Having a blast – HMCS Toronto destroys narcotics at sea Photo: The crew of Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship TORONTO transports 50kg loads of hashish across the ship’s flight deck in preparation for disposal in the North Arabian Sea on May 30, 2013 during Operation ARTEMIS. http://www.cjoc-coic.forces.gc.ca/fs-ev/2013/06/17-eng.asp
100 Images From Afghanistan - Day Warrant Officer Tim MacCormac of the Canadian Contribution Training Mission - Afghanistan demonstrates how to place a charge to dispose of an unexploded ordnance during a class with Afghan National Army (ANA) soldiers.
HMCS Regina, Strait of Hormuz, Arabian Gulf Region Close-up of a .50 calibre Heavy Machine Gun, loaded with C44 armour piercing tracer ammunition on the quarterdeck as a coalition supply ship passes in the distance. The Canadian frigate is part of Coalition Task Force 151, is responsible for escorting ships, intercepting and boarding suspect vessels and guarding against attacks on shipping, in support of Operation Apollo, Canada's contribution to the international campaign against…
On top of it - HMCS Toronto's narctics bust. During the search and inspection of a vessel by the ship’s naval boarding team on May Toronto’s crew recovered approximately 300 kilograms of heroin. Read more in the Lookout Newspaper week 22 edition.
A Canadian Platoon Army Warrant Officer , a with Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry, directs machine gun fire at a support by fire position during a platoon-size live-fire assault, July as part of Rim of the Pacific