HMCS Ottawa: Part Ship’s Hands is formed up, ready to come alongside Manila, Philippines.

TOUR de ROCK 2017

Presentation of the 2017 Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock team, May 5.


HMCS Ottawa’s Combat System Engineers department performs maintenance on the Closed-In Weapon System.


A helo from the Prairial prepares to take off from HMCS Ottawa’s flight deck.


A member of la Marine National uses the big eyes to view her ship from HMCS Ottawa.


Left to right: Incoming Commander RCSU(P), Cdr Brad Henderson; Commander National Cadet and Junior Canadian Rangers Support Group, BGen Kelly Woiden; and outgoing Commander RCSU(P), Cdr David Coulombe sign the Change of Command certificates on May 1.

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