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Navy grads honored at ceremony

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The ceremony, which took place in Prey Nop district’s Ream commune, was presided over by the deputy commander-in-chief of the Royal Cambodia Armed Forces (RCAF) Tea Vinh and provincial governor Kuoch Chamroeun. Preah Sihanouk provincial administration

Navy grads honored at ceremony

A ceremony was held at Ream Naval Base in Preah Sihanouk province on Tuesday to celebrate the graduating class of 2019’s trainees and to look forward to this year’s round of training, which starts on Thursday.

The ceremony, which took place in Prey Nop district’s Ream commune, was presided over by the deputy commander-in-chief of the Royal Cambodia Armed Forces (RCAF) Tea Vinh and provincial governor Kuoch Chamroeun.

The deputy chief of the Navy training school, Preap Samon said: “As a result of the training last year, among 239 participants, 99 trainees received good grades, 102 received fairly good grades and 38 received average grades,” Samon said.

New disciplines for this year’s group include psychological training, infantry weapon techniques, individual combat tactics, and handgun training.

At the ceremony, Vinh conveyed a message from Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of National Defence Tea Banh to all navy members.

He said: “Under the leadership of Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen, the Prime Minister of Cambodia, we are focused on the education sector in training to increase human resources and skills.” Voun Dara

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