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Generals promoted to four-star rank

Generals promoted to four-star rank

Five generals from the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces (RCAF) have been promoted to four-star generals as a reward for their service to the nation, a defence official said Sunday. “They have been promoted to four stars because they have served the nation and made achievements for the country,” said Ros Chhorm, deputy director general of the Ministry of Defence. Among those promoted, he said, were Hing Bun Hieng, commander of Prime Minister Hun Sen’s bodyguard unit, and Chea Dara, an RCAF deputy commander in chief in charge of the army’s operations at Preah Vihear temple.

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