Jamaica, an Important Player in Cyber Defense at PANAMAX 2022

One of the focus points during PANAMAX 2022 was cyber defense. Jamaica Defence Force Major Kayson Gunzell was part of the cyber cell during the multinational exercise. Diálogo talked to the Jamaican officer about his role during…

Caribbean Military School of Music JDF/JSIF summer camp closing exercise

The JDF/JSIF Summer Camp Against the background of growing crime and deviant behaviour within our youth, especially withinmany inner-city communities, the JSIF Summer Camp represents the first step by the JDF to engagemusic as one…

Jamaican Defence Force members participate in seminar at IAAFA

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – The Inter-American Air Forces Academy hosted members of the Jamaican Defence Force and 12th Air Force for a maintenance professional seminar May 31 to June 2….

Celebrating the MACC 3rd Anniversary – 2nd DISTRICT JDF COAST GUARD

Contributor(s):   Sub Lieutenant Jodi-Ann Hetridge Subject:    “So Others May Live” – From Sea to Shore Shortly after the Maritime, Air and Cyber Command (MACC) welcomed its second naval Unit, the Second District Jamaica Defence Force…

Celebrating the MACC 3rd Anniversary – 1st DISTRICT JDF COAST GUARD

Contributor(s):   Lieutenant (junior grade) Kamala Edwards Subject:    Recapitalization Jamaica’s Inshore and Offshore Fleet The Jamaica Defence Force is currently in year five of an eight-year fleet recapitalization program. This program is the largest surface fleet…

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The twelfth cohort of the Jamaica National Service Corps graduated today at the Polo Field, Up Park Camp. This intake of soldiers consisted of 256 graduates, which included 58 females. They join the ranks of the almost 6,000 other young Jamaicans who have passed through the programme since its inception in June 2017. Mr Courtney Williams, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of National Security served as the reviewing officer for the Parade. Also in attendance was the Chief of Defence Staff, Rear Admiral Antonette Wemyss Gorman, The President of the Caribbean Military Academy, Colonel O'Neil Bogle among other senior officers and Warrant Officers of the Force. Photos by Privates Anglee Doman and Rishane Gunning ... See MoreSee Less
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The time is NOW! Some of our youth have taken the bold step to serve & become a part of Jamaica’s Defence! The Passing Out Parade of the Jamaica National Service Corps 2021/02 is a testament to the commitment and courage of these two hundred and fifty six (256) recruits over the pass one year, of which one hundred and ninety eight (198) are males and fifty eight (58) are females. Today some of them will march off the parade and into the Jamaica Defence Force. ... See MoreSee Less
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September 18-23, 2022 commemorates National Breastfeeding Week. It is so important for our men to support our women in the task of breastfeeding. #jamaicadefenceforce ... See MoreSee Less
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