Re: HMCS Kingston


Timothy Taylor
 

A more or less useless class of vessel. "Coastal Defence" indeed - with a couple of 12.7 mm machine guns,these things couldn;t defend themselves from an angry Dartmouth ferr1 What a farce of a ship.


On Wed, Sep 21, 2022 at 6:02 PM Maple Leaf Navy <djshirlaw@...> wrote:

On this day in 1996, HMCS Kingston was commissioned. The lead ship of the Kingston-class coastal defence vessels, HMCS Kingston was built at Halifax Shipyard and is homeported at Halifax. Irving Shipbuilding photo.

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