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The Republic Thai Armed Forces


Commander-in-Chief


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Chief of Defense Forces of the Armed Forces
Supreme Commander Songkitti Jaggabatara

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Commander-in-Chief of the Republic Thai Army
Field Marshal Yuthasak Sasiprapha
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Commander-in-Chief of the Republic Thai Navy
Admiral of the Fleet Kamthorn Phumhiran
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Commander-in-Chief of the Republic Thai Air Force
Marshal of the Air Force Sukampol Suwannathat


The Personnel
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Republic Thai Army
Active Duty: 471,148
Deployable: 398,752
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Republic Thai Navy
Active Duty: 104,630
Deployable: 67,680
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Republic Thai Air Force
Active Duty: 78,294
Deployable: 19,793
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Republic Thai Special Force
Active Duty: 4,500
Deployable: 4,500

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Republic Thai Army Reservist
Available to Call: 2,000,000

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Republic Thai Paramilitary Force
Active Duty: 69,000
Deployable: 69,000




List of equipment of the Royal Thai Armed Force
The Equipment | Secret
Structure
Tank
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T-90S
Total: 1400
Active: 1,315
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T-84 Oplot-T (M)
Total: 560
Active: 550
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Stingray Light Tank
Total: 12
Used by training
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M1134 Stryker ATGM
Total: 50
Active: 38
Infantry Fighting Vehicle & Armoured Personnel Carrier
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BMP-3 Infantry Fighting Vehicle
Total: 643
Active: 614
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DN-V Bufalo
Total: 400
Active: 395
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BTR-90
Total: 1,485
Active: 1,375
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ZBL-08
Total: 800
Active: 800
Stryker-Cobra-Gold-2019-1.jpg

ICV Stryker
Total: 800
Active: 760
Artillery
M109A6_Paladin_blast_in_2007.jpg

M109A2 Howitzer
Total: 500
Active: 464
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M758 ATMG
Total: 1,470
Active: 1,368
Infantry Vehicle
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GAZ Vodnik
Total: 2,232
Active 2,095
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GAZ Tigr
Total: 6,143
Active: 6,041
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Land Rover Wolf WMIK
Total: 2,964
Active: 2,880
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Komatsu LAV
Total: 4000
Active: 3,270
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1996 Toyota Supra 3dr LB Base Auto
Total: 1,050
Used as public vehicle
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First Win MRAP
Total: 1,000
Active: 0
Truck

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GAZ Sadko Truck
Total: 2,500
Active: 2,285
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Ural-4320 (Multi-Purpose Truck)
Total: 2,500
Active: 2,000
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Star 1466 (Multi-Purpose Truck)
Total: 500
Active: In Reserve
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Star 266(Multi-Purpose Truck)
Total: 500
Active: In Reserve
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Star 944 (Multi-Purpose Truck)
Total: 500
Active: In Reserve
Engineer Vehicle
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IMR-2 Combat Engineering Vehicle
Total: 200
Active: 192
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BREM-1 Armored Recovery Vehicle
Total: 200
Active: 192
Helicopter
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Kamov Ka-226
Total: 130
Active: 119
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Kamov Ka-50 Black Shark
Total: 65
Active: 9
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Eurocopter EC725
Total: 98
Active: 79
Unmanned aerial vehicle
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IAI Searcher 2
Total: 99
Active: 60
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Elbit Hermes 450 UAV
Total: 350
Active: 238


small coast patrol boat

Model

Type

Current Quantity

Note

M10 Riverine Patrol Boat

Coastal patrol boat

550 of 550(120 left in storage)

The M10 Riverine Patrol Boat was designed and produced by Marsun public company limited. the full list of detail of the boat can find here!
Transport Vehicle​

Model

Type

Current Quantity

Note

Hyundai Aero City

Transport Vehicle

100 of 100

Product purchase from Korea. Use for transportation.

Hyundai Tucson

Transport Vehicle

10 of 10

Product purchase from Korea. Use for transportation of high command. (Product note from Korea: vehicle is upgraded to include Armored windows, doors, engines, and tire replacements. The Armor will be encompassing for a government vehicle standard. The windows will be tinted and reinforced.)
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Information of The current manpower in each unit


Note: the division that has not been mention is waiting for the fulfillment of manpower
Important: The document below will be stopped updating and will change to this document.
(Please understand that this information is meant to be secret)
The Information of battalions in each division is in This
Outdated Document
Gun Equipment Description
Sector 1
: Every personnel present in Infantry Regiment or Cavalry Squadron will receive an M16 rifle and M1911 semi-automatic pistol per person.
Sector 2: Half of the personnel in the Anti-tank and Artillery battalion company will receive both M16 rifle and M1911 semi-automatic pistol and another half will receive M1911 semi-automatic pistol.
Sector 3: The other battalion will receive an M1911 semi-automatic pistol to defend themselves.

