Centre for International and Defence Policy

Centre for International and Defence Policy
Centre for International and Defence Policy

CIDP Deputy Director Dr. Howard Coombs along with Shawn D. Bindon write for the Canadian Military Journal, entitled:

Serving the Nation’s Interests: Creating an Integrated and Agile Canadian Reserve Force

This succinct aspirational statement from Canada’s 2017 defence policy Strong, Secure, Engaged (SSE) lays out the future vision for Canada’s Reserve Force – an integrated and agile Reserve Force able to effectively and efficiently contribute to national security. This operational capability has three main components: (1) the service of part-time Reservists will produce full-time capability, (2) Reservists will be a cohesive and contributive part of the total force, and (3) sizable numbers of Reservists will be trained, readied, and equipped to take part in domestic or international operations, in many cases in areas where they may be the sole capability contributor.

Read more or download the publication here

source: http://www.journal.forces.gc.ca/cmj-article-en-page5.html

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