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RU2020

Former Khmer Navy Reunion in San Antonio, Texas
TEN TEN TWENTY TWENTY
10 | 10 | 2020

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RU2020

Former Khmer Navy Reunion in San Antonio, Texas
TEN TEN TWENTY TWENTY
10 | 10 | 2020

DETAILS

 

WELCOME ABOARD!

The Friendship Anchor of former Khmer Navy personnel and friends

ABOUT THE FORMER KHMER NAVY

The Khmer National Navy (French: Marine Nationale Khmère – MNK), was the naval branch of the Khmer National Armed Forces (FANK), the official military of the Khmer Republic during the Cambodian Civil War between 1970 and 1975.

 
 
 
 

April 19, 2017

Sousdey FKN Members, Family & Friends: 

The RU2018 Film and Photo Committee is seeking people who would be interested in participating either as a spotlight guest in a proposed film centered on one's experience serving in the Khmer Navy. In addition, we are seeking committee members to assist in the making of said film(s) and photo production. So far, we have two volunteers and very limited resources available in photo/video equipment. 

For those interested in contributing their efforts in the development of the short film(s), we'd love the opportunity to visually capture your story as best as we know how. Please send us a message with additional details so that we may stay in touch and explore some of your insights. 

Soam Awkunh. Thank you. 


Dear all,

It seems to take a long time to have a DVD completed.  We all understand that our DVD is different from others.  I had to select and choose the videos and pictures and organize them.  Editing takes time too.  
Please forward this email or inform other friends who are not included in my mailing list.

It is a Blu Ray DVD, 44 chapters (easy to skip from one chapter to another) and 3 hours and 23 minutes long.  It consists of mostly videos and a slideshow at the end.
It costs $25.00 a copy including postage and handling.
If you like to have a copy please send a check to me at my address below.

Kong Tao
13900 Fallbrook Court
Apple Valley, MN 55124

I hope you like this little piece of memory.
Kong