August 16th, 1964:
It was announced that the Atlantic and Pacific areas are getting new naval commanders in mid-November.
Rear-Admiral William M. Landymore, 48-year-old native of Brantford, will succeed retiring Rear-Admiral Jeffry Brock as flag officer Atlantic coast and maritime commander Atlantic.
Succeeding Rear-Admiral Landymore as flag officer Pacific and maritime commander Pacific will be Rear-Admiral Michael G. Stirling, 49, of Kelowna, B.C.
Rear-Admiral Landymore joined the Royal Canadian Navy as a cadet in 1936.
He served on the destroyer HMCS Fraser when the ship was lost in a collision at sea in June of 1940. In September of the same year he was serving on the HMCS Margaree when she was sunk in a collision in the North Atlantic.