HMCS Margaree (DDH 230)

HMCS Margaree (DDH 230)

HMCS Skeena (DDH 207) - St. Laurent-class Destroyer Helicopter Escort (Canada)

HMCS Skeena (DDH 207) - St. Laurent-class Destroyer Helicopter Escort (Canada)

HMS Warrior was a Colossus-class light aircraft carrier which served in the Royal Canadian Navy from 1946 to 1948 (as HMCS Warrior), the Royal Navy from 1948 to 1958, and the Argentine Navy from 1959 to 1969 as ARA Independencia  HMS Warrior was a Colossus-class light aircraft carrier which served in the Royal Canadian Navy from 1946 to 1948 (as HMCS Warrior), the Royal Navy from 1948 to 1958, and the Argentine Navy from 1959 to 1969 as ARA Independencia.

HMS Warrior was a Colossus-class light aircraft carrier which served in the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) from British Royal Navy (BRN) and the Argentine Navy (AN) as ARA Independencia.

The once great, former Royal Canadian Navy destroyer H.M.C.S. Fraser (DDH 233) alongside in the estuary of the Lahave River on June 4th., 2009, while her ultimate fate is eventually decided.. This ship was towed out of Bridgewater and taken by tugs to Halifax on Tuesday, July 21, 2009 and further to Ontario, in a following year, where it was broken up for salvage.

The once great, former Royal Canadian Navy destroyer H.M.C.S. Fraser (DDH 233) alongside in the estuary of the Lahave River on June 4th., 2009, while her ultimate fate is eventually decided.. This ship was towed out of Bridgewater and taken by tugs to Halifax on Tuesday, July 21, 2009 and further to Ontario, in a following year, where it was broken up for salvage.

Carrier Strike Group 10 heads east. Clockwise from bottom left: HMCS Charlottetown (frigate), USS Hue City (guided-missile cruiser) USS Oscar Austin (guided missile destroyer) USS Harry S Truman (aircraft carrier), USS Carney (destroyer) and USS San Jacinto (guided missile cruiser).

Carrier Strike Group 10 heads east. Clockwise from bottom left: HMCS Charlottetown (frigate), USS Hue City (guided-missile cruiser) USS Oscar Austin (guided missile destroyer) USS Harry S Truman (aircraft carrier), USS Carney (destroyer) and USS San Jacinto (guided missile cruiser).

HMCS TRILLIUM rescued 160 men and a cat from three ships sunk by U-606 February 1943 in the north atlantic.

HMCS TRILLIUM rescued 160 men and a cat from three ships sunk by February 1943 in the north atlantic.

HMCS BRANTFORD showing a significant buildup of ice. (Source Veteran Affairs Canada ) February 1944, Life for the 60 or so crew was very difficult, especially so when plying the Atlantic in winter, Ice become so thick it often threatened to capsize the ships

HMCS BRANTFORD showing a significant buildup of ice. (Source Veteran Affairs Canada ) February Life for the 60 or so crew was very difficult, especially so when plying the Atlantic in winter, Ice become so thick it often threatened to capsize the ships

HMCS Moncton (MM 708) is a Kingston-class coastal defence vessel that has served in the Canadian Forces since 1998. She is the ninth ship of her class which is the name for the Maritime Coastal Defence Vessel Project, and the second vessel to use the designation HMCS Moncton.

HMCS Moncton (MM 708) is a Kingston-class coastal defence vessel that has served in the Canadian Forces since 1998. She is the ninth ship of her class which is the name for the Maritime Coastal Defence Vessel Project, and the second vessel to use the designation HMCS Moncton.

HMCS CH-14 & CH-15    As their nomenclature implies, CH14 and CH15 were Canadian members of the British “H” class, two of ten built during the First World War at Quincy, Massachusetts. H 14 and H 15 were on their way to Britain when hostilities ended, and were rerouted to Bermuda. Presented to the RCN, they were commissioned at Halifax on 1 April, 1921 as CH 14 and CH 15. Scarcely used, they were paid off on 30 June 1922 and sold for scrap five years later.

Buily in Quincy, Mass., H 14 & H 15 were on their way to Britain when hostilities ended, & were rerouted to Bermuda.

This is how the former HMS Upholder, now HMCS Chicoutimi finally came to Canada. On her first try under power she had a fire that killed one Canadian sailor and injured numorous more. Her sister ships were sucessful in sailing under their own power. All required extensive retrofit once to Canada and took nearly a decade to reach operational status.

This is how the former HMS Upholder, now HMCS Chicoutimi finally came to Canada. On her first try under power she had a fire that killed one Canadian sailor and injured numorous more. Her sister ships were sucessful in sailing under their own power. All required extensive retrofit once to Canada and took nearly a decade to reach operational status.

HMCS SAGUENAY (D79) crew contemplate their future  Damaged stern of the destroyer HMCS SAGUENAY (D79).   HMCS SAGUENAY (D79) was rammed by S.S. AZRA south of Cape Race, and lost her stern when her depth charges exploded in St. John's, Newfoundland on November 15, 1942.  The destroyer could not be made seaworthy and was later used as a training ship.  Photo by John D. Mahoney. Department of National Defence / National Archives of Canada, PA-153500.

Damaged stern of the destroyer Saguenay. Saguenay was rammed by SS Azra south of Cape Race, and lost her stern when her depth charges exploded.

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