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Commodore Tellis Bethel Welcomes Commanding Officers and Ships’ Companies back to Coral Harbour

1#Bahamas, September 12, 2017 – Nassau – The almost 200 officers and marines spent almost 4 days at sea under adverse stormy weather conditions during a recent hurricane avoidance exercise.

All ships returned safely from sea and are now shifting their operations into disaster relief and recovery mode as they now prepare for redeployment to affected Family Islands. Commodore Bethel thanked the men and women for their hard work and dedication at a time when their country needs them most.

RBDF Photo 1 shows: Commodore Tellis Bethel along with his Senior Officers including the Commanding Officers of several RBDF patrol crafts and the RBDF Headquarters Force Chief.

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RBDF Photo 2 shows: Commodore Tellis Bethel welcomes Senior Lieutenant Bertram Bowleg, Commanding Officer, HMBS Lignum Vitae to the Coral Harbour Base. He was onboard one of several Defence Force crafts which returned after spending 4 days at sea during a recent hurricane avoidance exercise.

 

 

3RBDF Photo 3 shows: Commodore Tellis Bethel welcomes Lieutenant Ricardo McQueen, Executive Officer, HMBS Madeira to the Coral Harbour Base. He was onboard one of several Defence Force crafts which returned after spending 4 days at sea.

 

 

 

5RBDF Photo 5 shows: One of several Defence Force patrol craft berthing at HMBS Coral Harbour after spending 4 days at sea.

(Photos courtesy RBDF Public Relations Section)

 

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