A Plutaluang couple accused of killing a 2-year-old girl they were hired to babysit has been released pending charges by Sattahip police.
One person died and another was severely injured when a group of Huay Yai youths fired 20 shots outside a Sattahip hotel.
Narongrit Rungsawang, a 24-year-old Khet Udomsak fireman, died at Queen Sirikit Naval Medical Center June 2 after being shot twice in the abdomen. Nattapol Yukitphuti, 24, survived a single shot to the chest.
Nearly 2,000 Royal Thai Navy personnel practiced target shooting with cannons and anti-aircraft guns during an Air and Coastal Defense Command exercise in Sattahip.
A Royal Thai Navy division is giving the recycling business a twist, opening a barter-based shop where military personnel trade recyclables for home staples.
U.S. naval forces joined seven Thai ships, anti-submarine aircraft and more than 2,000 troops for an all-out amphibious “assault” of Yao Beach as part of the 2013 CARAT military exercise.
Thai and American naval forces again blasted it out near Sattahip in the annual CARAT joint military exercise.
Rear Adm. Paithoon Prasopsin, commander of the Royal Thai Navy’s Frigate Squadron 2, and Rear Adm. William C. McQuilkin, commander of U.S. Naval Forces Korea, kicked off the war games at the Sattahip Naval Base.
More than 250 Royal Thai Navy personnel and students picked up garbage and cleaned Dongtan Beach as part of the Air and Coastal Defense Command’s “Clean Ocean and Rivers” campaign.
An electrical short is believed to have started a fire that destroyed three shacks used by Cambodian construction workers in Rayong.
Veterinarians from Chulalongkorn University are trying to nurse a sick sea turtle rescued by the Royal Thai Navy on Dongtan Beach back to health.
Doctors from the Aquatic Animal Health Research Institute were called May 25 to the navy’s Sea Turtle Conservation Center in Sattahip after center caretakers rescued the endangered female green turtle from the Najomtien beachfront a day earlier.