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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Dim 18 Oct 2009 - 17:19

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Thai Navy Buys Embraer Jet


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Published: 16 Oct 2009 13:16




Taipei - The Royal Thai Navy has signed a contract with Embraer to buy its second ERJ 135 jet. Added to the other two orders made by the Royal Thai Army, this is the fourth aircraft acquired by the Thai government in less than two years; all of the aircraft are the long-range version.

"This acquisition is included in Embraer's firm order backlog for the third quarter of 2009," Embraer said in a news release.

The first deal between Embraer and the Thai government was announced in November 2007 and involved two aircraft, one each for the Thai Army and Navy. Both were delivered in late 2008. Early this year, Embraer announced the acquisition of a second ERJ 135 by the Thai Army.
"As in the previous contracts, this new contract with the Navy includes a logistical package and provisions for a Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC) installation kit."
Thailand is the first military operator in Southeast Asia to use the ERJ 135, which is largely a civilian aircraft but has been modified for the military.
"In the defense segment, this platform has efficiently performed government transportation and medical evacuation missions for Belgium, Brazil, Greece, India and Nigeria," the news release said.
"We are honored by the choice of the Royal Thai Navy to acquire a second ERJ 135 jet, confirming the suitability of this aircraft model to the needs of Thailand's armed forces, and shows the confidence that they have in Embraer's products in the official transportation segment," said Acir Padilha, Embraer vice president, Marketing and Sales - Defense Market.
"As a result, we


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Ven 6 Nov 2009 - 19:15

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DATE:06/11/09
SOURCE:Flight International
Saab still confident of making repeat Gripen sale to Thailand
By Siva Govindasamy

Saab is still waiting for Thailand to confirm an order for its next batch of six Gripen fighters, and says it not certain whether a decision on the deal will be made next year.

Bangkok ordered six Gripen C/Ds in 2008 as part of a deal that also included one Saab 340-based airborne early warning and control aircraft. A repeat order had been expected to be approved earlier this year, but the Thai government has delayed this due to the effects of the global financial crisis.

"We are waiting for Thailand to confirm the order. We are confident that it will come, it is just a matter of when," says Saab.

The Swedish company conducted the first flight of a Thai Gripen - a two-seat D-model - from its Linköping site in mid-September and will begin deliveries to the nation's air force in 2011.

Four Royal Thai Air Force pilots will travel to Sweden next year to begin training activities, and two Swedish Gripen pilots will be based in Thailand from late 2010 to further assist the service.

Meanwhile, Saab and Thai company Avia Satcom have formed a new joint venture to develop products for the aviation and defence markets.

The companies will initially focus on the development of a tactical datalink for use by Thailand's Gripens, but could later expand their co-operation to also include command and control systems, simulators, mission support systems and electronic warfare equipment. Other possible activities could include logistics support, training and upgrade activities, says Saab.

"The joint venture will offer locally developed products for the Thai armed forces and the export market. It will also bring investments and leading edge technology to Thailand, and create highly advanced job opportunities for Thai professionals," says Kaj Rosander, Saab's campaign director for Gripen in Thailand.
Thailand's first Gripen made its debut flight in September

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Lun 16 Nov 2009 - 20:59

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First flight for Thai AEW



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The Saab 340 Erieye AEW flight took two hours and 14 minutes and was executed by Magnus Fredriksson and Åke Wargh from Saab.

"The flight went as expected and we tested all the basic aircraft systems. We now look forward to continuing the tests in order to then be able to deliver the aircraft to Thailand," says Magnus Fredriksson.

A complete aircraft and command and control system

In 2008, Thailand ordered a complete aircraft and command and control system from the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) in a Government to Government deal. The order includes six Gripen C/D with associated equipment and service, a Saab 340 AEW equipped with Erieye radar and data links, one Saab 340 aircraft for transport and training plus a command and control system with data links.

