One Hundred twenty-six (126) recruits from New Entry 61/30 eagerly engaged in a community service initiative in the Coral Harbour community this past weekend. Led by Force Chief Petty Officer Quentin Burrows, the recruits took part in a community cleanup effort, demonstrating their commitment to service and community engagement.

The community service day was a part of the recruits’ training designed to instill core values of teamwork, responsibility, and civic duty from the outset of their careers.

The initiative received positive feedback from local residents, who appreciated the recruits’ efforts and their willingness to contribute to Coral Harbour’s well-being. Such initiatives not only strengthen community ties but also foster a spirit of collaboration between the RBDF and the areas it serves.

Under the leadership of Commander Defence Force, Commodore Raymond E. King, the Royal Bahamas Defence Force exemplifies its commitment to be a responsible corporate citizenship through a range of extensive outreach initiatives and projects. These endeavors aim to strengthen community relations, positively impact individuals, and contribute to the development of thriving communities.

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.

(RBDF Photos by Able Woman Marine Raquel Miller)

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