In Photos: Op REASSURANCE

HMCS Charlottetown, currently deployed to the Eastern Mediterranean to increase Allied Maritime Situational Awareness as part of Standing NATO Maritime Group 1 (SNMG1), steams near a Russian Federation Navy Soobrazitelnyy (531), Dec. 8.

In Photos: Op REASSURANCE

The Air Detachment of HMCS Charlottetown stows the flight deck as the ship prepares to come alongside in Pireaus, Greece during Op Reassurance, Dec. 3.

In Photos: Op CARIBBE

Crewmembers prepare HMCS Moncton to depart Jamaica on Nov. 19.

In Photos: Op CARIBBE

A sailor of HMCS Moncton talks with kids at a local school in Montego Bay, Jamaica on Nov. 16.

In Photos: Op REASSURANCE

The Canadian Naval Ensign is raised as HMCS Charlottetown comes alongside in Souda Bay, Greece, during Operation Reassurance, Nov. 17.

In Photos: Plouescat Cemetery

A poppy on a grave marker at Plouescat Cemetery on Sept. 18. The cemetery contains the remains of members from HMCS Athabaskan.

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