Daily life of naval soldiers in Truong Sa island district

For naval soldiers in Truong Sa (Spratly) island district, Khanh Hoa province, 'island is home and sea is homeland'. They share the same will, solidarity, creativity in production and readiness for combat, determining to protect the country's sacred sovereignty over seas and islands.
Daily life of naval soldiers in Truong Sa island district hinh anh 1Rare moments when soldiers on Son Ca Island, Truong Sa (Spratly Archipelago) have time to relax with their pets. (Photo: Phan Sau – Sy Tuyen – Thang Trung/VNA)
Daily life of naval soldiers in Truong Sa island district hinh anh 2Soldiers on Son Ca Island, Truong Sa (Spratly Archipelago)  play the guitar during their spare time. (Photo: Phan Sau – Sy Tuyen – Thang Trung/VNA)
Daily life of naval soldiers in Truong Sa island district hinh anh 3Soldiers on Nam Yet Island receive letters from the mainland. (Photo: Phan Sau – Sy Tuyen – Thang Trung/VNA)
Daily life of naval soldiers in Truong Sa island district hinh anh 4A soldier on Song Tu Tay Island signals to a ship to land on the island. (Photo: Phan Sau – Sy Tuyen – Thang Trung/VNA)
Daily life of naval soldiers in Truong Sa island district hinh anh 5Soldiers on Son Ca Island, Truong Sa (Spratly Archipelago)  read books and newspapers in free time. (Photo: Phan Sau – Sy Tuyen – Thang Trung/VNA)
Daily life of naval soldiers in Truong Sa island district hinh anh 6Besides studying and training, soldiers spend time planting and taking care of the greenery on the island. (Photo: Phan Sau – Sy Tuyen – Thang Trung/VNA)
Daily life of naval soldiers in Truong Sa island district hinh anh 7Soldiers on Truong Sa Island (Truong Sa Archipelago) do exercise daily to keep good health. (Photo: Phan Sau – Sy Tuyen – Thang Trung/VNA)
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