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CANADIAN

MILITARY

JOURNAL

Vol. 11, No. 2, Spring 2011

National

Defence

Défense

nationale


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CONTENTS

3 EDITOR’S CORNER

4 VALOUR

SPECIAL FEATURE

7 The Canadian Forces in 2010 and 2011 –

Looking Back and Looking Forward

by General Walt Natynczyk

CANADIAN FORCES (CF) TRANSFORMATION

Cover

In All Our Sons Command

Painting by David Craig

12 Outside CF Transformation Looking In

by Allan English

ARCTIC STRATEGY

20 Towards a Canadian Forces

Arctic Operating Concept

by Tony Balasevicius

MILITARY HISTORY

The Canadian Forces

in 2010 and 2011 –

Looking Back and

Looking Forward

Outside CF

Transformation

Looking In

31 Vimy, April 1917:

The Birth of Which Nation?

by Jean Martin

38 Perpetual Interests…

The Admiralty Influence on

the Development of the Naval Service of Canada

by Mark Tunnicliffe

VIEWS AND OPINIONS

47 A Rejection of the Need for Warrior Scholars?

by Bernd Horn

53 “What is to be done?”

The Future of Canadian Second World War History

by Jack Granatstein

59 Philosophy and the Military

by Manon Turgeon

62 Acquiring Expertise on the Chinese Military

by Richard Desjardins

66 BOOK REVIEWS

Canadian Military Journal / Revue militaire canadienne is the official professional journal of the Canadian Forces and the Department of National

Defence. It is published quarterly under authority of the Minister of National Defence. Opinions expressed or implied in this publication are those

of the author, and do not necessarily represent the views of the Department of National Defence, the Canadian Forces, Canadian Military Journal,

or any agency of the Government of Canada. Crown copyright is retained. Articles may be reproduced with permission of the Editor, on condition

that appropriate credit is given to Canadian Military Journal. Each issue of the Journal is published simultaneously in print and electronic

versions; it is available on the Internet at www.journal.forces.gc.ca.

ISSN 1492-465X

Vol. 11, No. 2, Spring 2011 • Canadian Military Journal 1


How to Contact Us

Canadian Military Journal /

Revue militaire canadienne

Royal Military College of Canada

PO Box 17000, Station Forces

Kingston, Ontario K7K 7B4

Fax: (613) 541-6866

E-mail: cmj.rmc@forces.gc.ca

MILITARY

CANADIAN

JOURNAL

Editor-in-Chief

David L. Bashow

(613) 541-6000 ext. 6148

bashow-d@rmc.ca

www.journal.forces.gc.ca

Publication Manager

Kelli Mullally-Guérette

(613) 541-6000 ext. 6837

kelli.mullally-guerette@rmc.ca

Editorial Advisor

Michael Boire

Commentary

Martin Shadwick

Oversight Committee

Towards a Canadian

Forces Arctic

Operating Concept

Chairman

Major-General Daniel Gosselin, Commander, Canadian Defence Academy (CDA)

Members

Mr. David L. Bashow, Editor-in-Chief, CMJ

Dr. Joel Sokolsky, Principal, RMC

Colonel Jim Cottingham, representing CAS

Commander Hugues Canuel, representing CMS

Major Andrew Godefroy, representing DGLCD

Commodore William S. Truelove,

Commandant RMC

Colonel Bernd Horn, Chief of Staff LFDTS

Dr. Lawrence McDonough, Director Learning

and Innovation CDA

Commander Guy Phillips, Deputy Director

Military Law Centre CDA

Hanya Soliman, representing CDI

Vimy, April 1917:

The Birth of Which

Nation?

A Rejection of the

Need for Warrior

Scholars?

Editorial Board

Dr. Douglas Bland

Lieutenant-Colonel (ret’d) David Last

Chief Warrant Officer J.M. Chiasson

Dr. Chris Madsen

Lieutenant-Colonel Douglas Delaney

Dr. Sean Maloney

Dr. Rocky J. Dwyer

Professor Brian McKercher

Lieutenant-Colonel Michael Goodspeed

Dr. Paul Mitchell

Major John Grodzinski

Dr. Nezih Mrad

Dr. David Hall

Dr. Scot Robertson

Commander Greg Hannah

Professor Stéphane Roussel

Professor Michael Hennessy

Professor Elinor Sloan

Professor Hamish Ion

Colonel (ret’d) Randall Wakelam

Philippe Lagassé

NOTE TO READERS

As a bilingual journal, readers should take note that where citations in endnotes are translated from their

original language, we will use the abbreviation ‘TOQ’ at the end of the note to indicate that readers can find

the original citations in the other language version of the Journal.

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