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Construction battalion provides engineer assistance in Cambodia
By USARPAC Public Affairs Office

Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 133, constructs new three-room schoolhouse and renovates health clinic Additional task include investigating possible repair of inoperable wells in area as time, budget and conditions permit as part of Exercise Angkor Sentinel. Angkor Sentinel is a continuation of ongoing U.S. Army efforts co-sponsored by the U.S. Military and Royal Cambodian Army. The exercise for will include planning and executing a battalion level command post exercise, constructing engineer civic action projects and executing a medical civic action project. The exercise will also provide the venue for assistance and training to the Cambodian military, and support U.S. and Cambodian security objectives.

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SWCN Sharrow welds the corners for the water tower stand at Kampong Speu, Cambodia as part of exercise Angkor Sentinel. Sharrow is assgned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 133.
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Petty Officer 3rd Class Ardila paints the exterior of Domnak Chan health clinic at Kampong Speu, Cambodia as part of Angkor Sentinel. Chan is part Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 133.
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Petty Officer 2nd Lopez makes repairs on the generator. Lopez is assigned to the Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 133. NMCB 133 constructs new three-room schoolhouse and renovates health clinic at Kampong Speu, Cambodia. Additional task include investigating possible repair of inoperable wells in area as time, budget and conditions permit as part of Exercise Angkor Sentinel.

 

 
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