130208-N-RI884-002 PEARL HARBOR (Feb. 8, 2013) Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) Algonquin (DDG 283) arrives to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam to participate in the theater anti-submarine warfare (TASW) phase of the Submarine Commander’s Course (SCC) and a task group exercise (TGEX) with the U.S. Navy.(U.S. Navy Photograph by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Daniel Barker/Released)
HMCS Charlottetown returned to her home port of Halifax, Nova Scotia Friday after a six-month deployment on Operation REASSURANCE, Canada’s contribution to NATO assurance measures in Central and Eastern Europe.
The German navigation system manufacturer Raytheon Anschütz has completed the factory acceptance tests and the delivery of twelve sets of navigation radars for the Canadian Navy’s Halifax-class frigates.
HMCS St. John's (FFH 340) is a Halifax-class frigate that has served in the Royal Canadian Navy since her commissioning in 1996. She was laid down on 24 August 1994 at Saint John Shipbuilding Ltd., Saint John, New Brunswick, and launched on 26 August 1995. She was officially commissioned into the CF on 26 June 1996 in St. John's, and carries the hull classification symbol 340. She is assigned to Maritime Forces Atlantic (MARLANT) and her homeport is in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Marine Engineers operate and monitor the operation of a ship’s mechanical equipment. They inspect, test, maintain, repair, modify and install equipment associated with the onboard mechanical systems. Lean more at www.forces.ca/en/job/marineengineer-31