PHOTOS: HMCS Brandon in Comox for Royal Canadian Navy recruiting event

HMCS Brandon sits just outside the area of Juneau, Alaska as the ship supports divers from Fleet Diving Unit Pacific while they conduct mine countermeasure missions on the ocean floor during Exercise ARCTIC EDGE 2022 on March 8, 2022. Photo credit: Master Sailor Dan Bard, Canadian Forces Combat Camera, Canadian Armed Forces photo.HMCS Brandon sits just outside the area of Juneau, Alaska as the ship supports divers from Fleet Diving Unit Pacific while they conduct mine countermeasure missions on the ocean floor during Exercise ARCTIC EDGE 2022 on March 8, 2022. Photo credit: Master Sailor Dan Bard, Canadian Forces Combat Camera, Canadian Armed Forces photo.
A photo of the artillery aboard the HMCS Brandon. Photo by Artur Cziastowksi
Sailor 1st Class (S1) Clemo, a naval communicator, was one of the tour guides on the HMCS Brandon. Photo by Artur Cziastkowski
The HMCS Brandon was in Comox Friday, July 22, for public tours of the vessel. Visitors had the opportunity to chat with the ship’s crew about their roles onboard, and a team from the Canadian Forces Recruiting Group was on-site to provide information about how to enrol in the Royal Canadian Navy. Photo by Artur Csiaskowski

The HMCS Brandon wass in Comox on Friday, July 22, offering ship’s tours to the public.

The free, guided tours wewre available on the Kingston-class vessel berthed at the Department of National Defence Pier next to Fisherman’s Wharf all day. Visitors had the opportunity to chat with the ship’s crew about their roles onboard, and a team from the Canadian Forces Recruiting Group was on-site to provide information about how to enrol in the Royal Canadian Navy.

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