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
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.
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.
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.