Island troops on an aid mission to storm-ravaged Turks & Caicos yesterday hit the ground running after a second hit by Hurricane Maria. The Royal Bermuda Regiment soldiers, deployed to the Caribbean country’s Grand Turk island after Hurricane Irma earlier this month caused devastation, this morning (FRI) cleared roads to key emergency service centres and delivered supplies after Category 3 Maria hit in the early hours of the morning.
Bermuda troops on a mercy mission to hurricane-devastated Turks & Caicos last night (THURS) braced themselves for a second storm. Hurricane Maria is expected to impact Grand Turk in the early hours of tomorrow (FRI) – and island soldiers raced against time to prepare themselves and the local population for a second wave of damage.
Military musicians from the Royal Bermuda Regiment have wowed audiences at a major Highland festival and tattoo in Colorado. And the RBR’s Director of Music Major Dwight Robinson was given the honour of taking the salute on Thursday night at the Long’s Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Festival at Estes Park by event president Dr James Durward.