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Re: [Non included Nation] Thailand

Postby Killertomato » Tue 14 Feb 2017 11:05

phuri45 wrote:
Killertomato wrote:I don't think I-TOW production continued after TOW-2 entered production.

I'm afraid I have much skill in this field but when TOW-2 entered production. The Thai document also vaguely stated the missile as "TOW" and that's it. So I go with the normal TOW-->I-TOW-->TOW-2 as a temporary solution


TOW-2 started production sometime in 1983.
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Re: [Non included Nation] Thailand

Postby phuri45 » Tue 14 Feb 2017 11:40

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phuri45 wrote:
Killertomato wrote:I don't think I-TOW production continued after TOW-2 entered production.

I'm afraid I have much skill in this field but when TOW-2 entered production. The Thai document also vaguely stated the missile as "TOW" and that's it. So I go with the normal TOW-->I-TOW-->TOW-2 as a temporary solution


TOW-2 started production sometime in 1983.

Then it would be the TOW and TOW-2 that Thailand received. I should fixed that. Though, Thailand received a lot of TOWs in 1979. So I could put the I-TOW on the M151 instead.
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Re: [Non included Nation] Thailand

Postby FrangibleCover » Wed 15 Feb 2017 16:38

phuri45 wrote:
Killertomato wrote:I don't think I-TOW production continued after TOW-2 entered production.

I'm afraid I have much skill in this field but when TOW-2 entered production. The Thai document also vaguely stated the missile as "TOW" and that's it. So I go with the normal TOW-->I-TOW-->TOW-2 as a temporary solution

TOW-2 entered production in 1983 (And TOW-2A entered production in 1987, so why's that not in the game on all the '90s US stuff?). Missiles have time expiry periods, it's not very easy to find them out but Israel got their first TOWs in 1973 for the Yom Kippur War and this book claims that the Iranians got some Israeli TOWs around '85/'86 as part of Iran/Contra and implies they were knackered, although I admit that could just refer to the HAWKs: https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=Nkx ... ed&f=false
The Saudis got their first shipment of TOW-2As in 2000 and they've been turning up in Syria since 2015. At least some of them are time-expired too.

That gives us an upper-bound expiry time for basic TOW of 13-15 years (less if it was a later shipment of Israeli or Saudi missiles that we're seeing), meaning that if I-TOWs were exported to Thailand in 1990 they only had 6-8 years of life left in them even if they were the last batch to leave the factory. Remember that that's 13 years of storage in a warm, dry environment rather than Thailand's warm, wet one. I personally cannot imagine that the missiles given to Thailand were not at least TOW-2 if not indeed TOW-2A. Furthermore, many units in the game use ammunition they never received for balance purposes so I see nothing out of line with Thailand getting advanced ATGMs.
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Postby phuri45 » Thu 16 Feb 2017 09:34

Also, I just found out that Thailand have more Type-85 (450) than M113 (383). So it should be able to be provided to every infantry unit.
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Postby phuri45 » Mon 27 Feb 2017 17:24

I think I might found a new supply vehicle. Thailand operated several M992 artillery resupplying vehicles. Do you think it would be possible for the M992 to be included?
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Postby FrangibleCover » Mon 27 Feb 2017 18:17

phuri45 wrote:I think I might found a new supply vehicle. Thailand operated several M992 artillery resupplying vehicles. Do you think it would be possible for the M992 to be included?

