Some more good news

These pictures, courtesy of the Royal Canadian Navy, show the soon to be in commission HMCS Harry DeWolf undergoing her builder’s sea trials …


… looking good in the water on Nova Scotia’s coast …

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… look at the size of that bridge! She’s a very big ship, bigger by far than our current frigates and she will be bigger, I believe, than our new Type 26 major combat ships, and …

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… she’ll be a welcome addition to Canada’s fleet.

Published by Ted Campbell

Old, retired Canadian soldier, Conservative ~ socially moderate, but a fiscal hawk. A husband, father and grandfather. Published material is posted under the "Fair Dealing" provisions (§29) of the Copyright Act for the purposes of research, private study and education.

6 thoughts on “Some more good news

  1. These ships weigh over 6000 tons, It basically has the same gun as our armoured personnel carriers which weigh 20 tons, seems odd and disappointing to me. Otherwise a nice and roomy ship.

  2. A note of interest for those who follow the deployments of the Canadian Navy. While in San Juan Puerto Rico this week I observed two Canadian Coastal Patrol Vessels in the harbour. HMCS Glace Bay (#701) in the forefront. Unfortunately too distant for a quality photograph. Still a fine looking ship although the lack of any main armament is painfully obvious. Is it possible that the automatic cannon installed on the AOPS would be a good fit for Kingston Class vessel?

    1. The ships in San Juan were an untendered Mulroney gave to SNC Lavalin. Useless ships. The two are enroute to Africa, crewed by ethnic quotas, on the annual Trudeau virtue signalling tour.

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