In Photos: 2018 Imjin Classic

The Imjin Classic 2018 was held to commemorate the 65th anniversary of the end of the Korean War and pay homage to the competitive spirit of the PyeongChang Winter Olympics, Jan. 19, 2018

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.

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    Darlene Blakeley, Navy Public Affairs Ottawa ~ Family and friends watched as HMCS  St. John’s, covered in a thin layer of fresh snow, left the jetty Jan. 16 on its six-month deployment. HMCS St. John’s left for the Mediterranean Sea on Operation Reassurance, the Canadian Armed Forces’ contribution to NATO assurance and deterrence measures in Central […]

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    Peter Mallett, Staff Writer ~ Rear-Admiral Art McDonald made a career move earlier this month when he temporarily left his command at Maritime Forces Pacific to become a “Dental Care Program Clerk For a Day”. The Admiral was “won” in the “You’re The Boss” special auction by the Dental Unit, with monies raised going to […]

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    PSP ~ As of Jan. 22, Personnel Support Programs (PSP) will no longer be accepting drop-in participants for FORCE testing. FORCE testing, unlike other CAF Fitness Evaluations, is not conducive to allowing drop-ins due to the evaluation protocol.  Rest times set by FORCE testing protocol are stretched when there are more people than what PSP […]

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