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Thunder Bay Military Museum History Series: HMCS GRIFFON
Thunder Bay Military Museum
Thunder Bay , Ontario


changes to Navy Reserves in
the late 1970s and early
1980s. It was a time when the
Reserves came into their own.
No longer did they serve to
augment the fleet of the
standing navy. Instead, they
refocused and trained
nationally to become Maritime
Coastal Defence.

   The exhibition celebrates
not only HMCS Griffon’s
adaptability but also its
long, honourable history.

   This exhibit was produced
by the Thunder Bay Military
   Authors: Chelsea
DeGagne, Project Manager
Colonel J.J. Young, Curator

Thunder Bay Naval
Association, with special
thanks to William Godfrey,
Bob Hughes, Alex Kraft,
Pentti Lund, and George
Former Wrens Association,
with special thanks to Mary
Kearney, Kathleen Gruen, and

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