In Photos: Operation PROJECTION

Crewmembers from HMCS Vancouver are lowered into the water for a man overboard exercise during Operation Projection Asia-Pacific in the South Pacific Ocean, June 9.

In Photos: Operation PROJECTION

The crew of HMCS Vancouver forms up in line as the ship arrives to the port of Cairns, Australia during Operation Projection Asia Pacific, June 4.

In Photos: Operation PROJECTION

Members of the Naval Security Team (NST) come alongside a Naval Fijian Patrol Vessel while deployed in Suva, Fiji during Operation Projection on June 7.

In Photos: Exercise TRADEWINDS 18

PO1 Evan Beaton, a Canadian Armed Forces Clearance diver, observes during Exercise Tradewinds 18 at the Royal Bahamas Defense Force base in Nassau, Bahamas, June 4.

In Photos: Operation REASSURANCE

Canadian Armed Forces members pose for a group photo on the flight deck for Canada Day on board HMCS St. John’s during Operation Reassurance in the Mediterranean Sea, May 28.

In Photos: Operation PROJECTION

LS Reves and LS Hofing operate the .50 caliber Heavy Machine Gun on board HMCS Vancouver as the ship prepares to enter Singapore during Operation Projection Asia Pacific, May 16.

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