HMCS Iroquois, Artist's Concept
This artist's concept for HMCS Iroquois shows a number of the ship's distinctive features, including its large helicopter hangar and twin funnels (centre).
The illustration shows some of the ship's anti-submarine weapons and sensors, including the helicopter landing deck and hangars (centre right), the Limbo anti-submarine mortar in its well (right), and the variable depth sonar equipment (far right). The first of four such anti-submarine destroyers to enter service in the early 1970s, Iroquois gave its name to the entire class (group) of ships.
George Metcalf Archival Collection