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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Ven 25 Sep - 14:47

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Thai Military Acquires Two New Airbus Helicopters


25 September 2015


RTA EC 155 B1 helicopters (photos : RTA)


BANGKOK (TNA) - The Royal Thai Armed Forces have acquired two EC155 B1 Airbus helicopters, totally worth 1.2 billion baht, for their operations.

Presiding over a ceremony to receive the two EC155 B1 Airbus helicopters in Bangkok on Tuesday, Thai Supreme Commander General Worapong Sa-nganetra said they will be used in rescue mission, while their main duties are to help conduct aerial surveys.

General Worapong told journalists that the two EC155 B1 Airbus helicopters should help boost the Royal Thai Armed Forces’ capacities and there is no need to buy more similar helicopters.



Manufactured by France’s Airbus Helicopter, the EC155 B1 Airbus helicopters are high end 5-tonne twin-engine choppers with a five-bladed, low-vibration- level Spheriflex rotor head each.

Their outstanding functionality and users' friendliness allow pilots to fully concentrate on their mission during all flight phases over the full flight envelope, showcasing their excellent hover stability and smooth high-speed flights.



Other cutting edge technologies include Terrain Awareness Display, Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System and satellite phone.

The EC155 B1 helicoppers are equipped with two Turbomeca Arriel 2C2 turbine engines, which are fitted with Full Authority Digital Engine Controls (FADEC) for fully automated One Engine Inoperative (OEI) safety.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Jeu 1 Oct - 9:55

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Thailand Unveils New 155 mm Truck Mounted Howitzer By Dylan Vosman - Oct 1, 2015


The Thai military’s Weapon Industry Centre unveils new Autonomous Truck-Mounted Gun (ATMG) caliber of 155 mm/52 mounted on 10-tonne TATRA 6×6 truck. Joint with Center for Artillery Weapons, they have made improvement program of the ATMOS artillery in a series of Israeli company Elbit Systems which has a range of 40 km. This new mobile howitzer will be active in the 721st Artillery Battalion of the Royal Thai Army to replace the M-109A5.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Ven 2 Oct - 12:44

DEFENSE STUDIES a écrit:
High Costs May Delay Thai Navy's Submarine Plan


02 Oktober 2015


Yuan class submarine (photo : haijun)


Thailand navy's 36 billion baht (about USD 988 million) plan to purchase three submarines from China may have to be delayed or even reviewed, navy chief Admiral Na Areenij said on Thursday.

The new navy chief insisted that submarines are a necessary capability. However, he understood that the economy is in a downturn with many limitations placed on the government in meeting the needs of people in every sector, the Bangkok Post reported.

This could affect the navy's bid for a submarine fleet, he said.

"We have to build opportunity from crisis. The navy will look to improving its knowledge, expertise and tactics. We have to increase the capability of our units under budget constraints. We may run short of funds, but we still can make improvements," Adm Na said.

"During my two years as navy chief, I will try to make the navy a place of learning and knowledge," he added.

Adm Na said if the submarines purchase plan was stalled, the navy would have an alternative to propose, but declined to elaborate, saying he is yet to discuss it with Prawit Wongsuwon, the deputy prime minister and defence minister.

The navy had submitted a proposal to acquire the submarines to the defence ministry, to be forwarded to the cabinet for consideration.

However, the proposal is still with the ministry at this stage, he said.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Lun 12 Oct - 16:24

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Royal Thai Army Orders Eight AW139 Helicopters


By Dylan Malyasov - Oct 12, 2015




New contracts worth a total of 140 million Euro for Finmeccanica-AgustaWestland helicopters. During the Helitech International Show held in London, the company announced orders for the AW139 and AW169 new-generation helicopter models, by both commercial and Governmental European and Asian customers for a total amount of eleven.

Among the operators to mention which have chosen the AgustaWestland’s new-generation helicopters is the Royal Thai Army, that will use eight AW139s for transport and utility services in addition to the two currently in service and the company Heliservices International GmbH which will use its new AW169 for offshore activities in the North Sea.

