Books

Log 50th Anniversary. The tales, anecdotes, salty dips and rumoured to be true stories from those who served.

By LCol Mike Hendrigan, CD (Retired) Here is a humorous book about Logistics over the decades as told by those who were there (or not, as the case may be).

10 Greatest Supply Chain Management Books of All Time

In the dynamic supply chain environment, people have to make the quick and decisive actions against various issues. This can only be achieved by the knowledge and skills of the… Read More

Book Review: What the Thunder Said

This book is somewhat unique in the emerging canon of history of the Canadian engagement in Afghanistan, in that it focuses on logistics support to Task Force Orion from the… Read More

Book Review: Afghanistan: A Canadian Story

Afghanistan: A Canadian Story is a book that will serve as an Afghan mission legacy album and offer readers a chronological compilation of personal stories and photos from some 150… Read More

Recommended Reading List

To the Thunderer His Arms: The Royal Canadian Ordnance Corps; William F. Rennie; W.F. Rennie, ┬áLincoln, ON, 1984 (A history of the Royal Canadian Ordnance Corps) Wait for the Waggon:… Read More