RCN deploys team to Ukraine for SEA BREEZE 2017
Jul11

RCN deploys team to Ukraine for SEA BREEZE 2017

A team of 14 divers, support staff and staff officers from Fleet Diving Unit Atlantic and Maritime Forces Atlantic has been deployed by the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) to SEA BREEZE 2017. Being led by the United States and Ukraine Navies, SEA BREEZE 2017 (SB17) is a multinational training event that is taking place in Odessa, Ukraine from July...

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CAE celebrates 70 years of innovation
Jul10

CAE celebrates 70 years of innovation

As a global leader in training for the civil aviation, defence and security, and healthcare markets, CAE is continuing to help define global training standards through its innovative virtual-to-live training solutions. These solutions make flying safer, maintain defence force readiness and enhance patient safety. With 8,000 employees, 160 sites and training locations in over 35 countries, CAE trains more...

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EP 54: Interview with Lee Obst, Rockwell Collins Canada
Jun06

EP 54: Interview with Lee Obst, Rockwell Collins Canada

In this show, you’ll hear from Lee Obst, President and Managing Director at Rockwell Collins Canada. Terri Pavelic, Editor-in-Chief of Vanguard spoke with Lee a few days ago during their open house event in Ottawa.     Rockwell Collins is multinational company headquartered in Cedar Rapids, Iowa providing avionics and information technology systems and services to governmental agencies and...

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Putting the Human Back in Human Performance Enhancement
May09

Putting the Human Back in Human Performance Enhancement

By Stéfanie von Hlatky and H. Christian Breede The idea that technology is advancing quickly is at once an understatement and cliché. However, it also happens to be true. Books, articles, lectures, policies and speeches for decades have made reference to the rapid pace of technological innovation. Concepts like accelerators, disruptors, ingenuity gaps and complexity have been used to...

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Developing the Super Soldier
May08

Developing the Super Soldier

Maintaining a competitive advantage on the battlefield not only requires sound military strategy and weaponry, but also a consistently high degree of performance by soldiers, who are increasingly operating in multidimensional roles. In getting to that point, leaders within the defence sector are looking to develop super soldiers – individuals who can adapt quickly to the changing dynamics of...

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One soldier dead, three others injured in training
Apr26

One soldier dead, three others injured in training

Investigators are looking into a training accident Tuesday morning at the Canadian Forces Base Wainright in Alberta that has resulted in the death of an army sergeant and injuring of three other soldiers. Sgt. Robert J. Dynerowicz of the Royal Canadian Dragoons based in Petawawa, Ont., was killed when the light armoured vehicle he was riding rolled over during...

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