Afghanistan is not an arms race

For the past two weeks I have been travelling continuously throughout the United States and France on what could best be described as a professional development tour.

DND Photo: Sgt. Craig Fiander
Canada borrowed M777 Howitzers from the US Marines in order to press them into immediate service in Kandahar.
Scott Taylor
Published: Wednesday, 05/12/2010 12:00 am EDT

For the past two weeks I have been travelling continuously throughout the United States and France on what could best be described as a professional development tour. The chockablock itinerary involved an extensive series of defence industry briefings combined with equipment demonstrations and production facility visits.

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