Adam Chapnick is the deputy director of education at the Canadian Forces College, Toronto, and assistant professor of defence studies at the Royal Military College. He is the author of The Middle Power Project: Canada and the Founding of the United Nations (UBC Press, 2005). Craig Stone is the deputy director of academics at the Canadian Forces College, Toronto, and head of the Department of Defence Studies at the Royal Military College of Canada. Now retired, he served in the Canadian Armed Forces for over 30 years.
"Academic Writing for Military Personnel is a short, focused, useful book... a welcome addition to the reference library of anyone in uniform." -- Canadian Air Force Journal "Using the unique perspective they have gained from both their academic experience and their direct involvement in the professional development of senior officers, Adam Chapnick and Craig Stone have created an eminently readable and practical guide to academic writing for military personnel. In so doing, they have rendered an invaluable service to the development of these competencies within the current and future cohorts of senior military personnel." -- LtGen (ret'd) Fred Sutherland "The prescriptions for writing are clear, and the format and organization make great sense. This book will be a tremendous asset to all." -- MGen (ret'd) Ivan Fenton "In my former profession as an academic I read many books on academic writing over the years. This one ranks among the best." -- MGen (ret'd) Herb Petras