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BPS: 28-Year-Old Man Stabbed At Warwick Camp

BPS: 28-Year-Old Man Stabbed At Warwick Camp

[Updated] A 28-year-old man is listed in serious condition in the ICU following a stabbing early yesterday, and the police initially said it took place in Warwick, however today the police said details “are emerging that suggest the incident took place at Warwick Camp in the Royal Bermuda Regiment’s Corporal’s Mess.” A police spokesperson... Read more of this article

Ladies Drill & Rifle Team Ready For Parade

Ladies Drill & Rifle Team Ready For Parade

A ladies’ drill and rifle team set up with help from the Royal Bermuda Regiment is set to take part at the annual Bermuda Day parade. Run by RBR Sergeant Debbie Symons, the 25-strong Bermuda Rifle and Drill Team will take second spot in the line-up for the annual extravaganza. And Sgt Symons said the third year of marching for the team would see some... Read more of this article

Photos: Canadian Navy Vessels Visit St George’s

Photos: Canadian Navy Vessels Visit St George’s

Two vessels from the Royal Canadian Navy are currently visiting the island and can be seen berthed at Penno’s Wharf in St. George’s. The Royal Canadian Navy website says, “The Kingston-class Maritime Coastal Defence Vessels [MCDVs] are multi-role minor war vessels with a primary mission of coastal surveillance and patrol including... Read more of this article

70+ Runners Turn Out For Regiment Run

70+ Runners Turn Out For Regiment Run

More than 70 runners yesterday [May 15] turned out for Royal Bermuda Regiment charity run around St George’s. Adult runners joined younger ones as well as walkers for the RBR Charity Breakfast Run, aimed at raising cash for cancer care charity PALS. Sergeant Major James Self, co-director of the event, said: “It went really well – we changed the... Read more of this article

Regiment To Host A Charity 10K Run On Sunday

Regiment To Host A Charity 10K Run On Sunday

The Royal Bermuda Regiment will this weekend host a charity 10k run around historic St George’s. And – for the first time – the event will be used to raise funds for good causes, with cancer care charity PALS the first beneficiary. RBR orderly room clerk Corporal Chris Matvey, joint race director with Sergeant Major James Self, said the annual... Read more of this article

Regiment Soldiers Return Home From Jamaica

Regiment Soldiers Return Home From Jamaica

Bermuda’s soldiers returned home at the weekend after two weeks of tough training in the jungle of Jamaica. And the theory was put into practice in a large-scale final exercise at the end of last week, which involved battle tactics and fording a river. Welcome home: Sgt Maj Luis Pereira is greeted by daughter Sophie at the airport after two weeks... Read more of this article

Photos: Bermuda Regiment Trains In Jamaica

Photos: Bermuda Regiment Trains In Jamaica

More than 200 troops from the Royal Bermuda Regiment [RBR] recently took part in two weeks of intensive training in Jamaica, taking part in a number of activities while visiting the island. The soldiers, together with officers from the Bermuda Police Service and St John Ambulance personnel, settled into the unfamiliar surroundings last month. While... Read more of this article

Final Camp For 30-Year Regiment Veteran

Final Camp For 30-Year Regiment Veteran

The RBR’s overseas camp in Jamaica is the last post for veteran Sergeant Major Arnold Allen. For the initially reluctant soldier, the trip marks the end of a Regiment career spanning more than three decades. But Sgt Maj. Allen, 58, a senior NCO with the Regimental Police, will keep part of his title – because when he returns he will take up a full-time... Read more of this article

RBR Soldiers Ride The Rio Grande In Jamaica

RBR Soldiers Ride The Rio Grande In Jamaica

Royal Bermuda Regiment soldiers enjoyed a morning out on the water today [May 3] to experience a raft-up – Jamaican style. Troops from Support Company took a break from tough training in the heat, mud and mosquitoes of the Jamaican jungle to enjoy a raft trip on the Rio Grande river. Lance Corporal Sandy Benevides, a storeman in Quartermasters’... Read more of this article

Regiment Soldiers Train In Jungles Of Jamaica

Regiment Soldiers Train In Jungles Of Jamaica

Bermuda’s soldiers completed days of gruelling jungle training in Jamaica, and they put what they learned into practice in a final shakeout before a massive final training exercise tomorrow and Wednesday. Pte Jordan Fubler, a member of the Operational Support Unit [OSU] will today celebrate his 20th birthday in the mud and mosquitoes of the Jamaican... Read more of this article

Governor & Senator Visit Regiment In Jamaica

Governor & Senator Visit Regiment In Jamaica

The Royal Bermuda Regiment played host to a flying visit over the weekend.Governor George Fergusson and junior Minister for National Security Jeff Baron toured the sites in Jamaica used by the RBR for its annual training exercise. Mr Fergusson and Senator Baron visited Twickenham ranges near the capital Up Park Camp, the HQ of the Jamaican Defence Force... Read more of this article

Regiment Chefs Feed 200 Soldiers In Jamaica

Regiment Chefs Feed 200 Soldiers In Jamaica

They say if you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen but, for the chefs of the Royal Bermuda Regiment in hot Jamaica, deserting their posts with more than 200 hungry soldiers to feed three times a day, is not an option. At Titchfield Camp in Port Antonio, the base for soldiers rotating through for jungle warfare training, run with assistance... Read more of this article