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... CCGS Sir William Alexander is a Canadian Coast Guard Ship classed a "High Endurance Multi-Tasked Vessel -Light icebreaker, which includes task such as ... She is named after Scottish explorer Sir William Alexander, 1st Earl of Stirling, who was an early colonizer of Nova Scotia ...
... Sir David Attenborough (born 1926), English natural history presenter and anthropologist ... Alexander Graham Bell (1847–1922), Eminent scientist, inventor, engineer and innovator who is credited with inventing the first practical telephone ... John William Draper (1811–1882) American (English-born) scientist, philosopher, physician, chemist, historian and photographer ...
... to Hurricane Katrina On September 6, 2005, CCGS Sir William Alexander left Halifax Harbour, together with the warships HMCS Athabaskan, HMCS Ville de Quebec and HMCS Toronto, to participate in a humanitarian ... The Sir William Alexander participated in the mission as a supply vessel, and also to effect repairs to aids to navigation (navaids) and provide a more suitable staging platform for relief ... The decision to assign Sir William Alexander to the Operation UNISON task force was unprecedented in Canadian Coast Guard history as no icebreaker from the service has ...
... Ville de Québec (FFH 332)—along with the Coast Guard vessel CCGS Sir William Alexander and three Sea King helicopters and one BO-105 helicopter to the area ... UNISON task force would be returning to Halifax, leaving the CCGS Sir William Alexander to continue its mission of clearing navigation hazards and repairing buoys ... CCGS Sir William Alexander returned to Canada on October 24 ...
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