Royal Thai Marine Corps

More than 400 Royal Thai Marines departed Sattahip for Thailand’s strife-torn southern provinces as the military shuffles its personnel in the area.

2013 CARAT exercise sweeps through Sattahip

Wednesday, 12 June 2013 17:33
A soldier hits the deck, ready for anything, as Thai and American naval forces blast it out near Sattahip in the annual CARAT joint military exercise, which ran from June 3-12.

Evacuation Exercise

Thursday, 28 February 2013 14:38
During Cobra Gold 2013, multinational military units from the Royal Thai Marine Corps, United States Marine Corps and Navy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore conducted a five day Emergency Evacuation Exercise in Pattaya. The exercise was held in the area...
Thirty-five religious leaders from Thailand’s troubled southern provinces learned about the founding of the Royal Thai Marine Corps during a field trip to the Naval Museum in Sattahip.
The Royal Thai Navy and Chaweewan Farm Co. marked HM the Queen’s 80th birthday by planting trees over five rai in Sriracha.

Marines to host charity concert April 27

Thursday, 12 April 2012 11:46
Pattaya and the Royal Thai Marine Corps will salute HM the King in a charity concert at Baan Sukhawadee April 27.
Thirty-five youths from Thailand’s troubled southern provinces learned about the founding of the Royal Thai Marine Corps during a field trip to the Naval Museum in Sattahip.
BANGKOK, Dec 16 - The commandant of the Royal Thai Marine Corps on Friday said Cambodia's firing on a Thai helicopter on a border mission was caused by a misunderstanding but said that Cambodian and Thai agencies would meet Saturday to discuss measures to prevent...
One hundred Khet Udomsak residents underwent training to become the city’s latest civil defense volunteers.
About 100 Sattahip-area students planted mangrove trees and learned how to protect nature at a Khet Udomsak environmental youth camp.

310 Marine Corps families awarded scholarships

Wednesday, 24 August 2011 16:20
More than 300 low-income military families received 673,000 baht in scholarships for their school-age children thanks to the Marine Corps Savings Cooperative.
Military, local government and national agencies would integrate operations to handle flooding from the aftermath of a major typhoon striking the area under disaster-response plans proposed for Chonburi Province.
Ninety Rayong students were given a three-day lesson in marine ecology from the Royal Thai Navy and three area oil refineries.