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Unit History: HMCS Mackenzie

HMCS Mackenzie
HMCS Mackenzie was the lead ship of the Mackenzie-class of destroyer escorts (DDE) and served in the Royal Canadian Navy and Canadian Forces.
She was built by Canadian Vickers Ltd. in Montreal and commissioned into the RCN on 6 October 1962.  Complement: 228
She spent her entire career on the Pacific coast, largely as a training ship.
HMCS Mackenzie was decommissioned from Maritime Command on 3 August 1993.
The hull was purchased by the Artificial Reef Society of British Columbia in March and scuttled on 16 September 1995 near Isle-de-Lis and Gooch Island, in the Georgia Strait off Sidney, British Columbia.

Active From: 1962 - 1993

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