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UPDATED: 09:13, June 21, 2004
Sino-British maritime exercise
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Zhang Panhong (R), chief of the general staff of the North Sea Fleet of People's Liberation Army Navy, directs a search-and-rescue exercises off the coast of Qingdao, port city in east China's Shandong province, June 20, 2004. The Sino-British maritime exercise concluded here Sunday after completing all the scheduled programs including communication exercises, fleet order changing and search-and-rescue. The first Sino-British maritime exercise in the nontraditional security field was directed by Zhang Panhong and David Snelson, chief-of-staff warfare to commander-in-chief of the fleet of British Royal Navy.


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Zhang Panhong (R), chief of the general staff of the North Sea Fleet of People's Liberation Army Navy, directs a search-and-rescue exercises off the coast of Qingdao, port city in east China's Shandong province, June 20, 2004. The Sino-British maritime exercise concluded here Sunday after completing all the scheduled programs including communication exercises, fleet order changing and search-and-rescue. The first Sino-British maritime exercise in the nontraditional security field was directed by Zhang Panhong and David Snelson, chief-of-staff warfare to commander-in-chief of the fleet of British Royal Navy.

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A total of 15 navy attaches from 15 countries observe the Sino-British maritime exercise off the coast of Qingdao, port city in east China's Shandong province, June 20, 2004. The Sino-British maritime exercise concluded here Sunday after completing all the scheduled programs including communication exercises, fleet order changing and search-and-rescue. The first Sino-British maritime exercise in the nontraditional security field was directed by Zhang Panhong, chief of the general staff of the North Sea Fleet of People's Liberation Army Navy, and David Snelson, chief-of-staff warfare to commander-in-chief of the fleet of British Royal Navy.

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A British shipboard helicopter makes a landing on the deck of Chinese guided missile destroyer Harbin during a fleet order changing exercises off the coast of Qingdao, port city in east China's Shandong province, June 20, 2004. The Sino-British maritime exercise concluded here Sunday after completing all the scheduled programs including communication exercises, fleet order changing and search-and-rescue. The first Sino-British maritime exercise in the nontraditional security field was directed by Zhang Panhong, chief of the general staff of the North Sea Fleet of People's Liberation Army Navy, and David Snelson, chief-of-staff warfare to commander-in-chief of the fleet of British Royal Navy.

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A Chinese shipboard helicopter adjusts its position before landing on the deck of British destroyer HMS Exeter during a fleet order changing exercises off the coast of Qingdao, port city in east China's Shandong province, June 20, 2004. The Sino-British maritime exercise concluded here Sunday after completing all the scheduled programs including communication exercises, fleet order changing and search-and-rescue. The first Sino-British maritime exercise in the nontraditional security field was directed by Zhang Panhong, chief of the general staff of the North Sea Fleet of People's Liberation Army Navy, and David Snelson, chief-of-staff warfare to commander-in-chief of the fleet of British Royal Navy.

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British guided missle destroyer HMS Exeter takes part in a fleet order changing exercises off the coast of Qingdao, port city in east China's Shandong province, June 20, 2004. The Sino-British maritime exercise concluded here Sunday after completing all the scheduled programs including communication exercises, fleet order changing and search-and-rescue. The first Sino-British maritime exercise in the nontraditional security field was directed by Zhang Panhong, chief of the general staff of the North Sea Fleet of People's Liberation Army Navy, and David Snelson, chief-of-staff warfare to commander-in-chief of the fleet of British Royal Navy.
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