RBR Go to Sea in Security Role

Troops from the Royal Bermuda Regiment are playing a vital role in maritime security at the America’s Cup.  Soldiers from Boat Troop, many of them special constables, have joined forces with the Bermuda Police Service’s Marine Unit to patrol the race course and maintain harbour security. 

AC Security Team Win Praise

Soldiers from the Royal Bermuda Regiment are at the heart of a massive security operation designed to keep the America’s Cup event safe.  The Regiment has joined forces with event organisers and island emergency services in a joint effort to safeguard the competition.

RBR Soldiers Front and Centre at AC35

Specially trained soldiers from the Royal Bermuda Regiment were out in force for the opening day of the America’s Cup on land and on the water.  Troops performed security checks on visitors at Cross Island and patrolled the waters around the venue with the Bermuda Police Service marine police.  The Regiment also provided divers for sub-sea security work around Cross Island and rescue swimmers attached to the Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service.

RBR Special Constables Sworn In

 A total of 25 Royal Bermuda Regiment soldiers were last night sworn in as Special Constables. The troops, from the RBR’s Operational Support Unit (OSU), the RBR public order specialists, took the oath of constable at the Bermuda Police headquarters, watched by family, friends and senior RBR and police officers. Now they will be deployed as part of the massive joint security effort alongside police officers from the upcoming America’s Cup.

Regiment Pitches in for Fort Cleanup

Full-time staff from the Royal Bermuda Regiment went back to their roots with a chainsaw clear-up of trees overgrowing a historic fort. A group from the RBR signed up as part of the drive to restore Fort Cunningham on Paget Island off St George’s.  Read More...

Regiment Signs New Recruits

Some 12 new recruits signed up for service in the Royal Bermuda Regiment at the weekend after an open house showcasing the roles on offer. The recruits volunteered for service in the island’s defence force after watching the various units display their skills. Read More...

Hurricane Nicole: 140 Soldiers Ready To Assist

The Royal Bermuda Regiment  has been embodied, with soldiers on standby for Hurricane Nicole ready to clear main roads for emergency vehicles, assist with emergency situations as required and respond to other tasks as directed by the EMO.  Read More...

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