Sea King

A new king takes flight

Following the Sea King’s farewell, there’s a flashy new naval helicopter reporting for duty

Long live the King

Before You Go: Chris Inchley spent thousands of hours on Sea Kings, the military helicopters that served Canada for 55 years. He piloted the final Sea King flight in service to Canada.

We’ve given up on Canada’s military, so let’s abandon it altogether

We could save billions we’d otherwise spend on duct tape for our fleets and squadrons. We could keep some soldiers for disaster response—but they don’t need guns

Military procurement is a national disgrace

The term “aging Sea King” is a decades-old joke in Canada. Dramatic change is needed.