USS Mustin Arrives in Cam Ranh International Port

By USS Mustin Public Affairs

161215-N-XK398-096 CAM RANH INTERNATIONAL PORT, Vietnam (Dec. 15, 2016) Sailors aboard the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Mustin (DDG 89) post up on the port side of the ship as the ship pulls into Cam Ranh International Port. Mustin is on patrol in the U.S. 7th Fleet area of responsibility in support of security and stability in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Seaman Joshua Mortensen/Released)

161215-N-XK398-096 CAM RANH INTERNATIONAL PORT, Vietnam (Dec. 15, 2016) Sailors aboard the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Mustin (DDG 89) post up on the port side of the ship as the ship pulls into Cam Ranh International Port. Mustin is on patrol in the U.S. 7th Fleet area of responsibility in support of security and stability in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Seaman Joshua Mortensen/Released)

CAM RANH INTERNATIONAL PORT, Vietnam – The Arleigh Burke-class guidedmissile destroyer USS Mustin (DDG 89) arrived in Cam Ranh International Port for a routine technical stop that highlights the strong historic, community, and military connections between Vietnam and the United States.

During the stop, Sailors from the USS Mustin will have a chance to meet with people from Nha Trang to share U.S. culture through sporting events. U.S. Sailors will also learn about Vietnam through local cultural activities.

Mustin’s Sailors are excited to contribute to our partnership with Vietnam, knowing how important our relationship is to our mutual interests in peace, stability, and adherence to a rulesbased international order. And of course, we’re really looking forward to experiencing Vietnam’s renowned hospitality, and exploring the great city of Nha Trang,” said Cmdr. Thane Clare, commanding officer of Mustin.

“The USS Mustin’s stop in Cam Ranh International Port is an example of the depth of our comprehensive partnership and the importance of strengthening our civilian and military ties,” said U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam Ted Osius.

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