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Several vehicles which will be used by the Cayman Islands Regiment have arrived in Cayman.
This week the Compass joined the recruits at one of their training sessions held at the Cayman International School compound.
A Royal Air Force plane landed at the Owen Roberts International Airport on Friday afternoon, bringing a UK Ministry of Defence training team to work with the Cayman Islands Regiment.
Members of the Cayman Islands Regiment received a day of firefighting training from the Cayman Islands Fire Service earlier this month.
Premier Alden McLaughlin announced Monday that government will be seeking supplementary appropriations for the Cayman Islands Regiment, as well as funding to move the West Bay police station project forward.
Following two days of debate, a bill to give statutory underpinning to the Cayman Islands Regiment passed a second reading in the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday evening.
Premier Alden McLaughlin defended the legality of the Cayman Islands Regiment Monday as he piloted the Defence Bill in the Legislative Assembly.
The Cayman Islands Regiment has extended its recruitment deadline to 4 Oct.
The Defence Bill establishing the legal framework for the Cayman Islands Regiment is set to head to the next sitting of the Legislative Assembly, expected to be in October.
The first platoon of reservists for the Cayman Islands Regiment officially graduated on Sunday.
Reservists with the Cayman Regiment reservists put their training to the test this week as they ran through a mock hurricane exercise, together with aerial support from the RCIPS Air Operations Unit.
Five junior officers from the new Cayman Islands Regiment are undergoing officer training at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in the UK. The creation of...
Governor Martyn Roper has made a final push for more Caymanians to sign up for the new Cayman Islands Regiment.
The deadline to apply to join the Cayman Islands Regiment is this Sunday, and Governor Martyn Roper is calling for more Caymanians to sign up for the new defence agency.
Recruitment for the Cayman Regiment is underway and the Governor’s Office has said the community has already responded positively to the drive to fill the 50 posts for the new entity.
Recruitment plans for the development of Cayman’s regiment has been paused, according to Governor Martyn Roper.
Cayman’s first regiment officers have commenced their training with the Royal Bermuda Regiment.
Former UK Royal Dragoon Guard Simon Watson has been appointed commanding officer for the Cayman Islands Regiment.