Probably not, many nations operate some description of dedicated artillery resupply vehicle but nobody else gets one in game. I think it's under the principle that a generic cargo vehicle could be carrying any kind of supplies, from a Lance missile to a floppy-haired reservist. Artillery supply vehicles only carry shells. It's not an issue though, Thailand's pair of trucks and Chinook provide enough cargo transport capability. If you want something a little bigger then that light vehicles document you have had the M54 5 ton truck, you could trade the Unimog in for that.
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Re: [Non included Nation] Thailand

Postby phuri45 » Mon 6 Mar 2017 10:04

I think I found a new recon vehicle

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Postby phuri45 » Fri 10 Mar 2017 15:19

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Thai MP with HK-33 (Or the licensed version, the Type-11)
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Postby phuri45 » Fri 10 Mar 2017 16:23


Another shot of the 1996 parade
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Spoiler : Logistics :
Logistics

Nuay Banchakan (หน่วยบัญชาการ lit. Command unit): 5 men strong, regular trained squad equipped with M16 and M60. 100 points. Transport available: M35, M3 Halftrack, Humvee, V-100, UH-1H Huey, Bell 412.

M151A1 CP: The same as American M151CP. 100 points.

Humvee CV: Thai version of M998 Humvee, armed with M60 machine gun instead of .50cal. 110 points.

M113 CV: Your M113 CV available to South Korea and Denmark. 110 points

M577 Banchakan: The same as other M577. 120 point.

CMD M60A3: Command tank variant of the M60A3. 155 points.

UH-1H RTAF: Command Helicopters variant of the Huey in service with the RTAF, armed with M60 Machine gun. 105 points.

H-34 Sinka: Thailand operated a large fleet of Sikorsky H-34 Transport helicopter, which remained in service until 2003. This is the supply variant of this helicopter. 6 strength, Medium size, Bad optics, 180km/h, poor stealth. Carry 1,000 supply. 25 points

CH-47C Chinook: The same CH-47 Chinook available to other BLUFOR countries. 55 points.

Unimog Cargo: Your bog standard Unimog Cargo, 10 points.

M35: The most common BLUFOR truck. 15 points.

FOB: No explanation needed. 75 points.




Spoiler : Infantry :
Infantry

Thahan Rab (ทหารราบ, literally "Infantry"): A 10 men squad, Regular trained infantry armed with M16, M72 LAW and M60. 10 points. Available transport: M3 Halftrack, Humvee, M113A1, M113A3, Type-85 AFV, UH-1H Huey.

Thahan Rab'90: The upgraded version of the Thahan Rab, armed with M16 assault rifle, Type-69-I and M60. The price got increased to 15 points. Available transports: M3 Halftrack, Humvee, M113A1, M113A3, Type-85 AFV, RSP-15t, UH-1H Huey, Bell 412.

Thahan Rab Bao (ทหารราบเบา lit. Light Infantry): 10 men, regular trained squad armed with M16, M47 Dragon ATGM and M60E3. 15 points. Available Transport: M3 Halftrack, M113A1, M113A3, Type-85 AFV, UH-1H Huey

Thahan Rab Bao'90: upgraded version reequipped with RPS-001, M47 Dragon II and FN MAG CQC variant. The RPS-001 is the first indigenous Thai assault rifle, developed in the 90s when Thailand look to replace M1 Garand, M1 Carbine and M16A1 then in service with the RTA but had fallen out of favor when Thailand choose the purchase the M16A4 instead. Now, in this alternate timeline, Thailand believe in self-reliance and the rifle was thus accepted. It's a combination of Czech Vz.58 and American M16A2 firing 5.56 NATO rounds and should have the same stats as the M16 but with increased rate of fire (232 rounds per minute, in reality it can archive 620 rounds per minute but imagine MG-3 with the correct fire rate.). The Dragon II have 40% accuracy and 15 AP with 1750m range. 20 points. Available Transport: M3 Halftrack, M113A1, M113A3, Type-85 AFV, RSP-15t, UH-1H Huey, Bell 412.

Thahan Chaang (ทหารช่าง lit. Combat Engineer): 5 men, regular trained squad armed with M16 and M9 Flamethrower. 15 points. Available Transport: M3 Halftrack, M113A1, M113A3, Type-85 AFV, UH-1H Huey.

Por Ror Sor (ป.ร.ส, a shortened version of Thai word "ปืนไร้แรงสะท้อน" literally "Recoilless rifle"): A 5 men fire support team equipped with M16 and 106mm M40A2 recoilless rifle. 16 AP, 1,400m range, 40% accuracy, Regular trained. 10 points. Available transport: M3 Halftrack, Humvee, M113A1, M113A3, Type-85 AFV, UH-1H Huey.

