Atlantic Region News

No matter the challenge, Canadians can rest assured that their navy is ‘Ready, Aye, Ready’ to meet changing demands, emergency situations, and evolving threats to our sovereignty and security.

Whether deployed in the Arabian Sea on maritime security operations, assisting with domestic operations and humanitarian aid, or helping to support the local communities in which we reside, we have stories to share and invite you to learn more about your navy’s contributions at home and around the world.

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Leading Seaman Devon Wrathgaber

HMCS Summerside & HMCS Moncton foster lasting ties with Côte d’Ivoire

West Africa- Her Majesty’s Canadian Ships Summerside and Moncton conducted a port visit to Abidjan, Cote D’Ivoire from 3 March to 3 April as part of their deployment on NEPTUNE TRIDENT 17-01. The port visit provided the RCN with an opportunity to learn, foster and strengthen relationships with Côte d’Ivoire.

Leading Seaman Devon Rathgaber

Leading Seaman Devon Rathgaber

Hometown: Southey, Saskatchewan

 Years of Service: 3 and a half years of service

I joined the the CAF to travel the world, meet new people and experience new things.

Sub Lieutenant Titus Villegas

Sub Lieutenant Titus Villegas

Hometown: Winnipeg, Manitoba

Years of Service: 4 years of service

Bridge Watch Keeper in training onboard Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) Moncton.

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