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US May Place Logistics Support Vessels in Singapore

Channel NewsAsia reports that “the United States may be sending some of its Logistics Support Vessels (LSVs) to be based in Singapore by late 2016 or early 2017, according to the US military.”  

“Speaking to reporters from ASEAN at the Pacific Command camp in Honolulu, Hawaii on Thursday (Feb 11), Colonel Eric Shirley, who is in charge of logistics operations in the United States Pacific Command, said final decisions are being made on stationing the vessels and how they will be maintained.”

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