Thursday, August 30, 2012

Cambodia Revenue 2000-2012


Thailand Related Figure





Tuesday, August 28, 2012

The US Aircraft Carrier

It varied from version 1 till 74. The version 75, 76, 77,78, and 79 are in secret or under contruction

Friday, August 24, 2012

Siamese King Profile

Thais changed the name of Kingdom of Siam into they as Thai-land after series military coups.

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

River Mekong Watch

Cambodia prepared resource for flood relief in 2012 by arranging army, police, PM forces together with mobile shelters,medicine, food etc. There a selected Mekong leveling in some water station watch.

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Cambodia Government Issues Book and Materials on Border to Vietnam

Cambodian government ruling by the Cambodian People Party today disseminated the border issues with Vietnam to their 14 millions locally and 1 millions Cambodian oversea to show the product of the CPP as well as to show Vietnam that Cambodian are aware of the matter.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Thais View on Cambodia Oil Map


Thais Military Region No 2


View Thais army region 2 in a larger map

Preah Vihear-New An Ses Border Crossing (Permanantly)

Cambodia decided to closed Preah Vihear border point permanently by opening new border gate at An Ses nearby the Preah Vihear.










Koh Wai/Koh Poulowai


Red star, the Poulowai islands where Cambodia troop had been stationed there sine 1982. Vietnam asking for "distance line" that means the distance from the Koh Tral while Cambodia asking for " historical line" that means Poulowai islands recognized by the International Communities(UN agencies) as Cambodia properties.

Last couple years, Vietnam and Thailand signed MOU secretly on the sea boundary ( without inform to Cambodia.)

Thailand Airports Bases


View Thailand airports by Chanborn.kmz in a larger map

Thailand Airforces Bases


View Thailand Airforce Bases 22.kmz in a larger map

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Koh Khmer (Khmer Islands)

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Friday, August 10, 2012

Under Construction

Under Construction
Koh Kong
Kompong Som
Kep-Kompot
1.      Koh York
2.      Koh Moul
3.      Koh Kong
4.      Koh Kours Sat
5.      Koh Kapi
6.      Koh Tral
7.      Koh Krasa Kandal
8.      Koh Krasa Knong
9.      Koh Krasa Krov
10.  Koh Andeuk
11.  Koh Toteung
12.  Koh Chan
13.  Koh Khmoth
14.  Koh Sdach
15.  Koh Ampil
16.  Koh Smach
17.  Koh Samith
18.  Koh Reap
19.  Koh Milieur
20.  Koh Cheunal
21.  Koh Paeturiviers
22.  Koh North West Koh
23.  Bei Koh
24.  South West
25.  Koh Cheuteal
26.  Koh Khyoung
1.      Koh Damlong
2.       Koh Mano
3.       Koh Ta Team
4.       Koh Sangsar
5.       Koh Rong
6.      Koh Kok
7.      Koh Rong Sanleum
8.       Koh Dek Koul
9.       Koh Pors
10.  Kos Preap
11.   Koh Tas
12.  Koh Chanlous
13.  Koh Tres
14.  Koh Krabei
15.  Koh Russei
16.  Koh Sramouch
17.  Koh Thmei
18.  Koh Krachor Ses
19.  Koh Ky
20.  Koh Pipi
21.  Koh Pi Mouy
22.  Koh Moul
23.  Koh Tang
24.  Koh Poulowai Keut
25.   Koh Poulowai Leuch
26.  Koh Trang Kol
27.  Koh Dong
28.  Koh Prins
1.      Koh Doung
2.       Kok Kok
3.       Koh Matay
4.       Koh Svay
5.      Koh Tonsay
6.       Koh Tbal
7.       Koh Hal Trei
8.      Koh Andoung Dai
9.      Koh Andoung
10.   Koh Pou
11.  Koh Mak Prang
12.   Koh Angkrong
13.  Kok Ses
14.  Koh Sgnouth

Koh York

Koh York
View Koh Yor in a larger map

Cambodia-Vietnam Border 2012

Cambodia and Vietnam agreed to exchange villages along border

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

ASEAN Army Head

the 10 ASEAN Chief of Army for their messages towards the Asean Armies Rifle Meet 2009 event

Child soldiers in Bunia

Child soldiers in Bunia, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). More than 11,000 child soldiers were freed from military slavery last year, but the United Nations believes hundreds of thousands around .

