Royal barge rehearsal

Wednesday, 26 September 2012 15:46
December 5, 2012 marks the 85th birthday of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand. To celebrate the auspicious occasion, the government has assigned the Royal Thai Navy to orchestrate a royal barge procession on the Chao Phraya River for a traditional royal Buddhist ceremony...
BANGKOK, 21 September 2012  - The Royal Thai Navy is accelerating the construction of water-pushing machines to be dispatched to flood-prone areas. The machines are expected to be completed by the end of this month.
A former Royal Thai Navy conscript has been arrested for allegedly scamming active recruits out of 25,000 baht each with a promise to spare them from serving in Thailand’s violent southern provinces.
Royal Thai Navy drug-enforcement officers arrested a Sattahip taxi driver and his wife suspected of drug dealing, seizing 4,000 methamphetamine tablets in Ban Chang.

Navy cleans Had Thien Beach

Wednesday, 12 September 2012 15:15
More than 100 Royal Thai Navy personnel took to Had Tien Beach to remove garbage that had washed ashore there.
Royal Thai Navy personnel and volunteers packed 70 bags of emergency rations that will be distributed by the Royal Princess Pa Foundation for monks and flood victims in Thailand’s north.
The Electrical Generating Authority of Thailand has donated 2,400 electric caps to the Royal Thai Navy to use to construct undersea artificial reefs.

1 person dies in petrol boat explosion

Wednesday, 22 August 2012 17:10
One sailor died and three were rescued after petroleum boat exploded off Rayong.
With the ASEAN Community to be introduced in 2015, Thailand has to prepare itself for the up-coming changes. There will be a lot more cooperation between the members in this region. Everybody will have to somehow play a role and fit into the new environment....
The Royal Thai Navy planted 100 “super palm” trees at Dongtan Bay to honor HM the Queen for her 80th birthday.
On Saturday the 28th of July the Royal Thai Navy came together with the US Navy to the Child Protection and Development Center (CPDC) to volunteer for one day. The hard working men and women helped us tidying up the compound and adjusting land. Then...

Navy popularizes storied hill on Koh Kood

Wednesday, 01 August 2012 14:48
A Royal Thai Navy patrol group and Trat residents explored a storied peak on Koh Kood that to them resembles three parked warships, as well as a cave containing ancient pottery.
BANGKOK, 11 July 2012  – The Cabinet has resolved to allocate the remaining budget for flood rehabilitation to support emergency post-flood assistance programs.
BANGKOK, 8 July 2012  - HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej has officially opened 5 royally-initiated irrigation projects amidst cheering crowds.
BANGKOK, July 6- His Majesty the King will preside over the inauguration ceremony tomorrow of five royally-initiated irrigation projects at the Royal Irrigation Department as well as inspect communities along the Chao Phraya River hit by severe flooding late last year.

Navy intercepts 2 Vietnamese fishing boats

Wednesday, 04 July 2012 14:21
The Royal Thai Navy captured two Vietnamese fishing boats trawling Thai waters near Sattahip, but as many as five more are suspected to be working illegally in the area.
The Royal Thai Navy’s Ordinance Department celebrated its 104th anniversary by handing out more than 700,000 baht in scholarships for children of enlisted personnel.

35 southern youths learn navy history

Thursday, 28 June 2012 10:10
Nearly three dozens children from Thailand’s strife-torn southern provinces learned the history of the Royal Thai Navy during a field trip to Sattahip.
BANGKOK, 25 June 2012  - ABAC Poll has revealed that more than 63.5% of its respondents agreed to the idea of NASA's climate study project at U-tapao airport in Rayong. 

CARAT 2012 exercises begin in Sattahip

Wednesday, 23 May 2012 13:55
Thai and American naval forces again are shooting up the skies near Sattahip as the annual CARAT exercise gets underway.
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