The helicopters ordered will be used for the implementation of a variety of missions, like passengers transport, law enforcement and offshore transport; and the entry into service of these machines, specifically ten AW139s and one AW169, is planned to take place between the end of 2015 and the end of 2016.

The AW139 and AW169 helicopters, thanks to great performances, cutting-edge technology and operating flexibility, have reached a unique success in their respective categories (intermediate for the world class leading AW139 and light intermediate for the recently certified AW169), obtaining a total of over 1,000 orders signed to date on the world market. The AW139 is the best selling helicopter in its category, with over nine hundred ordered, while the AW169 is the first new-generation helicopter in its category that has been launched on the market in the last thirty years presenting cutting-edge technological solutions in equipment, rotors, re-configuration capability for each mission, emissions reduction and safety standards.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mar 3 Nov - 19:13

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Thailand closer to BTR-3E1 production deal with Ukraine

Jon Grevatt, Bangkok - IHS Jane's Defence Industry

02 November 2015


Thailand is looking to produce the BTR-3E1 locally under an agreement with Ukraine. Source: Ukrspecexport



Ukraine and Thailand are close to finalising a programme that would support a Royal Thai Army (RTA) plan to locally build the 8x8 BTR-3E1 armoured personnel carrier (APC), a senior official from Ukraine's state-owned defence exports and industry agency Ukroboronprom told IHS Jane's on 3 November.

He said the plan would feature three phases and be implemented over the long term as Thailand gradually develops local industrial capability. The programme would support future RTA programmes to procure the BTR-3E1 as well as plans to export the APC to regional countries.

The RTA ordered in 2008 and 2011 more than 220 BTR-3E1s, which are being manufactured by the Kharkov Morozov Machine Design Bureau. Deliveries have been delayed by conflict in Ukraine but Ukroboronprom expects to hand over to the RTA the last of the ordered vehicles before the end of 2015, said the official, who did not want to be identified.

This would be followed, he added, by the programme to produce BTR-3E1s in Thailand. "We hope to sign a co-operation agreement in the near future," he said.

The BTR-3E1 programme would be carried out over several years and feature various levels of training and support for RTA technicians. Private industry in Thailand would not be involved in the programme with the RTA's own production units leading the project.

The first phase would feature RTA production units assembling the BTR-3E1 from kits supplied by Ukraine. If this is deemed a success, the two countries then hope to facilitate the RTA's manufacture of components and subassemblies, leading to full production of the vehicle. Under the final stage, elements of the BTR-3E1 that would not be manufactured in Thailand include armoury and weapons and the vehicle's MTU engine, which is sourced from Germany.

In addition to the BTR-3E1s, the RTA ordered T-84-derived BM Oplot main battle tanks (MBTs) in 2011.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mer 4 Nov - 19:23

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RTA Signed for Skyguard 3 Air Defense Systems


04 November 2015


Skyguard 3 air defence system (photo : Rheinmetall Defence)



Royal Thai Army ordered Skyguard 3 to replace its old generation of the short-range air defense system at the Defense & Security 2015

Rheinmetall Defence did not give more information on how many systems the RTA procured or when it will be delivered.

Skyguard 3 is anti-aircraft fire control radar with a Skyguard system can select either a gun instead of a Oerlikon Twin Gun GDF007 or Oerlikon Revolver Gun Mk2 and can also choose a V SHORAD missile launcher.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mar 10 Nov - 15:40

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Royal Thai Air Force’s Superjet 100 Makes First Flight Nov 10, 2015



The Royal Thai Air Force’s first Superjet 100 makes first flight. The King of Thailand has ordered three Russian Sukhoi Superjet airliners for his royal fleet. The planes will be fitted out with luxury furnishing, Maslennikov said, without specifying the value of the contract. The Thai King, 87-year-old Bhumibol Adulyadej, also known as Rama IX, is one of the richest monarchs in the world with wealth of over $30 billion, according to Forbes. The Superjet 100, built by Sukhoi Civil Aircraft, is Russia’s effort to break back into the global civil aviation market after the collapse of its Soviet era industry. The plane has struggled to gain market share after setbacks including a disaster in 2012, when a promotional flight crashed into a mountainside in Indonesia killing all 45 people on board. Sales of the plane have gradually picked up, but Russia’s state-owned Aeroflot remains the biggest single buyer with 30 orders.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Ven 13 Nov - 11:36

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Royal Thai Navy show its interest in BAE 99 meters corvette
Nov 13, 2015



Royal Thai Navy show its interest in BAE 99 meters corvette.

