Abu Dhabi: Her Majesty's Canadian Ship Toronto (HMCS) was scheduled to dock on Sunday at 6:30 at Mina Zayed to take part in the Naval Defence Exhibition (NAVDEX), said the Canadian embassy.
What does HMCS stand for?
HMCS stands for Her Majesty's Canadian Ship (Canada)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 19 other meanings of HMCS in our Acronym Attic
- Huntsville-Madison County Public Library (Huntsville, Alabama)
- Hattam McCarthy Reeves (Australia)
- Here's My Card Records (Toronto, Canada record label)
- High Mill Church of the Resurrection (Canton, OH, USA)
- Huntsville and Madison County Railroad Authority (Alabama)
- Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy (San Francisco, CA)
- Hazardous Materials Control Research Institute
- Harmonised Mandatory Control System
- Hawaiian Mission Children's Society (est. 1852)
- Helmet Mounting Cueing System
- Her Majesty's Colonial Ship
- Her Majesty's Courts Service (UK)
- Her/His Majesty's Canadian Ship
- High Maltose Corn Syrup
- His/Her Majesty's Civil Service
- Huygens Monitor and Control System (US NASA)
- Hydrometrocolpos, Postaxial Polydactyly, and Congenital Heart Malformation
- Senior Chief Hospital Corpsman (Naval Rating)
- Hybrid Multi-Configuration Self-Consistent Field
- Her Majesty's Colonial Steam Sloop (Australian warship)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Her Majesty's Canadian Ship (HMCS) Toronto will deploy early this year until the fall of 2013 with a crew rotation during the deployment contributing to the multinational coalition fleet conducting maritime security operations in the Arabian Sea region.
20 ( ANI ): Her Majesty's Canadian Ship (HMCS) Regina will visit Kochi in Kerala, on August 21.
On the morning of 3 June 2008, just after Canadian Commodore Bob Davidson assumed command of Combined Task Force 150 from French Rear Admiral Jean-Louis Kerignard, one of Canada's Sea King helicopters, embarked in Her Majesty's Canadian Ship Calgary, intervened in an ongoing piracy attack on a commercial vessel transiting the Gulf of Aden, approximately 65 nautical miles off the coast of Somalia.
They argued that, since all Canadian naval vessels retained their designations as Her Majesty's Canadian Ships and that all serving members still take their oath of allegiance to the Queen, it defied logic as to why the term "Royal" would have been disused.