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 Dragon II ATGM. This will be clearly one of Thailand's main weakness as it lacks any significant ATGM infantry. 15 AP, 2 HE, 15 points. Available Transport: M3 Halftrack, Humvee, M113A1, M113A3, Type-85 AFV, UH-1H Huey.

Arkhatyothin: (อากาศโยทิน, translated to "Air soldiers"). They are RTAF's base security personnel. Armed with Uzi, FIM-43 Redeye and FN MAG. Regular trained. 15 points. Available Transport: Unimog, M3 Halftrack, V-150 Commando, Condor and UH-1H Huey.

HN-5A: A Chinese MANPADS purchased in 1990. Mostly the same with Chinese HN-5A. Two men squad, armed with Type-11 and HN-5A. 5 points, available transport: M3 Halftrack, M113A1, M113A3, Type-85 AFV, RSP-15t and UH-1H Huey.

HN-5B: Looking to replace the retired Blowpipe, Thailand purchased 100 sets of Chinese HN-5B MANPADS in 1996. 10 points, two men strong ,regular trained, squad armed with HK-33 and HN-5B. Available transport: Humvee, M3 Halftrack, M113A1, M113A3, Type-85 AFV, RSP-15T, UH-1H Huey, Bell 412.

Ror Dor: Direct English translation for the term ร.ด, an abbreviation for the word รักษาดินแดน (Defender of the Homeland), in turn the unofficial name for นักศึกษาวิชาทหาร (Army Reserve Student Corps). Thailand's militia squad, or should I say students. Most of Thailand's male population including me and a small chunk of females who volunteer had to enroll into this organization when they're in high school. The squad's 15 men strong, militia trained, armed with Type-66 Siamese Mauser(In reality it's an Arisaka derivative), M20A1 Super Bazooka and Type-99 Light Machine Gun. The Siamese Mauser got 40% accuracy on static, 5% on the move, 64 rounds per minute. Prototype only. 5 points. Available Transport: Unimog, M3 Halftrack.

Ror Dor'90: Yes, upgraded militia. Rearmed with Type-11(licensed HK-33), Type-25 73mm Bazooka and HK-21 SAW with 30% accuracy on static and 10% on the move. In reality the Type-25 rocket launcher was a disaster with warheads exploding inside the tubes and substandard accuracy due to Thailand's lack of experience in working on things like rocket launchers and was quickly decommissioned. However it still archives penetration power demanded by the RTA. 15 AP, 35% accuracy, 20 rounds per minute. Available Transport: Unimog, M3 Halftrack. 15 points.

Gorng Pan Jujome(กองพันจู่โจม lit. Assault battalion): Iconic with their red berets. They're originally equipped with Uzi SMG and intended to be use for jungle and urban infantry powerhouse fighting. The squad's 10 men strong, armed with Uzi, M72 LAW and M60E3. They're elite trained and cost 25 points. Available transports: Humvee, M3 Halftrack, M113A1, M113A3, Type-85 AFV, UH-1H Huey, Bell 412.

Gorng Pan Jujome'90: The upgraded version of the original 75 variant. The 90s version comes with RPS-001S Assault rifle, Carl Gustav M3 and Minimi. The RPS-001S is the shortened carbine version of the RPS-001 with little to no difference to the original RPS-001. 35 points. Available Transport: Unimog, M3 Halftrack, M113A1, M113A3, YW-531H, RSP-15t, UH-1H Huey, Bell 412.

