Royal Canadian Navy

Original artwork of formations and ships:

MARPAC
MARPAC

Maritime Forces Pacific

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MARLANT
MARLANT

Maritime Forces Atlantic

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HMCS BEACON HILL
HMCS BEACON HILL

HMCS Beacon Hill was a member of the RCN's fleet of River-class destroyers during World War II.

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HMCS BLUE HERON
HMCS BLUE HERON
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HMCS BONAVENTURE
HMCS BONAVENTURE

HMCS Bonaventure (CVL 22) was a Majestic class aircraft carrier. She served in the Royal Canadian Navy and Canadian Forces Maritime Command from 1957 to 1970 and was the third and the last aircraft carrier to serve Canada.

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HMCS CALGARY
HMCS CALGARY

A Halifax-class frigate, FFH 335, assigned to Maritime Forces Pacific at Canadian Forces Base Esquimalt, Victoria BC.

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HMCS CHAUDIERE
HMCS CHAUDIERE

HMCS Chaudiere (DDE 235) was a Restigouche-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy and later the Canadian Forces from 1959-1974.

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HMCS COLUMBIA
HMCS COLUMBIA

HMCS Columbia (DDE 260) was a Restigouche-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy and later the Canadian Forces from 1959-1974.

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HMCS DISCOVERY
HMCS DISCOVERY

Naval Reserve Division located in Vancouver BC.

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HMCS EDMONTON
HMCS EDMONTON

A Kingston-class coastal defence vessel, MM 703, assigned to Maritime Forces Pacific at Canadian Forces Base Esquimalt, Victoria BC.

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HMCS FUNDY
HMCS FUNDY

HMCS Fundy (J88) was a Fundy-class minesweeper that served in the Royal Canadian Navy from 1938-1945.

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HMCS GATINEAU
HMCS GATINEAU

HMCS Gatineau (DDE 236) was a Restigouche-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy and later the Canadian Forces from 1959-1996.

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HMCS GRILSE
HMCS GRILSE

HMCS Grilse was Canada’s first submarine after World War Two. The Grilse was built in 1943 as a Balao Class boat for the US Navy and was originally called the USS Burrfish. She was converted in 1950 to a radar picket sub used for anti submarine training. The Grilse was commissioned in 1961 into the R.C.N. and was based out of Esquimalt until 1969, when she was paid off and returned to the US Navy and sunk by a torpedo during training exercise. (Fom the Submarimers Association of Canada East.)

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HMCS HALIFAX
HMCS HALIFAX

HMCS Halifax (FFH 330) is a Halifax-class frigate that has served in the Royal Canadian Navy since 1992.

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HMCS IROQUOIS
HMCS IROQUOIS

HMCS Iroquois (DDG 280) is an Iroquois-class destroyer that has served the Canadian Forces since 1972. Iroquois is the lead ship of her class which is sometimes referred to as the Tribal-class or simply as the 280-class.

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HMCS KOOTENAY
HMCS KOOTENAY

HMCS Kootenay (DDE 258) was a Restigouche-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy from 1959-1996.

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HMCS LLEWELLYN
HMCS LLEWELLYN
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HMCS MACKENZIE
HMCS MACKENZIE

HMCS Mackenzie (DDE 261) was a Mackenzie-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy and later the Canadian Forces.

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HMCS NANAIMO
HMCS NANAIMO

A Kingston-class coastal defence vessel, MM 702, assigned to Maritime Forces Pacific at Canadian Forces Base Esquimalt, Victoria BC.

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HMCS NIAGARA
HMCS NIAGARA
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HMCS NIPIGON
HMCS NIPIGON

HMCS Nipigon (DDH 266) was an Annapolis-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy and later the Canadian Forces. She was the second Canadian naval unit to carry this name. She is named for the Nipigon River, Ontario.

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HMCS OKANAGAN
HMCS OKANAGAN

HMCS Okanagan (S74) was an Oberon-class submarine that served in the Canadian Forces (CF) from 1965 to 1998.

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HMCS ONTARIO
HMCS ONTARIO

A cadet Summer Training Centre of the Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps is located at the Royal Military College in Kingston ON.

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HMCS ORIOLE
HMCS ORIOLE

HMCS Oriole (KC 480) is the sail training vessel of the Royal Canadian Navy based at CFB Esquimalt in Victoria, British Columbia. She is a 31-metre sailing ketch, currently the oldest commissioned vessel in the Royal Canadian Navy, and also the longest serving commissioned ship.

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HMCS QUADRA
HMCS QUADRA

A cadet Summer Training Centre of the Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps. This shore establishment was originally commissioned in 1956 and is located at Goose Spit, Comox BC.

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HMCS SASKATCHEWAN
HMCS SASKATCHEWAN

HMCS Saskatchewan (DDE 262) was a Mackenzie-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy and later the Canadian Forces.

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HMCS ST. CROIX
HMCS ST. CROIX

HMCS St. Croix (DDE 256) was a Restigouche-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) and later the Canadian Forces from 1958-1974.

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HMCS UNICORN
HMCS UNICORN

HMCS Unicorn is a shore-based Naval Reserve Division of the Royal Canadian Navy based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

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HMCS VICTORIA
HMCS VICTORIA

HMCS Victoria (SSK 876) is a long-range hunter-killer (SSK) submarine of the Royal Canadian Navy, the lead ship of her class. She is named after the city of Victoria, British Columbia. She was purchased from the Royal Navy, and is the former HMS Unseen (S41). The class was also renamed from the Upholder-class.

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HMCS WOLF
HMCS WOLF
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HMCS YORK
HMCS YORK

Naval Reserve Division located in Toronto ON.

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32 SQUADRON RCN
32 SQUADRON RCN

32 Utility Squadron, VU 32, of the Royal Canadian Navy and Air Command of the Canadian Forces 1952 to 1992.

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33 SQUADRON RCN
33 SQUADRON RCN

33 Utility Squadron, VU 33, of the Royal Canadian Navy and Air Command of the Canadian Forces 1954 to 1992.

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