Defence Headquarters, 24 OCT. ‘23 (RBDF): The Royal Bahamas Defence Force recently had a courtesy call by Lieutenant Colonel Kevin Baker, the Non-Resident Canadian Defence Advisor to Barbados, to Commander Defence Force, Commodore Raymond King. This visit marks a milestone in strengthening the international ties and cooperation between Canada and The Royal Bahamas Defence Force.
Lieutenant Colonel Kevin Baker, known for his expertise in defense and military affairs, met with Commodore King at Defence Headquarters. The discussions between these military leaders revolved around shared interests, collaborative training, and defense strategies.
During this visit, Lieutenant Colonel Kevin Baker expressed his appreciation for the ongoing relationship between Canada and The Royal Bahamas Defence Force and the opportunity to engage in productive dialogue. He highlighted the importance of international collaboration in addressing contemporary security challenges and the shared commitment to maintaining peace and stability in the region.
Commander Defence Force, Raymond King welcomed Lieutenant Colonel Kevin Baker and acknowledged the invaluable contributions of Canada in promoting global security and regional stability. The meeting served as a platform for the exchange of ideas and experiences, reinforcing the bonds of friendship and cooperation between the two nations.
As the Royal Bahamas Defence Force continues to work tirelessly to safeguard national interests and regional security, this courtesy call further underscores the commitment to fostering partnerships and collaborating with international allies. The Royal Bahamas Defence Force looks forward to continued collaboration with Lieutenant Colonel Kevin Baker and Canada in pursuit of shared defense and security objectives.