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Civil Aviation celebrates Tattoo

Published:Monday | July 2, 2012 | 12:00 AM
The Jamaica Civil Aviation family (from left): Constance Barrett, Leroy Lindsay, Marva Gordon, Lt Col Oscar Derby, Nicole Morgan, Patrick Stern, Jackie Fairclough and Nari Williams-Singh inside their hospitality box at Up Park Camp on Friday night. - Photo by Barbara Ellington
Ahead of the exciting Jamaica Military Tattoo, two powerful men exchanged greetings. Chief of Defence Staff, Major General Antony Anderson (left), greets National Commercial Bank's Patrick Hylton at the General's VIP Lounge at Up Park Camp last Thursday.
The Chen family were out in full force to enjoy the Jamaica Military Tattoo 2012. National Commercial Bank director, Wayne Chen, with daughter Laila in hand, is joined by family members (from left) Donna, Gloria, Isabel, with wife Diana and son Jacob. NCB was the official banking partner for the event. - NCB Photos

The military Tattoo held at Up Park Camp was something to behold. Absolute precision, sheer entertainment! It was held over four days from last week Friday to Sunday and seen by capacity crowds every night. Organisers of music festivals should take notes on how to lay out the grounds for stalls and displays for ease of movement and shopping.

Major sponsor the Civil Aviation Authority hosted its head honchos, family members and friends in a spacious and comfortable hospitality box. They went all out with white-glove service, plush leather sofas and ample food and liquor to keep everyone happy all night long. Board members and staff were on hand to welcome and greet officials who dropped into the black, green and gold-themed box.