The class is currently being deliver to Royal Navy of Oman as the Khareef-class corvette. The design was derived from River-class OPV in which RTN bought as the HTMS Karbi. The corvette will have a significant improved capability and capable of handling 12-tons helicopter.

RTN has a requirement of another two OPV (excluding the second OPV currently building). In the longer term, ThaiArmedForce.com believe that RTN will have a requirement of the corvette/frigate to replace HTMS Pinkao, HTMS Tapi, HTMS Kirirat, and HTMS Makutrachakuman.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Lun 21 Déc - 11:16

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Thailand Mulls Deals to Buy Russian T-90 Tanks
Dec 21, 2015



Thailand is interested in buying T-90MS or T-90S main battle tanks from Russia.

Thai delegation visited the Uralvagonzavod, and seems to do an assessment of the type of T-90 MBT, because the latest T-14 MBT Armata not be exported in the near future.

By visiting Uralvagonzavod, the Army has information as a guide in determining which one will be selected MBT after the supply of Ukrainian Oplot MBT stalled.


As is known, Oplot tank originally projected to strengthen two cavalry battalion to replace the aging M48A5 tank.

The T-90 is a Russian third-generation main battle tank that is essentially a modernisation of the T-72B, incorporating many features of the T-80U (it was originally to be called the T-72BU, later renamed to T-90).

T-90MS – New modernised (M) version of the export tank T-90S, with a 1130HP engine, a PNM Sosna-U gunner view, a 7.62 mm turret UDP T05BV-1 RWS, GLONASS, inertial navigation systems and new explosive reactive armour (ERA). A new removable turret bustle is included, which provides storage for eight additional rounds. T-90MS is ready for serial production


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Ven 1 Jan - 20:57

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mar 5 Jan - 15:57

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La Thaïlande cherche une alternative aux chars ukrainiens


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10:30 05.01.2016(mis à jour 10:35 05.01.2016)


Des fonctionnaires thaïlandais de haut rang se disent préoccupés par les retards de livraison de chars T-84 Oplot.

Les retards de livraison de chars ukrainiens T-84 Oplot poussent la Thaïlande à chercher d'autres options, notamment des véhicules de fabrication chinoise et russe, écrit le magazine asiatique The Diplomat.

En 2011, la Thaïlande a passé une commande d'un montant de 240 millions de dollars sur l'achat de 49 chars T-84 Oplot-M ukrainiens et de matériel de combat auxiliaire à la compagnie ukrainienne Ukrspetsexport. Mais fin 2015, l'armée royale de Thaïlande n'avait reçu que dix chars. Ces retards préoccupent des fonctionnaires thaïlandais de haut rang. Bien qu'Ukrspetsexport assure vouloir fournir cinq autres chars début 2016, des sources du Diplomat font savoir que Bangkok pourrait renoncer au marché. En effet, l'Ukraine devait livrer 20 chars en 2015.

"L'un des signes de renoncement est la création d'une commission spéciale en Thaïlande qui devra examiner des alternatives aux T-84 ukrainiens. Selon certains médias thaïlandais, la commission envisage deux options: les chars russes T-90 (ou T-90MS) ou les véhicules de combat chinois VT-4/MBT-3000. Ces deux modèles sont basés sur les chars soviétiques T-72 et armés de canons lisses de 125 mm", lit-on dans le magazine.

Selon The Diplomat, entre 1992 et 2013, la Russie a vendu 1.297 chars et la Chine 461. "Sur fond de concurrence entre la Russie et la Chine, l'Ukraine a annoncé sa volonté d'intensifier la production et de sortir chaque année 120 nouveaux chars T-84 à partir de 2016", indique l'article.