Royal Thai Army

Division name

Regiment name

Current Manpower

Current Equipment(Gun not list)

1st Infantry Divisions, Capital guard

1st Infantry Regiment
2nd Infantry Regiment
3rd Infantry Regiment
1st Field Artillery Regiment
4th Tank Battalion 1st Division
1st Combat Engineer Battalion
1st Signal Battalion
1st Combat Medical Battalion
1st Long Range Reconnaissance
Total Regiment: 9 Regiment

500 of 500
500 of 500
500 of 500
144 of 144
60 of 60
60 of 60
20 of 20
300 of 300
20 of 20
Total Manpower: 2,104 of 2,104

-
-
-
Self-propelled gun 36/36
Tank 12/20
Transport Vehicle 6/6
Transport Vehicle 2/2
Transport Vehicle 20/20
Transport Vehicle 3/3
Total Equipment: 79/87

2nd Infantry Division - (Fort Phromyothi)

2nd Infantry Regiment
12th Infantry Regiment
21st Infantry Regiment
2nd Field Artillery Regiment
Maintenance Battalion
2nd Cavalry Squadron
30th Cavalry Squadron
2nd Signal Crop Battalion
2nd Combat Engineer Battalion
2nd Medical Battalion
2nd Anti-Tank Company
12th Military Police Battalion
2nd Long Range Reconnaissance
Total Regiment: 13

500 of 500
500 of 500
500 of 500
144 of 144
60 of 60
500 of 500
500 of 500
20 of 20
60 of 60
300 of 300
60 of 60
50 of 50
20 of 20
Total Manpower: 2,974 of 2,974

-
-
-
Self-propelled gun 36/36
Transport Vehicle 6/6
-
-
Transport Vehicle 2/2
Transport Vehicle 2/2
Transport Vehicle 20/20
anti-tank/Tank Destroyer 20/20
Transport Vehicle 5/5
Transport Vehicle 3/3
Total Equipment 94/94

9th Infantry Division - (Fort Surasi)

9th Infantry Regiment
19th Infantry Regiment
29th Infantry Regiment
9th Field Artillery Regiment
9th Service Support Regiment
19th Cavalry Squadron
9th Combat Engineer Battalion
9th Signal Crop Battalion
9th Long Range Reconnaissance
Total Regiment: 9

500 of 500
500 of 500
500 of 500
144 of 144
40 of 40
500 of 500
40 of 40
20 of 20
20 of 20
Total Manpower: 2,264 of 2,264

-
-
-
Self-propelled gun 36 of 36
Transport Vehicle 5 of 5
-
Transport Vehicle 5 of 5
Transport Vehicle 2 of 2
-
Total Equipment: 50 of 50

11th Infantry Division - (Fort Somdet Phra Nangklao)

111th Infantry Regiment
112nd Infantry Regiment
Maintenance Service Battalion
Total Regiment: 3

1,000 of 1,000
1,000 of 1,000
80 of 80
Total Manpower: 2,080 of 2,080

-
-
Transport Vehicle 11 of 11
Total Equipment: 11 of 11

2nd Cavalry Divison

27th Cavalry Squadron
29th Cavalry Squadron
1st Cavalry Regiment
4th Cavalry Regiment
5th Cavalry Regiment
12th Signal Corp Battalion
12th Service Support Regiment
Total Regiment: 7

500 of 500
500 of 500
500 of 500
500 of 500
500 of 500
20 of 20
40 of 40
Total Manpower: 2,560 of 2,560

-
-
-
-
-
Transport Vehicle 2 of 2
Transport Vehicle 5 of 5
Total equipment 7 of 7

1st Army Support Command

1st Army Command unit

300 of 300

Transport Vehicle 30 of 30

3rd Infantry Division - (Fort Suranari)

3rd Infantry Regiment
8th Infantry Regiment
13th Infantry Regiment
3rd Field Artillery Regiment
3rd Reconnaissance Cavalry Company
3rd Combat Engineer Battalion
3rd Signal Corp Battalion
3rd Combat Medical Battalion
3rd Patrols Company
Total Regiment: 9

500 of 500
500 of 500
500 of 500
144 of 144
20 of 20
60 of 60
20 of 20
300 of 300
20 of 20
Total Manpower: 2,064 of 2,064

-
-
-
Self-propelled gun 36/36
Transport Vehicle 2 of 2
Transport Vehicle 10 of 10
Transport 2 of 2
Transport Vehicle 20 of 20
Transport Vehicle 2 of 2
Total Equipment 72 of 72

6th Infantry Division - (Fort King Phutthayodfa Chulalok Maharat)

