phuri45 wrote:I think I found out a solution for Thai line infantry AT.
In the 80s-90s. Thailand bought massive amount of Chinese Type-69 RPG to outright replace the M72 and Super Bazooka. Perhaps, the Type-69-I can be the standard AT weapons for Thai line infantry '95 variant. Also, I found the date M901A3 arrive in Thailand. 1997
Depending on when it started arriving that could be very handy in cutting down the number of prototype units. I'd suggest the Suranari '90 go to M16/Type-69/Minimi or M60 [CQC] depending on when the Minimi arrived. That separates them nicely from Navikkayothin. The Thahan Rab can get it too to make them worth 15 points even without the RPS-001.
I think I'd just roll with the M901A3 anyway, it was in service with the US by 1991 so it's just a matter of shipping. Thailand needs the AT capability.
Eukie wrote:phuri45 wrote:Jor Tor Tōr (จ.ต.ถ, a shortened version for Thai word "จรวดต่อสู้รถถัง" literally "ATGM"). A five men strong, regular trained squad armed with M16 and M47 Super Dragon ATGM. This will be clearly one of Thailand's main weakness as it lacks any significant ATGM infantry. 15 points. Available Transport: M3 Halftrack, Humvee, M113A1, M113A3, UH-1H Huey.
Did Thailand operate, or even plan to operate, the Super Dragon?
I was just going to ask that actually, I only spotted it now. On one hand, muh Swiss superiority, on the other hand everyone else already has it for no damn reason so what's another card? Ideally it would be a Swiss Specialty, Jor Tor Tōr and Vuurploeg '90 would get the Dragon II or even Base Dragon and Light Riflemen '90 would get the AAWS-M but we can't always get what we want.