A Cambodian soldier armed with a Chinese-made QBZ-95 rifle prepares to search a missing plane at Kampot province, some 130 kilometers (80 miles) southwest of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Tuesday, June 26, 2007. A PMT Air plane, Russian-made An-24, that disappeared in southern Cambodia likely crashed during a storm, and there is little hope of finding survivors among the 22 people who were on board, Prime Minister Hun Sen said Tuesday.
Tuesday, June 26, 2007
The 1st Foreign User of the QBZ-95 rifle
The first confirmed foreign user of the QBZ-95 series of assault rifles. Technically that's a NBZ-03A, a Type 97A with a different casing and made by Jian She Group for export. Not sure those are freebie or actually paid for it. Most likely foreign aid from the Chinese government because I don't think the Cambodians can afford anything remotely modern.