British Army hands over Trucks to BDF
Friday, July 12th, 2013
Press Release- Ministry of National Security, July 10th-
The Belize Defense Force today received a total of Seventeen (17) Four-Ton Trucks from the British Army Training Support Unit Belize (BATSUB).
The Handover took place at a short ceremony this afternoon in which the main speakers were British High Commissioner in Belize His Excellency Mr. Pat Ashworth and CEO in Belize’s Ministry of National Security Colonel (Ret.) George Lovell. Mr. Ashworth said his Government is pleased to be able to make the donation to the Belize Defense Force; and CEO Lovell said the Belize Government is very grateful for the assistance which will go a long way in enabling the BDF to transport its troops.
Receiving the donation from the British High Commissioner was Commander of the Belize Defense Force Brigadier General David Jones.
The Handover ceremony took place at the BDF Headquarters, Price Barracks, Ladyville.
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