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MAN Energy Solutions to provide 175D-series engines for two RTN patrol vessels

Gabriel Dominguez, London - Jane's Defence Weekly

28 January 2020



Germany-based company MAN Energy Solutions announced on 23 January that it has won a contract to supply the main propulsion engines for
two new 41 m-long patrol vessels for the Royal Thai Navy (RTN).

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CGI imagery of the newest T-994-class patrol vessel on order for the RTN. The newest two vessels of the class will be powered by 175D-series
engines from MAN Energy Solutions. (Marsun)


"Each vessel will be powered by two MAN 16V175D-MM, IMO Tier II engines, each rated at 2,960 kWm at 1,900 rpm," said the company in a
statement, adding that the vessels, which are being built by Marsun Shipyard in Thailand, are set to be delivered to the RTN by August.

Although not specified by the company, the engines are meant to power the latest two T 994-class coastal patrol vessels ordered for the RTN. A
keel-laying ceremony for the vessels was held on 14 November 2019 at Marsun's facilities in Thailand's Samut Prakan district.

As Jane's previously reported, these two vessels, which will be the fourth and fifth of the class, will be in service as T 997 and T 998 once commissioned.
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Thailand signs for H135 training helos

Gareth Jennings, London - Jane's Defence Weekly

12 February 2020



Thailand has signed for six Airbus Helicopters H135 rotorcraft to be used for pilot training, the company announced on 12 February.

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The H135 will be used to train Royal Thai Air Force pilots from 2021. (Jane's/Patrick Allen)

The twin-engined helicopters for the Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) will be used for ab-initio and other pilot training requirements. Airbus did not disclose a contract value, but did say that the new helicopters will be delivered from 2021.

As noted by the manufacturer, the RTAF's helicopters will, in addition to the new Helionix avionics suite, be configured with two external cameras, providing pilots with a 360-degree view of the external environment. They will also be equipped with tactical systems and the Euronav7 moving map, air-conditioning systems, tinted windows, and height-adjustable pilot seats.
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Three Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk Arrived in Thailand

02 Maret 2020

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3 UH-60A Black Hawk (Refurbished) helicopters arrived in Thailand (all photos : AAG)


Royal Thai Army's new 3 Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk (Refurbished) utillity helicopters was spotted at port and during transport on road in Thailand in February 2020.

According to the Thai Army, there are 6 Boeing CH-47D Chinook helicopter wreck exchange programs, including repair parts, maintenance tools, with ground equipment that has been stationed in the General Support Aviation Division (now the 41st Aviation Battalion), the Thai Army Aviation Center.

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With the Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk (Refurbished) helicopters, which have been upgraded with the standard equipment installed in accordance with the US Army standards.

Most recently, images have been found in February 2020 states that all 3 units UH-60A have been transported to Thailand from the port and transported by low-load trailer trucks at night. Understand that there should be an examination by the Royal Thai Air Force.

Currently, Flight 9 at the Department of Aviation, Army Aviation Center has 9 Sikorsky UH-60L and 3 Sikorsky UH-60M (3 new machines from the factory), when combined with the newly provided UH-60A, the number will increase to 15.

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Although the newly assigned 3 UH-60A (Refurbished) the device will be a machine that has been used in the US military before, but has been restored to be modern and continue to use can last for many years. It is worthwhile to increase the number of general-purpose helicopters for the AAC.

In this regard, the 41st Aviation Battalion have 7 Mil Mi-17V5 general-purpose helicopters and being procured 1 additional unit, total 8 units, with a total procurement demand 12 machines to replace the CH-47D, although the loading capacity is not the same.

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TOW-2A RF ATGM of Thai Marines

25 Maret 2020

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Soldier of RTMC trained with TOW-2A RF ATGM (photo : Sompong Nondhasa)


Royal Thai Marine Corps have been supplied and delivered new TOW anti-tanks missile to replace the old model that have been active for a long time.

236 TOW-2A RF (Radio Frequency) include 18 unit for the Test Shot delivered on 19 June 2018 is ready to complete 18 test shots.

This TOW-2 RF leads by radio wave, perfect for shooting tanks with extra thick armor and destroying strong bunker. Can penetrate armor thickness up to 900 mm. There is a shooting range of 65-3,750 meters.

Day vision cameras have a magnification of 13 times. Night vision cameras have magnification of 4 times, the narrow area is 12 times. The missiles is able for 15 years.

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Second Batch of Stryker was Postponed

24 April 2020

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A Stryker armoured vehicle is displayed at the Royal Thai Army on Wednesday after the army received a batch of 10 of the 60 vehicles acquired
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Thai Army Defers Carrier Deal

The army will delay its 4.5 billion baht procurement of a second batch of 50 US-made Stryker armoured infantry carriers to the next fiscal year as part of the Defence Ministry’s 18 billion baht budget cut to help the Covid-19 outbreak fight.

The move was confirmed by army chief Apirat Kongsompong on Wednesday. Gen Apirat was responding to media reports citing an announcement by the army’s Ordnance Department regarding the planned purchase of 50 armoured vehicles.

