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BATSUB and BDF Co-Existing Just Fine

Back in 2011, the British military left Belize leaving behind the structures that housed their soldiers on the base at Price Barracks among other equipment; but now with the resurgence of the British Army Training Support Unit in Belize (BATSUB) there will be the need for adequate accommodations for the hundreds of soldiers.  We asked Commander David Jones how the entire co-habitation is panning out between the local military and the British on the base.

COMMANDER DAVID JONES

The British Army Training Support Unit had announced their return to Belize in October 2015 followed by the visit of Lieutenant General James Rupert Everard of the British Forces, the highest ranking officer in the British Forces