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Building 3
Building 3: Aircraft used during anti-communism campaign.


OV-10 (Bronco)

-A-37B Dragonfly



OV-10 (Bronco)

Attacker Type 5
( OV-10C Bronco)
(1971 - 2004)



Attacker Type 5 (Rockwell OV-10C Bronco)
(1971 - 2004)

    The Royal Thai Air Force procured sixteen multi-purpose Rockwell OV-10C Bronco light attack aircraft from the United States in 1971. It was the first aircraft procurement made by the RTAF during the post-World War II. Additional procurement was made for sixteen OV-10s in 1973. These aircraft were named Attacker Type 5 and used for attack, escort and reconnaissance missions. Besides these missions they were also used to provide aerial support for ground units during anti-communism campaign.
    The aircraft served with Wing 2, Wing 4, Wing 5, Wing 41 and Wing 71.





Attacker Type 6
(Cessna A-37B Dragonfly)
(1972 - 1994)



Attacker Type 6 (Cessna A-37B Dragonfly)
(1972 - 1994)

The Royal Thai Air Force received seventeen Cessna A-37B Dragonfly Attackers from the United States, designated Attacker Type 6. An additional one was acquired in 1975 and another two were bought in 1985.

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