Malaysian military chief gets Indonesian honorary stars

Malaysian Armed Forces chief Gen. Zulkifeli bin Mohd Zin received two of the highest honors awarded by the Indonesian government on Tuesday to honor his contributions in developing cooperation between the two countries in the military and defense sectors.

Yingluck is Chinese

Yingluck is Chinese. Chinese religion is not same as Buddhism but for politic purpose, she is well Buddhist.

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Indonesia Military

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By sending up prayers to the Almighty God, I warmly welcome the 19th ASEAN Armies Rifle Meet competition 2009 conducted in Singapore. Through this good event, may I take this opportunity to express my warmest congratulations to all participants who are selected to represent the Indonesian National Army in the 19th ASEAN Armies Rifle Meet competition 2009.


I hope this activities can be useful as an instrument for the ASEAN Armies soldiers to asses the professionalism, and in particular the capability and the skills for shooting as a basic capability for a soldiers.

In addition, such event like this can be made use for building and strengthening the relationship inter ASEAN Armies personal to know each other and exchange knowledge and experience, especially in military field and hopefully it can improve mutual understanding and respect each other.

Consequently, the ASEAN Armies Rifle Meet would have a strategic value that can be used for building, maintaining and improving the cooperation among ASEAN Armies.

Finally, I request all participants to up hold sportivity and friendly spirit in competing, to reach your prestige in this match.

Have a good competition

May the Almighty God give us his guidance in continuing our duties and dedication as proud soldiers for nation and state.

Thank you.

GENERAL AGUSTADI SASONGKO PURNOMO
Chief of Staff
The Indonesian National Army

Myanmar Military

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Excellencies,

Esteemed Chiefs of Armed Forces and Contesting Servicemen,

First of all, I would like to welcome the successful convention of ASEAN ARMIES RIFLE MEET (AARM-2009) annually for 19th times and honored to have the chance to convey message of greetings to Chiefs of ASEAN Armed Forces and Contesting Servicemen on behalf of Myanmar Armed Forces.


Moreover, I would like to express sincere thanks to the leaders of Singapore Army and the people of Singapore for the successfully hosting the AARM for the third time. Especially for successfully organizing this event out of so many challenges, without interrupting the tradition.

We believe that AARM stands as an instrument that enhances the activities of Confidence Building, which is needed for the implementation of ASEAN Political and Security Community. I am confident that not only friendship, servicemen from various contesting Countries but also unity and amity among ASEAN Armed Forces, as there have been improvements of informal exchange in the fields of shooting competition, training and information.

The shooting team of Myanmar Armed Forces has been participating since 2000 and this is the 10th time of our participation. I am glad that every year, brothers from various ASEAN Armies converge together. I would like to emphasize that the shooting team of Myanmar Armed Forces will honorably compete in the AARM which is filled with benevolence objective, of which will be beneficial in the implementation of ASEAN's aims and purposes.

While serving the interest of the nation and its people as top priority, the Myanmar Armed Forces along with the people, not only safeguard the nation together with the people but also striving towards in establishing a peaceful and developed nation.

In conclusion, I wish to convey my best wishes to all Chiefs of ASEAN Armies and Servicemen;

  • For their good health and well-being;
  • For further enhancement of Peace and Stability in the ASEAN Region;
  • Mutual beneficial cooperation and prosperity in all ASEAN Countries.

Thank you.

His Excellency
VICE-SENIOR GENERAL MAUNG AYE
Myanmar Armed Forces

Brunei Military

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All praises to the Most Compassionate and Most Merciful Allah.
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On this auspicious occasion, we, The Royal Brunei Land Forces, would express our utmost gratitude and thanks towards the Singapore Armed Forces for their dedication, hard work, and time to organize this year’s AARM. The Royal Brunei Land Forces is also honored to participate in the AARM. I am confident that this year’s event will strengthen the existing solidarity and friendship of ASEAN Armies.

Finally, may we all be blessed with God’s mercy to ensure a fair, professional and fruitful AARM and may all the participants grow in skill, character and develop a stronger bond with each individual from different nations. Once again, The Royal Brunei Land Forces conveys our gratitude for the Singapore Army for ensuring a successful AARM.

BRIGADIER GENERAL HAJI AMINUDDIN IHSAN
BIN PEHIN ORANG KAYA SAIFUL MULOK
DATO SERI PADUKA HAJI ABIDIN
Commander of the Royal Brunei Land Forces

Philippine Military

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Every year, the participation in ASEAN Armies Rifle Meet (AARM) has significantly become part of every member-country’s annual activities. Aside from showcasing our competence in handling our respective Army’s service weapons, our ties as countries bound by common goals and aspirations of attaining regional peace, stability and lasting relationship.


