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The Navy Security Team is training at Lake Okanagan in Kelowna, British Columbia.

The Navy Security Team, part of the Canadian Army Base in Eskimalt, British Columbia, will conduct tactical and nautical training on four defense boats on Lake Okanagan in Kelowna.

Members participating in the exercise are specially trained to provide an additional layer of land and sea security called enhanced force protection to deploy the Royal Canadian Navy's assets. I am. The exercise will include approximately 20 Navy steers, crew, and support personnel.

On Monday, a convoy of four defender boats and support vehicles departed CFB Esquimalt, then rushed to Hope, British Columbia to rest the crew and then Kelowna. Head to your destination.

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The Navy Pacific has an army presence along the Trans-Canada Expressway on a BC ferry while the escort fleet heads for Kelowna. I advise that it may increase.

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The movement of major vehicles with movement is carefully planned and always meticulous to ensure public safety. Is managed by, says MFP.

When the exercise is complete, the convoy will return to CFB Esquimalt and stop again at Hope on July 9.

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