En septembre 2015, le directeur général adjoint de l'usine russe Uralvagonzavod, qui fabrique les chars T-90, Alexeï Jaritch déclarait que la Thaïlande s'intéressait au matériel militaire de son entreprise. Une délégation thaïlandaise, selon lui, a visité la ville de Nijni Taguil pour se pencher sur cette question.


http://fr.sputniknews.com/international/20160105/1020752315/thailande-ukraine-russie-chars.html#ixzz3wNzBHELg
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Lun 11 Jan - 21:18

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20th Anniversary of 403 Squadron's F-16A Fighting Falcon livery
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mar 12 Jan - 15:53

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Rheinmetall reveals Thai air-defence contract

Peter Felstead, London and Ben Goodlad, London and Jon Grevatt, Bangkok - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
11 January 2016


Germany's Rheinmetall has announced it has secured a contract from the Royal Thai Army (RTA) for four Skyguard air-defence systems.

The contract, which was signed in July 2015 but only announced on 11 January, covers the provision of four Oerlikon Skyguard 3 fire-control systems and eight 35 mm Oerlikon GDF007 Twin Guns, as well as including the company's Ahead airburst ammunition and unspecified additional services.

A company spokesman told IHS Jane's , "The deliveries have not yet started; they will take place by the end of 2017."

He declined to specify the exact value of the contract, but a company press release said it was a "multi-million euro order" and that the company "attaches great commercial importance" to the deal.

"We are intending to win follow-on contracts," the spokesman added.

The contract is the company's first order from the RTA, although it has previously sold systems to Indonesia and Malaysia.

The four Skyguard systems will be operated by the RTA's anti-aircraft artillery division in central Bangkok, according to a source within the RTA. The new guns will replace ageing Chinese systems, namely the division's Norinco Type 74 (37 mm) and Type 59 (57 mm) anti-aircraft guns. The source confirmed that the RTA expects to procure additional air-defence systems to replace obsolete Chinese weapons.








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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mer 20 Jan - 14:30

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Royal Thai Army Unveils its new DTI-1G guided MLRS and ATMOS 2000 self-propelled artillery system
Jan 20, 2016




Royal Thai Army put its new DTI-1G guided MLRS and ATMOS 2000 self-propelled artillery system during the Royal Thai Armed Force Day ceremony.

DTI-1G is the guided version and has a firing range of 150 km developed by Defense Technology Institute or DTI.  The DTI-1G is a 300mm MLRS (Multiple Launch Rocket System) which integrates advanced technology of guidance and control system to increase accuracy of the rockets.

The rockets launcher system is mounted at the rear of a 8×8 truck chassis with four tubes in two lines. The DTI-1G has a firing range from 60 to 150 km.



Also on the display is ATMOS 2000 in which Royal Thai Army ordered 18 systems. The ATMOS-2000 (Autonomous Truck Mounted howitzer System) is a 155 mm/52 calibre self-propelled (SP) artillery system manufactured by Soltam Systems, now part of Elbit Systems. The ATMOS is fitted with a 155 mm/52 calibre ordnance which conforms to NATO Joint Ballistic Memorandum of Understanding (JBMoU), and is mounted on a 6×6 cross-country truck chassis.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mer 20 Jan - 14:33

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Royal Thai Air Force Security Forces Demonstration
Jan 20, 2016






During the ceremony of taking the oath of allegiance to the royal colors of the Royal Thai Air Force 2016. The Royal Thai Air Force Security Forces Command held a special demonstration the show capability of RTAF Security Force unit.

Personal are from 2nd Security Force battalion King’s Guard of Royal Thai Air Force Security Forces Command.

The unit demonstrated the tactical infantry weapon mission – or commonly known as rapid fire – in which the troops have been well trained to crouch, move, and take cover. The skill is used in the motorcycle patrol unit or the air base, combat information center, or air force operation center security unit.

In the next operation, the motorcycle unit demonstrated the rapid operation. Agility of their vehicle allow the two-men unit on the motorcycle to use their infantry weapon to counter threats within 5 minutes after the order was given. The unit also capable for surveillance, reconnaissance, search, contain, and destruction mission.

