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said that being there today

Poslaťod god7manu55 » 19 Máj 2017 19:14

President David Granger on Thursday wished Guyana Defence Force Troops a Merry Christmas, even as he partook in the traditional serving of lunch to soldiers at Base Camp Stephenson, at their Christmas Lunch.President Granger serving lunch at Base Camp Stephenson on Thursday.Speaking before the merriment, the President emphasised the importance of the Force.“This is a day when the whole country would recognise the worth of the Defence Force.  Guyana would have been a different place were it not for the GDF.”Referring to Operation Dragnet, the President noted that next year will be a busy year for the GDF even as they remain on guard to ensure the security of Guyana.The Commander in Chief, who was once a Platoon Commander and Base Commander at Camp Stephenson, said that being there today, was a moment of nostalgia for him.  He added that the base has a rich history and was the base from which troops took off from to quell the rebellion in the Rupununi in 1969.Chief of Staff, Brigadier Mark Phillips, told the President, “The troops at Timehri remain steadfast in our operations towards enhancing defence and security throughout Guyana.  At present, we are positioned at our frontiers at different locations in our hinterland and our coastland.“We are on Operation Dragnet, an operation that is aimed to enhance security throughout Guyana, and we remain ready for any other operation that you and your Defence Board would direct to us.President Granger also used the opportunity to tour the Civil Defence Commission’s Emergency Operation Centre and Warehouse.
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