Canadian Military Intelligence: Operations and Evolution from the October Crisis to the War in Afghanistan (Paperback)
Canadian intelligence has moved from the periphery to become increasingly central to the operations of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF). Drawing upon a range of documents and interviews with participants in specific operations, this book provides an inside perspective on how the Canadian military intelligence enterprise has supported CAF operations.
David A. Charters is a senior fellow of the Milton F.Gregg Centre for the Study of War and Society and a retired professor of military history, both at the University of New Brunswick. He coauthored Kandahar Tour: The Turning Point in Canada's Afghan Mission.