US Marines linked to Australian energy security
Maj. Gen. Richard L. Simcock, Hawaii-based deputy commander of U.S. Marine Corps in the Pacific, was commenting after an executive of U.S. energy giant Chevron Corp. told a conference of concerns that gas rigs off the Australian northwest coast and tankers shipping liquid natural gas through Southeast Asian waters could be vulnerable to attack.
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Since: Nov 08
#1 Jun 18, 2014
Democrats think Australia is a small island off the coast of Florida.
It's no wonder the country is a mess.
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