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Lecture 3

Management and Organizational Studies 1022F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Humanitarian Aid, Canadian Expeditionary Force Command, Disaster Assistance Response Team


Department
Management and Organizational Studies
Course Code
MOS 1022F/G
Professor
Suzanne Kearns
Lecture
3

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Military Aviation
Modern history of Canada’s air force
2009 = 85th anniversary
1964, Pearson passed bill c-90 to integrate CF under one chief of defence staff
oLack of unification
Save money
1966, changes were implemented with bill c-243, the Canadian forces reorganization act
Unification = not successful
oResistance among old branches
oFinancial savings never materialized
Shift back in 1975
oAir command created to restore structure to RCAF activities
1986 – blue uniforms back
1997 – RCAF consolidated its aviation groups under a single command and control group
called 1 Canadian air division
Domestic and international operations
Deployable force = 24k
Several commands
oCEFCOM – Canadian expeditionary force command
oCANSOFCOM – Canadian spec ops forces command
oCanada COM – Canada command
oCANOSCOM – Canadian operational support command
Provides national level support to domestic and international problems
Military police, etc…
Airspace surveillance and control
North American aerospace defence command (NORAD)
oPartnership between US and Canada
oProvides defensive intelligence
oControls and warns of attack of airspace overlying north America
Peacekeeping
Falls between
oNegotiation and mediation as a peaceful method of resolving disputes
oForceful action
Missions include
oMaintain cease fire
oStabilize situation
oHR monitoring
oDisarmament
oReintegration of combatants
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