Sunday, November 29, 2020

RBDF Lends a Helping Hand to Retired Officers Affected by Hardships of COVID-19

The Royal Bahamas Defence Force distributed bags of groceries to assist retired officers of the force and the families of marine officers who died.

The Royal Bahamas Defence Force Veterans Association teamed up with the force’s Veterans Affair Department to distribute over 100 parcels to provide relief to its members affected by the hardships of COVID-19.

RBDF Veterans Association assists Former Comrades
RBDF Photos: Able Seaman Fredrick Russell
RBDF Photos: Able Seaman Fredrick Russell

Spearheaded by President of the Veterans Association, Chief Petty Officer (Retired) Harold Bosfield said, “During these times of uncertainty, we thought it fitting to provide some relief of need, hardship or distress to our members.

“It is but a little gesture, but as a former member of the Defence Force, we are still one family.”

Commodore Raymond King commended the RBDF Veterans Association for their support to veterans and former comrades.

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