Jinhae

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Jinhae

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Chinhae

(jēn`hă`), city (1993 pop. 125,997), South Gyeongsang (Kyongsang) prov., SE South Korea, on the Korea Strait. It is an important fishing port and naval base, with fertilizer and thermoplastic resin industries.
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3-11, the Kargo Kings managed the biggest ammunition move in the history of the port at Chinhae, Korea, loading 1,127 containers onto the general cargo ship Black Eagle.
It has a large area of responsibility (AOR) and provides such a wide variety of services that the excellence recognized by the CITE award is a recognition of the NCTS Far East entire team of more than 800 personnel serving in outlying sites in Misawa, Sasebo, Okinawa and Kami Seya, Japan, Chinhae, Korea, and the Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Japan.
Further south, at MDSU's base camp near the ROK dive school in Chinhae, Korea, things were much the same as they had been in Pohang.
These included Construction Readiness Training (CRT) sites in Guam, Sasebo and Yokosuka, Japan, Chinhae, Korea, Diego Garcia, and various Theater Security Cooperation Program (TSCP) sites in Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Timor Leste, the Philippines, and the Federated States of Micronesia.
Members of the 837th Transportation Battalion will long remember this year's Turbo Cads 2001 exercise at the Chinhae, Korea, ammunition pier.
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