During November and in the spring further flights will be realized, interoperability trials will be carried out along with the other elements of the Thailand order.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mar 17 Nov 2009 - 0:52

3aqba lina inchallah bounce

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mar 17 Nov 2009 - 1:29

Yakuza a écrit:
3aqba lina inchallah bounce

Inchallah ! (même si je pense qu'avec les suèdois c'est grillé... Rolling Eyes )

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mar 17 Nov 2009 - 1:33

Je le plastique ce coucou, pas de suedois chez nous ni de matos suedois (des suedoises et de droite je dis pas de non )
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mer 18 Nov 2009 - 0:42

un video plus coool, SAAB 340 AEW avec un Gripen armé de 4 AMRAAM

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mer 18 Nov 2009 - 1:27

belle Video,merci Fremo Like a Star @ heaven

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mer 18 Nov 2009 - 1:32

Yakuza a écrit:
belle Video,merci Fremo
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Dim 6 Déc 2009 - 1:24




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mar 8 Déc 2009 - 15:31

-la secheresse dans le budget thai,prennent-ils MLU pour les F-16 ou continuer avec le Gripen?
-quand viendra cette option Gripen,si ca viendra?Saab est confident..


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Ven 1 Jan 2010 - 18:44

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La marine thaïlandaise pourrait acheter un sous-marin d’occasion


La marine thaïlandaise étudie la faisabilité d’acheter des sous-marins pour des raisons militaires et de sécurité économique, indique le chef de la marine Kamthorn Pumhirun.

Un comité de faisabilité a été mis sur pied pour étudier la technologie sous-marine.
La marine thaïlandaise va pousser pour l’achat des sous-marins, évalué à 20 milliards de bahts (419 millions €) chacun, lorsque assez d’argent sera disponible.
En attendant, l’amiral Kamthorn explique que la marine pourrait acheter un sous-marin d’occasion dans un bût de formation et d’entraînement.
L’idée est d’acheter un sous-marin d’occasion coutant moins d’1 milliard de bahts (21 millions €) et de le remettre en état.
"La raison qui explique l’achat des sous-marins est de suivre notre stratégie militaire. Il ne s’agit pas d’un caprice," l’amiral Kamthorn.
Le chef de la marine a expliqué que les pays voisins, la Malaisie, Singapour, l’Indonésie et le Vietnam ont tous commandé des sous-marins à la Russie.
Les sous-marins, a-t-il insisté, pourraient servir à de nombreux objectifs et sont une nécessité.
La tâche du comité est de suivre le rythme des développements dans la technologie sous-marine.
"Nous voulons nous assurer que, une fois que nous pourrons acheter les sous-marins, nous serons prêts," a expliqué l’amiral Kamthorn.
Il a expliqué que le pays avait besoin d’au moins 3 ou 4 sous-marins mais que, pour commencer, il n’y aurait assez d’argent que pour un seul.
L’amiral Kamthorn a indiqué qu’acheter un sous-main nécessitait beaucoup de préparations, puisqu’il s’écoulerait 3 ans entre la commande et la livraison.
Par le passé, la Thaïlande a eu 4 sous-marins de construction japonaise, mais ils n’ont jamais été remplacés après leur désarmement parce que les nouveaux modèles étaient trop chers. L’amiral Kamthorn a indiqué que les sous-marins aideraient à renforcer l’économie. Ils aideraient à protéger les ressources naturelles, les lieux de pêche, l’exploration pétrolière, les exportations et le tourisme du pays.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mer 27 Jan 2010 - 16:23

ils se sont enfin decidés

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DATE:27/01/10
SOURCE:Flight International
Thai cabinet gives in-principle approval for order of six more Gripens
By Leithen Francis

Thailand's cabinet has given in-principle approval to order six more Saab Gripen fighters and one more Saab 340-based airborne early warning and control system from Sweden. It has also agreed to upgrade some of the air force's Lockheed Martin F-16s.

The cabinet will ensure that there are funds in the next budget for the Royal Thai Air Force to sign a contract with Sweden's Defence Materiel Administration for the follow-on Gripen and Saab 340 deal, say sources, responding to Thai news reports quoting the prime minister's spokesman.

Thailand already has six Gripen C/Ds and one AEW&C aircraft on order. It had always intended to double this through a subsequent deal, after its original order was split in two in 2008 because of tight budgetary constraints.

Saab conducted the first flight of a Thai Gripen - a two-seat D-model - from its Linköping site last September and will begin deliveries to the air force during 2011. The type will be used to replace some of the service's Northrop F-5Es stationed in the south of the country. Saab announced on 27 January that the first batch of Thai technicians to prepare for operations with the new type have begun their training at the Swedish military's Halmstad base.

The Thai prime minister's spokesman also says the cabinet has agreed to make funds available for the air force to advance a requested upgrade to 18 of its F-16A/Bs. Thailand has an active fleet of 57 of the type, Flightglobal's MiliCAS database shows. It received its first examples in the early 1980s.

