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A Royal Canadian Navy Historical Project

MASSET

NRS, HMCS, CFS

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Naval Radio Station (NRS) Masset became active on 23 February 1943 as a HFDF intercept station and a relay station for ship-to-shore communications. At war's end, Masset was placed into caretaker status until reactivated in 1949 under call sign CFS. From 1949 to somewhere around 1957, the station was known as NRS Masset. Between 1957 and July 11, 1966 it was called HMC NRS. After that, the name became CFS (Canadian Forces Station) Masset and was part of the Canadian Forces Supplementary Radio System. The station's motto is "SINE DUBIO SINE MORA" meaning "Without doubt without delay".

 

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