Operation REASSURANCE

The Commanding officer of HMCS Charlottetown, Commander Andrew Hingston (center right) delivers a rules of engagement brief during Op Reassurance Sept. 17.

Exercise CUTLASS FURY

Ships involved with Exercise Cutlass Fury gather in formation, led by the U.S. Ship Perry and HMCS Fredericton Sept. 18.

Exercise CUTLASS FURY

HMCS Windsor participates in Exercise Cutlass Fury Sept. 18.

His Royal Highness

His Royal Highness Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, inspects the honour guard at the British Columbia Legislature Building on the first day of his tour of Western Canada, Sept. 24.

Exercise CUTLASS FURY

Brigadier-General The Honourable John James Grant CMM,ONS,CD (Ret’d) Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia and Rear-Admiral John Newton salute the ships as they depart Halifax for Exercise Cutlass Fury Sept. 12.

Exercise CUTLASS FURY

HMCS Fredericton lead the sail pass followed fby USS Bulkeley and USS Gonzalez has they head out to sea to begin the at-sea phase of Exercise Cutlass Fury Sept. 12.

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