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Meaningful thoughts on the AARM’s official song (14:57 | 11/25/2014)

(AARM-2014) - In the 24th AARM which is being held in Mieu Mon, the ASEAN shooting contigents not only take part in all shooting competions but also share their thoughts with each other by the AARM’s official song. This song has been used for all of AARM, but in Mieu Mon it carries a special theme “Unity-Friendship-Understanding-Mutual Study”.

The Royal Thai Army (17:11 | 11/21/2014)

(AARM-2014) - The long and glorious history of the Kingdom of Thailand is a true reflection of how the Royal Thai Army has been so vital to the Thai society as it serves to protect and preserve national interests, sovereignty and dignity.

The Singapore Army (17:09 | 11/21/2014)

(AARM-2014) - On August 9th 1965, Singapore became independent. It was a time of strife and instability. Then, there were only two regular Battalions - the 1st and 2nd Battalions, Singapore Infantry Regiment (1 SIR and 2 SIR respectively).

The Myanmar Armed Forces (17:08 | 11/21/2014)

(AARM-2014) - Since its inception, the Myanmar Armed Forces (of) Tatmadaw, has dedicated itself to serve the interest of the people. Myanmar had been an independent and sovereign state for thousands of years. Throughout our history, from Pagan Dynasty to Kanbaung Dynasty, Myanmar had been a unified, strong and powerful nation whose influence extended to the whole of South East Asia.

The Philippine Army (17:06 | 11/21/2014)

(AARM-2014) - The Philippine Army was one of the original armies which participated in the ASEAN Armies Rifle Meet which held in Camp Terendak, Malacca, Malaysia in 1991. Since then the Philippine Army contingent regularly participated in this annual event.

The Indonesian National Army (17:04 | 11/21/2014)

(AARM-2014) - The Indonesian Army is one of the Indonesian national components whose mission is to safeguard the sovereignty and unity of the land territory of the United State of the Republic of Indonesia.

Brief history of The Malaysian Army (08:26 | 11/18/2014)

(AARM-2014) - The history of the Malaysian Army can be traced back to 1 March 1933 with the formation of the first Experimental Squad of 25 Malay recruits under the British Administration marking the birth of the most senior regiment in the Malaysian Army which will later be redesignated as the Royal Malay Regiment (RMR). The 1st and 2nd Battalion of the Royal Malay Regiment was formed in 1938 and consecutively in 1941.

Brief history of The Laos People’s Army (08:25 | 11/18/2014)

(AARM-2014) - The Lao People’s Army stemmed from the people of entire ethnic groups through out the country, and was established on 20 January 1949. Therefore, the genuine creed of the army belongs to the people, by the people and for the people. The Lao people and the army had carried out a resistant war against invading of French Colonialists from 1945 to 1954, after that, they carried on facing a resistant war against the aggression of the American Imperialists from 1954 to 1975.

Brief history of The Royal Cambodian Armed Forces (12:56 | 11/16/2014)

(AARM-2014) - The Royal Cambodian Armed Forces (RCAF) was established on 9 November 1953 under a Franco-Khmer convention.

Brief history of The Royal Brunei Land Force (12:54 | 11/16/2014)

(AARM-2014) - The Royal Brunei Land Force originated from the Brunei Malay Regiment which was formed on the 31st May 1961. The first intake of 60 recruits was selected to train at Port Dickson, Malaya. These recruits completed their training on 4th November 1961. Hence the Royal Brunei Land Force celebrates its anniversary every 4th November to commemorate this significant date.

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Result
   
1 Brunei 0 2 5 7
2 Cambodia 0 0 0 0
3 Indonesia 19 12 10 41
4 Laos 0 0 0 0
5 Malaysia 0 2 0 2
6 Myanmar 2 2 1 5
7 Philippines 3 3 5 11
8 Singapore 2 0 2 4
9 Thailand 5 9 4 18
10 Vietnam 1 2 6 9
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1 Pistol Men: Match 1 14:00 - 15:20
2 Rifle: Match 1 14:00 - 16:40


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