Jacqueline Chartier is a freelance writer and journalist. SHer academic credentials include a BA in English Literature from the University of Calgary and graduation from the Mount Royal College journalism school. She has always maintained a keen interest in Canadian military history and current affairs. Jacqueline’s feature articles and photojournalism have appeared in numerous publications.

Articles by this writer

July 2009  |  Magazine

The future of Canada’s North and the issue of Arctic sovereignty have become more pressing than ever. Joint Task Force North and 1 CRPG are tasked with overseeing this vast land. Protecting national sovereignty over the Arctic territory requires a presence at sea, in the air, and on the ground.

March 2009  |  Magazine

With a mandate to protect the public, the environment, and security interests, the USCG has been testing its new Ocean Sentry planes in real life SAR.

July 2008  |  Magazine

In a theatre of war, soldiers, sailors, airmen and air women are required to function in a volatile and relentlessly unforgiving environment. Evidence shows the mission is beginning to take a growing physical and psychological toll.