POSEIDON CUTLASS

Team members of the Maritime Tactical Operations Group (MTOG) train in Close Quarter Battle scenarios aboard HMCS Winnipeg during Poseidon Cutlass, June 7.

POSEIDON CUTLASS

Crewmembers from HMCS Winnipeg put tension on a line tethered to US Navy Ship Wally Schirra for a refuelling at sea during Poseidon Cutlass, June 11.

POSEIDON CUTLASS

Team members of the Maritime Tactical Operations Group (MTOG) currently aboard HMCS Winnipeg, pilot the Rigid Hulled Inflatable Boat during Poseidon Cutlass, on June 8.

POSEIDON CUTLASS

Crewmembers of HMCS Winnipeg monitor the condition of the ship from the machine control room during a damage control exercise as part of Poseidon Cutlass, May 26.

WPNS-DIVEX 2017

Members of the Royal Canadian Navy Fleet Diving Unit prepare to lift a sunken sailboat in Apra Harbor off the coast of Guam during the Western Pacific Naval Symposium Diving Exercise (WPNS-DIVEX) 2017, June 12.

WPNS-DIVEX 2017

Members of the Royal Canadian Navy Fleet Diving Unit transit the Apra Harbor off the coast of Guam during a salvage operation as part of the Western Pacific Naval Symposium Diving Exercise (WPNS-DIVEX) 2017, June 12.

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