Thailand's first Gripen made its flight debut last September

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Ven 5 Fév 2010 - 17:45

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Thai Air Force Begins Gripen Fighter Training Programme


The first group of technicians from the Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) has arrived in Sweden to attend the initial maintenance type conversion training programme on the Gripen fighter jet.
The RTAF technicians will receive training, which will continue till the end of 2010, at the Swedish Armed Forces Technical school in Halmstad.
The technical training will also include on-the-job training (OJT), part at Swedish Air Force Wings F 7 in Satenas and F 17 in Ronneby.
The technician-training programme is part of the procurement contract for six Gripen fighter jets that Thailand signed with Saab in 2008.
The Thai Air Force will also acquire a 340 AEW Erieye airborne surveillance system and 340 aircraft for training and transport from Saab, as part of a contract signed with the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV).
The RTAF will take delivery of the surveillance system and training aircraft in December 2010.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Jeu 18 Fév 2010 - 11:55

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La marine thaïlandaise cherche un financement pour 2 sous-marins


Le premier-ministre thaïlandais, Abhisit Vejjajiva, a demandé aux forces armées de lui présenter leurs prévisions d’achat de matériel militaire pour qu’il les étudie. Cette décision est vue comme une tentative de garder l’armée de son côté.

Une source militaire a indiqué que le Commandant Suprême, Songkitti Jaggabatara, avait demandé hier aux dirigeants des 3 armées de préparer leurs projets d’achat d’armement pour être présenté au premier-ministre.
Le Général Songkitti a rencontré les commandants des 3 armées et des officiers de haut-rang à l’état-major de la marine thaïlandaise.
La source a précisé que le commandant de la marine, Khamthorn Pumhiran, allait demander l’autorisation d’acheter 2 sous-marins d’occasion pour un montant de plus de 20 milliards de baht (445 millions €).
L’amiral Khamthorn a mentionné des besoins stratégiques et le fait que les pays voisins avaient tous des sous-marins. Le commandant de la marine a indiqué qu’il était nécessaire d’utiliser de nouvelles technologies.
Le directeur du bureau des relations publiques de la marine, le Capt Prachachart Seerisawat, a précisé que l’amiral Khamthorn avait assuré lors de la réunion les autres commandants militaires que les sous-marins pourraient naviguer dans le golfe de Thaïlande.
"Seule la marine royale thaïlandaise n’en a encore aucun. Par conséquent, le commandant de la marine devait déposer la demande d’approbation du gouvernement pour les sous-marins," a expliqué le Capt Prachachart.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Lun 22 Fév 2010 - 22:44

70105 a récemment joint les deux 39D (70101 et 70102) ce qui signifie que la moitié de la première fournée Gripen est déjà en vol.








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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mer 24 Mar 2010 - 16:13

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Gripen C/D now in service at Såtenäs




The Swedish Air Force Wing F 7, based at Såtenäs, was the first unit to become operational on Gripen back in 1997. Having flown the first versions ever since, they are now beginning to convert to the latest Gripen versions. The conversion is primarily aimed at supporting the training of pilots from the Royal Thai Air Force.

Gripen operations began at F 7 in 1997 and the squadrons at Såtenäs has since then been flying the Gripen versions A and B. The 1 Operational Conversion Training Unit (OCTU) at F 7 is now replacing their A/B to C/D.
The Gripen instructors at 1 OCTU are now preparing to train the first batch of Thai Gripen pilots, which recently arrived to Sweden.
The Gripen simulators at F 7 are also being upgraded to Gripen C-status. The MMT – Multi Mission Trainer – is already converted and will soon be followed by the FMS – Full Mission Simulator.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mer 28 Juil 2010 - 13:59

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Training of pilots, technicians and ground support staff is a vital part of RTAF's preparations for Gripen
The first three Gripen aircraft made for RTAF will arrive in Thailand in January 2011 and the remaining three RTAF Gripen are due in March 2011. Training of pilots, technicians and ground support staff is a vital part of RTAF's preparations for Gripen and much of this education is taking place in Sweden.

Technicians and aviation mechanics responsible for maintenance and support of the aircraft, have traveled to the Armed Force Technical School (Air Force) in Halmstad. Later this group will continue their training operational duties at Wing 7 in Såtenäs and Wing 17 in Ronneby. Såtenäs is also the Gripen Training Center for Swedish Air Force pilots, as well as for foreign Gripen pilots.

