BGen (ret) DON MacNAMARA
Defence Analyst

Retired from the Royal Canadian Air Force at the rank of Brigadier-General after 37 years, Don Macnamara is a renowned specialist in national & international security affairs. On retirement he joined the faculty of Queen’s University School of Business for 20 years. He is a past-president of the CDAI, a member of the Air Command Advisory Council, and Chair of the Royal Military College of Canada Board of Governors.

Articles by this writer

March 2016  |  Magazine, Magazine

The most important obligation of Government is the security of the country, its sovereignty and the safety and well-being of its citizens. It is the one constant responsibility that should never require public demand before appropriate action is taken. 

November 2013  |  Magazine

It is time to consider the importance of National Security in terms of ensuring that resources are available and ready.

November 2010  |  Magazine

National Security responsibilities now challenge the ‘whole of government’.