Photo Gallery: RTA Elite Units In Southern Thailand

Soldiers prepare to storm the house of suspected Muslim militants after an encounter in southern Thailand's Yala province, about 1,084 km (674 miles) south of Bangkok June 27, 2009. A soldier, a policeman and a suspected insurgent were killed in a gun battle in Thailand's restive Muslim south, security forces said on Saturday. REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom (THAILAND SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS CRIME LAW)

Soldiers prepare to storm the house of suspected Muslim militants after an encounter in southern Thailand's Yala province, about 1,084 km (674 miles) south of Bangkok June 27, 2009. A soldier, a policeman and a suspected insurgent were killed in a gun battle in Thailand's restive Muslim south, security forces said on Saturday. REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom (THAILAND SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS CRIME LAW)

As there are no news update on Thai military right now. I provides you a set of photo of RTA Special Unit in action!

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Thai policemen inspect the body of a suspected separatist militant killed during a clash with police in the Bannang Sata district of Thailand's restive southern province of Yala, on June 27, 2009. A Thai soldier, a policeman and a suspected Muslim militant were killed in an early morning clash in the kingdom's troubled south, police said. More than 3,700 people have died since early 2004 in the mostly ethnic Malay provinces of Yala, Pattani and Narathiwat.

Thai policemen inspect the body of a suspected separatist militant killed during a clash with police in the Bannang Sata district of Thailand's restive southern province of Yala, on June 27, 2009. A Thai soldier, a policeman and a suspected Muslim militant were killed in an early morning clash in the kingdom's troubled south, police said. More than 3,700 people have died since early 2004 in the mostly ethnic Malay provinces of Yala, Pattani and Narathiwat.

Thai soldiers take their position during the exchange of gunfire with suspected Muslim insurgents in Bannang Sata district of Yala province, southern Thailand, 27 June 2009. The joint police and military force raid a village and clashed with suspected insurgents. One suspected militant was killed while a policeman and one soldier were killed as another soldier was seriously wounded in the gun battle, police said. Nearly 3,700 people have died in government crackdowns, bombings, revenge killings and beheadings since 2004 in three Muslim majority provinces of Narathiwat, Pattani and Yala.  EPA/NAKHARIN CHINNAWORNKOMOL

Thai soldiers take their position during the exchange of gunfire with suspected Muslim insurgents in Bannang Sata district of Yala province, southern Thailand, 27 June 2009. The joint police and military force raid a village and clashed with suspected insurgents. One suspected militant was killed while a policeman and one soldier were killed as another soldier was seriously wounded in the gun battle, police said. Nearly 3,700 people have died in government crackdowns, bombings, revenge killings and beheadings since 2004 in three Muslim majority provinces of Narathiwat, Pattani and Yala. EPA/NAKHARIN CHINNAWORNKOMOL

 
 
Soldiers prepare to storm the house of suspected Muslim militants after an encounter in southern Thailand's Yala province, about 1,084 km (674 miles) south of Bangkok June 27, 2009. A soldier, policeman and a suspected insurgent were killed in a gun battle in Thailand's restive Muslim south, security forces said on Saturday. REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom  (THAILAND CONFLICT SOCIETY)

Soldiers prepare to storm the house of suspected Muslim militants after an encounter in southern Thailand's Yala province, about 1,084 km (674 miles) south of Bangkok June 27, 2009. A soldier, policeman and a suspected insurgent were killed in a gun battle in Thailand's restive Muslim south, security forces said on Saturday. REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom (THAILAND CONFLICT SOCIETY)

Soldiers prepare to storm the house of suspected Muslim militants after an encounter in southern Thailand's Yala province, about 1,084 km (674 miles) south of Bangkok June 27, 2009. A soldier, policeman and a suspected insurgent were killed in a gun battle in Thailand's restive Muslim south, security forces said on Saturday. REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom (THAILAND SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS CRIME LAW)

Soldiers prepare to storm the house of suspected Muslim militants after an encounter in southern Thailand's Yala province, about 1,084 km (674 miles) south of Bangkok June 27, 2009. A soldier, policeman and a suspected insurgent were killed in a gun battle in Thailand's restive Muslim south, security forces said on Saturday. REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom (THAILAND SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS CRIME LAW)

Soldiers prepare to storm the house of suspected Muslim militants after an encounter in southern Thailand's Yala province, about 1,084 km (674 miles) south of Bangkok June 27, 2009. A soldier, a policeman and a suspected insurgent were killed in a gun battle in Thailand's restive Muslim south, security forces said on Saturday. REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom (THAILAND SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS CRIME LAW)

Soldiers prepare to storm the house of suspected Muslim militants after an encounter in southern Thailand's Yala province, about 1,084 km (674 miles) south of Bangkok June 27, 2009. A soldier, a policeman and a suspected insurgent were killed in a gun battle in Thailand's restive Muslim south, security forces said on Saturday. REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom (THAILAND SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS CRIME LAW)

Soldiers prepare to storm the house of suspected Muslim militants after an encounter in southern Thailand's Yala province, about 1,084 km (674 miles) south of Bangkok June 27, 2009. A soldier, policeman and a suspected insurgent were killed in a gun battle in Thailand's restive Muslim south, security forces said on Saturday. REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom (THAILAND SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS CRIME LAW)

Soldiers prepare to storm the house of suspected Muslim militants after an encounter in southern Thailand's Yala province, about 1,084 km (674 miles) south of Bangkok June 27, 2009. A soldier, policeman and a suspected insurgent were killed in a gun battle in Thailand's restive Muslim south, security forces said on Saturday. REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom (THAILAND SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS CRIME LAW)

Thai soldiers fire tear gas during the exchange of gunfire with suspected Muslim insurgents in Bannang Sata district of Yala province, southern Thailand, 27 June 2009. The joint police and military force raid a village and clashed with suspected insurgents. One suspected militant was killed while a policeman and one soldier were killed as another soldier was seriously wounded in the gun battle, police said. Nearly 3,700 people have died in government crackdowns, bombings, revenge killings and beheadings since 2004 in three Muslim majority provinces of Narathiwat, Pattani and Yala.  EPA/NAKHARIN CHINNAWORNKOMOL

Thai soldiers fire tear gas during the exchange of gunfire with suspected Muslim insurgents in Bannang Sata district of Yala province, southern Thailand, 27 June 2009. The joint police and military force raid a village and clashed with suspected insurgents. One suspected militant was killed while a policeman and one soldier were killed as another soldier was seriously wounded in the gun battle, police said. Nearly 3,700 people have died in government crackdowns, bombings, revenge killings and beheadings since 2004 in three Muslim majority provinces of Narathiwat, Pattani and Yala. EPA/NAKHARIN CHINNAWORNKOMOL

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