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  1. Hace 5 días · El buque Margaret Brooke estuvo en el país desde el 28 de mayo hasta el 1 de junio de 2024. TEMAS -. buque. Relaciones bilaterales. Embajada de Canadá. Diario Libre. Periódico líder de República Dominicana centrado en las noticias generales y el periodismo innovador. Durante la visita del buque se resaltaron la décadas de relaciones ...

    • Early Life
    • Second World War
    • Sinking of The SS Caribou
    • Post War
    • HMCS Margaret Brooke

    Margaret Brooke was brought up in rural Saskatchewan, where her father was a farmer and her mother a schoolteacher. In 1933, she left home to attend the University of Saskatchewan and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in household science. She then moved to Ottawato complete her dietetic internship and earned a certified dietician designation.

    In March 1942, Margaret Brooke enrolled in the Royal Canadian Navy at HMCS Unicorn, the naval reserve division in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Since there was no naval category for her profession (dietician), she was made a nursing sister with the rank of sub-lieutenant. She went on to serve in various naval hospitals across Canada and in Newfoundland....

    While she was stationed in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Margaret Brooke survived the torpedoing of the SS Caribou. This was a ferry that regularly crossed Cabot Strait from Sydney, Nova Scotia, to Port aux Basques, Newfoundland. Due to the threat of German submarines in the Atlantic, the ferry was escorted by ships from the Royal Canadian Navy. ( See ...

    After the war, Margaret Brooke remained in the navy and retired in 1962 as a lieutenant-commander. She returned to Saskatchewan and entered her alma mater, where she received a BA and PhD, majoring in biostratigraphy and micropaleontology. After graduation, she stayed at the university as an instructor and researcher. Brooke retired in 1986 and mov...

    On her hundredth birthday, Margaret Brooke received a telephone call from the Minister of National Defence. He informed her that the second of six new Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ships would be named HMCS Margaret Brookein her honour. Brooke was “astounded” and observed that “the navy doesn’t just go round naming its ships after people.” It marked t...

  2. HMCS Margaret Brooke (AOPV 431) is the second Harry DeWolf-class offshore patrol vessel for the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN). The class was derived from the Arctic Offshore Patrol Ship project as part of the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy and is primarily designed for the patrol and support of Canada's Arctic regions.

  3. 28 de oct. de 2022 · Today, the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) officially welcomed His Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) Margaret Brooke into naval service with a commissioning ceremony. This ceremony marks a significant achievement for both the RCN and the Canadian shipbuilding industry.

    • National Defence
  4. Margaret Brooke. An Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ship (AOPS) will be named after Margaret Brooke, a Royal Canadian Navy Nursing Sister decorated for gallantry during the Second World War.

  5. 1 de nov. de 2022 · HMCS Margaret Brooke is named in honour of Lieutenant-Commander Margaret Brooke, a RCN Nursing Sister decorated for gallantry during the Second World War for her actions followed the torpedoing and subsequent sinking of the Newfoundland ferry SS Caribou in 1942.

  6. 16 de jul. de 2021 · The future HMCS Margaret Brooke is Hull Number 104 for Halifax Shipyard and Pennant Number 431 for the Royal Canadian Navy. The vessel will officially be named this fall.