This time, Thai Troops are really going to Darfur.

Tuesday 10 March 2009

With the unknown reason, Thai troops who suppose to paticipate the UN mission in Darfur were rejected by Sudanese Government several year ago.

But this time they agree to accept and 800 Royal Thai Army personnels will fly to Darfur under the United Nation supervision in July or August.

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Wargame In Paradise

Saturday 7 March 2009

A Thai marine aims his weapon during an amphibious assault exercise as part of the Cobra Gold ’09 joint military exercise at a military base in Chonburi Province, east of Bangkok Feb. 13, 2009. (Sukree Sukplang/Reuters)

War games in paradise

Welcome to Cobra Gold, the largest US military exercise in Asia.

By Patrick Winn – GlobalPost
Published: February 18, 2009 17:47 ET
Updated: February 19, 2009 14:57 ET

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Cobra Gold 2009 Gallery

Saturday 7 March 2009

Welcome again to the ASEAN finest military exercise!


A Thai soldier runs for cover after jumping off a helicopter during the Cobra Gold 2009 military exercise on Hat Yao beach in Chonburi province, southeastern Thailand Friday, Feb. 13, 2009. The two-week annual joint exercise involving nearly 12,000 soldiers from Thailand, the United States, Singapore, Japan, and Indonesia, taking part in land, sea and air drill, is considered the largest military operations in the Southeast Asia region. AP Photo by Apichart Weerawong

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Elang Thainesia 2008

Wednesday 4 March 2009
Elang Thainesia XIV

Elang Thainesia XIV

A biannual training between Royal Thai Air Force and Indonesian Air Force in October 2008.

Photo and news!

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Muslim Insurgency Triggers Thai Spending Blitz

Monday 2 March 2009

This news article highlight many RTA procurement project. Some of them we are already know well like TAR-21, REVA 4×4, BTR-3E1, Mi-17V5 etc.

But the sentence I underlined is the new update. 9 “Transport, combat resupply and medical evacuation” helicopter.

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