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Royal Thai Air Force joins H135 military training operators

Airbus Helicopters has signed an order for six H135 military training helicopters from the Royal Thai Air Force, as part of its pilot training...

MBDA’s Missiles tackle all Threats

MBDA is showcasing the wide array of missiles that it has for every conceivable theatre on land, air, sea and undersea on Stand 9....

Leonardo RTAF Radar Contract

Leonardo has announced a contract to provide an RAT 31DL air defence radar system to the Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF). The long-range radar...

Keeping Faith with Light Close Air Support

David Oliver - The appeal of light, close air support aircraft endures in a region increasingly worried by the likelihood of returning Daesh fighters adding...

The Royal Thai Air Force receives two new H225Ms

The Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) has taken delivery of its seventh and eighth H225M (previously known as EC725) multirole utility helicopters. Since 2012, the...

Royal Thai Air Force expands fleet with additional H225M order

Airbus Helicopters has secured an additional order of four H225M (previously known as EC725) multirole utility helicopters from the Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF),...

Indra wins contract to supply LANZA 3d radar to Royal Thai...

Indra, one of the world's top technology and consulting companies, has signed a contract for the delivery of its 3D radar, LANZA LRR, to...

Keeping Them Flying and Effective

New helicopters, to maintain effectiveness, need a planned upgrade path - something that the Royal Australian Navy is addressing early. Older aircraft may swap...

Thailand celebrates induction of T-50TH

The Royal Thai Air Force has completed the induction of its first four KAI T-50TH Golden Eagle supersonic trainers with 401 Squadron, based at...

Marsun unveils USV concept

Thai shipbuilder Marsun has unveiled a new unmanned surface vessel (USV) concept designed for a wide range of missions, ranging from maritime security and...

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