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Posted: Thursday, September 23, 2021. 8:29 pm CST.

By Benjamin Flowers: This week officers from the Belize Defense Force, Belize Coast Guard, and the Belize Police Department participated in the first Commissioning Course Short (Overseas) Belize 21/1, facilitated by the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.

A total of 24 officer cadets took part in the training: 14 from the Belize Defence Force, 08 from the Belize Coast Guard, and 02 from the Belize Police Department, attended the training course which was held at the Sir Colville Young Parade Square, Price Barracks, in Ladyville.

“Their training included multiple courses focused on a wide array of critical skills such as command, leadership, military tactics, and personnel management,” the BDF said. “The cadets’ final five-week training culminated with the Short Commissioning Course. As they have reached a significant milestone in their chosen career, they will each receive their first commissioned rank within their respective organization.”

Governor-General of Belize, HE, Froyla Tzalam was present at the Sovereign’s Parade held on Monday, where the cadets were accompanied by Grenadier Band from the British Army and
Minister of State in the Ministry of National Defense and Border Security Oscar Mira gave the keynote speech.

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