Suranari (กองกำลังสุรนารี Lit. "Suranari Unit"): Named "Suranari" after one of Thailand's heroine, is the name for Thailand's rapid response force based in Korat. The unit's formed in 1980s to respond to the Vietnamese buildup along the border. 10 men strong, shock trained infantry armed with M16, M72 LAW and M60E3. 25 points. Available transport: Unimog, M3 Halftrack, M113A1, M113A3, UH-1H Huey and Bell 412. 15 points

Suranari'95: Upgraded version of the Suranari. Rearmed with RPS-001S, Carl Gustav M3 and Minimi. 30 point. Available Transport: Unimog, M3 Halftrack, M113A1, M113A3, YW-531H, RSP-15t, UH-1H Huey, Bell 412.

Navikkayothin(นาวิกโยธิน lit. "Marine"): These are men from the Royal Thai Marine Corps. 10 men squad armed with M16, Carl Gustav M2 and M60E3. Shock trained. Available transport: M3 Halftrack, LVT, AAV-7A1, UH-1H Huey, Bell 412. 25 points.


Spoiler : Support :
Support

M109A5: Thailand bought 20 M109A5 SPG along with 6 CH-47D Chinook in the aftermath of the Thai-Laotian Border War of 1987 when they found it to be extremely difficult for towed 155mm howitzers to be relocated in the face of a Laotian counter barrage directed by North Korean advisers. The same in every aspect as the American M109A6 Paladin though its range is reduced to 22,000 meters. 110 points.

V-150 Peun Kor: A V-150 variant armed with 81mm mortar. M29 mortar, range 4,900m, 2,730m dispersion, 3 HE, 187 suppression, 18 RPM. 62 rounds. Armed with M60 machine gun for self defense. 25 points.

M106: Same as the American M106 and South Korean KM106. 40 points.

YW-306: An MRLS version of the YW-531H with 30 tube 130mm MRLS mounted on top of it. Similar to the Chinese PHZ-70 but with HE warhead instead of a napalm one. 7 HE. 65 points.

YW-304: An 82mm mortar carriage based on the YW-531H, with 1 extra armor on the front and ammunition capacity increased to 140 rounds. Armed with .50cal M2 machine gun for self defense. 35 points.

YW-381: A 120mm mortar carriage based on the YW-531H, 1 extra frontal armor, ammunition capacity increased to 65 rounds. Armed with .50cal M2 for self defense. 45 points.

M42 Duster: The same as Japanese and West German Duster. 15 points.

M163 VADS: The same as the American and South Korean VADS. Thailand purchased 20 M163 and 42 M167 during 1980s. 25 points.

M151 HN-5A: An M151 jeep with an HN-5A MANPADS mounted on it. 15 points.

Humvee HN-5B: An open topped Humvee with HN-5B MANPADS. 20 points.

Spada Aspide: A Spada Aspide SAM launcher mounted onto an Isuzu truck. Spada missile is the ground based variant of the AIM-7F Sparrow AAM. The Spada have 8 missiles, 4,550 meters range against airplanes, 2,800 meters against helicopters. 40% accuracy on static, very good air detection, medium size, poor stealth. 80 points.


Spoiler : Tank :
M41A3 Walker Bulldog: Commissioned in 1962, with more than 200 vehicles purchased, this tank formerly formed the nucleus of Thai cavalry corps replacing the M24 Chaffee. The M41A3 have 80 km/h off-road speed compared to the M41A1. 10 points.

Scorpion Light Tank: To reinforce the M41 fleet, the Royal Thai Army purchased approximately 150 FV-101 Scorpion Light Tank, Commissioned in 1978. 20 points.

M48A5: Commissioned in 1979, 105 M48A5 Patton MBT were purchased by Thailand. With the threat looming over the border the Thai military look to bridge the gap between their fleet of M41 and Scorpion against the Vietnamese T-54/55 and T-62. The same as Norwegian M48A5 though the Thai version didn't have the machine gun cupola. 25 points.

M48A5TH: This one's a fictional name for additional batch of M48A5 Thailand received in 1990. with improved ammunition and fire control, 2275 meters range for the 105mm gun, hitting with 16 AP and 3 HE, 45% accuracy, no stabilizer, 8 rounds per minute. Come with two M60 machine guns. Prototype only. 50 points.

