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Cavalry Centre, Fort Adison, Saraburi (Thailand)
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 25, 2009 11:44 pm
Post subject: Cavalry Centre, Fort Adison, Saraburi (Thailand)

Interesting vehicles at Cavalry Centre, Fort Adison, Saraburi (Thailand) :

- M8 Greyhound
- Bren Carrier
- Renault UE
- M24 Chaffee
- Stadhound AA
- Typ 95 Ha-Go
- Vickers AA Carrier !!!

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 26, 2009 9:20 am
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Wonder if the Renault UE was modified by the germ,ans and reused by the french after WW II, or it's a 100% french thing...
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The most interesting is the Vickers AA Carrier (I read that 5 of those survived in Thailand)
I wonder is there somewhere a Vickers 6 Ton Tank / Tickers Typ E in Thailand.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 26, 2009 10:58 am
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well, I didn't find anything about the Vickers AA Carrier, is there any picture or text about this model on the internet?

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 26, 2009 12:14 pm
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- the_shadock
well, I didn't find anything about the Vickers AA Carrier, is there any picture or text about this model on the internet?

P-O


Yes your just not looking on the correct website or under the correct name. These were Dragon Medium Mk IVs and 26 were sold to Siam [Thailand] in 1933. I doubt that they were sold as AA vehicles and were more likely to be fire support.

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from: www.network54.com/Foru...AA+Carrier :

"Here's a Thai "Type 76 AA Vehicle". So far I've located a total of five; they are housed by the following units:

1. The Reserve Affairs Centre on Viphavadi Road.
2. The 6th AA Regiment on Chaengwattana Road.
3. The 7th AA Regiment in Pathum Thani.
4. The Cavalry Centre at Fort Adison in Saraburi.
5. Provincial Army HQ, Uttaradit"
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"Here's a Thai "Type 76 AA Vehicle"


I don't know where that designation comes from but it doesn't appear in Vickers records in relation to that vehicle - however its does appear in relation to some reconditioned 3-inch AA guns that were ordered by the government of Siam/Thailand..

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New photo gallery

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