In Photos: 75th Anniversary of D-Day

D-Day veterans are joined by Gen (Retired) Walter Natynczyk, Deputy Minister Veterans Affairs (left) during the ceremony held at Point Pleasant Park, Halifax NS, on June 5.

In Photos: 75th Anniversary of D-Day

Members of a Canadian military contingent rest on their arms reversed during the 75th anniversary of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy ceremony held at Juno Beach, France on June 6.

In Photos: Exercise TRADEWINDS 2019

AB Lindsay Johnston (left) and MS Rebecca O’Connor (right), members of HMCS Goose Bay teach the Haitian Ship Riders how to drive the Rigid Hulled Inflatable Boat during Exercise TRADEWINDS 2019 on June 6.

In Photos: Operation PROJECTION

HMCS Regina’s CH-148 Cyclone helicopter BRONCO dries on the flight deck after a cleaning during Operation PROJECTION in the Indian Ocean on June 4.

In Photos: Operation PROJECTION

Able Seamen Del Edwards of HMCS Regina’s crew helps clean the exterior of the ship during Operation PROJECTION in the Indian Ocean on May 31.

In Photos: HMCS Calgary Change of Command ceremony

HMCS Calgary Change of Command certificates are signed. R-L: Cdr Ryan Saltel, outgoing Commanding Officer; Cmdre Angus Topshee, Commander of Canadian Fleet Pacific, and Cdr Jonathan Kouwenberg, Incoming Commanding Officer.

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