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Richard Gravel

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Opertech Consulting Ltd.

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Employment History

Captain, Royal Canadian Navy

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Senior Engineer

National Defence


Director of Senior and Strategic Studies

Canadian Forces College


Combat Systems Engineering Officer

HMCS Saguenay


Fleet Combat Systems Engineering Officer

Destroyer Squadrons One


Section Head

Action Information Organization


Deputy Chief of Staff Engineering Operations

Maritime Forces Atlantic


Commander

National Command Element


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Board of Directors

www.naausamembers.com [cached]

Captain Richard Gravel
Canadian Defense Liaison Staff Washington 501 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington, DC 20001 Tel : (202) 682-7628 e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.


www.cdfai.org

Speaking at DEFSEC Atlantic, Capt (N) Richard Gravel, commanding officer for Fleet Maintenance Facility Cape Scott in Halifax, said the maritime service needs replacements.
Take its aging auxiliary oiler replenishment ships. "We need the JSS (Joint Support Ship)," he said. "I think we've given HMCS Preserver her last refit - three times now. And the Canadian Patrol Frigates, designed in the '80s and built in the '90s, "aren't new ships anymore," he noted, though the Navy still expects many more good years of service from them. "We need to start thinking about the next watch." Canada has been close to cutting steel on more than one occasion, but now it needs to actually do it, Gravel said.


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Speaking at DEFSEC Atlantic, Capt (N) Richard Gravel, commanding officer for Fleet Maintenance Facility Cape Scott in Halifax, said the maritime service needs replacements.
Take its aging auxiliary oiler replenishment ships. "We need the JSS (Joint Support Ship)," he said. "I think we've given HMCS Preserver her last refit - three times now. And the Canadian Patrol Frigates, designed in the '80s and built in the '90s, "aren't new ships anymore," he noted, though the Navy still expects many more good years of service from them. "We need to start thinking about the next watch." Canada has been close to cutting steel on more than one occasion, but now it needs to actually do it, Gravel said.


SITREP October/November | Vanguard Magazine

vanguardcanada.com [cached]

Speaking at DEFSEC Atlantic in September, Capt (N) Richard Gravel, commanding officer for Fleet Maintenance Facility Cape Scott in Halifax, said the maritime service needs replacements.
Take its aging auxiliary oiler replenishment ships. "We need the JSS (Joint Support Ship)," he said. "I think we've given HMCS Preserver her last refit - three times now. And the Canadian Patrol Frigates, designed in the '80s and built in the '90s, "aren't new ships anymore," he noted, though the navy still expects many more good years of service from them. "We need to start thinking about the next watch." Canada has been close to cutting steel on more than one occasion, but now it needs to actually do it, Gravel said.


www.navalrepairrefit.com

Captain Richard Gravel, Canadian Forces


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