|NAME OF SHIP||PENDANT||INT.CALL
|ACADIAN||PB194||CGNH||ex RCMP ACADIAN - Call sign CGMV. Pendant MP52|
|ADVERSUS||J17||CGPX||ex RCMP Adversus. Call sign CGPX was used with both in the RCMP and in the Navy. |
|ADVERSUS||PB191||CGJG||Another ex RCMP Advertus. Pendant MP99. |
|ALACHASSE||Z18/J18||CGPW||ex RCMP ALACHASSE/CGPW|
|ALGONQUIN||DDE224||CZJX||Open Road||Laid down as HMS VALENTINE. |
|ANDRE DUPRE||Z03/W03||CGDB||Examination Vessel|
|ANNAN||K404||MWQD||ex HMS Annan K297|
|ANNAPOLIS||I04||CGNJ||Town Class Destroyer |
|ANNAPOLIS||DDH265||CGKB||Argo||Annapolis Class Helicopter Destroyer|
|ANTIGONISH||K661||CGJC||River Class Frigate|
|ARCTIC TERN||PCS784||CZFP||Oberlin P|
|ARISTROCRAT||?||CGCV||W/T Calibration Vessel|
|1917-1919 Trawler (Patrol) Gate Vessel 1939-1945 .Became gate vessel GV16|
|1917-1920 Trawler (Auxiliary Minesweeper)
1923-1945 Training vessel.
Call sign changed around 1923
Call sign changed around 1934
|1917-1919 Trawler (Patrol)
1939-1945. Became gate vessel GV15.
|ASSINIBOINE||D18/I18/I80||CGDF||ex HMS Kempenfelt. Call sign GACK|
|BANTIE||W04||CYRL||Examination Vessel |
|BEACON HILL||FFE303||CGJJ||Chapel W|
|BEAVER||S10/Z10||CGLF||ex Yacht Aztec. Call sign WSCP|
|BEAVER||PCS706||CZGS||Irium E||ex HMC ML106|
|BEECH LAKE||J482||CGJM or CGJV|||
|BERSIMIS||W05||VDNB||ex DPW tug |
Call sign TBLG. .
|BLUE HERON||PCS782||CGZH||Debutante E|||
|CZDW||Vicsburg U||She was always a CNAV, right from her comissioning in 1955.|
|CGLE||High Ground||ex HMS POWERFUL.|
|BORDER CITIES||J344||CGBG||Algerine Class minesweeper|
|BRAS D'OR||FHE400||CZCK||Experimental hydrofoil. 1968-1972|
1) Acadia's service:
1917 to 1919 - Auxiliary Patrol Vessel, call sign VDT.
1919 to 1939 - Research Vessel - Department of Fisheries. Call sign changed to CGFS in 1923
1939 to 1945 - Training Vessel. Call sign was CGFS during WWII.
1945 to 1975 - Call sign CGCB as Oceanographic Research Vessel
1975 to present - As a maritime museum, Halifax N.S..
2) All four Iroquois 280 class Tribals have the same call signs as their WWII namesakes.
3) The call sign changed around 1950.
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5) Was a Bangor class minesweeper J270 (1942-45). Became RCMP vessel MACLEOD call sign CGMJ and pendant MP15 from 1945 to 1950 and based in Halifax. The vessel was returned to the navy as HMCS BROCKVILLE. From 1951 until 1958, she served as a training ship and was finally broken up in 1961.
6) This vessel was one of 18 Bangor Class Minesweepers that were to be refitted and sent to Korea. Their pendant number and the call sign assigned for this deployment are listed here. It is not their previous pendant number or call sign. Only two ships were commissioned and only as training vessels for a short period - HMCS KENTVILLE and HMCS MINAS.
7) The pendant changed to RRSM in 1957 and then to CVL in January 1960.
8) BLUE HERON became RCMP BLUE HERON CGZH MP32 the only former naval vessel to join the RCMP fleet and retain
her naval name and call sign.
9) HMS Valentine had call sign GESW assigned.
10) As USS Mackenzie, call sign was NEVX .
11) This ship retained her British call sign while in RCN commission.
12) CCNO 125 dated January 30th, 1943 shows ATHABASCAN with assigned call CZGB. This may have changed to CGWM sometime between her commissiong and sinking.
13) This ship retained her pre naval Canadian Merchant call sign.
14) An examination ship meets every ship that comes near a port and inspects papers, cargo, etc., to make sure she is what she claims to be.
15) This vessel was with the RCMP Marine Section from 1931 until 1939 when she was transferred to the Navy. The RCMP had no pendant number for this vessel before the war. She ran aground and was lost at McNutt's Island near Shelburne, N.S on December 20th, 1941 while in naval service.
16) At some point in time, the RCMP named a second vessel Adversus. This vessel was transferred from the RCMP to the RCN in 1976 and became a Detachment class Patrol Vessel, pendant PB191. This PB remained in service until 1996.
17) Per CCNO 125 dated May 31, 1944
18) CCNO 125, the call sign shows as CGJV. It might be one or the other.