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The Canadian Navy tender YAG 320 LYNX transiting through Cordova channel in British Columbia gulf islands.    The 300 Class YAG's vessels have been the workhorse of the training units on the west coast for over 20 years.    These vessels have been heavily used by the Naval Officers Training Center NOTC VENTURE, the Naval Reserve and the Royal Canadian Sea cadets.    These vessels are being replaced on a one for one basis as the new ORCA class PCT's become operational.

The Canadian Navy tender YAG 320 LYNX transiting through Cordova channel in British Columbia gulf islands. The 300 Class YAG's vessels have been the workhorse of the training units on the west coast for over 20 years. These vessels have been heavily used by the Naval Officers Training Center NOTC VENTURE, the Naval Reserve and the Royal Canadian Sea cadets. These vessels are being replaced on a one for one basis as the new ORCA class PCT's become operational.

HMCS Mayflower, circa 1942. Honours and awards: Atlantic 1941-43; Normandy 1944…

HMCS Mayflower, circa 1942. Honours and awards: Atlantic 1941-43; Normandy 1944…

HMCS William. A concept design of one of the new Arctic/Offshore Patrol ships that will be built in Halifax as part of the Irving Shipbuilding contract.

New Arctic patrol ship named William Hall after Victoria Cross winner

HMCS William. A concept design of one of the new Arctic/Offshore Patrol ships that will be built in Halifax as part of the Irving Shipbuilding contract.

BRAS D'OR (FHE 400) The vessel was originally built from 1960 to 1967 for the Royal Canadian Navy, as a project for the testing of anti-submarine warfare technology on an ocean-going hydrofoil. A combined Anglo-Canadian study (RCN and British Admiralty) into the use of hydrofoils for anti-submarine work and coastal patrol craft began post Second World War

BRAS D'OR (FHE 400) The vessel was originally built from 1960 to 1967 for the Royal Canadian Navy, as a project for the testing of anti-submarine warfare technology on an ocean-going hydrofoil. A combined Anglo-Canadian study (RCN and British Admiralty) into the use of hydrofoils for anti-submarine work and coastal patrol craft began post Second World War

Canadian Navy Frigate HMCS Algonquin DDG-283 Pearl Harbor July 29, 2010 - 8 x 10" Photograph

Canadian Navy Frigate HMCS Algonquin DDG-283 Pearl Harbor July 29, 2010 - 8 x 10" Photograph

PEARL HARBOR (July The Canadian navy Iroquios-class guided missile destroyer HMCS Algonquin (DDG returns to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam after participating in Rim of the Pacific (RIM

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