In Photos: Operation PROJECTION

Commander Christopher Nucci (left), Commanding Officer of HMCS Vancouver, talks with Sub Lieutenant Lefervre from Her Majesty’s Australian Ship Adelaide, as HMAS Melbourne cruises by in the background during Operation Projection, June 21.

In Photos: Operation PROJECTION

Her Majesty’s Australian Ship Success (left) and Her Majesty’s New Zealand Ship Te Mana (right) conduct Replenishment at Sea drills during Operation Projection, June 19.

In Photos: Operation PROJECTION

CPO2 Chad Horne communicates with Her Majesty’s Australian Ship Success during a Replenishment at Sea (RAS) during Operation Projection Asia Pacific in the South Pacific Ocean, June 19.

In Photos: Operation PROJECTION

A Sea Sprite helicopter from Her Majesty’s New Zealand Ship Te Mana is secured to the flight deck of HMCS Vancouver during Operation Projection Asia Pacific in the South Pacific Ocean on June 19.

In Photos: Operation PROJECTION

Leading Seaman LS Narozanski (right) provides direction as HMCS Vancouver begins a Replenishment at Sea with Her Majesty’s Australian Ship Success during Operation Projection Asia Pacific, June 19.

In Photos: Operation PROJECTION

Crewmembers of Her Majesty’s Australian Ship Success signal to the crew of HMCS Vancouver during a Replenishment at Sea during Operation Projection Asia Pacific, June 19.

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