Defence Headquarters, 15 Aug. ‘23 (RBDF): In keeping with Commander Defence Force Raymond King’s strategic objective to cultivate a high-performance workforce focused on performance excellence, members of the Royal Bahamas Training Department and New Entry 60/ Woman Entry 29 were presented with awards on 14 August, 2023 at HMBS Coral Harbour.
Training Officer, Commander Valentino Rolle and Instructors Chief Andy Deveaux, Petty Officer Denise Oliver, Petty Officer Malisha Richardson, Leading Woman Marine Thomazena Stuart, and Able Seaman Fredrick Russell, received awards from Entry 60/29, showcasing their commitment, hard work and dedication as training instructors. As their passion and continued efforts, have undoubtedly contributed to the growth and excellence of the RBDF.
Special awards were given to Woman Marine Michelle Walkine, Marine Seaman Demeris Armbrister, and Marine Seaman Logan Cartwright of Entry 60/29 by the RBDF Training Department for their exceptional fitness accomplishments during different phases of their training.
Captain Coral Harbour, Captain Glen McPhee, Department Heads and Force Chaplain, Apostle Raymond Wells, conducted presentation of awards and congratulated the recipients on their momentous achievement.
BRAVO ZULO to all the award recipients for their remarkable accomplishments. The RBDF remains dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in guarding our heritage. We are committed to upholding the highest standards as we protect and preserve the rich legacy that defines our nation.