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US State Department expresses concern over China link to Cambodian naval base
An agreement seen by U.S. officials would allow China 30-year use of the base, it was reported in the media. But Cambodia's prime minister says his country's constitution doesn't allow foreign military bases.
Cambodia denies that demolition of US-funded facility is to make way for Chinese naval base plans
A Cambodian committee for maritime security stated that plans to relocate its Tactical Command Headquarters began in late 2017.
Armed with a new missile, the LCS comes of age
Is it fair to deride the LCS today as a "little crappy ship?"
By David Larter, Defense News and Carl Prine
Pompeo snubs China on Asia visit
China has expressed anger over new U.S. arms sales to the self-governing island democracy of Taiwan and the passage last week of an American warship through the Taiwan Strait.
When Seabees weren’t building bases in Vietnam, they were fighting the enemy
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., includes 85 Seabees among its list of war dead—a tribute to their motto, “We build, we fight,” which is symbolized in their logo of a bee holding a wrench, hammer and machine gun.
By Tom Edwards, Vietnam Magazine