In Photos: Raven Graduation

Metis members of the Raven program receive ceremonial sashes to wear on parade during their graduation ceremony at Work Point on Aug. 13.

In Photos: Raven Graduation

40 graduating members of the Raven program received their basic military qualification at Work Point on Aug. 13.

IN PHOTOS: HMCS Ottawa deploys

On August 6, HMCS Ottawa and its crew embarked on a five-month deployment to the Asia-Pacific region on Operation PROJECTION and Operation NEON. 

IN PHOTOS: Raven Recruits on board HMCS Nanaimo

Recruits from the Raven program got a taste of life at sea during a day sail on board HMCS Nanaimo July 29.

IN PHOTOS: Raven Recruits on board HMCS Nanaimo

Recruits from the Raven program got a taste of life at sea during a day sail on board HMCS Nanaimo July 29.

IN PHOTOS: Raven Recruits on board HMCS Nanaimo

Recruits from the Raven program got a taste of life at sea during a day sail on board HMCS Nanaimo July 29.

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