Royal Canadian Navy Frigates
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Halifax Class FFH LOA 440′ TDISP 4,700 tons (12 active)
HMCS Calgary FFH-335 approaches Jeju harbor off the coast of Jeju, Republic of Korea during Operation Projection on October 12, 2018. Photo: LS Zachariah Stopa, Canadian Forces Combat Camera IS07-2018-0052-004
HMCS Halifax FFH-330 (1992)HMCS Calgary FFH-335 (1995)HMCS Montreal FFH-336 (1994)HMCS Regina FFH-334 (1993)HMCS Fredericton FFH-337 (1994)HMCS Winnipeg FFH-338 (1996)HMCS St. John’s FFH-340 (1996)HMCS Vancouver FFH-331 (1993)
HMCS Ottawa FFH-341 (1996) satellite image not yet located.
Commemorative ballcap from early in Ottawa’s career, with an excellent profile of the ship. Warsearcher Collection.
HMCS Winnipeg, before the Frigate Equipment Life Extension (FELEX) upgrades, 2001 NARA: 330-CFD-DN-SD-03-11157 PH1 Anthony C. Casullo, USN
River Class LOA 301′ TDISP 2,100 tons (151, 3 preserved ca. 69 in RCN service, 1 ex-RCN extensively converted) see Royal Navy frigates listing for other surviving units.
HMCS Waskesiu K-330 1944 Canada. Department of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada CT-257
Ex-HMCS Stormont K-327 (1943 – 1947) modified to Luxury Yacht Christina in 1951 for Aristotle Onasis, renamed Argo (1978-1998) current name Christina O. Modified LOA 325′ (lengthened approx. 24′) TDISP 2,250 tons
River class frigate HMCS Thetford Mines K-459 during wartime. Note projectile (likely a hedgehog depth bomb) fired at top right, and detonated pattern ahead. Canada. Department of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada CT-261
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