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HMCS Digby (J267)

HMCS Digby (J267)
Career (Canada)
Namesake: Digby, Nova Scotia
Commissioned: 26 July 1942
Recommissioned: 1953
Decommissioned: 1958
Honours and
Atlantic 1942-44,[1] Gulf of St. Lawrence 1942, 1944.[2]
General characteristics
Class & type:
Displacement: 592 tons

Twin shaft;

2 H&W diesel engines, 2,400 bhp;
Speed: 15.5 knots

HMCS Digby (J267) was a that served in the Royal Canadian Navy. She was commissioned on 26 July 1942 and paid off on 31 July 1945. She was recommissioned from 1953-1958.[3]

She was used, along with HMCS Granby, in 1953 on Lake Ontario to test the Royal Canadian Navy's DATAR system.[4]

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