defence research and development canada
Drones could even the odds in the race for the Arctic.
Introducing 'ISIS Crisis': The Strategy Board Game the Canadian Military Could Use to Fight the Islamic State
A new report from the research wing of the Canadian military suggests that table-top board games could force military planners to think through their decisions in foreign intervention.
And it could help you, too.
As fears mount that artillery shells could pollute drinking water and contaminate soil, the Canadian military has developed cheap, green ammunition that could become the new standard.