M60A1 RISE Passive: Commissioned in 1990, as form of US Military assistance program. Out of 178 M60 Patton operated by Thailand, 53 of them were RISE Passive. The same in stats as the M60A1 RISE Patton. 40 points.

M60A3 TTS: Commissioned in 1996, as form of US military assistance program. 105 tanks entered RTA service. Same in stats as the M60A3. 50 points.

ZTZ-69-II:purchased from China in 1987 at the height of border tensions between Thailand and Vietnam. Thee tanks are 2nd hand from the PLA who sold it at 5-10% of the original price as a signal of friendship between China and Thailand. The ZTZ-69-II were originally purchased with 100mm gun. 8 frontal armor, 4 side, 2 on top and rear. 100mm gun, 3 HE, 12 AP. 40% accuracy, 10% stabilizer. Comes with M2 .50cal machine gun. Big size, poor optics. 35 points.

ZTZ-69-IIA: Later in the late 1990s, all ZTZ-69s in Thai service were sent back to China for maintenance, some of them were upgraded with 105mm gun(similar to the Chinese ZTZ-59-IIA) and enter service with the Royal Thai Marine Corps. 9 frontal armor, 5 side, 3 rear. 100mm gun, 16 AP, 3 HE, 50% accuracy, 30% stabilizers. Medium size, medium optics. Prototype only. 50 points.

Commando Stingray I: Thailand's pride and joy. While fallen out of favor in the US AGS contest the Thai army did liked the idea of light, highly mobile and hard hitting vehicles and thus the contract was signed. 5 years after the purchase the tank suffered from massive cracking issue. Cadillac sent team to investigate and turn out the cause of the cracking is the fact that the RTA have a competition for each tankers for who can make the tank jump as high as possible. The highest were reported to be over two meters. Cadillac repaired the tank for free and it returned to service. 3 armor on the front, 2 on the side and rear with 1 on top. 17 AP and 3 HE on the 105mm L7A3. 55% accuracy, 40% stabilizer. Comes with a .50cal. Small size, poor optics, poor stealth, 70 km/h off-road speed, 50 points.

Commando Stingray II: This one's an alternate history. Initially the Thai army was interested in them but the media keep slamming the military for the Stingray I's cracking issue to the point that the army's forced to drop them. In this alternate timeline of longer, more violent Cold War. Thailand purchased it as it need every guns it can get. Commission date 1996. 6 armor on the front, 3 on the side, 2 on the rear, 1 on top. 21 AP and 3 HE on the L7A3, again comes with the .50cal. Medium optics, medium stealth, small size. Prototype only. 80 points.


Spoiler : Recon :
Recon

Thahan Pranh (ทหารพราน lit. Hunter soldier): paramilitary forces recruited from local population to fight against communist insurgency. Armed with TOBZ-56, Type-69 RPG and RPD. Costed 10 points and have good optics. It should fill the gaps for cheap units, between the regular trained Susak-Dae and the more well trained JSDF ranger and to be deployed as watch out for any SF sneaking behind the line. Available transport: Unimog, M3 Halftrack, V-150, M113 ACAV.

Bell 206: Your recon helicopter. The RTA operates 4 by 1972 and 6 more arrive by 1976. Very small size, Very good optics, armed with FN MAG 58, 50 points

RTN Navy SEAL: Royal Thai Navy's elite troops, trained by the US Navy SEAL. Ten men squad, armed with Carbine M727, Carl Gustav M2 and FN MAG SAW. Elite trained. 30 points. Available Transport: LVT, AAV-7A1, V-150 Commando, Condor, UH-1H Huey, Bell 412

M151 Recon: Your bog-standard recon jeep. Armed with an M60. very good optics. The first M151 was delivered to Thailand in 1972. 10 points.

Humvee Ladtrawen: A Humvee armed with M2 .50cal machine gun with good optics. 15 points.

M8 Greyhound: The same as the Norwegian and Yugoslav M8. 15 points.

