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🇨🇦NavalDistinction May 11
If de-politicizing military procurement will result in better equipment for our soldiers, sailors and aviators and allow for predictable and stable funding then we're all for it. Hopefully all parties commit to this.
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Jackspeak of the #RCNavy 4m
The area of a ship's hull that is at times submerged, and at other times brought above the water by the rolling of the vessel. 'Jackspeak of the Royal Canadian Navy - A Glossary of Naval Terminology (2nd edition)'
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ReadyAyeReady 4m
Cinderella Leave: Shipboard leave expiring at, or before midnight. ...
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ReadyAyeReady 14m
of the : HMCS ST. CROIX (2nd) (Destroyer Escort) Built by Marine Industries Ltd., Sorel, St. Croix was commissioned on 4 October 1958. In 1959, as a member of the 5th Canadian Destroyer Squadron, she served as escort to H...
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Royal Canadian Navy 3h
Always ready! Your ⚓️💪🏼 Go team!
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VAdm/Vam Ron Lloyd 5h
It’s Indigenous Awareness Week. our recognizes & celebrates achievements that Indigenous sailors have made and continue to make within the RCN!
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James Brun May 11
If you could reconfigure the fleet, what would you change? Leave other ideas in the comments.
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ReadyAyeReady 19h
'ABSENT FRIENDS' ...The traditional Toast of the Day for Sunday
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ReadyAyeReady 6h
of the : HMCS ANTICOSTI (2nd) (Minesweeper Auxiliary) HMCS Anticosti (MSA 110) was an Anticosti class minesweeper that served in the Canadian Forces from 1989-2000. Anticosti was built in 1973 by Allied Shipbuilders Lt...
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Marko Babic May 15
GeoSpectrum Technologies prepares for new TRAPS sonar trials | Jane's 360
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Jackspeak of the #RCNavy 2h
BOTTLESCREW A mechanical screw device used in adjusting tension in stays, shrouds, and similar lines.
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Jackspeak of the #RCNavy May 16
BIG WIGS Senior officers. Senior officers in the British Navy once wore large wigs.
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ReadyAyeReady 19h
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Jackspeak of the #RCNavy May 19
To accidently drop a piece of gear. 'Too bad Bloggins drop-tested a box of light bulbs while storing ship.' 'Jackspeak of the Royal Canadian Navy - A Glossary of Naval Terminology (2nd edition)'
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RUSI(NS) May 18
3 new specialist skill badges created for members of Naval Tactical Operations Group (advanced boarding operations), Naval Security Team (land & sea-based security to deployed RCN assets) & Naval Boarding Party (ships' teams)
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RUSI(NS) May 12
Naval ship type Ocean Patrol Vessel OPV has wide range of characteristics between states. Care has to be taken comparing vessels. Need to understand requirements/geo-political situations of states. Good Naval Association of Canada letter: @RCN_MRC
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Jackspeak of the #RCNavy May 14
BEAR PIT 1. The Engineers' (Stokers') messdeck. 2. In an Oberon-class submarine, the lower aft section of the boat's engine room.
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BlueToryest May 18
Canadian Hero tell his side of the story following Crooked 's attempt to coverup the truth.
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ReadyAyeReady 6h
Sweeper: 1. A Minesweeper 2. Man responsible for cleaning an area. ...
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ReadyAyeReady 3h
Leadline: A heavy lead sinker that is attached to a line, used in sounding depth. Often refered to as a "hand leadline". ...
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