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HMCS Ojibwa
HMCS Ojibwa

This is the Canadian submarine HMCS Ojibwa, one of three submarines that entered service with the Canadian navy between 1965 and 1968.

Built in the United Kingdom, all three were based on the diesel-electric Oberon class submarines being built for Britain's Royal Navy. Canada initially acquired Ojibwa, HMCS Okanagan, and HMCS Onondaga as "tame" submarines to train its surface ships in anti-submarine warfare. The "O-boats", named after the initial letters of their names, were later modified to improve their capabilities against Soviet submarines.

George Metcalf Archival Collection
CWM 19770522-003



Fairey Firefly Aircraft and Plane Guard Destroyer, HMCS Warrior
Grumman Avenger aboard HMCS Magnificent
Grumman Tracker Launch, HMCS Bonaventure
Grumman Avenger Landing Aboard HMCS Warrior
Hawker Sea Fury Landing on HMCS Magnificent
Supermarine Seafire Crash, HMCS Warrior
Fairey Firefly Crash, HMCS Warrior
Landing on HMCS Bonaventure
Flight Deck and Island, HMCS Bonaventure
McDonnell Banshee, HMCS Bonaventure
Grumman Tracker, HMCS Shearwater
Bell HTL-4 Helicopter
Personnel Delivery by Helicopter
Life Raft and Emergency Supplies
Petty Officer, HMCS Magnificent
Canadian Sailors Board HMCS Bonaventure
HMCS Magnificent Transporting Army Vehicles
Canadian Forces Women's Uniform, 1968
HMCS Iroquois, Artist's Concept
HMCS Athabaskan
HMCS Bras d'Or
HMCS Ojibwa
HMCS Gatineau
HMCS Gatineau
    Date created: October 29, 2010