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Based on data from wikipedia, Scramble, Thai government and news websites. OOB - compiled by BrassEm 11:00, 27 February 2014 (PST)

The Royal Thai Armed Forces (กองทัพไทย) is the name of the military of the Kingdom of Thailand. It consists of the following branches:

  • Royal Thai Army (กองทัพบกไทย)
  • Royal Thai Navy (กองทัพเรือไทย, ราชนาวีไทย)
  • Royal Thai Marine Corps (นาวิกโยธินไทย)
  • Royal Thai Air Force (กองทัพอากาศไทย)


The Royal Thai Navy (กองทัพเรือ) is the navy of Thailand and part of the Royal Thai Armed Forces. It operates in three Naval Area Commands:

  • First Naval Area Command: responsible for the Northern part of Gulf of Thailand
  • Second Naval Area Command: responsible for the Southern part of Gulf of Thailand
  • Third Naval Area Command: responsible for the Andaman Sea (Indian Ocean)



In 2013, the Royal Thai Navy planned to complete the construction of a submarine squadron headquarters and training centre in 2014. 3x Attack submarines are planned over the next 10 years. (20 ton?)

??? Class Attack Subamarine

  • HTMS ...
  • HTMS ...


Fixed wing operations ceased in 2006. Rotary wing operations only.

Chakri Naruebet Class Air Craft Carrier

  • HTMS Chakri Naruebet
(CV 911)


DW3000F (Gwanggaeto) Class Multi Role Stealth Frigate


Oliver Hazard Perry Class Guided missile frigate

(FFG 46)
(FFG 48)

Knox Class Guided missile frigate

  • HTMS Phutthayotfa Chulalok
(FFG 461)
  • HTMS Phutthaloetla Naphalai
(FFG 462)

Type 025T Class Guided missile frigate (Upgraded)

  • HTMS Naresuan
(FFG 421)
  • HTMS Taksin
(FFG 422)

Type 053HT Class Guided missile frigate (Modernised)

  • HTMS Chao Phraya
(FFG 455)
  • HTMS Bangpakong
(FFG 456)
  • HTMS Kraburi
(FFG 457)
  • HTMS Saiburi
(FFG 458)


PFMM Mk.16 Class Guided missile Corvette (Upgraded)

  • HTMS Rattanakosin
(FS 441)
  • HTMS Sukhothai
(FS 442)

PF-103 Class ASW Corvette

  • HTMS Tapi
(FF 431)
  • HTMS Khirirat
(FF 432)

Province Class ASW Corvette

  • HTMS Khamronsin
(FS 531)
  • HTMS Tayanchon
(FS 532)
  • HTMS Long Lom
(FS 533)


77x Small Patrol Boats.

River Class Offshore patrol vessel

  • HTMS Krabi
(OPV 551)

Pattani Class Offshore patrol vessel

  • HTMS Pattani
(OPV 511)
  • HTMS Narathiwat
(OPV 512)

Makut Rajakumarn Class Offshore patrol vessel

  • HTMS Makut Rajakumarn
(FF 433)

Hua Hin Class Patrol Boat

  • HTMS Hua Hin
(PC 541)
  • HTMS Klang
(PC 542)
  • HTMS Sriracha
(PC 543)

PSMM Mk.5 Class Patrol Boat

  • HTMS Sattahip
(PC 521)
  • HTMS Klongyai
(PC 522)
  • HTMS Takbai
(PC 523)
  • HTMS Kangtang
(PC 524)
  • HTMS Thepa
(PC 525)
  • HTMS Theai Mueang
(PC 526)

Tor 991 Class Patrol Boat (Modernised Tor 91)

  • HTMS Tor 991
  • HTMS Tor 992
  • HTMS Tor 993

Tor 994 Class Patrol Boat

  • HTMS Tor 994
  • HTMS Tor 995
  • HTMS Tor 996

M58 Class Patrol Boat

  • HTMS ...

M85 Class Patrol Boat

  • HTMS ...

M26 Class Patrol Boat (2013)

  • HTMS ...
  • HTMS ...
  • HTMS ...

M21 Class Patrol Boat (2016)

  • HTMS ...
  • HTMS ...
  • HTMS ...

BMB-230 Class Fast Attack Craft (Missile)

  • HTMS Ratcharit
(FAC 321)
  • HTMS Vitiyakom
(FAC 322)
  • HTMS U-domdej
(FAC 323)

FPB-45 Class Fast Attack Craft (Missile)

  • HTMS Prabbrorapak
(FAC 311)
  • HTMS Hanhak Sudtru
(FAC 312)
  • HTMS Soo Pirin
(FAC 313)

MV400 Class Class Fast Attack Craft

  • HTMS Chonburi
(FAC 331)
  • HTMS Songkla
(FAC 332)
  • HTMS Phuket
(FAC 333)


Cannon Class Training Ship

  • HTMS Pin Klao


MSC-289 Class Minesweeper coastal

  • HTMS Bankaeo(II)
(MSC 612)
  • HTMS Donjai
(MSC 613)

??? Class Mine Countermeasures Support Ship

  • HTMS Thalang
(MSC 621)

M48 Class Minehunter coastal

  • HTMS Bangrajun(II)
(MHC 631)
  • HTMS Nong Sarai(II)
(MHC 632)

Gaeta Class Minehunter coastal

  • HTMS Ladya(lll)
(MHC 633)
  • HTMS Ta Dindang(lll)
(MHC 634)


