A sneak peek at Malaysia's silent killer and its answer to the growing threat in the South China Seas. When the Malaysian King went for a ride on the sub, the Chinese wasn't very happy about it.
Friday, July 20, 2012
This little Malaysian Isle has more birds than humans calling it home, but at any moment now, it would turn into a potential flashpoint in a regional power grab. According to the navy guys we spoke to, this remote outpost -located 175 nautical miles from Labuan in the waters of Malaysian shores - has many 'visitors' but they come mostly in their submarines. (Chinese & the US Navy were the regulars).
Thus it comes as no surprise that some of the daily routines for Malaysian sailors stationed in Pulau Layang-Layang involve training their cannons out to the sea. Frame this picturesque island in your mind now before it disappears in a big ball of fire.
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