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Two Canadian warships collide during exercise manoeuvres en route to Hawaii

Colin Parkinson

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You be surprised then what goes on in the commercial world, I have seen some ingenious field repairs to ships, tugs, barges as old or older than these. 
 

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MARPAC reports (on Facebook) that HMCS Protecteur is repaired and back at sea:

A recently repaired HMCS Protecteur and her crew leave Esquimalt Harbour to continue planned training in preparation for a Task Group Exercise off the coast of Southern California in October.

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Not surprising; PRO didn't have much that a bit of Bondo and paint couldn't fix :)
 

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Or just some paint, the minor dents make her look more menacing.
 

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Jacky Tar said:
Not surprising; PRO didn't have much that a bit of Bondo and paint couldn't fix :)

Our senior engineer said it best one day... "DevCon? Oh that's great stuff. I don't know why they don't make the whole boat out of it."
 

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So HMCS ALGONQUIN is obviously out of commission but is PRO the only Canadian ship representing the RCN at the Sydney IFR then I'm assuming?
 

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The only Canadian contribution to the IFR is an Aurora from Greenwood.
 
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