RTAF selected 10 pilots for Gripen training in Sweden. The first group of four pilots – Wng Cdr. Jakkrit Thamvichai squadron leader, Wng Cdr. Charoen Watanasrimongkol, Wng Cdr. Nattawut Duang Sungngoen and Wng Cdr. Puttapong Polchiwin - train in Sweden from March 2010 to December 2010, following a curriculum for instructor pilots, while the second group, six pilots, follow soon for approximately 5 months training.

The latter six will receive further training in Thailand after all ten pilots return home in January 2011 together with the three first Gripen aircraft.

At the outset, all RTAF instructor pilots in Sweden undergo a 6 week theory segment. Here pilots learn about Gripen´s modern technology, its construction as well as its engine, avionics systems, communication systems and other systems.

As soon to be instructor pilots, the first four RTAF pilots need to understand a number of flight systems in detail, control the aircraft, take off and tactical flying. All in all the pilots go through roughly 20 hours of simulator training. Following , 4 flights with an instuctor before they make their first solo flight. All four Thai pilots flew their maiden solo flights on 22 April, after which Major General Anders Silwer, Commander of the Swedish Air Force, joined to congratulate them at Wing 7 at Såtenäs.

Training then continues with operation air to air, operation air to ground, reconnaiscance, continued operation training multirole and instructor pilot training.

A pilot in the instructor pilot programme must have suitable basic experience from flying fighter aircraft. Any F-16 pilot from RTAF are able to become a pilot instructor and should have a minimum experience of, up to 600-700 flying hours, and been group leader before being considered for the pilot instructor programme. Gripen pilots have passed the second level as group leader and some are even instructor pilots on F-16 and F-5 as well. Therefore when they have gone through conversion training, and are ready to fly and fight with Gripen, it is also easy to get on, up to instructor pilot level, which apart from knowing how fly on their own, they must also be able to transfer knowledge and technics to coming pilots.

The first two years after Gripen´s arrival at Wing 7 in Surat Thani Swedish pilot instructors and technicians will be posted in Thailand to assist and advise the Thais. The six Gripen at Wing 7 are expected to be fully operational around September 2011.

Gripen will be the newest and most modern fighter aircraft in Asia when RTAF bring them into service as the first country on the continent
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Jeu 19 Aoû 2010 - 13:37

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SAAB unveils Thai Air Defence Solutions

At a ceremony at Saab’s factory in Linköping today, Saab unveiled the Thai integrated air defence system for its Thai customer. The ceremony was held to celebrate the contract between Sweden and Thailand.
Many prominent guests attended the event including Commander in Chief, ACM Itthaporn Subhawong from the Royal Thai Air force, Gunnar Holmgen, General Director for the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) and Åke Svensson, CEO, for Saab.
The Royal Thai Air Force has procured an integrated air defence system with Gripen C/D, the ERIEYE airborne early warning system and a Command and Control C2 system including data link communication. In combination with bilateral Co-operation mainly focused on technology transfer, this will provide Thailand with the foundation for an advanced network based defence system.
The Royal Thai Air Force will receive six of the latest version Gripen C/D multirole fighter aircraft at the beginning of 2011. One ERIEYE Airborne Early Warning radar system aboard a Saab 340 aircraft and one additional Saab 340 aircraft will be delivered in December 2010. One Command and Control C2 system including equipment for three ground based Radio sites will be delivered in March 2011.
The first Thai Gripen aircraft made its maiden flight on 16 September 2009 and Thai pilots, technicians and aviation mechanics responsible for maintenance and support of the aircraft have started their training at the Armed Force Technical School (Air Force) in Halmstad and at F7 Såtenäs.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Lun 20 Sep 2010 - 18:42

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Thai Army Says Grenades Missing
BANGKOK - About 30 rocket-propelled grenades have gone missing from a military base in Thailand, officials said Sept. 20, raising fears of fresh violence.

Army chief Anupong Paojinda said a forensic investigation was underway to try to find those responsible for the disappearance of the weapons at the base in central Lopburi province this month
A series of grenade blasts have hit Bangkok in recent weeks, as the capital remains under emergency rule after mass "Red Shirt" protests in April and May that left 91 people dead in clashes between troops and demonstrators.
Officials said it was not clear if the apparent theft of the grenades were linked to the unrest.
The Reds - who held peaceful gatherings Sept. 19 to mark the anniversary of the 2006 coup that ousted their hero Thaksin Shinawatra as premier - deny any involvement in the grenade blasts.
Thai authorities are also struggling to quell a six-year insurgency in the country's Muslim-majority southern provinces
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Ven 1 Oct 2010 - 11:10

une idée sur le MLU pour 18 F16

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Thailand – F-16 Mid-Life Upgrade

WASHINGTON, September 30, 2010 – The Defense Security Cooperation Agency notified Congress Sept. 29 of a possible Foreign Military Sale to Thailand of a three-phased program to upgrade 18 F-16A/B Block 15 aircraft with the Mid-Life Upgrade (MLU) and associated parts, equipment, and logistical support for a complete package worth approximately $700 million.

