HMCS Regina Returns After Eight Month Deployment

The Canadian frigate HMCS Regina returns home after eight month deployment in Arabia Sea area.

  • Mar. 14, 2013 11:00 a.m.

A welcoming crowd watches as HMCS Regina cruises in to her home port of Esquimat



A large crowd of family, friends and military personnel turned out on a damp and grey Thursday morning to greet HMCS Regina and her crew who returned to CFB Esquimalt after an eight month deployment in the Arabian Sea area.

The 225 crew members conducted maritime security and counter-terorism operations while at sea.

HMCS Regina left Esquimalt on july 3, replacing HMCS Charlottetown. HMCS Toronto will replace the returned HGMCS Regina.

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