It sparked criticism over the army’s spending at a time when the country is struggling to cope with the economic impact of the virus outbreak.

On Monday, the army’s Ordnance Department published a detailed plan to buy 50 armoured vehicles with weapons and a technical service package by means of foreign military sales (FMS) at a cost of 4.5 billion baht.

The Thai-US FMS procurement scheme, in which the Thai army will receive about 130 armoured vehicles, was endorsed and set to be approved by parliament this fiscal year.

However, the army has decided to defer the scheme to thenext fiscal year and give the money to the government to help it fight Covid-19 first, said Gen Apirat.

Under this contract, the US Army would give about 80 armoured vehicles to the Thai army for free, he said.

The Defence Ministry has slashed its budget for fiscal year 2020 by 18 billion baht, more than half from the army’s budget, and returned the funds to the government, army spokesman Col Winthai Suvaree said.

The budget cut has resulted in several weapons and military hardware procurement projects being shelved and the tie-over budget this fiscal year being trimmed, said Col Winthai.

Earlier last year, the army struck a deal to buy the first batch of 37 “refurbished” US-made Strykers for 80 million baht each (2.9 billion baht in total), but under the contract, the US Army would give 23 more Strykers to the Thai army for free, bringing the number to 60 in total, said an army source.

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Stryker 8x8 of the Royal Thai Army (photo : Sompong Nondhasa)

These Strykers came in mixed models — namely M1126, M1127 and M1129 — and with a training package and maintenance to be carried out in Thailand, plus Stryker training for Thai soldiers in the US, said the source.

The 18 billion baht budget cut has resulted in four major projects, including the planned purchases of tanks, artillery and military radar systems, as well as 26 other smaller projects being delayed, said Col Winthai.

Those projects in which contracts have already been signed now face a 50% budget cut, he said.

The 900 million baht tied-over budget originally to be paid out this fiscal year in connection with the purchase of the first batch of Strykers, for instance, was halved to 450 million baht, Col Winthai said.

Reports about the speculated new purchase of Strykers contained errors, which possibly stemmed from incomplete information obtained by some media outlets, he said.

This procurement project was secured thanks to the good relations between the Thai and US armies, he said.

Most recently, the US Army provided for free various types of bullets worth US$600,000 million and flown Thai students left stranded in the US back home last week free of charge as well, he said.

Gen Apirat admitted the budget cut would inevitably affect the army’s human resources development.

But the army would try its best to make the best out the limited resources, deputy army spokeswoman Col Sirichan Ngathong said on Wednesday.

Gen Apirat also warned those Facebook pages publishing false information about the army’s affairs to correct their reports because the army doesn’t want to take legal action at the moment, said Col Sirichan.

Opposition Pheu Thai Party spokesman Anusorn Iamsa-ard, asked why the army has to continue buying weapons, especially while the country was hurting from the Covid-19 outbreak.

He urged the army to prioritise its procurement projects and put the money to better use.

(Bangkok Post)

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RTAF will Procure 2 Light Armored Vehicles from Chaiseri or Panus Thailand

20 Mei 2020

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Panus Assembly AMV-420P (photo : AAG)


In 14 May 2020 Department of Transport, Royal Thai Air Force published a document announcing the middle price for the purchase of 2 Light-Armored Vehicles for the amount of 25,000 baht ($ 780,518.25), price/unit 12,500,000 baht ($ 390,259.12), setting the middle price (reference price) on 25 March 2020 Source of medium price (reference price) Thailand Panus Assembly Co Ltd. and Chaiseri Metal and Rubber Co. Ltd. Thailand by selection method.

It is understood that the two Light Armored Vehicles will be provided for evaluation purposes for Armored Car Regiment Department of Special Operations Armored Security Vehicle, Security Force Command which currently has two armored car companies : the Cadillac Gage V-150 Commando 4x4, equipped with an M2 .50cal heavy machine gun and 12 MG3 7.62mm co-axes and 12 Rheinmetall Condor 4x4 Germany with 20mm machine guns and 7.62 co-axes. mm, total 18 vehicles.

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Chaiseri First Win 4x4 (photo : miltech)


Although there is still no details about the characteristics of the light armored vehicles that the Thai Air Force wants to procure 2 vehicles, but specifying the median price from the Thai company Chaseri and Panus is an indication that this will competition between results Light Armored Vehicles of both companies.

The product of the Chaiseri is the First Win 4x4 armored armored vehicles which have been stationed in the Police Force and Thai Security Agencies and exported abroad.

The product of the Panus-Assembly is AMV-420P Mosquito 4x4 tire armored vehicle which unveiled at the Defense and Security 2019.

