Company Background

Fox-3 Strategic Advisors, Inc. has been in business for more than six years with clients that include: the Canadian Forces; the Canadian Forces College, Toronto, Ontario; General Electric, Crotonville, New York;  Calian Corporation, Kanata, Ontario; The Governance Network, Ottawa, Ontario; The Royal Military College, Kingston, Ontario as well as the Center for Civil Military Relations in Monterey, California.

The company’s focus has been on International Military Consulting, Strategic Planning, Leadership Development & Operational Risk Management.  As Fox-3 continues to grow, the focus will be on furthering engagement with corporate clients and solidifying our position as the “go to” consultancy for strategic planning and leadership development in the Greater Toronto Area.

The company’s name comes from the communication brevity code word associated with an active air-to-air missile launch and is used by fighter pilots in real life engagements or training.  An active missile will track the hostile target by relying on guidance from the host aircraft until the missile is close enough to use its own radar for active, terminal guidance and target destruction.

Fox-3 Strategic Advisors, Inc. will provide solutions to your organization with the same mindset as an active missile.  Once invited into your company and launched, we will zero in on the issues and challenges in your organization that are adversely affecting the efficient execution of your mission and help you correct or eliminate them. 

Please contact us to discuss how Fox-3 Strategic Advisors, Inc. can benefit your company.

North American Toll Free:  (800) 280-1807 or Email:

Jay's latest article on the U.S. Navy's 2005 tsunami relief efforts in Sumatra was just published in the November 2014 issue of the Smithsonian Institute's Air & Space Magazine.  You can read it here:

Here is the first in a series of "Polar Perspective" white papers on leadership and defense issues.  This one is on motivational techniques that worked on the Germany Army during its destruction at the end of World War II.  This paper is called, The Value of "Value".  Click here or on the image below to download the pdf file:


See Jay's article that was published in the August 2013 of Finance Monthly magazine at:

Updated 3 Oct 14