In keeping with the Commander Defence Force Commodore Raymond King’s strategic intent of deepening levels of collaboration, cooperation, and coordination between the law enforcement agencies as a Force Multiplier against criminality and transnational threats, members of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force, The Royal Bahamas Police Force, The Bahamas Department of Correctional Services, and The Department of Immigration recently completed the Information Operations Combat Camera Training at Defence Headquarters, John F. Kennedy Drive. Combat Camera (COMCAM) is a force enabler made up of visual information professionals who are skilled at using still and motion imagery, to document operations for historical purposes and to integrate into the operations to support assigned missions.The two-week training was coordinated and conducted by Petty Officer Al Rahming and Able Seaman Michael Turner II, was done in two phases Combat Camera Photography and Combat Camera Videography. As a result of the training the participants are better equipped with directed imagery capabilities whether it be for field reconnaissance informing the public or for historical documentation.The training included both theoretical and practical aspects and covered topics such as Camera Systems, Photography and Videography Principles, Storytelling, Shooting Techniques, Operations Security, and Information Operations Concepts. This training was comprehensive and is aimed at building capacity and strengthening capabilities of all agencies involved.During a brief certificate ceremony at Defence Headquarters, John F. Kennedy Drive in the Minister’s Conference Room on Friday August 26, 2022, the successful participants were given words of encouragement by The Hon. Wayne Munroe Q.C Minister of National Security who congratulated the participants for accepting the challenge and working together in camaraderie to execute the skills taught to use within each of their respective organizations. Also in attendance were The Commander Defence Force, Commodore Raymond King and his Executive team, Deputy Commissioner of Police Dr. Loretta Mackey, Chief Superintendent Chrislyn Skippings, Assistant Commissioner of Corrections James Simmons, and Deputy Director of Immigration Dwight Beneby.Successful participants included Lieutenant Danielle Morley, Leading Seaman Rayvon Nixon, Able Woman Marine Raquel Miller, Marine Seaman Calvin Brown, Marine Seaman Ricky Sealy, Inspector Mario Darrell, Detective Sergeant Austin Bowles, Woman Corporal Camille Johnson, Corrections Officer Deval Kirby, Corrections Officer James Strachan, Immigration Gr II Officer Charlos Curtis, and Immigration Recruit Ashley CollieThe Royal Bahamas Defence Force continues to seek ways of enhancing the knowledge of its members to be better poised to enforce the mandate of the RBDF.