Ryal Thai Airmed Forces

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Ryal Thai Airmed Forces
Royal Thai Armed Forces
กองทัพไทย
Emblem of the Royal Thai Armed Forces HQ.svg
Emblem of the Royal Thai Armed Forces Headquarters
Foondit 1852
Service branches Royal Thai Airmy
Royal Thai Navy
Royal Thai Air Force
Heidquarters Royal Thai Armed Forces Headquarters, Bangkok
Leadership
Heid of the Airmed Forces Keeng Maha Vajiralongkorn of Thailand
Meenister of Defence General Prawit Wongsuwan
Chief of the Defence Force General Thanchaiyan Srisuwan
Manpower
Militar age 21–45
Conscription 21 years of age
Reachin militar
age annually
(1,043,204 (2013)[1])
Active personnel 357,000 (Estimated)
Reserve personnel 375,439 (Estimated)
Expenditures
Budget 220 billion baht (FY2018)
Percent o GDP ~1.5% (FY2018)
Industry
Domestic suppliers Thai Aviation Industry, Chaiseri Defence, Defense Technology Institute, Avia Satcom, Bangkok Dock, G-Force Composite, Italthai Marine, Marsun Shipbuilding, Military Explosives Factory, Naval Aircraft Experimental, Mahidol Adulyadej Naval Dockyard, Thai Rung Union Car
Foreign suppliers Australia
Austria
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
China
Czech Republic
France
Germany
India
Israel
Italy
Japan
Pakistan
Philippines
Russia
South Africa
South Korea
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Ukraine
United Kingdom
United States
Annual imports Singapore
Relatit airticles
History Military history of Thailand
Ranks Military ranks of Thailand

The Royal Thai Airmed Forces (Thai: กองทัพไทย; RTGSKong Thap Thai) is the name of the meelitary of the Kinrick o Thailand. It conseests of the following brainches:

The Heid of the Thai Airmed Forces (จอมทัพไทย; RTGSChom Thap Thai) is Keeng of Thailand,[2] however this position is only nominal. The airmed forces are ostensibly managed by the Meenistry of Defense of Thailand, which is headed by the meenister of defence (a member of the Cabinet of Thailand) and commanded by the Royal Thai Airmed Forces Headquarters, which in turn is headed by the Chief of Defence Forces of Thailand.[3]

The Royal Thai Airmed Forces Day is celebrated on 18 January to commemorate the victory of Keeng Naresuan the Great in battle against the Crown Prince of Burma in 1593.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "Manpower Reaching Military Age Annually". Global Firepower. Global Firepower. Retrieved 16 October 2014. 
  2. Chapter 2 of the 2007 Constitution of Thailand. En.wikisource.org. Retrieved on 18 January 2012.
  3. Ministry of Defense. www.globalsecurity.org. Retrieved on 18 January 2012.