August 1997

Southeast Asia: Cssd-35 Takes Lead in Cobra Gold '97

Volume 80, Issue 8

Members of Combat Service Support Detachment 35 have turned a vacant lot into the equivalent of a small town, capable of supporting more than 900 Marines and sailors from numerous continental U.S. and overseas units based in Thailand while participating in Cobra Gold '97.

Although the joint/combined forces exercise didn't officially begin until May 6, CSSD-35 arrived at the Royal Thai Marine Base, Samaesan, Thailand, April 20 to establish the camp.

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