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Launch of the Historical Military Re-enactment and Living History programme in pictorial
Sep 28, 2013 - 9:42:07 AM

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Members of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force stand at attention during the launch of the Historical Military Re-enactment and Living History program me at Fort Charlotte put on by the National Museum of The Bahamas (Antiquities, Monuments and Museums Corporation on Wednesday, September 25. (BIS Photo/Derek Smith).

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Royal Bahamas Defence Force Commodore, Roderick Bowe, is pictured during an Inspection of the Guard of members of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force dressed in West India Regiment garb, at the launch of the Historical Military Re-enactment and Living History programme at Fort Charlotte on Wednesday, September 25. (BIS Photo/Derek Smith).

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Uniformed personnel are pictured marching at historic Fort Charlotte during the launch of the Historical Military Re-enactment and Living History programme, organised by National Museum of The Bahamas (Antiquities, Monuments and Museums Corporation. (BIS photo/Derek Smith).

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Uniformed personnel are pictured in period costume and sunset colours, at the National Museum of The Bahamas (Antiquities, Monuments and Museums Corporation’s) launch of the Historical Military Re-enactment and Living History programme. (BIS photo/Derek Smith).

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Members of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force stand at attention during the National Museum of The Bahamas (Antiquities, Monuments and Museums Corporation’s) launch of the Historical Military Re-enactment and Living History programme on Wednesday, September 25, at Fort Charlotte. (BIS Photo/Derek Smith).

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