M24 Ladtrawen: Your M24 Chaffee with good optics. 20 points.

M60A3 Ladtrawen: The same with the M60A3 TTS in the tank tab in most aspect. With optics being upgraded from medium to very good. 70 points.

Pol Sum Ying (พลซุ่มยิง lit. Sniper): Two men/women, elite trained squad armed with Carbine M727, Armburst and M16 DMR. They're subordinate to Special Warfare Command based in Lopburi, Central Thailand. On multiple occasions, Thailand used female members for deep infiltration behind enemy's rear. The M16 DMR is basically an M16 with sniper scope attached on top of it over the handle. 90% accuracy for the M16 DMR. The Armburst have 14 AP power. 25 points. Available Transport: Unimog, M3 Halftrack, M113 ACAV, V-150, UH-1H Huey, Bell 412.


Spoiler : Vehicle :
Vehicles

M16 MGMC: An M3 Halftrack with quad mounted .50cal. Same in stats to the South Korean and Danish M16. 10 points.

Type-83: The Type-83 is the Thai designation of the WW2 era Japanese Type-95 Ha-Go light tank. The Thai military received 50 vehicles from Japan during the war and it remained in service until 1952, replaced by M24 Chaffee. However, in this alternate timeline Thailand needs every gun it has and recommissioned the tank for rear security and counter insurgency operation. 1 armor on all sides and even a 12.7mm MG armed transport can kill one. However, it comes with very small size, good stealth and armed with a 37mm gun that have 2 HE and 5 AP. 25% accuracy and 5% stabilizer. 8 RPM, poor optics. 5 points.

M113 FSV: An M113 refitted with new turret and 90mm Cockerill Mk.8 main gun. 2,000 meters, 50% accuracy 13 AP, 3 HE, 7 RPM. Poor optics. 25 points

M113 TOW: M113 armored personnel carrier with TOW ATGM mounted on the vehicle. The same can be found on US, South Korean, Norwegian and Danish decks. 25 points.

M901A3 ITV: Thailand purchase 18 M901A3 ITV in 1997. Use M113A3 chassis instead of M113A1's. TOW 2 mounted with 70% accuracy, 2625m range. No amphibious capability. 65 points

M151A1C: An M151 jeep armed with 106mm M40A2 recoilless rifle onboard. 16 AP, 1,750 meters. 30% accuracy. 15 points

M151 TOW: An M151 jeep armed with TOW ATGM. 20 points.

M151 I-TOW: An M151 armed with I-TOW ATGM, 8 missiles onboard, 20 AP, 60% accuracy, 2625m range. 35 points.

Humvee Jor Tor Tōr: Humvee armed with TOW 2 ATGM. Basically the American M966 Humvee TOW-2 in different names. 50 points

V-150 90mm: The same stats as the American V-150 90mm, but with 41 rounds for the 90mm gun instead of the 39 on the American version. 20 points.

V-150 Commando: American Recon transport. Thailand purchased these vehicles in the hundreds and they still remain in service even to this day. The Thai version were armed with MG-3 machine gun. 30% accuracy, 20% stabilizer for the MG-3. Good optics. 15 points.

Humvee: Thai variant of the famous M998 Humvee, armed with M60 machine gun instead of the M2 Browning or the Type-62 found on US and Japanese Humvee. 10 points.

M113 ACAV: The same as the American ACAV. 15 points.

M113A1: The same as American M113A1 and ROK KM113A1. 5 points.

M113A3: The same as American M113A3. 5 points.

Type-85 AFV: An upgraded version of Chinese Type-63(YW-531), being larger, with improved fuel autonomy and speed, with medium optics. Armed with M2 .50cal machine gun, its price got increased for the optics. 2 armor on top and side, 1 at the rear and on the top. 15 points.

LVT: An old WW2 vintage LVT, armed with 2 M2 Browning .50cal Machine gun and one M60. 35km/h off-road speed, 18km/h on amphibious. 5 points.

