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HMCS MICMAC was a Tribal class destroyer commissioned on September 12, 1945. Alone in her class, she never fired a single shot in anger.  Initially wearing pennant R10, then DDE214, she served as a training ship for her entire service life until she was paid off in February 1964.
This page, developed and maintained by Jerry Proc,  is dedicated to the late Walter Emery,  C1ERA (Ret'd)  who provided the most inspiration for it's development and to those men who were killed in the 1947 collision with the SS Yarmouth County.

Former shipmates are encouraged to  show honour to their ship by writing something of their service for inclusion in this web page. The RCN photo of MICMAC entering Portsmouth Harbour was colourized by Don Dawson.

Copyright © 2003-2011
To contact the web master:jerry.proc@sympatico.ca

To contact the Navy League Cadets Corps Micmac #48, select here.

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