In Photos: Operation REASSURANCE

The CH-148 Cyclone helicopter, RAPTOR, flies alongside HMCS Toronto during flight operations in the Mediterranean Sea while deployed on Operation REASSURANCE, Jan. 28.

In Photos: Operation REASSURANCE

A Boatswain keeps watch as HMCS Toronto sails through the Strait of Gibraltar during Operation REASSURANCE, Jan. 28.

In Photos: Operation Presence – Mali

Operation Presence – Mali Task Force Commander Colonel Chris McKenna and Chief Warrant Officer Dan Baulne greet the incoming Task Force Commander Colonel Travis Morehen in Gao, Mali on Jan. 16.    

In Photos: Operation Reassurance

HMCS Toronto departs Halifax, Nova Scotia for a 6 month deployment on Operation Reassurance, Jan 19.

In Photos: Operation Reassurance

Ordinary Seaman Michael Powers, a Naval Electronic Sensor Operator onboard HMCS Toronto performs port lookout duties as part of a crash exercise Jan. 21.

In Photos: Operation Reassurance

Members of HMCS Toronto conduct small arms training on the ship’s flight deck Jan. 23.

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