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Royal Canadian Navy Submarine HMCS Victoria Torpedo Trials

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Published on Mar 17, 2012

Her Majesty's Canadian Ship (HMCS) Victoria conducts a series of weapon system trials at sea including multiple firings of the exercise version of the MK48 Heavyweight Torpedo at Canadian Forces Maritime Experimental Test Ranges (CFMETR) in Nanoose Bay, B.C. on March 13, 2012.

These trials are an important milestone for the Victoria-class Submarine Program as Victoria is the first submarine in the fleet to fire the reusable exercise version of the MK48 Heavyweight Torpedo. Further weapon system trials are scheduled for the spring of 2012.

Victoria is currently at sea conducting equipment trials and crew training such that the submarine can be declared fully operational later this summer. The submarine will also participate in a naval task group exercise off the West Coast of Vancouver Island where she will take part in multi-ship coordinated anti-submarine exercises in mid-March 2012.

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