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Yearbook; 67 color photos.
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The Review of c 1999-2000 written in French and English. The biography of Vince Ng is on page 47.
- 67 color photos:
Photo 1: Headshot while dressed in 4's. 4's is an order of dress at the Royal Military College of Canada.
Photo 2-3: Obstacle course at Royal Military College of Canada.
Photo 4: 9 Squadron recruits are formed upon the parade square before the obstacle course.
Photo 5: Cadets forming up for the Ex-Cadet Parade.
Photo 6: 9 Sqaurdon recruits, soon to be 1st year, at "Right Dress" to properly form the ranks.
Photo 7: 9 Squadron recruits marching towards Royal Military College of Canada Arch along Valour Road.
Photo 8: The Arch, with the Royal Military College of Canada band in Scarlets and Ex-Cadets, approaching the archway from the other side.
Photo 9: Westpoint/Royal Military College of Canada exchange, an annual event.
Photo 10: Annapolis/Royal Military College of Canada exchange, an annual event.
Photo 11: With Annapolis cadet.
Photo 12: Vince Ng's 3rd year dorm room.
Photo 13: 9 Squadron cadets gathering before an evening brief.
Photo 14: After disembarking the Hercules place. Vince Ng as part of an annual Royal Military College of Canada band performance had a trip in Victoria, BC.
Photo 15: Enjoying the sun in the middle of the winter at Royal Military College of Canada
Photo 16-18: Fire fighting and sea survival training during MARS II, the second phase of training for MARS Officers, who are naval officers trained for the command stream.
Photo 19: HMCS Oriole, the last sailboat in the Canadian Navy.
Photo 20: Lookout on the HMCS Oriole.
Photo 21: Graduation from MARS II, the second phrase of training for MARS Officers.
Photo 22-23: Formed up before the graduation ceremony.
Photo 24: With mother in front of the Naval Officer Training Center Venture administrative building.
Photo 25: As an Acting Sub-lieutenant aboard the HMCS Toronto.
Photo 26: The HMCS Toronto alongside in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Photo 27: HMCS Toronto is dressed for a ceremony.
Photo 28: In Naval Combats in Cabin 6.
Photo 29: New office after being promoted to be a Sublieutenant.
Photo 30: HMCS Toronto alongside in Gibraltor.
Photo 31: The security gate leading to HMCS Toronto in Gibraltor.
Photo 32: Ship mate posted for security alongside port authorities.
Photo 33: Ship's Officers enjoying a short port call in Gibraltor at the Yacht Club.
Photo 34: Ship is coming alongside with the rest of the fleet in Augusta Bay, Sicily, Italy.
Photo 35: Ship out in the Mediterranean conducting naval operations.
Photo 36: On the Sea King helicopter flying along the port side of the HMCS Toronto.
Photo 37: Overlooking the flight deck of the HMCS Toronto from the Sea King helicopter.
Photo 38-39: Flying alongside one of the Dutch ships in the fleet.
Photo 40: Sea King helicopter getting into position to carry out helo operations.
Photo 41: Sea King helicopter dropping back and distancing itself from the Dutch ship.
Photo 42: Part of the sea survival suit while embarking in the Sea King helicopter.
Photo 43: With a Costa Rican sailor when the Sea King helicopter conducted a personnel transfer of Vince Ng aboard the Costa Rican ship.
Photo 44: Turkish Oliver Hazard Perry (OHP) Class ships purchased from the US as the HMCS Toronto comes alongside in Aksaz, Turkey.
Photo 45: Enjoying some Turkish cuisine with shipmates.
Photo 46: With a local in Turkey.
Photo 47: Standing on the flightdeck in Aksaz, Turkey.
Photo 48: Drinking apple tea and smoking apple tobacco in a sheesha in Aksaz.
Photo 49: With locals in Valetta, Malta.
Photo 50: The Maltese Falcon.
Photo 51: Ship alongside in Valetta, Malta.
Photo 52-53: A Canadian Replenishment Ship.
Photo 54: HMCS Toronto was being replenished by an allied ship.
Photo 55: A US aircraft carrier off in the distance carry on with flight ops.
Photo 56: HMCS Toronto seized a dhow, indigenous wooden boat which was carrying approximately $80 M in hashishi.
Photo 57: US Ticonderoga class ship that was invited to join in the weapons firing exercise.
Photo 58-59: Ship's crew gathering to see the weapons firing exercise.
Photo 60: The US ship fires its gatling gun, loaded with incendiary rounds, causing the dhow to burst into flames.
Photo 61: Prior to bursting into flames, a burst of shots are fired from the 50 cal mounts.
Photo 62-63: After coming alongside in Dubai with some of the ship's officers.
Photo 64: Fitting in with the locals in a bedouin camp in Dubai.
Photo 65-66: Sandboarding in Dubai.
Photo 67: CN Tower in Toronto.
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