It is reported that the names of the class AOPS ships for the Canadian Navy have already been selected. The ships will be named after those who showed themselves during the service on navy famous people in Canada. The lead patrol ship of this project will be called the "Harry DeWolf."
For reference: Harry DeWolf (aka Henry George DeWolf) is the vice-admiral of the Canadian fleet, who showed himself during the Second World War and, as the Canadians themselves report, "during the Cold War." DeWolf commanded (at different times) warships of the Canadian Navy. In 50, he worked at the Canadian Embassy in the United States as a leading military adviser. Subsequently, he was appointed commander of the main headquarters of the naval forces of the country.
The names for the other ships of the Arctic class of the Canadian Navy are: “Margaret Brooke”, “Max Bernays”, “William Hall” and “Frederick Rolette”.
The contract provides for the following deadlines for the delivery of AOPS class ships: “Harry DeWolf” should be commissioned by the Canadian Navy in the 2018 year. The last ship of the series is in 2023.