The Government of Thailand has requested a possible sale of a three-phased program to upgrade 18 F-16A/B Block 15 aircraft with the Mid-Life Upgrade (MLU). Each phase will upgrade six aircraft over a three-year period, with each phase overlapping by one year. The MLU with Modular Mission Computer includes APG-68(V)9 Radar, APX-113 Combined Interrogator and Transponder, ALQ-213 Electronic Warfare Management System, ALE-47 Countermeasures Dispenser System, spare and repair parts, tools and support equipment, publications and technical data, personnel training and training equipment, U.S. Government and contractor engineering and technical support services, and other related elements of logistics support. The estimated cost is $700 million.

This proposed sale will contribute to the foreign policy and national security of the United States by helping to improve the security of a major non-NATO ally.

Thailand needs this MLU program in order to upgrade its aging F-16 fleet and to increase air sovereignty fighter aircraft effectiveness and interoperability with U.S. forces. The proposed sale will enhance the Royal Thailand Air Force’s capability to conduct day, night, and adverse weather air defense operations. Thailand, which already has F-16s in its inventory, will have no difficulty absorbing these upgrades into its armed forces.

The proposed sale of this equipment and support will not alter the basic military balance in the region.

The prime contractor will be Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company in Fort Worth, Texas. There are no known offset agreements proposed in connection with this potential sale.

Implementation of this proposed sale will not require the assignment of any additional U.S. Government or contractor representatives to Thailand
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Lun 18 Oct 2010 - 15:09

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F-16 Mishap News



October 18, 2010 (by Asif Shamim) - A Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) F16 on an training mission crashed in Tak province toda, killing the pilot, said Tak Governor Samart Loyfa.

According to RTAF spokeman Monthon Satchukorn , the aircraft was flying as part of a four ship training flight from Wing 4 in Nakhon Sawan to Wing 41 in Chiang Mai when it disappeared from the radar about 10:00h local time.
The body of Flight Lieutenant Thanikorn Luangrungwaree, 31, was found and recovered from the wreckage of the fallen jet.
Later reports indicate that the aircraft crashed near Den Mai Sung village in tambon Mae Salit in Ban Tak district. The remaining 3 aircraft were reported to have safely landed at Chiang Mai Air Force Base.
Villagers told police that the aircraft was on fire before the crash.
Meanwhile, RTAF Commander Itthiporn Supawong ordered the Air Safety Committee to inspect the crash site and investigate the cause of the accident.
Officials from Air Force bases in Phitsanulok, Chiang Mai and Nakhon Sawan had been instructed to retrieve the pilot's remains and the wreckage of the jet before sending the body for burial.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mar 23 Nov 2010 - 17:00

Saab va pouvoir continuer a faire tourner sa chaine de production du Grinpen.
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Thailand signs for more Gripen fighters, anti-ship missiles
Thailand has signed a planned follow-on order for Saab-produced fighter and surveillance aircraft and added anti-ship missiles to its air force's future inventory.

A new agreement covering the supply of six more Gripen Cs and a second Saab 340-based airborne early warning and control system aircraft was secured in Stockholm on 23 November. It was signed by Royal Thai Air Force commander in chief Air Chief Marshal Itthaporn Subhawong and Gunnar Holmgren, director general of Sweden's Defence Materiel Administration (FMV).

Saab has valued the new contract at around SKr2.2 billion ($317 million). The company will deliver the new batch of single-seat Gripens in 2013 and upgrade the Erieye surveillance radar-equipped Saab 340. It will also supply its RB15F anti-ship missile: a subsonic, sea-skimming design with a maximum range of over 108nm (200km).

The new deal represents the long-planned second instalment of a 2008 contract for four Gripen Cs, two Gripen D trainers, one AEW&C aircraft and a Saab 340 trainer. It also includes the provision of logistics support and personnel training, the FMV says.

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