RBR Equipment Sails to Caribbean

A massive logistics ship has been loaded with Royal Bermuda Regiment trucks and equipment headed for a major disaster relief exercise in the Caribbean. The Royal Fleet Auxiliary ship Mounts Bay will transport the RBR gear to the Dominican Republic and on to St Vincent & the Grenadines for the multinational disaster training Exercise Tradewinds, to be carried out over May and June.

Leadership Masterclass for RBR

A British Army General responsible for commissioning more than 1000 officers and who wrote the book on military leadership has shared his expertise with the Royal Bermuda Regiment.

RBR Commando Joint Training

More than 20 soldiers from the British Army’s elite 24 Commando Royal Engineers are to spend a week helping to hone the disaster relief skills of the Royal Bermuda Regiment in the run-up to hurricane season.

RBR Support is Triathlon Gold

Soldiers stepped in today (SAT) to help an international triathlon competition go without a hitch. A total of 35 troops from the Royal Bermuda Regiment provided security and acted as marshals around the MS Amlin World Triathlon competition based in Hamilton.

ANZAC Gallipoli Sacrifice Remembered

The heroic performance of soldiers from Australia and New Zealand  in the ill-fated World War I Gallipoli campaign was marked at the Royal Bermuda Regiment’s Warwick Camp today (THURS).

RBR On Peppercorn Parade

More than 60 soldiers of the Royal Bermuda Regiment were on parade today (WEDS) for the traditional Peppercorn Ceremony in St George’s.  The troops and the RBR Band & Corps of Drums added to the spectacle as the Masonic Lodge of St George’s paid the annual rent for the State House – one peppercorn.

RBR Host Joint Forces Media and IO Training

US NORTHCOM and the UK MOD sponsored a week-long Subject Matter Expert Exchange hosted by the RBR to enhance the regiment’s Directed Imagery, Information Operations, and Operational Security capability 11-15 February 2019.

All Change for Aide de Camp

A new Aide-de-Camp to the Governor has started his tour of duty at Government House.

Lieutenant Alex Gibbs of the Royal Bermuda Regiment will take over the role of Governor John Rankin’s right hand man from Captain Paolo Odoli, who is standing down after more than three years in the job.

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