Canadian Navy ships head to NATO drills
Joint Warrior, Trident Juncture exercises involve ships, aircraft, thousands of personnel.
HMCS Halifax, Athabaskan depart for NATO exercises
Two Royal Canadian Navy ships left Halifax Harbour on Tuesday to join NATO exercises overseas.
HMCS Athabaskan and HMCS Halifax will train while travelling across the Atlantic to take part in multinational military exercises dubbed Joint Warrior and Trident Juncture.
The vessels will first take part in the U.K-led Joint Warrior.
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