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Welcome to HMCS REGINA's official twitter account. Bienvenue au compte twitter officiel du NCSM REGINA.
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HMCS_NCSM REGINA May 7
HMC Ships are filled with people, and people need food, medicine, mail, and pay. The Logistics dept arranges for all deliveries. Many members also receive advanced medical training as part of the casualty clearing team. If someone is hurt they're here to help.
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HMCS_NCSM REGINA May 5
Combat System Engineers work day and night to ensure HMC Ships have operating RADAR, armaments, communications, and more. Some contribute to safe navigation, are needed to defend the ship, or are essential to everyday life.
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HMCS_NCSM REGINA May 4
HMC Ships need to be able to float, move, and fight. The everyday work of the Marine Systems Engineering Department, made up of MarTechs and MSEOs keeps the engines running, power on, and many other systems essential to the running of a ship going.
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HMCS_NCSM REGINA Apr 28
When maritime vessels need to calculate the best course to intercept another vessel we use a function called relative velocity. Wonder no more whether you'll use the math skills you learned in school.
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HMCS_NCSM REGINA Apr 27
In navies across the world the practice of growing "sea staches" is commonplace. Apart from the pressures of impressing someone with our appearance sailors are free to experiment with new looks, these moustaches usually end when our time at sea ends.
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HMCS_NCSM REGINA Apr 25
It's still expect to see more shout outs to great military families and their children!
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HMCS_NCSM REGINA Apr 25
Bridge wing signal lamps can be used for light signals allowing rudimentary communication without the use of radio, as a search light at night, or as mirrors to take cool photos. Pictured is one of Regina’s embarked small boats departing for an exercise.
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HMCS_NCSM REGINA Apr 23
Replying to @HMCS_NCSMRegina
Military Child Month continued!
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HMCS_NCSM REGINA Apr 23
Replying to @HMCS_NCSMRegina
Military Child Month continued!
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HMCS_NCSM REGINA Apr 23
April is Military Child Month. Lets try to appreciate the challenges facing kids with parents in the Canadian Armed Forces. We can’t focus on work if we’re worried about our children, and life is hard for them too when we’re away.
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HMCS_NCSM REGINA Apr 21
Replying to @HMCS_NCSMRegina
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HMCS_NCSM REGINA Apr 21
Our heartfelt condolences to the friends and family of those impacted because of the recent violence in the province of Nova Scotia. And to the men and women of the RCMP and Canada’s regional police services, you protect the loved ones we leave at home, for this Regina Salutes.
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HMCS_NCSM REGINA Apr 19
HMCS Regina’s embarked helicopter Bronco practices carrying cargo in a sling, skills in these operations are vital to Regina’s success if called upon to deliver vital aid.
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HMCS_NCSM REGINA Apr 18
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HMCS_NCSM REGINA Apr 17
The CO of Sea Training Pacific ST(P) stands on the bridge wing of his new home away from home HMCS Regina, ready to salute Calgary in the ceremony Passing Honours. ST(P) recently completed a program on Calgary and their program for Regina is in full swing.
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HMCS_NCSM REGINA Apr 16
Got MILK? 😀
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HMCS_NCSM REGINA Apr 15
Ships can't refuel at sea, anchor, moor, tow, launch boats, or go to a port without the expertise of the Deck Department. Boatswains or bosuns shoot guns, drive boats, stand watch on the bridge, and work with ropes and chains.
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HMCS_NCSM REGINA Apr 14
During maritime operations maintaining safe distances are key. Pictured you can see the view through one of our laser range finders, useful for close in operations.
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HMCS_NCSM REGINA Apr 11
HMCS Regina conducted pyrotechnic training and celebrated the beginning of our Sea Training program. Sea Training is a unit that assists members of ships companies to rapidly improve their skills and get ready for missions at home or abroad.
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HMCS_NCSM REGINA Apr 10
The calm before the storm. Members of HMCS Regina took a much deserved day of rest while at anchor near Royal Roads, thank you department of fisheries for the existence of online fishing license applications!
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