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Regiment Recruit camp inspected by Public Safety Minister Dunkley

Public Safety Minister Michael Dunkley visited Warwick Camp on the second day of Recruit Camp 2012.

Accompanied by Junior Minister Sen Jeffery Baron, Mr Dunkley met with recruits and was given an update on their progress by Bermuda Regiment Commanding Officer Lt Col Brian Gonsalves.

Mr Dunkley also met with Training Company leader Capt Duncan Simons and his second in command Lt Shea Smith.

Minister Dunkley said, “The annual Camp is off to a good start. The Recruits have positive attitudes and the training staff is already hard at work developing the necessary skills.

“It was a pleasure to meet some of the young men and women who have just started their military training and I am looking forward to seeing the results of these intensive two weeks at the passing out parade.”

The day’s activities also included Minister Dunkley and Sen Baron enjoying a reception hosted by the Regimental Sergeant Major W01 Gavin Rayner followed by lunch in the Officers Mess with the Commanding Officer and his senior officers.

One hundred and fourteen people have signed up for the two week recruit camp.

Photo by the Department of Communications and Information Minister of Public Safety, Michael Dunkley, and Junior Minister Sen Jeffrey Baron, attended Warwick Camp to visit this year’s new recruits yesterday. Here they are shown sharing a laugh with just some of the 114 recruits.

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Published January 15, 2013 at 8:00 am (Updated January 14, 2013 at 11:35 pm)

Regiment Recruit camp inspected by Public Safety Minister Dunkley

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