“One of HMCS Fredericton’s two gas turbines, the ship’s main propulsion system, caught fire while the frigate was at sea on training off Nova Scotia late last week.”
Navy assessing damage after fire aboard frigate
Canadian warship on schedule despite engine room fire
Setting sail on the HMCS Fredericton
Update May 18 2009:
HMCS Sackville fires its main gun in memory of Rear Admiral William Moss Landymore. Rear Admiral Landymore served in the navy for 33 years and was recognized for his wartime service during the Battle of the Atlantic. His ashes were spread outside Halifax Harbour during a committal ceremony aboard HMCS Toronto on May 1.
The crew of HMCS Halifax performed a spring clean up on Barrington St, from the Mckay Bridge to Cornwalis St. this morning
Good Job and Thanks guys!
The Tern is now on its way to Vancouver (after performing a compass swing, seen here on AIS) Via the Panama Canal
ETA Panama Canal, PM of April 15
ETA Vancouver, AM of April 28
From the Chronicle Herald:
“Cmdr. Josee Kurtz became the first woman to command one of the country’s major warships, a development she said highlights the progress females have made since they won the right to serve on naval vessels 20 years ago.”
Waiting for the weather to clear.
Departing tuesday at the earliest.
The Norwegian Frigate Roald Amundsen paid a visit to halifax, Departing Yesterday Morning.