The unit also derived the Krav Maga from Israel and mixed with Muay Thai Chai Yut (ordinary Muay Thai mixed with Aikido and Judo). Krav Maga aims to destroy the five weak points of the human body. Royal Thai Air Force Security Forces Command train its personal on all of those hand-to-hand combats under the name Jarumporn.

www.thaiarmedforce.com


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Jeu 21 Jan - 10:42

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First Win (AV4) Multi-Purpose Wheeled Armoured Vehicle, Thailand




The First Win 4x4 multi-mission armoured vehicle is manufactured by Chaiseri Metal and Rubber Company (Chaiseri), a defence company based in Thailand, for military, peace-keeping, administrative and homeland security missions.

The vehicle affords a high level of ballistic and blast protection for its occupants against threats in the modern battlefield. The First Win vehicles are operational with the Royal Thai Army and the Thai Ministry of Justice.

First Win E reconnaissance or security variant is the latest addition to the First Win family.

First Win armoured vehicle orders and deliveries

The Royal Thai Army received 29 units, as of April 2014, and placed an order for another 200 vehicles. Deftech signed a contract with Chaiseri to acquire the first batch of 20 First Win 4×4 tactical vehicles for the Malaysian Army.

The first six units, which will be manufactured by Chaiseri, are scheduled for delivery in 2016, while the remaining will be manufactured and assembled by DRB-HICOM Defence Technologies (Deftech). The vehicles will be known as AV4 in Malaysian service.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Lun 1 Fév - 15:56

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Thailand signs contract with BAE Systems for second OPV

Jon Grevatt, Bangkok - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
01 February 2016



BAE Systems has signed a contract with Thailand's Bangkok Dock shipbuilder to support its programme to build a second modified River-class offshore patrol vessel (OPV) for the Royal Thai Navy (RTN).

BAE Systems said on 29 January that under the agreement it will provide engineering support and advice during the construction of the 90 m vessel at Bangkok Dock's facilities at the Mahidol Adulyadej Naval Dockyard.

A spokesperson from BAE Systems told IHS Jane's that the support will be focused on engineering and design, and will be provided through dedicated engineers in Bangkok and Scotland.

IHS Jane's also understands that in building the second OPV Bangkok Dock will have access to technical assistance provided by the project team involved in the ongoing construction of three River-class Batch 2 OPVs for the UK Royal Navy. This programme is worth GBP348 million (USD558.5 million) and was confirmed in August 2014.

Thailand purchased the design of the River-class OPV in support of Bangkok Dock's construction of HTMS Krabi , which was commissioned in August 2013. This vessel was also built in partnership with BAE Systems at Mahidol Adulyadej.

The programme to build the second OPV follows Bangkok Dock's signing of a THB2.85 billion (USD80 million) contract in September 2015 to lead the project in collaboration with other domestic shipyards. Bangkok Dock is aiming to build the second OPV in two to three years while other potential River-class OPVs contracts progress. The RTN requires at least five of the type, although the timing and scope of contracts will depend on finances.

There is also the possibility for additional sales of the River-class OPV in Southeast Asia, although these programmes would be led by BAE Systems. The company regards the success of the vessel in Thailand, the UK, and also Brazil, which ordered three OPVs in December 2011, as a potential driver of exports in the region.










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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Lun 8 Fév - 14:27

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Royal Thai Armed Forces to receive new H145M helicopters
Feb 5, 2016




Royal Thai Armed Forces  to receive new H145M helicopters in 2016

The Royal Thai Navy ordered five H145M helicopters in October 2014. Deliveries are scheduled to commence in 2016. The Royal Thai Army signed for six H145M too  with a VIP installation, under the Light Utility Helicopter Type II requirement, to be deployed principally on official passenger transport duties, with deliveries scheduled to begin in 2016.

The first helicopters H145M for Royal Thai Air Force with its camouflage pattern are ready and spotted at the factory of Airbus Helicopters.

The H145M (previously known as the EC645 T2) is an economical and versatile military helicopter covering the entire spectrum of military missions, from light utility to light attack.

