RBR's Newest Soldiers Celebrate

A total of 23 new soldiers today (FRI) passed out of the Royal Bermuda Regiment’s first summer recruit camp. The soldiers were cheered on by friends and family as they marched on to Warwick Camp’s parade ground to be presented with their rank badges – and prizes for the outstanding recruits and instructors.

RBR Recruits Tackle Assault Course

New recruits to the Royal Bermuda Regiment today (SUN) marked the halfway mark of their basic training with a grueling race around the Warwick Camp assault course.

Recruits Drilling it Down at RBR

The island’s newest soldiers today (FRI) spent the day perfecting their drill and weapons safety. Recruits at the Royal Bermuda Regiment’s first summer Recruit Camp practiced their drill moves and worked with SA-80 rifles in preparation for their visit to the firing range next week.

Governor Visits Summer Recruits at RBR

The Governor paid a visit to the Royal Bermuda Regiment’s first summer recruit camp yesterday. John Rankin, Commander-in-Chief of the RBR, chatted with the service’s newest soldiers, toured Warwick camp and inspected new vehicles brought in to boost the capabilities of the island’s defence force.

New Soldiers Join First Summer Recruit Camp

The Royal Bermuda Regiment welcomed 24 new recruits to its first summer camp today. The rookie soldiers will spend the next two weeks learning the basics of military life in preparation for a choice of special roles at the end of their training.

Soldiers Set Sail for Cayman

Two Royal Bermuda Regiment soldiers have started an intensive nautical skills course in the Cayman Islands run by the Royal Navy.

RBR Troops Hone Their Skills in One-Week Camp

Royal Bermuda Regiment soldiers completed a one week camp at the weekend designed to train troops for emergency roles. Signallers practised setting up a communications network in the wake of a hurricane, while others re-qualified as Special Constables.

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