Twitter | Search | |
MARPAC/FMAR(P)
MARPAC: Canada's Navy, Army, and Air Force in the Pacific. Forces FMAR(P) La marine, l’armée et les FAC pacifique. Notice:
13,716
Tweets
627
Following
12,124
Followers
Tweets
MARPAC/FMAR(P) 18h
A brass DG fuse box tally plate was recently salvaged by a lo cal diver from the wreck of (K-234) which was sunk off the UK’s coast on 8 August 1944. It presented to the CO Jeff W. Dargavel on board Soon it will be shipped to
Reply Retweet Like
MARPAC/FMAR(P) Oct 29
"We cannot rest until ALL women, and this includes transgender women and women of diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, around the world are empowered to do the same" 💪 Read more about the Women on WIN 👉
Reply Retweet Like
MARPAC/FMAR(P) Oct 28
Food Diversity Week is a great opportunity to foster cultural awareness through food! 😍 Providing more diverse menu, representative of our members, is one way we can build a more inclusive and welcoming workplace for all.
Reply Retweet Like
MARPAC/FMAR(P) Oct 28
Working with our allies is key to a ! 🇨🇦 🇯🇵 🇺🇸 is proudly representing the during with , , , , and 💪⚓️
Reply Retweet Like
MARPAC/FMAR(P) Oct 28
A flu shot will not only protect you, but also the people around you! - For info on Flu Season 20/21 👉 For members at MARPAC 👉 Book your appointment by calling 250-363-4116
Reply Retweet Like
MARPAC/FMAR(P) Oct 27
Any member can become a Clearance Diver, whether you're in the , , or ! 🤿 Follow them on Instagram too 👉
Reply Retweet Like
MARPAC/FMAR(P) Oct 27
that Fleet Diving Unit Pacific is currently having information sessions and is recruiting?! Make sure give their new FB page a like to find more info on becoming a Clearance Diver! 👉
Reply Retweet Like
MARPAC/FMAR(P) Oct 26
Make sure to follow as they kick off Food Diversity Week!
Reply Retweet Like
MARPAC/FMAR(P) Oct 26
In between operations, is participating in Exercise KEEN SWORD with the and the !
Reply Retweet Like
MARPAC/FMAR(P) Oct 26
Do you have a favourite mask? Share them below! 👇
Reply Retweet Like
MARPAC/FMAR(P) Oct 26
During these trying times, RAdm Bob Auchterlonie and Lieutenant Governor General of British Columbia, Honourable exchanged masks to be worn. We're all in this together - do your part - wear a mask!
Reply Retweet Like
MARPAC/FMAR(P) Oct 25
The is so versatile that when operating they are able to contribute to the defence of Canada through surveillance of Canadian coastlines, support to maritime law enforcement, deterrence of terrorists, smugglers and polluters, and more!
Reply Retweet Like
MARPAC/FMAR(P) Oct 23
MARPAC's Command Team proudly wears the ribbon to honour the shipmates lost in the explosion on in 1969. Let's take a moment to remember the sacrifice of those who came before us.
Reply Retweet Like
MARPAC/FMAR(P) Oct 23
Yesterday morning, a CH-149 Cormorant and CC-115 Buffalo from helped MEDEVAC a patient on a ship sailing between Vancouver Is and Haida Gwaii. -Pacific helping those in need. 📸: 442 Transport and Rescue Squadron
Reply Retweet Like
MARPAC/FMAR(P) Oct 23
Today, we honour and remember the 9 sailors lost in this tragedy and the heroic actions of the survivors who battled the fire to save their ship and prevent further loss and injury in the Royal Canadian Navy’s worst peace-time accident
Reply Retweet Like
MARPAC/FMAR(P) Oct 22
We all have a mother-in-law and/or loving family member we want to protect. Make sure to get your flu shot! - More info on Flu Season 20/21 👉 members of MARPAC 👉 Call 250-363-4116 to book your appointment
Reply Retweet Like
MARPAC/FMAR(P) Oct 22
Your online life is still your life! Make sure to think before you post and be respectful when it comes to your online behaviour. More Info for CAF & DND members 👇
Reply Retweet Like
MARPAC/FMAR(P) Oct 21
Our West Coast ships got all dressed up to celebrate the 110 years of collaborative accomplishments achieved by the 🏳️🏴🚩 Find out more about 👉
Reply Retweet Like
MARPAC/FMAR(P) Oct 21
every sailor in the can reflect on our 110 years of service to Canada and uphold our traditions of 💪⚓️
Reply Retweet Like
MARPAC/FMAR(P) Oct 19
Adelaide Sinclair was the first Canadian woman to hold the rank of naval captain. Sinclair was appointed director of the Women’s Royal Canadian Naval Service (WRCNS) in 1944. Find out more 👇
Reply Retweet Like