AAV-7A1: The same as American LVTP-7A1. Thailand receive its first in 1991. 15 points.

RSP-15t: An indigenous Thai APC developed by the ministry of defense, based on the Type-85 APC design. With reinforced armor and increased crew compartment. 3 frontal armor, 2 side and rear, 1 on top. Armed with .50cal M2 machine gun. Medium optics, 30km/h amphibious speed. Prototype only. 20 points.

Condor: A German Condor APC, 19 were exported to Thailand armed with MG-3 and Rh-202 autocannon. 20% accuracy and 10% stabilizer on the Rh-202, 30% accuracy and 20% stabilizer. 2 frontal armor and 1 everywhere else. 15 points


Spoiler : Helicopter :
Helicopter

UH-1H Gunship: an improvised variant of the Huey. With most of the equipment similar to the ANZAC Bushranger. 45 points.

Bell-412 Haopha-1: A Bell armed with two experimental Haopha-1 rocket. One rocket pod on each side of the Huey with 20 rockets in each pod totaling 40 rockets. 20% accuracy with 10% stabilizer. 25 points.

AH-1F Cobra: Thailand's only dedicated attack helicopters. 4 were purchased and enter service in the Royal Thai Army in 1990. 80 points.

UH-1H Huey: First delivered in 1968. The UH-1H Huey form the backbone of the RTA air arms. Similar to the American Huey, armed with M60. 15 points.

Bell 412: Purchased during the 80s and 90s by the RTAF. Same in stats as the Norwegian Bell 412 but rearmed with M134 Minigun. 20 points.


Spoiler : Plane :
Plane

Alpha Jet-A: 2nd Hand from the Luftwaffe, Germany exported 19 of its Alpha Jet A to Thailand in the 90s. The plane's armed with Mauser BK-27 autocannon, two AIM-9J Sidewinder and two Mk.20 Rockeye Ii Cluster bombs

A-37B Dragonfly: Thailand received 18 A-37B Dragonfly on the 70s with 2 more coming in the 80s, the plane's decommissioned by 1990, replaced by the F-16. Thai version come with 2 Mk.82 Snake Eye 227kg bomb and two Mk.77 Napalm bomb. 0% ECM. 75 points.

F-5A: Ground attack variant of the F-5A. Equipped with twin Pontiac M39A2 and loaded with two 500kg bombs. The load out was what the RTAF historically used during the Thai-Laotian Border war of 1987. 0% ECM. 70 points.

F-5B: The F-5B was armed with twin Pontiac M39A2 and four Mk.77 napalm. 10% ECM, 85 points.

F-5C: another ground attack variant of the F-5, armed with twin Pontiac M39A2 and 4 Zuni rocket pods. 10% ECM. 75 points.

F-5E Tiger II: Air superiority variant of the F-5. Twin Pontiac M39A2 and 4 AIM-9J Sidewinder missiles. 10% ECM. 60 points.

F-5F Tiger: equipped with GAU-13 30mm gun pod, a derivative of GAU-8 mounted on the infamous A-10 Thunderbolt, two Phyton-3 missile and two AGM-65E Mavericks. 30% ECM. The GAU-13 have 6 AP, 1 HE, 25% accuracy and stabilizer. 115 points.

F-16A Peace Naresuan I: Thailand's first F-16 variant, delivered in 1988. Armed with M61 Vulcan, three and three AIM-9L Sidewinder missiles. 20% ECM. 90 points.

F-16B Peace Naresuan I: Another variant of Thailand's F-16 received in 1988, this version's armed with two AIM-9L Sidewinder and four Mk.84 1000kg bomb. 20% ECM, Fuel reduced to 3500 L compared to 5,000 on normal F-16s. 20% ECM, 140 points.

F-16A Peace Naresuan II: Thailand's 2nd batches of F-16 received in 1991. Armed with M161A1 Minigun, 4 AGM-65D Mavericks and 2 AIM-9M Sidewinder missiles. 30% ECM. Prototype only, 140 points.