At the outset of the 19th edition of this annual friendly shooting contest, let me convey on behalf of my country and the Philippine Army our sincerest felicitation to the ASEAN Chiefs of Armies, The participants as well as this year's expect a very competitive but truly memorable time in Singapore. The things we are going to learn and experiences we will be going through will indeed be valuable for us individually and as a nation who shares common cultures, practices and traditions as well.

Therefore urge all the participants to take this opportunity to renew our commitments to ideal that ASEAN stands for. Let us rekindle the friendships and camaraderie we have established through the years and continue inspiring each other to be the best competitors and professional soldiers mandated to make our respective nations bastions of regional peace, prosperity and cooperation. Whoever may be standing on the podium at the end of the competition, surely we will all still be coming out as winners.

To all participants, I wish you good luck. Keep up the high standards and may you all be able to give your best shots in this year's competition. May God bless us all.

DELFIN N BANGIT
Lieutenant General AFP
Philippine Army

Malaysia Army

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First and foremost, I would like to extend my warmest greetings to all ASEAN Chief of Armies, especially to the Chief of Army Singapore, as the host of the 19th ASEAN Armies Rifle Meet (AARM) 2009 and to all competitors.

Over the years, the degree of inter-dependency between nations in this region has increased many folds. The diversity of our armies could be harmonised with mutual understanding and multilateral activities, such as this meet. Multilateral activities amongst armies in this region would act as confidence building measures for peace and stability of the region. It also inculcates stronger cooperation and relationship between ASEAN armies.
AARM is a platform for officers and men of the ASEAN Armies to exchange knowledge and skills. It is not just a competition but an avenue to further enhance the spirit of comradeship, mutual respect as well as strengthening military cooperation among the ASEAN Armies.

It is my hope that all competitors will participate professionally, while at the same time display the highest military standard. More importantly, it would gain renewed camaraderie and fond memories. Finally, I wish a successful conclusion of the meet and to all competitors SELAMAT BERTANDING.

Thank you.

TAN SRI MUHAMMAD ISMAIL BIN HJ
JAMALUDDIN
General
Chief of Army
Malaysia Armed Forces

Singapore

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Warmest greetings and welcome to Singapore!

The Singapore Army is once again honoured to host the ASEAN Armies Rifle Meet (AARM) 2009. Amidst the spirit of friendly competition, AARM has served to forge closer ties between all the ASEAN Armies, making the AARM motto of 'COMRADES IN AARM' just as important today as it was when it was first envisioned.




Over the years, AARM has not only seen the rise in professional marksmanship skills, but also increased the professional and personal ties between countries. Our continued commitment to events like this will help nurture ties that will not only strengthen inter-army relationships but also pave the way towards greater peace and stability in the ASEAN region.

As the host of this prestigious event, we will strive to do our best to deliver a smooth, enjoyable and challenging competition. And while you are here, we extend our hospitality and hope your stay in Singapore will be a pleasant and memorable experience.

On behalf of the Singapore Armed Forces, I would like to express my heartfelt appreciation to all the participating countries and wish all the participants all the best for AARM 2009.

Thank you.

MG NEO KIAN HONG
Chief of Army
Singapore Armed Forces

Laos

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As the Chief of General Staff Department, Ministry of National Defence, the Lao People's Army, I wish to extend my warmest greetings to all ASEAN Chiefs of Armies, in particular the Singapore Armed Forces as the host and the competitors of the 19th ASEAN Armies Rifle Meet (AARM XIX) in the beautiful City of the Republic of Singapore.

May I take this opportunity to express my thanks and deep appreciation to the Singapore Armed Forces, Ministry of Defence as well as the concerned authorities for the warm welcome and generous hospitality extended to the delegation and shooting contingents of the Lao People's Army during their time in Singapore.
I do believe that under the active and able chairman of Chief of Army of Singapore, the AARM XIX and the ACAMM XIX / 2009 will carry on to accomplish with good outcomes, and to be main aspects for promoting the friendship, solodarity and the mutual understanding among the commanders of ASEAN Armies.

On behalf of the Lao People's Army, I finally would like to convey the best wishes to leaders of Singapore Armed Forces, Organizing Committee as well as all participants's good health and fruitful successes in this important mission.

With my warmest regards,

BG SANYAHAK PHOMVIHANE
Chief, General Staff Department
Lao People's Army