Haiti shows Air Force's gains, Navy's continuing problems

In the immediate aftermath of the disastrous earthquake in Haiti, the Canadian Forces have deservedly earned themselves glowing praise and have helped to inspire a sense of nationwide pride.

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With its new C-17 aircraft, the Air Force has moved forward from the military’s “decade of darkness,” but the crisis in Haiti has also served to illustrate the limitations of Canada’s Navy.
Scott Taylor
Published: Wednesday, 01/20/2010 12:00 am EST

In the immediate aftermath of the disastrous earthquake in Haiti, the Canadian Forces have deservedly earned themselves glowing praise and have helped to inspire a sense of nationwide pride.

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