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Sunday, March 22, 2015

US can’t succeed without Pak Navy’s help: Vice Admiral Miller

 Vice Admiral John W. MillerThe commander of US Naval Forces Central Command has acknowledged the contribution of Pakistan Navy to ensuring maritime peace in the region, saying the United States cannot succeed without the support of Pak Navy.

“We cannot be successful in this region, without the contribution of the Pakistan Navy,” Vice Admiral John W Miller, commander, US Naval Forces Central Command, US 5th Fleet and Combined Maritime Forces (CMF), told a group of Pakistani media during a visit to its headquarters here in Bahrain’s capital.

Vice Admiral Miller who has spent a majority of his operational career in the US Central Command area of responsibility said ties between the naval forces of Pakistan and the United States were better than ever before.

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