"James Steven Lucas", Order of Military Merit (Canada)/CMM, Canadian Forces Decoration/CD (born 24 February 1952) is a retired Canadian air force general who was Commander of the Royal Canadian Air Force/Chief of the Air Staff in Canada from 2005 to 2007.

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We've had problems with the dam for years.

People look to these things as what's allowed.

A year ago, we were in our 15th year of survival, ... Each year we had a little bit less. This year we have a vision for the future and we have the resources that are being laid out over a number of years to achieve that vision.

That's a good feather in her cap and is great for her. She definitely deserves it. She's worked hard and has gotten better every year. She holds onto the ball well so there aren't a lot of second chances, and she's a great shot stopper. Those are the two main things that you've got to do.

That's been a problem for us. We have trouble finishing. We were bad in the first half, better in the second half, but we're going to have to make some decisions on who is in and who is out (of the lineup).

Not too many people can say they love their work, but I could, ... I got a lot of satisfaction out of helping people. I really enjoyed it when they saw me coming and they'd go: 'Here comes the rat man!'

Hawaii has played tough teams and we know they will be very good. We're doing a good job defensively, but we're trying to find a rhythm on offense.

All that stuff we went through (in preseason) doesn't really mean anything. There are a lot of unknowns and everybody is 0-0.

Postseason play is always our goal. And just because the WAC Tournament is here doesn't mean we're in it. There's that added pressure of making it.