Members of the Royal Canadian Navy, government officials and the workforce at Halifax Shipyard gather to celebrate the official start of construction on AOPS 4, the future HMCS William Hall. Members of the Royal Canadian Navy, government officials and the workforce at Halifax Shipyard gather to celebrate the official start of construction on AOPS 4, the future HMCS William Hall. Members of the Royal Canadian Navy, government officials and the workforce at Halifax Shipyard gather to celebrate the official start of construction on AOPS 4, the future HMCS William Hall. Members of the Royal Canadian Navy, government officials and the workforce at Halifax Shipyard gather to celebrate the official start of construction on AOPS 4, the future HMCS William Hall. Members of the Royal Canadian Navy, government officials and the workforce at Halifax Shipyard gather to celebrate the official start of construction on AOPS 4, the future HMCS William Hall. Members of the Royal Canadian Navy, government officials and the workforce at Halifax Shipyard gather to celebrate the official start of construction on AOPS 4, the future HMCS William Hall. Members of the Royal Canadian Navy, government officials and the workforce at Halifax Shipyard gather to celebrate the official start of construction on AOPS 4, the future HMCS William Hall. Members of the Royal Canadian Navy, government officials and the workforce at Halifax Shipyard gather to celebrate the official start of construction on AOPS 4, the future HMCS William Hall. Members of the Royal Canadian Navy, government officials and the workforce at Halifax Shipyard gather to celebrate the official start of construction on AOPS 4, the future HMCS William Hall. Members of the Royal Canadian Navy, government officials and the workforce at Halifax Shipyard gather to celebrate the official start of construction on AOPS 4, the future HMCS William Hall. Members of the Royal Canadian Navy, government officials and the workforce at Halifax Shipyard gather to celebrate the official start of construction on AOPS 4, the future HMCS William Hall. Members of the Royal Canadian Navy, government officials and the workforce at Halifax Shipyard gather to celebrate the official start of construction on AOPS 4, the future HMCS William Hall. Members of the Royal Canadian Navy, government officials and the workforce at Halifax Shipyard gather to celebrate the official start of construction on AOPS 4, the future HMCS William Hall.
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AOPS 4 Official Start of Construction

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