The H145M delivers the reliability and low operating costs of Airbus Helicopters’ multi-role EC145, which is a rotorcraft of reference for law enforcement organizations and military services – including the U.S. Army, with its UH-72A Lakota version.

Earlier in november 2015 was spotted Thai Army H145M 20069 is towed from the production line to the flight test hangar. 20069 is also its construction number.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Lun 15 Fév - 15:34

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DTI-1G Hand over Ceremony


15 Februari 2016


DTI-1G 300mm guided MLRS has a firing range of 150 km (photos : TAF)


Defense Technology Institute or DTI is today hand over its guided MLRS to the Royal Thai Army, adding to the DTI-1, SR4,
and Tpye-85 with 130 mm MLRS already in service in RTA



The DTI-1G is the technology transfer program aim to enhance the defense capability of Thailand by receiving the guidance
technology from the so called "friendly nation" to manufacture the guided version of DTI-1.



DTI-1G is GPS/INS guided with 70-150 km range. it's Circular Error Probable is less than 40 meters at 150 km. RTA plan to
buy 3 systems.



Deputy defense minister also said he is very satisfying with the performance of the rocket system, saying that this in no
way mean the threat to the regional security but only for self-defense.



The guided version makes the system very precise to the target. During the test, the rocket missed out the pin-point
target by only 3 meters. He also wants DTI to use the technology to develop the other type of rocket and weapon
system including 122 mm MLRS or guided mortar.



He also said DTI already delivered several UAV systems to RTA and DTI 8x8 Black Widow Spider is under the test.

(TAF)  


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mar 15 Mar - 17:46

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Ukraine Delivered the Next Batch of the BTR-3E1 APC for Royal Thai Army

15 Maret 2016


BTR-3E1 Armoured Personnel Carriers of the Royal Thai Army (photo : military informant)


Ukraine delivered the next batch of the BTR-3E1 Armoured Personnel Carriers for Royal Thai Army, reported military-informant.com.

The production of Ukrainian BTR-3E1 Armoured Personnel Carriers has proceeded according to plans, and now the next vehicles are ready for delivery to Thailand. On February 22, 2016 at the Kyiv Armored Plant carried out the transfer of armored personnel carriers BTR-3E1 foreign customers according to the intergovernmental contract between Ukraine and the Kingdom of Thailand.

The BTR-3E1, having been developed at Kharkiv Morozov Machine-Building Design Bureau and being produced at Kyiv Armored Plant.

Reminding that the contracts in 2007 and 2011 to be delivered to Thailand total 233 BTR-3E1 and machines based on them, of which in 2010-2013 were shipped, according to different sources, from 142 to 153 units.

(DefenseNews Alert)


http://defense-studies.blogspot.fr/2016/03/ukraine-delivered-next-batch-of-btr-3e1.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Ven 18 Mar - 22:21

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Ukraine delivered the next batch of the Oplot-M Main Battle Tanks for Royal Thai Army


Mar 18, 2016


Oplot-M Main Battle Tank


 

The delegation of the Armed Forces of Thailand visited the «Malyshev Plant» in Ukraine, reported military-informant.com. The Malyshev Plant manufactures the Oplot-M battle tank developed by Morozov Design Bureau (KhKBM).

Delegation of the Armed Forces of Thailand examined the production capacity of the plant, has made the military unit of production and direct their production. Customers Demonstrated produced «Oplot» tanks  and tested them.

Next batch of tanks for the needs of the Armed Forces of Thailand is fully prepared for shipment.

The Oplot-M main battle tank (MBT) is developed by Kharkiv Morozov Machine Building Design Bureau (KMDB) for the Ukrainian Armed Forces. The MBT can destroy ground-based and low-flying, low-speed aerial targets, while offering superior protection and high mobility for troops.

The Ukrainian Ministry of Defence inducted the Oplot-M MBTs into service in 2009. In September 2011, the Royal Thai Army placed an order with Ukrainian arms trading company Ukrspetzexport for 49 Oplot MBTs.






http://defence-blog.com/army/ukraine-delivered-the-next-batch-of-the-oplot-m-main-battle-tanks-for-royal-thai-army.html  
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Ven 25 Mar - 9:14

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Royal Thai Navy received six Special Operations Craft – Riverine
Mar 24, 2016






The Royal Thai Navy (RTN) received six Special Operations Craft – Riverine (SOC-R) on 18 March to replace aging Patrol Boat Riverine (PBR).

