HMCS HAIDA The HMCS Haida, a travel class destroyer, is out of water at the Port Weller dry docks. A restoration worker sprays the ship wearing hazmat gear. Camera captures ship deck images. MCU of artillery cannons on the deck of the war ship.
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Date: July 28, 2003 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:31:00, With Audio
NATO DEFENDS AGAINST PIRACY In the Gulf of Aden, a NATO frigate fires on a pirate ship. Stephen Harper says: "We use force when necessary." Hillary Clinton weighs in on the situation: "It sends the wrong signal that the pirates were released."
Date: April 20, 2009 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:24:00, With Audio
HMCS HAIDA RUSTING AWAY The canadian destroyer HMCS Haida now acts as a museum in her retirement at Ontario Place in Toronto. The ship is the most famous in ship in the Royal Canadian Navy having sunk 14 enemy ships during World War II. However rust and time are eating away at the ship and repairs are badly needed. In 2002 those repairs were finally done to the tune of $5 million.
Date: June 8, 1989 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:34:00, No Audio
ATHABASKAN - HMCS Deep sea underwater images of the HMCS Athabaskan (Canadian Destroyer that went down in the English Channel in 1944). B&W images of the war ship pulling out of harbor in the 1940's. A B&W still image shows the navy crew of the Athabaskan standing behind their ships artillery guns. Crew member, William Connelly speaks to a reporter about the ship's history and defeat. Naval history. Crew members walk through a dock yard wrapped in blankets, rescue operation.
Date: January 9, 2003 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:39:00, With Audio
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