Gary H. Rice
Gary H. Rice, SMStJ., C.D., PCSC. (Colonel, Ret'd) served in the Canadian Army Active, Regular and Reserve Forces, RCCS, RCAMC, and in the Canadian Forces in regimental, training, operations, command, and staff appointments in Canada, Norway and North West Europe, advancing from private to warrant officer to colonel. A citizen of Canada and the United States he is a graduate of the first Canadian Forces Command and Staff College course, the United States Inter-Agency Institute Advanced Training Program, a member of the Association of the United States Army, and a former Deputy Commandant and Chief Instructor CFMS Training Centre, CO 1st Canadian Field Hospital, Senior Administrator National Defence Medical Centre, Director Medical Administration and Resources and Head of Medical Operations and Plans NDHQ. As a continuing student of foreign affairs and the profession of arms he has since 9/11 independently worked to strengthen Canada's defence structure. Some of his recent published works being: Securing Our Sovereignty (A Green Paper On Canada's Future Defence Requirements), The Conference of Defence Associations Institute's Vimy Paper 2007, Defence Requirements for Canada's Arctic, Chapter 4 - Intrusion Scenarios, and the Netherlands based pro-EU and pro-Atlantic think tank Cicero Foundation's Lectures On Line:"Is NATO "To Be Or Not to Be."