Naval Editor

Dr Richard Gimblett is a respected naval historian and defence policy analyst with previous experience in the Canadian Navy. He served at sea in the Persian Gulf in 1991 and subsequently co-authored the official Canadian account of that conflict. Later, he helped to develop Leadmark: The Navy's Strategy for 2020. He is a Research Fellow with the Centre for Foreign Policy Studies at Dalhousie University.

Articles by this writer

July 2005  |  Magazine

The most ambitious, Canadian-led, multinational, naval-air exercise of its kind since the mid-1990s Exercise Trident Fury is providing an excellent opportunity to assess the state of Canada’s Navy and interoperability with the U.S. Navy.

July 2004  |  Magazine

The recent efforts of the Canadian Navy in the Global War against Terrorism in the Arabian Sea.

May 2004  |  Magazine

It has been the fullest two years of Canadian naval activity since the end of the Korean War, and the lessons are legion.