It is with much regret that I inform you of the death on 3rd April of Dr Jean Martin. Jean suffered a heart attack while jogging. Born in Alma, Quebec in 1956, Jean graduated from
There’s been a great deal in the media recently on the use of tunnels across the MENA region. Here are a few of the most recent links that I’ve published via social media: Iraqi News
I have the great pleasure of congratulating our President, Cdr (Dr) Hennie Smit on the completion of his PhD degree. Cdr (Dr) Smit is a lecturer in Military Geography at the South African Military Academy.
Disputed Earth: Geology and the Western Front, 1914–1918 Guest Posting from Prof Peter Doyle, Profdoyle@btinternet.com www.peterdoylemilitaryhistory.com @profpeterdoyle Peter Doyle is a geologist and military historian who specialises in the understanding of military terrain, with reference to
For more than a decade now, Israel has clashed with Hamas in Gaza, in cycles of violence defined by periods of intense fighting followed by relative lulls. A new report (LINK) from the RAND Corporation
Presented at the Capitalism and Morality Symposium, Vancouver, B.C., July 29, 2017, by Michael S. “Mickey” Fulp, MSc, CPG. Mickey is a Certified Professional Geologist with a BSc Earth Sciences with honor from the University
A very informative article on terrorism in Europe over the past 46 years. Goes to show that we’ve been through worse, albeit that the current threat is very different. https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/world/a-history-of-terrorism-in-europe/?hpid=hp_no-name_graphic-story-b%3Ahomepage%2Fstory