U.S. Embassy Remembers Fallen Comrades

Tuesday 29th, May 2012 / 10:17 Published by

Governor General Sir Arthur  Foulkes  Governor General brings remarks during the United States Embassy’s Memorial Day ceremony “Remembering Fallen Comrades” Monday, May 28 at the Clifton Memorial, Southwest New Providence.

Military Police Protection Unit

The Military Police Protection Unit of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force with their Gun Salute during the United States Embassy’s Memorial Day Ceremony “Remembering Fallen Comrades” Monday, May 28, at the Clifton Memorial, Southwest New Providence.

A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter releases a wreath into the sea during the United States Embassy’s Memorial Day Ceremony “Remembering Fallen Comrades” Monday, May 28, at the Clifton Memorial, Southwest New Providence.

U.S. Coast Guard helicopter

Governor General Sir Arthur and Lady Foulkes head the list of Officials during United States Embassy’s Memorial Day Ceremony “Remembering Fallen Comrades” Monday, May 28, at the Clifton Memorial, Southwest New Providence.

Pictured from left to right are Hubert Minnis, Leader of the Opposition; Sen. Keith Bell, Minister of State for National Security; Fred Mitchell, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration; Mrs. Dinkleman; John Dinkelman, Charge’ d’ Affaires U. S. Embassy; Mrs. Portia Nottage; Bernard Nottage, Minister of National Security and Lt. Comm. Samuel Wartell   U.S Navy is in the back row.

Bahamas Information Services
(BIS Photos / Patrick Hanna)

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