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ABOUT FRONTLINE

FrontLine Defence offers a forum for intelligent analysis of issues relating to Canada's military services. Informative articles written by leaders in these sectors are combined with candid interviews, opinion pieces; equipment news and reviews, and balanced assessments by outside experts.

FrontLine reaches senior personnel in defence, security and enforcement agencies across Canada. These include the Canadian Forces, the Department of National Defence, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the Canadian Coast Guard, Border Services, and the Correctional Service of Canada. It is also delivered to senior executives of major OEMs and suppliers to the defence and aerospace sectors.

FrontLine also reaches frontline troops in foreign missions around the world – both in print and online.

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We look forward to hearing your views. If you would like to submit a commentary on any topic related to the military, send us an email or call.

EDITORIAL STAFF

Editor-in-Chief
Chris MacLean began her magazine career in 1976 as Art Director with Canadian Review magazine (published by E. Graydon Carter, now the Editor of Vanity Fair). Chris' fascination with defence topics began in the late 1970s, with her work on DND's Sentinel magazine, and she later worked on other DND publications with DDDS-7-2. She managed departments for private companies in Ottawa before seizing an opportunity to return to the magazine world. As Managing Editor and finally General Manager of Vanguard magazine, she steadily developed the business from 1998 until the untimely passing of the publisher (her mentor) in 2003. Not wanting to let such a talented pool of experts dissipate, Chris then took on the challenge of establishing Canada's FrontLine magazine, which quickly took the lead in the defence and homeland security sectors. FrontLine offers balanced, non-partisan content related to military procurement, operations and requirements, through analyses, commentary, and articles by trusted writers and insiders.

 

EDITORIAL ADVISORS

War Studies
Retiring as a Brigadier-General after a 35 year military career, Jim Cox has since pursued advanced national security and defence intelligence studies at the Royal Military College of Canada, where he is currently a PhD candidate in War Studies. Prior to becoming associated with FrontLine magazines, he was the Executive Secretary of the Canadian Association for Security and Intelligence Studies (CASIS).

Navy
Richard Gimblett's previous experience in the Canadian Navy led to his current role as historian and defence policy analyst. He served at sea in the Persian Gulf in 1991 and subsequently co-authored the official Canadian account of that conflict. Later, he helped to develop Leadmark: The Navy's Strategy for 2020. He is a Research Fellow with the Centre for Foreign Policy Studies at Dalhousie University, and is Vice-President of the Cdn Nautical Research Society.

Military
Brett Boudreau served with the Canadian military for 28 years, mainly in the field of public affairs. He retired as a Colonel, having worked with the UN (on four assignments with NATO) and with the Privy Council Office. In 2009 he established a successful policy and consulting firm advising Government, business association and private sector clients, and is now based in London, UK. Brett holds an M.A. in Public Administration, is on the Board of Directors for the Conference of Defence Associations Institute, and is a Freeman of the UK Guild of Public Relations Practitioners.