Lots to see
Operation Nanook enjoys a day of success with the community.
Canadian Armed Forces members on Operation NANOOK wrap up in Happy Valley-Goose Bay with a group photo outside of 5 hanger, 5 Wing Goose Bay, on Aug. 26.
Corporal Raphael Langlois, centre, an aviation systems technician (AVN) with 440 Squadron out of Yellowknife, performs maintenance on the propeller of a CC-138 Twin Otter while Corporal Corey Rogers, AVN tech with 440 Squadron, assists in 5 Hangar at 5 Wing Goose Bay.
Joint Task Force Atlantic Commander Rear-Admiral Newton lands in Voisey’s Bay Vale Mine to talk to 5 Canadian Rangers Patrol Group at camp set up at Sango Bay during Operation NANOOK.
Members of 5th Canadian Division and Canadian Rangers Patrol Group embark on HMCS Goose Bay via the Rigid Hulled Inflatable Boat (RHIB), at Voisey Bay during OPERATION NANOOK on Aug. 20.
Members from Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship Montréal bring a kit to shore while Canadian Armed Forces Members wait to help unload off the coast of Cartwright during Operation NANOOK.
Corporal Joshua MacNeil-Johnson, left, with 1 Nova Scotia Highlanders out of Nova Scotia, watches as people from Nain try on military equipment during a community day event while on Operation NANOOK.
Rear-Admiral John Newton, Commander of Joint Task Force Atlantic (JTFA) and Maritime Forces Atlantic (MARLANT) address members of Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) Goose Bay during their time in Natuashish.
Local residents were invited to Operation NANOOK Community Day Open House at 5 Wing Goose Bay to view aircraft, equipment and meet Canadian Forces members. Sgt. Wayne Gregory shows local residents communications kit used in field.
A CH-146 Griffon helicopter returns to the base camp at Voisey Bay after transporting troops for the day to various locations in the area.
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