Master Corporal Richard MacDonald, aboard the bridge of HMCS Charlottetown, while patrolling the Mediterranean Sea during Op Reassurance, Dec. 12.


The Air Department aboard HMCS Charlottetown stows their Sea King helicopter at the end of a flying mission during Op Reassurance, Dec. 11.


Leading Seaman Gabriel Hounsell, member of the Force Protection Team of HMCS Charlottetown, stands vigilant as the ship comes alongside in Pireaus, Greece, during Op Reassurance, Dec. 3.


HMCS Charlottetown, currently deployed to the Eastern Mediterranean to increase Allied Maritime Situational Awareness as part of Standing NATO Maritime Group 1 (SNMG1), steams near a Russian Federation Navy Soobrazitelnyy (531), Dec. 8.


The Air Detachment of HMCS Charlottetown stows the flight deck as the ship prepares to come alongside in Pireaus, Greece during Op Reassurance, Dec. 3.

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