F-16B Peace Naresuan III: Another variant of Thailand's F-16 received in 1995, this version's armed with two Python-3 and four GBU-12 Paveway II laser guided bomb. 40% ECM. 135 points.

F-20 Tigershark: An alternate history, when Thailand's looking for fighters to complement its fleet of F-5s. The US offered Thailand two choices, F-16/79 and F-20 Tigershark. The RTAF is in active talk with the US and Northrop for sales of the Tigershark when the US got Raegan as President. And when actual F-16s become available. Thailand immediately go for it. Now here, in a much more heated up and more urgent situation they go for it. A sizable fleet of Tigershark were delivered before the US offer F-16s on sale. The F-20 Tigershark is armed with two AIM-7M Sparrow and four AIM-9L Sidewinder. 30% ECM. Prototype only. 135 points.

F-86L Sabre: Thai variant of the F-86 Sabre, 74 were purchased from the US. M2 Browning Machine gun, 2 227kg Mk.82 Snake Eye bombs. 0% ECM. 65 points.


Update 0.02

Changes
Spoiler : Units added :
-M577 Banchakan, H-34 Sinka (Logistics)
-Arkhatyothin (Infantry)
-V-150 Peun Kor(Support)
-M151 Recon, Humvee Ladtrawen, M24 Lādtrawen (Recon)
-M151 I-TOW, Humvee Jor Tor Tōr, Condor (Vehicle)
-H-34 Chicksaw (Helicopter)
-Alpha Jet A, F-16B Peace Naresuan I, F-16B Peace Naresuan III, F-20 Tigershark (Plane)


Spoiler : Units removed :
Type-85 ACV (Logistics)
Redeye, RPS-7, Pak Tong Chai and Navikkayothin'95 (Infantry)
M24 Chaffee, Panzer-68 and TH-301(Tank)
Tor Chor Dor and both RTA Ranger variants(Recon)
Humvee I-TOW (Vehicle)
UH-60A(Helicopter)
AV-8S Matador RTN, AV-8B Harrier II RTN, A-7E Corsair II, F/A-18C Peace Naresuan IV (Plane)]


Spoiler : Units renamed :
-"M151 RR" to "M151A1C"
-"Type-95 Ha-Go" to "Type-83" (Thai designation for the Ha-Go)
-"M60A3 TTS Recon" to "M60A3 Ladtrawen"


Spoiler : Stats change :
-Thahan Rab'90's RPS-001 replaced with M16, the M72A4 LAW was replaced with Type-69-I RPG
-Thahan Rab Bao'90's Super Dragon replaced with M47 Dragon II
-Navikkayothin'80 M72 LAW replaced with Carl Gustav M2 and M60 replaced with M60E3.
-Redeye's M16 replaced with Uzi
-HN-5A's M16 replaced with HK-33.
-HN-5B's RPS-001 replaced with HK-33.
-Replace Thahan Rab Bao'80's M60 with M60E3.
-M48A5TH de-prototyped, AP power reduced from 17 to 16, replaced MG loadout from one M2 .50cal and one M60 to two M60.
-M60A3 Ladtrawen optics nerfed from "Exceptional" to "Very Good". Price buffed from 80 to 70 points.
-Type-83's main gun AP power buffed from 3 to 5, accuracy nerfed to 25%, added Type-97 hull mounted machine gun to the Type-83. 30% Accuracy, 450 RPM.
-Pol Sum Ying's M72 LAW replaced by Armburst
-All Type-85 variants de-prototyped except for the RSP-15T.
-F-5C's load out changed from two Zuni rocket pods and two 227kg bomb to four Zuni rocket pods. Price buffed to 75 points.
-F-5F's GAU-13's accuracy nerfed from 30% to 25%.
-F-16A Peace Naresuan II's load out changed from four AGM-65E and two AIM-9M to four GBU-12 Paveway II and two Python-3. Price nerfed to 135 points.
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