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
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.
It is time to consider the importance of National Security in terms of ensuring that resources are available and ready.
National Security responsibilities now challenge the ‘whole of government’.