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CPO2 Lesperance and Cdr Montgomery direct personnel in using of the contents of an Emergency Response Container near building D-100 in dockyard during the Great B.C. Shakeout Exercise on October 16.
Royal Canadian Navy sailors standing sentry prepare to take their first post, at the National War Memorial and Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Ottawa.
Royal Canadian Navy sailors standing sentry take their first post at the National War Memorial and Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Ottawa, Ontario.
Cpl Jean-Christophe Boivin-Couillard from 2nd Canadian Division, is lifted up by members of his unit for winning the Queen’s Medal for Champion Shot (Regular Force) at the Canadian Armed Forces Small Arms Concentration.
Competitors take part in the finals during the Canadian Armed Forces Small Arms Concentration held at Connaught Range in Nepean, Ontario last month.
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Rescuing oil-slicked animals and birds is now a skillset of a few base employees. To ensure they can do the job, 10 people from Port Operation and Emergency Services (POESB), Fleet Maintenance Facility, and the Coast Guard took the First Responder Oiled Animal Capture course with Focus Wildlife Canada last week. Standing in for the […]
In-between playing gigs at numerous events, the Naden Band of the Royal Canadian Navy has been laying down tracks for a new CD.The album, titled “Snapshots of Excellence”, focuses on the Naden Band’s smaller ensembles. “Most people are used to seeing the band all together at events, or at Christmas time,” says Lt(N) Matthew Clark, […]
Staff at Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Site is providing people a window into the lives and relationships of a Bella Coola family from a century ago. Each day, using social media, they have released letters sent by brothers Ed and Fred Grant to their sister Belle in Victoria during their service in the First […]