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RTMC Purchase AK-201 Riffles


04 Juni 2020

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Russian Kalashnikov AK-201 5.56x45mm assault rifle (photo : Kalashnikov Group)


According to the Naval Ordnance Department The Thai Navy plans to purchase 5.56mm AK-201 Russian rifles, total 500 units for 45,000,000 baht ($ 1,387,240.65) or per barrel 900,000 baht ($ 2,774.65) for the Eastern Marines Scout Task Force

It can be seen that when compared with the rifle from the west, such as Colt M16A4 in the amount of 450 units, costing 23,4006,986.16 baht ($ 721,769.54) for the Royal Thai Naval Academy. The price of the M16A4 long rifle, the US average price per barrel 52,015.548 baht ($ 1,604.48) shows the fact that Russian guns procured through Rosoboronexport Russian arms export agencies and Thai distribution companies are more expensive contrary to the belief that Russian weapons are cheap.

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Royal Thai Navy to Procures Three Amphibious Assault Vehicle

22 Juni 2020

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VN-16 with 105mm tank cannon (photo : Army Recognition)


The Navy provided budget for 3 Amphibious Assault Vehicles of the 1st Phase, worth 405 million baht. It is not yet known what type of vehicle it will be. But expected to be a Chinese VN-16/18 vehicle with news that the Navy has been interested in procuring for a long time.

The Navy which has already sent people to see while also supplying Chinese landing craft.

VN-16 is a 105 mm tank cannon and the VN-18 is a 30 mm gun carrier. Which, if the procurement should make the Navy has more firepower, but have to exchange with spare parts and all new training.

Other options are AAV-7 from the United States and KAAV-7A1 from South Korea. United States is ready to sell the AAV (2nd hand) to the Navy at a special price. In addition, the Navy is still active with this family of vehicles.

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Thai Navy has Successfully Delivered ATMG Assembled in the Country

15 Juli 2020

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M758 ATMG is local name of ATMOS 2000 Self Propelled Howitzer (photo : DefNet Military)


The Director of the PTT conducted the ceremony to deliver the M758 ATMG self-propelled artillery manufactured and assembled in the amount of 1 battery, 6 systems to the Navy. ATMG will be stationed in the Marine Corps unit on May 1, 2020.

The M758 ATMG (Autonomous Truck Mounted Gun) is a 155 mm Self Propelled Gun designed and manufactured by Elbit Systems, Israel. Which in Thailand the ATMG self-propelled artillery was provided for use in the Army under the contract of production and assembly under the supervision of Arms Building Administration Center, PTT, Ministry of Defense.

M758 ATMG is currently active in the Royal Thai Army, consisting of 1 battalion at 721 artillery battalion, a total of 18 systems.

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 Royal Thai army takes delivery of new Black Widow Spider 8x8 armored vehicle for trial tests

Defense News July 2020 Global Security army industry
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According to information released by the Asian Military Review on July 17, 2020, the Royal Thai Army has taken delivery of the Black Widow Spider 8×8 armored vehicle developed by Thailand’s Defence Technology Institute (DTI). The new vehicle will be tested for one year by the Thai armed forces.

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New Black Widow Spider 8×8 armored vehicle for the Thai army. (Picture source Blogspot aagth1)


The Black Widow Spider 8×8 wheeled armored vehicle was fully designed and developed by Thailand’s Defence Technology Institute (DTI), the National Metal and Materials Technology Centre and private international companies that have expertise in the manufacturing of combat vehicles. According to Thai officers of DTI, the new Black Widow Spider has the same level of technology in terms of mobility, protection and firepower to other similar modern combat vehicles currently available for the European market.

The Black Widow Spider was unveiled in November 2015 during the International Defense and Security Exhibition in Thailand. The vehicle unveiled at the Defense Exhibition in Thailand was configured to be used as IFV Infantry Fighting Vehicle fitted with a one-man turret designed and manufactured by a defense Company from Singapour. The turret is armed with 30mm automatic cannon and one 7.62mm coaxial machine gun mounted to the left of the main armament.

The new vehicle uses an 8x8 chassis with the driver and powerpack a the front and the troop's compartment at the rear. It can carry a total of 12 soldiers including commander, driver, and gunner. offers a high level of protection up to Level 4 STANAG 4569, against the firing of small arms up to 14.5mm caliber and mine explosion of 10 kg of TNT under the wheels and body of the vehicle.

The Black Widow Spider can run at a maximum speed of 100 km/h with a maximum cruise range of 600 km. The vehicle is fully amphibious being propelled in the water by two propellers mounted at the rear of the hull at a maximum speed of 8 km/h.

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New Black Widow Spider 8×8 armored vehicle at the Defense Exhibition in Thailand, November 2017. (Picture source Army Recognition)

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Royal Thai Army Starts to Deploy Spike MR Into Service

12 Agustus 2020

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Spike MR anti-tank missile of Royal Thai Army (photos : Defense & Security 2021)


The long overdue Anti-Tank Missile program to replace the Dragon of the RTA began a decade ago when they were selected the Spike as a winner. But budget shortfall see the project postponed year after year until RTA received the budget to procure an initial batch of the Spike MR.

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There are 33 user nations worldwide. The missile was developed by the leading Israeli defense company Rafael who was a familiar face inDefense and Security 2021.

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