Crowsnest can now be accessed from here!

The current Crowsnest and the archives of the past six years are available on the RCN web site at:

http://www.navy-marine.forces.gc.ca/en/news-crowsnest/crowsnest-v7i3.page?

It is a quarterly publication from Royal Canadian Navy Public Affairs in NDHQ, and is published online in a bilingual format.

Crowsnest archives

If you want to go back and re-live the past then all copies of the pre-Unification RCN magazine Crowsnest are available

at: http://www.noabc.com/the-canadian-navy/the-crowsnest

This is an excellent archive reflecting the RCN in those formative years following World War II, the build-up of the RCN in response to the Korean War and the Cold War, and the modernization of naval training.

 

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AGM for Canadian Naval Memorial Trust June 28th 2017