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  • Pacific Vanguard

    HMCS Vancouver represents Canada at Exercise Pacific Vanguard 2022

    Lt(N) Michelle Scott, HMCS Vancouver PAO — F or the first time since its inception in 2019, Exercise Pacific Vanguard saw the participation of a Royal Canadian Navy vessel, HMCS Vancouver. “This exercise, while deployed on Operation Projection, proved to be an excellent chance to integrate with like-minded regional partners and hone our warfare skills before moving […]

  • GirlsFly2

    ‘From shop floor to top floor’ and beyond – The Sky’s No Limit!

    Kateryna Bandura, Lookout Editor — What began as a small Aviation event in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, has since evolved into the world’s largest diversity outreach event of its kind in Aviation, Aerospace, Marine and Defence. “Our unique, hands-on outreach events have directly touched the lives of over 121,300 participants, and 11,956 women and girls of all […]

  • HMCS Vancouver begins Operation Neon deployment

    HMCS Vancouver begins Operation Neon deployment

    National Defence / Canadian Armed Forces — His Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) Vancouver commenced Operation (Op) Neon on Sept. 20. This is the seventh time the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) deployed in support of Op Neon since 2018. “Following our successes on Op Projection, the crew of HMCS Vancouver is proud to begin our duties […]

  • Mark Nelson

    The Long Trick is the worst

    Mark Nelson, Contributor — The general day-to-day schedule of a warship, better known as the ship’s routine, cycles around working, eating, and sleeping. A ship operates round the clock, and sailors must be available to do the jobs required 24 hours a day, normally split into seven work periods called watches. Two four-hour daytime watches occur […]

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