A delegation from the Rhode Island National Guard, led by Family Readiness System Director Colonel Sharon Harmon, convened a crucial meeting with officials from the Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department including the representative of the Family Support Organization on February 14, 2024, at HMBS Coral Harbour.

The primary focus of this collaborative encounter was to explore potential programs and system enhancements for the organization. The delegation initiated a comprehensive scoping assessment to identify opportunities for future engagements and resource requirements, aiming to fortify the evolving needs of the RBDF.

Acknowledging the importance of decentralization and forward-deployment, all parties emphasized the necessity for a resilient support network comprising diverse programs and services tailored to meet the needs of military personnel and their families.

This visit demonstrated a commitment to collaboration and the exchange of innovative ideas, underscoring the shared goal of refining and enhancing support systems for military personnel. The engagement serves as a foundational step for future initiatives dedicated to ensuring the well-being and morale of the dedicated men and women serving in the Royal Bahamas Defence Force.

The leadership of the RBDF led by Commodore Raymond King values the personnel readiness and wellbeing of its members as vital command priorities.

Photographer: Woman Marine Raven Hepburn

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