Angkor Sentinel 11: STORIES   HOMEPAGE
Angkor Sentinel officially begins with opening ceremony
KAMPONG SPEU PROVINCE, Cambodia - Angkor Sentinel 2011 officially began with an opening ceremony May 18 at the Training School for Multi-National Peace Keeping Forces, Kampong Speu Province. The bulk of the ceremony centered on speeches from Brig. Gen. Michael Liechty, land component commander, Utah Army National Guard, and Lt. Gen. Sem Sovanny, director-general of the National Center for Peacekeeping ...More

RCAF, US Army engineers build school in Cambodia during Angkor Sentinel
KAMPONG SPEU PROVINCE, Cambodia - Royal Cambodian Armed Forces and U.S. Army engineers continue construction of a new school in Taing Sia Village, Kampong Speu Province May 16, as part of the Engineer Civic Action Projects of exercise Angkor Sentinel 11. Angkor Sentinel 11 is a peace support operations exercise co-sponsored by U.S. Army Pacific and RCAF designed to improve military mission readiness ...More

Construction battalion provides engineer assistance in Cambodia
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 ...More