CANADA'S NAVAL FUTURE

The National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSS)

Canada’s long-range plans for non-combatant vessels involves building new ships to replace a seriously aging fleet and those that are no longer in service such as the old Auxiliary Oiler Replenishment vessels .
Alion Canada, as part of the team led by Vancouver Shipyards, is helping to fulfill this mission with an $8 billion award under Canada’s National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSS).  The Alion Team will design and construct ships to include: the Joint Support Ship, the Canadian Coast Guard’s Offshore Fisheries Science Vessel, the Offshore Oceanographic Support Vessel and the Polar Icebreaker.
For more information on the National Shipbuilding Strategy, go to: https://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/app-acq/amd-dp/mer-sea/sncn-nss/index-eng.html

 

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PACIFIC OCEAN (Nov. 17, 2011) The decommissioned Spruance-class destroyer ex-Paul F. Foster (EDD 964) conducts a successful demonstration of shipboard alternative fuel use while underway in the Pacific Ocean on a 50-50 blend of an algae-derived, hydro-processed algal oil and petroleum F-76. Paul F. Foster has been reconfigured as the Self-Defense Test Ship to provide the Navy an at-sea, remotely controlled, engineering test and evaluation platform without the risk to personnel or operational assets. (U.S. Navy photo by Charlie Houser/Released)