These 10m-long SOC-R boats were built by Marsun, the Thai dockyard that also built the first three M10 Mk I SOC-Rs in 2012. These latest M10 Mk II boats are designed to operate along inland waterways and in coastal areas, chiefly to support special operations.

Propulsion comes from two 420hp engines with waterjets offering maximum speeds of 40+kt. They carry five crewmen and eight troops. The heaviest possible armament consists of three .50-cal machine guns.

These new SOC-Rs of the Riverine Squadron will operate in inland and boundary waterways like the Mekong River and Golden Triangle.

Their missions are to keep the peace, prevent illegal immigration, human trafficking, drug smuggling or any actions that harm homeland security. The SOC-Rs also provide fire support in combat situations.

Additionally, the boats will be used in humanitarian relief missions and to protect the royal family and VIPs.






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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Jeu 14 Avr - 16:36

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New Weapons for Thai AS550 C3e


14 April 2016


RTA AS550C3e Fennec helicopter (photo : AMDR)


Shephard recently witnessed new 12.7mm FN Herstal HMP400 gun pods and FZ220 70mm rocket launchers fitted to Airbus Helicopters AS550 C3e (since being renamed H125M) platforms of the Royal Thai Army (RTA).



FZ220 70mm rocket launchers (photo : fz)

These weapons will provide greater firepower for the RTA’s eight Fennec helicopters that are used mainly for armed reconnaissance missions, as well as forward air control, close air support, cavalry convoy escort, suppressive fire missions and to support drug suppression units in peacetime.


HMP400 gun pod with 12.7mm FN M3P machine gun (image : guns)

Forges de Zeebrugge (FZ) makes the FZ220, a seven-tube, 70mm, lightweight rocket launcher that weighs only 20kg. The FZ220 can fire FZ’s proprietary FFAR and WA rockets.

The HMP400 gun pods, meanwhile, mount a 12.7mm FN M3P machine gun especially designed by the company for airborne applications. It offers accurate suppressive and defensive fire against troops at ranges of up to 3,000m, and suppressive fire against light armoured vehicles out to 1,000m.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mer 20 Avr - 8:16

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Tuesday, 19 April 2016
DSA 2016: DSME Showcasing Missile Corvette, 1400 Class SSK, Thai Navy Frigate & Tide class

At the DSA 2016 tri-service defence exhibition currently held in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) South Korean company Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) is showcasing several of its most recent export projects: The Missile Corvette design for Malaysia, the 1400 Class SSK for Indonesia, the DW 3000 Frigate for Thailand and the Tide class fleet tanker.






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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Thailandaise/Royal Thai Armed Forces   Mar 26 Avr - 11:38

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Royal Thai Navy receives two new H145M military helicopters
Apr 25, 2016





The Royal Thai Navy receives two new H145M (previously known as the EC645) military helicopters.

The Royal Thai Navy signed for five H145Ms to be deployed on transport duties and other missions, with deliveries scheduled to begin in 2016. Its purchase represents the first export order of this militarized version of the EC145 T2, which is the newest and most powerful model in Airbus Helicopters’ proven EC145 light twin-engine helicopter family.

The H145M is equipped with a modern digital glass cockpit, night vision goggle compatability, and Airbus Helicopters’ advanced Helionix® avionics suite with a 4-axis digital autopilot.

Enhancements include an upgraded transmission system and incorporation of Airbus Helicopters’ signature Fenestron® shrouded tail rotor for improved anti-torque control.

For armed operations, the rotorcraft carries a mission computer, two rigid multi-purpose armament pylons that are easily removable, an infrared/TV electro-optical system, and a laser range-finder/designator/pointer. With its open system architecture, this innovative weapon system contributes to full situational awareness for the crew.



http://defence-blog.com/news/royal-thai-navy-receives-two-new-h145m-military-helicopters.html

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