Eighteen young men and women from the Royal Bahamas Defence Force Rangers graduated from the Antiquities, Monuments, and Museums Corporation’s Historical Military Reenactment Programmes at Fort Charlotte on Friday 12th August 2016.
The programme is a partnership between AMMC and the Royal Bahamas Defence Force’s Rangers programme. During the graduation, Rangers were dressed in uniform attire worn by British West India soldiers during the 1700s as they performed a reenactment of the Changing of the Guard Ceremony.
The newly graduated Rangers will be employed by AMMC with responsibilitg for conducting tours, performing military reenactments and assisting with security at Fort Charlotte. Both Dr. Keith Tinker, Director, AMMC and Captain Tellis Bethel, Commander Defence Force (Acting) congratulated the graduates and encouraged them to take advantage of the opportunities made available to them through the Historical Military programmes. Certificates were presented to graduates by Dr. Gail Saunders, Deputy Chairperson at AMMC and Captain Tellis Bethel.
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