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.

In Photos: Operation PROJECTION

Lieutenant Commander Gautreau, Executive Officer on board HMCS Vancouver, talks with a member of the Rapid Attack Team during an emergency stations training exercise during Operation PROJECTION Asia Pacific, May 23.

In Photos: Operation PROJECTION

The “Battle Ensign” of the Royal Canadian Navy blows in the wind on board HMCS Vancouver as the ship prepares to enter Singapore during Operation Projection Asia Pacific, May 16.

In Photos: Operation REASSURANCE

Lt(N) Stephanie Maxim (right) and SLt Derek Frank perform Officers of the Watch duties on the bridge of HMCS St. John’s during Exercise Joint Warrior as part of Operation Reassurance, May 2.

In Photos: Operation REASSURANCE

Crewmembers on board HMCS St. John’s participate in a physical fitness class on the flight deck led by Personnel Support Program (PSP) Fitness instructor, Keira Lee, during Operation Reassurance, May 15.

In Photos: Operation PROJECTION

HMCS Vancouver pulls into the jetty as it arrives at the port of Singapore after its transit from Hong Kong, on Operation Projection Asia Pacific, May 16.

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