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Pattaya Panthers RFC storm to first win of 2012

The balmy evening of 7th January saw the rejuvenated Pattaya Panthers RFC taking on the might of the United States Navy in the guise...

6,000 U.S. naval forces invade Pattaya

The mobile ATMs and money changers did brisk business when the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72), accompanied by the guided-missile cruiser Cape...

Lincoln Carrier Strike Group Arrives in Thailand for Port Visit

The aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72), accompanied by the guided-missile cruiser Cape St. George (CG 71), arrived in Laem Chabang for...

Visiting U.S. sailors help area seniors, orphans

It wasn’t all play and no work for the crew of the USS Abraham Lincoln during its five-day shore leave in Pattaya as...

PSC Softball to play US Navy

The Pattaya Sports Club Softball team has announced that on Jan 8th they will be hosting a US Navy team from the USS...

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