Multinational Forces Leave Mark On St.Kitts and Nevis Before Moving On To Bahamas For Phase Two Of Excerise Tradewinds 2018

Members from the multinational security forces that participated in Phase 1 of Exercise Tradewinds 2018 (TW18) left their mark on several communities in St. Kitts and Nevis on Tuesday (June 12) as they joined forces to rehabilitate several buildings.

The work was performed under the segment dubbed COMREL (Community Relations) and saw fresh coats of paint being applied to the Beach Allen, Joshua Obadiah, Violet Petty and Sandy Point Primary Schools in St. Kitts. In Nevis, the troops painted the Combermere Health Centre and select areas of the Alexander Hamilton Museum, and also beautified the area around the newly renovated Gingerland Secondary School.

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