RCAF deputy commander General Ith Sarath requests the Chinese military help teach Chinese language to military officials.
Defence Minister reminds the Armed Forces to be combat-ready.
Gen Hun Manet leads a delegation to Vietnam to boost ties between both armies.
Defence Ministry is preparing to address shortages of water during the dry season.
The ruling CPP concluded a three-day congress by filling seven vacant positions.
The King issues a decree to replace former Armed Forces commander-in-chief General Pol Saroeun with General Vong Pisen.
Polling stations nationwide have closed as of 3pm, with the National Election Committee recording a higher voter turnout this when compared to the 2013 election.
A CPP lawmaker lashes out at a group of officials who used state vehicles for campaigns.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday lashed out at Human Rights Watch director Brad Adams who accused 12 top military and police officials close to him of committing human rights violations to prop up his rule.
Defence Minister announces Lt Gen Hun Manet will be promoted to General (four-star) to match his new position as deputy commander-in-chief.
Defence Ministry taps General Sao Sokha to be the commander-in-chief.
Both the ruling and opposition parties have upped the ante in their public diplomacy by travelling to different countries to explain political development in Cambodia from their own perspectives.
The Royal Cambodian Armed Forces has received 295 medals over the last 18 years.
Members of the Royal Cambodian Armed forces (RCAF) have won 295 medals from sporting events.
The Royal Cambodian Armed Forces’ annual sports competition and equipment exhibition on Koh Pich island this weekend will be bigger than last year’s.
The Phnom Penh court prosecutor has summoned Sam Rainsy to appear at the court on January 11 to answer a complaint of treason.
Sam Rainsy has called on the armed forces to disobey and go against the government.
Cambodia’s military leaders expressed outrage and condemned over ex-opposition party leader Sam Rainsy, who called to a coup.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has sereiously warned that he will respond to former opposition leader Sam Rainsy, who called on the army to turn their cannons to oppose the government.
The Defence Minister reminds the armed forces they must be prepared to stop any attempt at a colour revolution.
The Royal Cambodian Armed Forces asks Vietnam to continue training troops.
A former Royal Cambodian Armed Forces officer is jailed for a year for drunkenly firing ten bullets in the air in front of a Phnom Penh nightclub.
The government inaugurates a new Royal Cambodian Armed Forces brigade to serve a disputed part of the Cambodia-Laos border.
Khmer National United Party president Nhek Bunchhay is questioned over drug production.