In Photos: Fleet Diving Unit (Pacific) Diver Race

Divers celebrate in the waters of Esquimalt Harbour after the conclusion of the swimming portion of their unit’s first-ever Diver Race, Dec. 13.

In Photos: Fleet Diving Unit (Pacific) Diver Race

Divers from the Fleet Diving Unit Pacific are on their marks at the start line of the running portion of the first-ever Fleet Diving Unit (Pacific) Diver Race on Dec. 13.

In Photos: Christmas Ships Lighting

HMCS Vancouver is decorated for the holiday light displays at A Jetty, Her Majesty’s Canadian Dockyard, Dec. 22.

In Photos: Christmas Ships Lighting

HMCS Ottawa is decorated for the holiday light displays at A Jetty, Her Majesty’s Canadian Dockyard, Dec. 22.

In Photos: HMCS Nanaimo returns from Op CARIBBE

LS Sean Guiney, a cook onboard HMCS Nanaimo, shares a hug with his girlfriend Kristen Folk after the ship was arrived alongside, returning from an Operation Caribbe deployment on Dec. 15.

In Photos: HMCS Nanaimo returns from Op CARIBBE

HMCS Nanaimo comes alongside as it returns from an Operation Caribbe deployment, Dec. 15.

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