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Royal Canadian Navy rescues Pacific Fleet commander with "improper conduct"

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OTTAWA — The Royal Canadian Navy states that it has released the commander of the Pacific Fleet's warships.

In a Thursday night release, the Navy states that it has lost confidence in Lt.-Cmdr's decision. David Darin of HMCS Regina.

The Navy states that it took action after a recent incident on another ship during Navy training.

No details of what happened were announced.

Admiral David Mazur, commander of the Canadian Fleet Pacific, said the case was under investigation but was associated with "inappropriate conduct."

The Navy is called Cmdr. Meghan Coates is currently B.C. He is in charge of HMS CSRegina, a Halifax class frigate based in Canadian Forces Base Esquimalt.

"The RCN expects all members to always make institutional appropriate decisions, especially if they have a clear leadership or commanding role," the Navy said in a statement. Said in.

The Navy states that Darin will play another role in the Pacific Maritime Forces at the Canadian military base Eskimalt until the investigation is complete.

This report by Canadian Press was first published on June 30, 2022