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Replenishment ship HMCS Protecteur operates between the HMCS Algonquin, left, and HMCS St. Johns in the Gulf of Oman. (Photo: MCpl Michel Durand/Canadian Navy)

Replenishment ship HMCS Protecteur operates between the HMCS Algonquin, left, and HMCS St. Johns in the Gulf of Oman.

HMS Uganda, was a Second World War-era Crown Colony-class light cruiser launched in 1941. She served in the Royal Navy during 1943 and 1944, including operations in the Mediterranean, and was transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy in in October 1944. She served in the Pacific theatre in 1945 and was put into reserve in 1947. When she was reactivated for the Korean War in 1952 she was renamed HMCS Quebec.

HMS Uganda was a Crown Colony-class light cruiser of the British Royal Navy launched in

HMCS Bonaventure CVL-22 Majestic class aircraft carrier of the Royal Canadian Navy with an S-2 Tracker aft. 1960s.

HMCS Bonaventure (CVL was a Majestic-class aircraft carrier launched, Feb 1945 and served both in the Royal Canadian Navy and Canadian Forces Maritime Command.

The guided-missile frigate USS Rentz (FFG 46), left, and the Royal Canadian Navy frigate HMCS Iroquois (F 280) transit the Caribbean Sea during the UNITAS 2013 multinational maritime exercise hosted this year by the Colombian Navy. U.S. participation in UNITAS 2013 was scaled down as a result of sequestration. Royal Canadian Navy photo by Cpl. Anthony Chand

The guided-missile frigate USS Rentz (FFG left, and the Royal Canadian Navy frigate HMCS Iroquois (F transit the Caribbean Sea during the UNITAS 2013 multinational maritime exercise hosted this year by the Colombian Navy.

HMCS Haida (G 63) of the Royal Canadian Navy - Canadian Destroyer of the WWII Tribal class.

HMCS Haida (G of the Royal Canadian Navy - Canadian Destroyer of the Tribal class - Allied Warships of WWII

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