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    Canada: A ‘Capable, Adaptive, Partner’ at RIMPAC 2022

    Lt(N) Michelle Scott, HMCS Vancouver Public Affairs Officer, Capt Jennie Derenzis, Combined Information Bureau, RIMPAC 2022 — Part 3 – The Royal Canadian Navy optimizes opportunities to work with allies This year’s multi-nation Exercise Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) is hosted by the Commander of the United States Pacific Fleet and led by the Commander of U.S. […]

  • Major (Retired) Mark Campbell

    Wounded veteran gets rare opportunity to jump with the SkyHawks

    A/SLt Charlie Galley, CFB Esquimalt Public Affairs — A Canadian Army war veteran who lost both legs in combat in Afghanistan took a rare opportunity to jump with the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Parachute Team, the SkyHawks, at CFB Esquimalt. On July 26, the SkyHawks took Major (Retired) (Maj (Ret’d)) Mark Campbell 12,500 feet above Albert […]

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    HMCS Vancouver supports TAPA during RIMPAC 2022

      Lt(N) Michelle Scott, HMCS Vancouver Public Affairs Officer — HMCS Vancouver became the first Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) vessel to tactically launch a surface off-board passive decoy (SOPD) as part of electronic warfare (EW) tactics training during the Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2022 exercise. “Electronic Warfare is, by far, the most effective defensive method […]

  • CFB Esquimalt museum highlights hand-made flag for National Peacekeepers' Day

    CFB Esquimalt museum highlights hand-made flag for National Peacekeepers’ Day

    CFB Esquimalt Public Affairs — In celebration of National Peacekeepers’ Day on August 9, the CFB Esquimalt Naval and Military Museum is highlighting a unique handmade Korean War-era United Nations (UN) flag. The flag was donated by George Mannix, who handmade it in 1950 while serving as the Chief Yeoman of Signals in HMCS Sioux. […]

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