Fb2 The Politics of Procurement: Military Acquisitions in Canada and the Sea King Helicopter ePub
|Category:||Politics and Government|
|Publisher:||UBC Press (December 18, 2009)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1399 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1738 kb|
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The Politics of Procurement book. As of 2009, it is still unknown when the Sea King's replacement will arrive in Canada
The Politics of Procurement book. As of 2009, it is still unknown when the Sea King's replacement will arrive in Canada. A fascinating saga of politics playing havoc with military procurement, The Politics of Procurement is for anyone interested in Canadian military history, civil-military relations, or the roles of the government and the military in weapons acquisition.
The Politics of Procurement: Military Acquisitions in Canada and the Sea King Helicopter. History of Medicine in the Early . Navy (Johns Hopkins University Press). Primary Source Materials, Reference Works, and Guide Books.
The Politics of Procurement: Military Acquisition in Canada and the Sea King Helicopter. Worth reading to understand how much Canada would benefit if its leaders confounded voters and actually took the high road. Throughout Canadian history, the story of defence procurement has more often than not been characterized by massive inefficiency and waste. Exactly why this should be so is rarely looked at outside specialist circles, which makes a brief and very readable book by Queen’s University political scientist Kim Richard Nossal worth noting. An engaging and interesting read.
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The Politics of Procurement should be read by all those interested in civil-military relations and the military . 1 Procurement in Canada: A Brief History. 2 Early Helicopter Operations: The Exploration of a New Capability. 3 The Procurement of the Sea King: Slow but Solid
The Politics of Procurement should be read by all those interested in civil-military relations and the military profession. Craig Stone, Department of Defence Studies, Canadian Forces College. Selected as one of Embassy’s Top 20 reads of 2010. The best book yet on what’s wrong with Canada’s military procurement system using the Maritime Helicopter Project as a case study. 3 The Procurement of the Sea King: Slow but Solid. 4 The Sea King in Canada: Time Is the Enemy of Us All. From 1984 to 2016, he was the Ernest J. King Professor of Maritime History at the United States Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island.
CANADA Aaron Plamondon, a historian at Mount Royal University in Calgary, says the .
Sea King helicopters' golden anniversary: 50 years of adventures, mishaps. Aaron Plamondon, a historian at Mount Royal University in Calgary, says the anniversary is a date that should concern Canadians because there is no replacement ready to take over for the aging aircraft. The helicopter purchase was announced in the fall of 1962, and the first aircraft - Sea Kings 4001 and 4002 - flew to Canadian Forces Base Shearwater on the outskirts of Halifax on Aug. 1, 1963. Gordon Gray, one of the first pilots, said he was awed by their capabilities.
MILitary history The Politics of Procurement Military Acquisitions in Canada and the Sea King Helicopter .
MILitary history The Politics of Procurement Military Acquisitions in Canada and the Sea King Helicopter Aaron Plamondon. The procurement of military weapons and equipment. It will be of interest to students Aaron Plamondon teaches and practitioners of public policy and political science military history at the University and a resource for anyone seeking information on of Calgary and Mount Royal defence spending in Canada.
Major military procurement has always been a fraught process, prone to delays and cost over-runs, not just here but around the world. But Canada’s decades-long record of botched purchasing is remarkable by any standard, from the disgraceful saga of its decrepit Sea King helicopter fleet to the ill-conceived purchase of four discount submarines from Britain. Sadly, a new low was reached last year when the procurement process appears to have been deliberately slowed for partisan political gain