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  1. Rumour or not, there was a top secret research location in the north west of Canada paid for by the British government to see if a frozen ship was feasible to build and use in the north Atlantic for defence. Project Habakkuk was real. It would be nice to see something in fact or bullship about this and to know if anything from this was actually applied and used in some form or another?
  2. KingCakeBaby

    HMCS Vancouver - Fleet Week 2018

    Here are the promised pictures from the HMCS Vancouver. It's a frigate so there's not as many as the Hornet and Iowa, which can be viewed here and here if you're interested. The pictures of the air show didn't turn out as well as I hope so I'll probably be keeping those to myself. Enjoy! A few things of particular interest are the large metal tubes on the deck. These are apparently so new that the majority of the crew had no idea what they were and what they did. They're a radar, torpedo and missile countermeasure that launches an inflatable that acts as a decoy. Also those sleek black boats are actually target drones for gunnery practice.
  3. Just spotted this one. "For Canada's 100th birthday, a large NATO fleet descended upon Halifax Harbour. HMCS PROVIDER is in the foreground, and USS NEWPORT NEWS is immediately aft. ('67) A.S. Mowat photo. " https://www.hazegray.org/navhist/canada/photarch/ Happy Canada Day to our Canadian Friends!
  4. I know many have been speculating about when Haida will be available for the masses and July 1st being Canada day seems fitting. I noticed this when searching the forums and I do not believe it has been posted before. I hope @LittleWhiteMouse is prepared.
  5. HMCS Athabaskan is the last destroyer and former flagship of the Royal Canadian Navy. She was recently decommissioned after serving proudly for 45 years. She had a bold career and is a veteran of numerous conflicts and disasters (Gulf War, War on Terror, Hurricane Katrina, Haiti earthquake). As the last of her kind, it is imperative that she be preserved for future generations. We have until January 4th, 2018 to purchase the ship, or else she will be scrapped. We cannot allow that to happen to this mighty ship! The current goal is to purchase the ship outright and operate her as a private museum trust in Halifax. The $5000 goal is just for a down payment to purchase the ship, we are still awaiting a fixed price from the Canadian government. We would heartily accept any and all donations. If you are interested, here is our GoFundMe site: https://www.gofundme.com/save-hmcs-athabaskan Our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/910372335662106/ Let me know if you have any questions.
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