Chinese marines visit Tanzanian naval base

Source: China Military Online Published: 2017/8/24 14:07:56

  • Special operations soldiers assigned to the Chinese ocean-going naval fleet visit a base of the Tanzanian Navy and have professional interactions with the Tanzanian marines on August 18, 2017, local time. The Chinese ocean-going naval fleet comprised of the guided-missile destroyer Changchun (Hull 150), the guided-missile frigate Jingzhou (Hull 532) and the comprehensive supply ship Chaohu (Hull 890) arrived on August 17 at Dar es Salaam port, Tanzania, for a four-day friendly visit. (eng.chinamil.com.cn/Photo by Yan Guiwang)

  • Special operations soldiers assigned to the Chinese ocean-going naval fleet visit a base of the Tanzanian Navy and have professional interactions with the Tanzanian marines on August 18, 2017, local time. The Chinese ocean-going naval fleet comprised of the guided-missile destroyer Changchun (Hull 150), the guided-missile frigate Jingzhou (Hull 532) and the comprehensive supply ship Chaohu (Hull 890) arrived on August 17 at Dar es Salaam port, Tanzania, for a four-day friendly visit. (eng.chinamil.com.cn/Photo by Yan Guiwang)

  • Special operations soldiers assigned to the Chinese ocean-going naval fleet visit a base of the Tanzanian Navy and have professional interactions with the Tanzanian marines on August 18, 2017, local time. The Chinese ocean-going naval fleet comprised of the guided-missile destroyer Changchun (Hull 150), the guided-missile frigate Jingzhou (Hull 532) and the comprehensive supply ship Chaohu (Hull 890) arrived on August 17 at Dar es Salaam port, Tanzania, for a four-day friendly visit. (eng.chinamil.com.cn/Photo by Yan Guiwang)

  • Special operations soldiers assigned to the Chinese ocean-going naval fleet visit a base of the Tanzanian Navy and have professional interactions with the Tanzanian marines on August 18, 2017, local time. The Chinese ocean-going naval fleet comprised of the guided-missile destroyer Changchun (Hull 150), the guided-missile frigate Jingzhou (Hull 532) and the comprehensive supply ship Chaohu (Hull 890) arrived on August 17 at Dar es Salaam port, Tanzania, for a four-day friendly visit. (eng.chinamil.com.cn/Photo by Yan Guiwang)

  • Special operations soldiers assigned to the Chinese ocean-going naval fleet visit a base of the Tanzanian Navy and have professional interactions with the Tanzanian marines on August 18, 2017, local time. The Chinese ocean-going naval fleet comprised of the guided-missile destroyer Changchun (Hull 150), the guided-missile frigate Jingzhou (Hull 532) and the comprehensive supply ship Chaohu (Hull 890) arrived on August 17 at Dar es Salaam port, Tanzania, for a four-day friendly visit. (eng.chinamil.com.cn/Photo by Yan Guiwang)

  • Special operations soldiers assigned to the Chinese ocean-going naval fleet visit a base of the Tanzanian Navy and have professional interactions with the Tanzanian marines on August 18, 2017, local time. The Chinese ocean-going naval fleet comprised of the guided-missile destroyer Changchun (Hull 150), the guided-missile frigate Jingzhou (Hull 532) and the comprehensive supply ship Chaohu (Hull 890) arrived on August 17 at Dar es Salaam port, Tanzania, for a four-day friendly visit. (eng.chinamil.com.cn/Photo by Yan Guiwang)

  • Special operations soldiers assigned to the Chinese ocean-going naval fleet visit a base of the Tanzanian Navy and have professional interactions with the Tanzanian marines on August 18, 2017, local time. The Chinese ocean-going naval fleet comprised of the guided-missile destroyer Changchun (Hull 150), the guided-missile frigate Jingzhou (Hull 532) and the comprehensive supply ship Chaohu (Hull 890) arrived on August 17 at Dar es Salaam port, Tanzania, for a four-day friendly visit. (eng.chinamil.com.cn/Photo by Yan Guiwang)

  • Special operations soldiers assigned to the Chinese ocean-going naval fleet visit a base of the Tanzanian Navy and have professional interactions with the Tanzanian marines on August 18, 2017, local time. The Chinese ocean-going naval fleet comprised of the guided-missile destroyer Changchun (Hull 150), the guided-missile frigate Jingzhou (Hull 532) and the comprehensive supply ship Chaohu (Hull 890) arrived on August 17 at Dar es Salaam port, Tanzania, for a four-day friendly visit. (eng.chinamil.com.cn/Photo by Yan Guiwang)

  • A Chinese special operations soldier assigned to the Chinese ocean-going naval fleet introduces their weapons to Tanzanian Navy Commander Brigadier General Rogastian S. Laswai (L front), during a professional exchange activity between marines of the two navies at a Tanzanin naval base on August 18, 2017, local time. The Chinese ocean-going naval fleet comprised of the guided-missile destroyer Changchun (Hull 150), the guided-missile frigate Jingzhou (Hull 532) and the comprehensive supply ship Chaohu (Hull 890) arrived on August 17 at Dar es Salaam port, Tanzania, for a four-day friendly visit. (eng.chinamil.com.cn/Photo by Yan Guiwang)






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