Endurance Class Landing Platform Dock (LPD) HTMS Angthong

(LPD 791)

Normed PS 700 Class Landing ship tank (LST)

  • HTMS Sichang
(LST 721)
  • HTMS Surin
(LST 722)

Marsun M55 Class Landing Craft Utility (LCU)

  • HTMS Mattaphon(ll)
(LCU 784)
  • HTMS Ravi(ll)
(LCU 785)

Thongkaeo Class Landing Craft Utility (LCU)

  • HTMS Thongkaeo
(LCU 771)
  • HTMS Thonglang
(LCU 772)
  • HTMS Wangnok
(LCU 773)
  • HTMS Wangnai
(LCU 774)

Mannok Class Landing Craft Utility (LCU)

  • HTMS Mannok
(LCU 781)
  • HTMS Mannai
(LCU 782)
  • HTMS Manklang
(LCU 783)


Quiandaohu Class Replenishment ship

  • HTMS Similan
(AOR 871)

Jula Class Fuel ship

  • HTMS Jula(ll)
(YO 831)

YOG-5 Class Fuel ship

  • HTMS Samui(ll)
(YO 832)

Prong Class Fuel ship

  • HTMS Prong
(YO 833)

Proet Class Fuel ship

  • HTMS Proet
(YO 834)
  • HTMS Samed
(YO 835)

Chuang Class Fresh water ship

  • HTMS Chuang
(YO 841)
  • HTMS Chik
(YO 842)


Satahip Naval Air Station.


7x Dornier Do 228. Maritime Patrol Aircraft

5x Fokker F.27-200/400. Maritime Attack, ASW (Harpoon)

3x Lockheed P-3T/UP-3T. Maritime Patrol Aircraft, ASW

2x Canadair CL-215. SAR

5x GAF N.24A Nomad. Transport

2x Embraer ERJ-135LR. VIP

8x Bell 212. Transport

5x Bell S14ST. Transport, VIP

6x Sikorsky SH-70B Seahawk. ASW

5x Sikorsky S-76B.SAR, Transport

6x Sikorsky MH-60S Knighthawk. SAR, Transport

6x AgustaWestland Super Lynx 300. Maritime Attack



  • 1st Air Defence Regiment: Near Sattahip. Northern Gulf of Thailand
3x Anti-aircraft Battalions.
  • 2nd Air Defence Regiment: Songkhla. Southern Gulf of Thailand and Andaman Sea.
3x Anti-aircraft Battalions.
  • 1st Coastal Defence Regiment.
3x Artillery Battalions.
  • 2x Air Defence and Coastal Defence Command and Control Centers.
  • Air and Coastal Defence Supporting Regiment.
1x Transportation battalion.
1x Communication battalion.
1x Maintenance battalion.



Modified PL-9 Surface-to-air missiles

Type 74, twin 37 mm Anti-aircraft Artillery

Bofors 40L60 and 40L70 40 mm Anti-aircraft Artillery

Type 59-I 130mm towed field artilleries

GHN-45 towed howitzers

4/6x S-400 systems after 2013

AAA guns to be replace by BUK-M2E


  • Battalion Commando 619. Sattahip Naval Base.
  • SEAL Teams One and Two.


5x Type 69-II tanks

12x BTR-3E1 armored personnel carriers

36x AAV-7 (LVTP-7) armored personnel carriers

24x V-150 armored personnel carriers

HMMWV utility vehicles

M151 utility vehicles

M813 trucks

M35 trucks

GHN-45 towed 155mm howitzers

GC-45 towed 155mm howitzers

M101 towed 105mm howitzers

M120 120mm mortars

M29A1 81mm mortars

M19 60mm mortars

M224 60mm mortars

BGM-71 TOW anti-tank guided missiles

M47 Dragon anti-tank guided missiles

M40 recoilless gun

Armbrust anti-tank rocket launchers


The Royal Thai Air Force or RTAF (กองทัพอากาศไทย) is the air force of the Kingdom of Thailand. The Royal Thai Air Force Combat Group is divided into 11 wings plus a training school, plus a few direct-reporting units.

  • Flying Training School: 1st, 2nd and 3rd Flying Training Squadrons. Based at RTAFB Kamphang Saen in Nakhon Pathom Province
  • Wing 1: Attack wing based at RTAFB Korat in Nakhon Ratchasima Province.
  • Wing 2: Helicopter wing providing utility/transport and search and rescue. Normally based at RTAFB Lop Buri in Lop Buri Province
  • Wing 4: Light attack / fighter wing based at RTAFB Takhli in Nakhon Sawan Province.
  • Wing 5: Transport/observation wing based at RTAFB Prachuap Khiri Khan in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province.
  • Wing 6: Multi-role non-combat wing providing transport, mapping, communications and surveying. Based at RTAFB Don Muang/Bangkok.
  • Wing 7: Interceptor and attack wing based at RTAFB Surat Thani in Surat Thani Province.
  • Wing 21: Attack wing based at RTAFB Ubon Ratchathani in Ubon Ratchathani Province.
  • Wing 23: Light attack wing based at RTAFB Udon in Udon Thani Province.
  • Wing 41: Light attack wing based at RTAFB Chiang Mai in Chiang Mai Province.
  • Wing 46: Transport/rainmaking wing based at RTAFB Phitsanulok in Phitsanulok Province.
  • Wing 56: Currently forming at RTAFB Hatyai in Songkhla Province.