NEW DEFENCE FORCE VESSELS

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on reddit
Share on whatsapp
Share on email
generic viagra discount times;”>On Friday 18 March, viagra capsule the 187-foot, multifunctional cargo carrier, HMBS Lawrence Major, along with two 98-foot patrol vessels, HMBS Lignum Vitae and HMBS Cascarilla, joined the HMBS Arthur Dion Hanna, the HMBS Durward Knowles, the HMBS Leon Smith and the HMBS Rolly Gray as seven of the nine ships that will comprise the service’s modern fleet, according to The Tribune.

#The HMBS Lawrence Major was named in honour of the late Lawrence Whitfield Major, a lifelong seaman turned maritime law enforcement officer. Mr Major joined the Royal Bahamas Police Force in 1950 and became a well-respected public servant, eventually taking charge of the newly formed Police Marine Division in 1971, which later became the Royal Bahamas Defence Force.

The photos are by the Nassau Guardian’s Ahvia Campbell. 
RBDF Commissioning Ceremony 1 - GENERAL CAPTION RBDF Commissioning Ceremony 1 RBDF Commissioning Ceremony 2 RBDF Commissioning Ceremony 3 The RBDF HMBS Lignum Vitae. The RBDF HMBS Lawrence Major was commissioned during the ceremony. The RBDF HMBS Cascarilla. RBDF Commissioning Ceremony 14