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MY YEARS IN THE ROYAL CANADIAN NAVY   -   MES ANNÉES DANS LA MARINE ROYALE DU CANADA

1971

1972

1973

 

Submarine HMCS OJIBWA

6 January 1972

HMCS OJIBWA departed Halifax.

 

January or February 1972

HMCS OJIBWA visited St. John's, Newfoundland.

 

22 March 1972

I received a new posting sending me back to HMCS ONONDAGA as soon as she returns from England.

 

30 March 1972

HMCS OJIBWA tied up at the Submarine Squadron in Halifax. This was the last day of the TOT in the Navy. My wife joined me onboard HMCS OJIBWA to witness the event.

 

31 March 1972

HMCS ONONDAGA arrived in Halifax after spending over two months in England and Scotland. I said goodbye to OJIBWA and transferred to ONONDAGA.

 

 

 

Submarine HMCS ONONDAGA

 

31 March 1972

Back on Onondaga... (to be continued)

 

 

 

NAVAL RADIO STATION MILL COVE

(to be continued) 

1972 - Naval Radio Station NRS MILL COVE

 

 

A Leading Seaman Radio Sparker (I forgot his name) at NRS Mill Cove.

He is still wearing the old uniform so it must be before 1970.

 

 

NAVAL RADIO STATION EAST CHEZZETCOOK

(PROJECT TOBACCO)

 

(to be continued)

 

 

MY YEARS IN THE ROYAL CANADIAN NAVY   -   MES ANNÉES DANS LA MARINE ROYALE DU CANADA

1971

1972

1973

 

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