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Stryker IFV

Thailand Cuts Defence Spending to Offset Costs of COVID-19

The Royal Thai Army (RTA) will defer its planned $138 million (4.5 billion-baht) buy of a second batch of 50 General Dynamics Land Systems...
Panus-4x4

Thailand moves ahead with indigenous AFV development

Locally built armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) look set to feature more prominently in future acquisition programmes for the Thai military, thanks to years of...
DTI

National Defence Industry set for Multiple Sector Growth

Interview with Director-General of Defence Technology Institute, Air Chief Marshal Preecha Pradabmook (PhD). The Defence Technology Institute (DTI) is the primary defence research and development...
Thales-GM400

Thales shows Radars, Missiles and C5i

At Defense and Security Thailand, Thales Group will be presenting solutions in land defence, air operations, maritime security and underwater systems. Some of the...
Thailand-DTI

Thailand’s Defence Technology Institute to digitalise Armed Forces’ capabilities

The digital revolution has opened up a world of possibilities for armies by allowing them to use the best technology to outsmart opponents. Precise...
KAI-T-50

Thailand’s Spending Spree

by Andrew Drwiega and Dr. Lee Willet With the Thai government being controlled by the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO), in other words...
Ukroboronprom-BTR-4

License sought for regional production of Ukraine’s BTR-4

State-owned defence industry group Ukroboronprom is pursuing regional license manufacture for its 8x8 BTR-4 armoured personnel carrier (APC). A company representative said it is...
Rosoboronexport

Thai Army takes two Mil Mi-17V-5 Helicopters

At Defense & Security Thailand 2017, deputy director of Russia’s Federal Service for Military and Technical Cooperation Mikhail Petukhov announced that Russia had signed...
COLT

Colt shows ADF Spec M5 enhanced carbine

Legendary weapons manufacturer Colt is at D&S 2017 to support the Royal Thai Army, a long term traditional customer for the company’s traditional M4A1...
NORINCO

Chinese armour boosts Royal Thai Army firepower

The Royal Thai Army has received the first batch of 28 Chinese-made VT4 main battle tanks (MBT), 18 months after awarding a $147 million...

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