Saturday, February 24, 2024

Royal Thai Army hold national military exercises

Royal Thai Army  soldiers from 2nd infantry battalion 21st regiment Queen’s guard participate in the combined assault exercise.

The soldiers of 21st regiment of the royal Thai armed forces with new CAESAR and ATMOS ATMG Self-Propelled Howitzers  took part in tactical military exercises.

The  crews of armored vehicles and M60A1 / M60A3 main battle tanks practiced destroying of  targets using cannons, machine guns and unguided rockets .

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From the air, participated in the exercises  AH-1F   and Mi-17V5  helicopters.

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