Gulf of Thailand Maritime Law Enforcement Interoperability Initiative Workshop in Chonburi, Thailand
The Center for Civil-Military Relations
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CCMR conducts the sixth Gulf of Thailand Maritime Law Enforcement Interoperability Initiative Workshop in Chonburi, Thailand, 16 to 20 June, 2014. A three-person team from CCMR’s Maritime Security Pr...
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