Cam Ranh


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Cam Ranh

a port in SE Vietnam: large natural harbour, in recent years used as a naval base by French, Japanese, US, and Russian forces successively. Pop.: 114 041 (1992 est.)
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Khanh Hoa Province has three famous bays: Nha Trang Bay is a premier beach resort with a long sandy beach and many bars, restaurants and dive shops along Tran Phu Boulevard, with many offshore islands ideal for snorkeling and diving; Van Phong has a long white-sand beach and lagoons and a deep seaport for industry; and Cam Ranh is an off-limits naval base.
5 million travellers arrived at Cam Ranh Airport last year.
Standing on the deck of a US naval supply ship undergoing repairs at Cam Ranh, Panetta described the deep-water harbour as a strategically valuable port that could support the US military's rebalance towards the Pacific.
After a civilian merchant seaman named Bruce was caught stealing from a ship in Cam Ranh Bay, Miller conferred with Major General (MG) Charles W.
Not by the occasional rocket, less frequent mortar round, or stray bullets from hot firefights across Cam Ranh Bay, but because of some stupid, fucking accident.
He had started the day with a visit to the Massachusetts Vietnam Veterans Memorial at Green Hill Park to remember Guy Protano, a grammar school friend who died on his way to the base at Cam Ranh Bay to leave Vietnam and go home.
As an aircraft weapons specialist based at Cam Ranh Bay in Vietnam, Marrone loaded bombs and rockets on fighter and attack aircraft flying missions against the enemy.
The towns include Phan Thiet, Gia Nghia, Cam Ranh, Ninh Hoa, Ca Na, Thap Cham, Song Cau and Tuy Hoa.
The Nam Cam Ranh industrial park is part of government efforts to invest in the 2001-2010 three-phase Vinashin project, which is aimed at upgrading and improving its shipyards.
At Cam Ranh Bay, for example, whites raised the Confederate flag in celebration.
Meanwhile, Cam Ranh Seafoods' $7 million-shrimp processing plant has finally gone into operation after two years of construction in Quang Ninh Province.