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New panel displays celebrating the Bermuda Regiment's 50th Anniversary have been unveiled outside the General Post Office in Hamilton.

Postmaster General Wayne Smith, a retired Major, said: “Today, the Bermuda Post Office commemorates the Bermuda Regiment's 50 Years of service to the Island and people of Bermuda with the unveiling a new panel display illustrating the roles and traditions of our Regiment. The display highlights the treasured aspects of Bermuda's culture and heritage

“I congratulate the past and current serving members of the Bermuda Regiment and recognise their valuable contribution over 50 years.”

Meanwhile Premier Michael Dunkley praised the Regiment's hard work and contributions to the community.

“For 50 years, the Bermuda Regiment has been a critical part of Bermuda's security infrastructure, a fact demonstrated recently by their tireless efforts getting the island back up and running after hurricanes Fay and Gonzalo.

“As the Minister of National Security, I work very closely with the Bermuda Regiment and I am proud to call them colleagues in our mutual goal to protect our island each and every day. I thank them for their important contribution to the island which includes not only their internal security role, but as guardians of tradition and culture and as a driving force for social integration.”

The committee for the Bermuda Regiment's 50th Anniversary, unveils a new panel display outside of the Bermuda General Post Office, with five images depicting the Bermuda Regiment, in celebration of their 50th year servicing the island. (left to right) Douglas Roberts and Cournal Eugene Raynor. (Photo by Nicola Muirhead)
The committee for the Bermuda Regiment's 50th Anniversary, unveils a new panel display outside of the Bermuda General Post Office, with five images depicting the Bermuda Regiment, in celebration of their 50th year servicing the island. Lt Col Michael EE Foster-Brown stands next to the display of Regiment stamps. (Photo by Nicola Muirhead)
The committee for the Bermuda Regiment's 50th Anniversary, unveils a new panel display outside of the Bermuda General Post Office, with five images depicting the Bermuda Regiment, in celebration of their 50th year servicing the island. (Photo by Nicola Muirhead)
Premier Michael Dunkley greets members of the Regiment at the unveiling of the new panel display outside the Bermuda General Post Office, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Bermuda Regiments' services on the island (Photo by Nicola Muirhead)
The committee for the Bermuda Regiment's 50th Anniversary, unveils a new panel display outside of the Bermuda General Post Office, with five images depicting the Bermuda Regiment, in celebration of their 50th year servicing the island. Lt Col Michael EE Foster-Brown stands next to the display of Regiment stamps. (Photo by Nicola Muirhead)
The committee for the Bermuda Regiment's 50th Anniversary, unveils a new panel display outside of the Bermuda General Post Office, with five images depicting the Bermuda Regiment, in celebration of their 50th year servicing the island. Lt Col Michael EE Foster-Brown stands next to the display of Regiment stamps. (Photo by Nicola Muirhead)

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Published April 16, 2015 at 5:18 pm (Updated April 17, 2015 at 1:18 am)

Panels celebrating Regiment unveiled

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