Post War Years

Post World War II Bermuda was full of military activity with the continuing garrisons, the active HM Dockyard under the Royal Navy and the well-established bases of the Americans and later the Canadians. Within a dozen or so years, the advent of the so-called Cold War had changed the face of the world, including Bermuda.

The gun defences of Bermuda were becoming as outdated as the role itself and in 1953 the BMA were re-equipped and trained as infantry although they proudly retained their Royal Artillery allegiance, uniform and badge. The BVRC was also reformed into the Bermuda Rifles

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