Interim AOR unveiled at ceremony in Quebec

– The Royal Canadian Navy’s (RCN) interim Auxiliary Oiler Replenishment ship was unveiled to the public in its nearly-completed state during an open house at Davie Shipbuilding’s Quebec shipyard on July 21, 2017.

WiFi is coming!

– The Royal Canadian Navy is working towards having WiFi available across the fleet of Halifax-class frigates and maritime coastal defence vessels.

AOPS and JSS in-service support contract award announced

– The contract for inservice support, including refit, repair, maintenance, and training for the Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ships (AOPS) and Joint Support Ships (JSS) was awarded August 17.

Reservists experience POSEIDON CUTLASS 17 on HMCS Ottawa

– Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship Ottawa will return shortly to Esquimalt after POSEIDON CUTLASS 17, a five-month deployment in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region.

Mega-blocks rollout for future HMCS Harry DeWolf

– The Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ship project has moved the future HMCS Harry DeWolf‘s first two of three mega-blocks from inside the Halifax Shipyard’s Assembly and Ultra Hall facility to the exterior land level construction point.

Major milestone for the Navalized Nanuk Remotely Controlled Weapon Station

– A Director General Maritime Equipment Program Management project team reached a major milestone when a successful Sea Acceptance Trial (SAT) was conducted onboard HMCS Goose …

Clearance divers head to Caribbean

– By Peter Mallett Two diving personnel from Fleet Diving Unit (Pacific) are heading to the Caribbean at the end of May to take part in …

Keel-laying ceremony for HMCS Margaret Brooke marks a shipbuilding milestone

– The traditional keel-laying ceremony for the second of the Royal Canadian Navy’s six future Harry DeWolf Class Arctic and Offshore Patrol Vessels, HMCS Margaret Brooke, …

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