Cam Ranh Bay


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Cam Ranh Bay

 (kăm′răn′, käm′rän′)
An inlet of the South China Sea in southeast Vietnam. Formerly a French naval base, it was the site of a large US military installation during the Vietnam War.
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Last month, a Canadian frigate and a support vessel passed through Taiwan Strait in a recent string of such transits, as they came from a visit to Vietnam's Cam Ranh Bay heading to Northeast Asia.
The best courts I found were in Saigon and Cam Ranh Bay. Later, some of the courts were used to house prisoners until they could be moved to permanent quarters.
The second edition of the bilateral naval exercise between the Indian Navy and the Vietnam People's Navy participated in bilateral drills off Cam Ranh Bay between April 13 and 16.
The submarine called at Vietnam's Cam Ranh Bay Monday, then joined the other three warships just southwest of Scarborough Shoal.
Guy Clark received orders to go to Vietnam, and upon arrival that June was assigned to be a flight surgeon at Cam Ranh Bay Air Force Base, on the South China Sea.
McCain to Cam Ranh Bay, a crucial logistics complex during the VietnamWar.
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In 2013, Japan's defense minister, Itsunori Onodera, visited Vietnam's Fourth Navy Zone headquarters in Cam Ranh Bay to observe Vietnam's defense setup for the Spratlys.
Golez cited Vietnam's ties with the United States as an example: 'On June 12, the US Navy announced that a US warship was conducting a port visit to Vietnam's Cam Ranh Bay for maintenance.'
Options could include rotational or permanent US naval assets, especially attack submarines, in Cam Ranh Bay in Vietnam and a permanent naval presence, including an aircraft carrier battle group, once again in the former US naval base at Subic Bay in the Philippines, about 200 kilometers east from Scarborough Shoal.
There is now talk of the Navy's return to Cam Ranh Bay.