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US Warships Return to Vietnam Port

Two U.S. warships have made their first port call in 21 years at Vietnam's strategic naval base at Cam Ranh Bay, marking an important step in improving military ties between the former enemies. Submarine tender USS Frank Cable and guided-missile destroyer USS John S.
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