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    Why the Canadian Forces need big iron

    Canadian infantry and medical personnel disembark a Chinook helicopter on the United Nations base in Gao, Mali, in December 2018. The Canadian Press/Adrian Wyld

    OTTAWA — When Ron Lloyd thinks about how the Canadian military could be using big-data analytics, he imagines a young sailor nearing the end of a gruelling series of on-and-off watches in the middle of the ocean.

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