Regiment on exercise this weekend

  • Royal Bermuda Regiment troops at assault course (File photograph)

    Royal Bermuda Regiment troops at assault course (File photograph)

Troops will be out in force at a telecoms business this weekend as they practise public-order skills.

Sixty soldiers from the Royal Bermuda Regiment are to take part in an exercise at the Link Bermuda headquarters in Devonshire.

The manoeuvres are part of training to protect key points around the island.

No disruption to traffic or homes in the area was expected.

Major Preston Gill, who will command the exercise, said: “We are always grateful for the support the RBR receives from the people we work to protect and no one need feel alarmed if they see soldiers on manoeuvres in and around Link Bermuda on Saturday and Sunday.”

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Published Feb 6, 2019 at 8:00 am (Updated Feb 6, 2019 at 8:05 am)

Regiment on exercise this weekend

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