6th Infantry Regiment
16th Infantry Regiment
23rd Infantry Regiment
6th Field Artillery Regiment
6th Reconnaissance Cavalry Company
6th Combat Engineer Battalion
6th Signal Corp Battalion
6th Combat Medical Battalion
6th Patrols Company
Total Regiment: 9 Regiment

500 of 500
500 of 500
500 of 500
144 of 144
20 of 20
60 of 60
20 of 20
300 of 300
20 of 20
Total Manpower: 2,064 of 2,064

-
-
-
Self-propelled gun 36 of 36
Transport Vehicle 2 of 2
transport Vehicle 6 of 6
Transport Vehicle 2 of 2
Transport Vehicle 20 of 20
Transport Vehicle 2 of 2
Total Equipment 68 of 68

3rd Cavalry Division

6th Cavalry Regiment
7th Cavalry Regiment
Total Regiment: 2

1,000 of 1,000
1,000 of 1,000
Total Manpower: 2,000 of 2,000

-
-
-

2nd Army Support Command

2nd Army Command Unit

300 of 300

Transport Vehicle 30 of 30

4th Infantry Division - (Fort King Naresuan Maharat)

4th Infantry Regiment
14th Infantry Regiment
4th Field Artillery Regiment
9th Cavalry Squadron
4th Reconnaissance Cavalry Company
4th Combat Engineer Battalion
4th Signal Corp Battalion
4th Combat Medical Battalion
4th Patrols Company
Total Regiment: 9

500 of 500
500 of 500
144 of 144
500 of 500
20 of 20
60 of 60
20 of 20
300 of 300
20 of 20
Total Manpower: 2,124 of 2,124

-
-
Self-propelled gun 36 of 36
-
Transport Vehicle 2 of 2
Transport Vehicle 6 of 6
Transport Vehicle 2 of 2
Transport Vehicle 20 of 20
Transport Vehicle 2 of 2
Total Equipment: 58 of 58

7th Infantry Division - (Fort Chao Khun Nen)

7th Infantry Regiment
17th Infantry Regiment
7th Field Artillery Regiment
Total Regiment: 3

1,000 of 1,000
1,000 of 1,000
144 of 144
Total Manpower: 2,144 of 2,144

-
-
Self-propelled gun 36 of 36
Total Equipment 36 of 36

1st Cavalry Division - (Fort Phokhun Pha Mueang)

2nd Cavalry Regiment
3nd Cavalry Regiment
21st Field Artillery Regiment
8th Combat Engineer Battalion
11th Signal Corp Battalion
Totla Regiment: 5

1,000 of 1,000
1,000 of 1,000
144 of 144
60 of 60
20 of 20
Total Manpower 2,224 of 2,224

-
-
Self-propelled gun 36 of 36
Transport Vehicle 6 of 6
Transport Vehicle 2 of 2
Total Equipment 42 of 42

3rd Army Support Command

3rd Army Command Unit

300 of 300

Transport Vehicle 30 of 30
The Royal Thai Marine Corps(Royal Thai Navy)


Division Name

Regiment Name

Current Manpower

Current Equipment(Gun not list)

RTMC: Marine Division

RTMC: 1st Marine Regiment
RTMC: 2nd Marine Regiment
RTMC: 3rd Marine Regiment
RTMC: Marine Artillery Regiment
RTMC: Marine Service Support Regiment
RTMC Reconnaissance Battalion
RTMC: Assault Amphibian Vehicle Battalion
RTMC: Marine Tank Battalion
RTMC: Anti-Tank Company
RTMC: Marine Combat Engineer Battalion
RTMC: Marine Signals Battalion
RTMC: Marine Military Police Company
Ship Operator Men
Total Regiment: 13

1,000 of 1,000
1,000 of 1,000
1,000 of 1,000
250 of 250
100 of 100
50 of 50
500 of 500
50 of 50
50 of 50
150 of 150
150 of 150
150 of 150
1,000 of 1,000
Total Manpower: 5,450

-
-
-
Self-propelled gun 70 of 70
Transport Vehicle 30of 30
Transport Vehicle 12 of 12
Coastal Amphibian Vehicle 250 of 250
Tank 0 of 12
Tank destroyer 12 of 12
Transport Vehicle 20 of 20
Transport Vehicle 20 of 20
Transport Vehicle 20 of 20
Transport Vehicle 50 of 50
Total Equipment: 464 of 476
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Training Routine of Royal Thai Armed Force
The purpose of the training
The training Routine of the Royal Thai Armed Force was schedule by Gen. attanachai Wuttisiri and Mr. Chuan Leekpai to ensure that all military personnel remember how to fight, defense, or battle tactic that the officer used to plan the battle. This Routine is also used for training personnel.
Training fund for each personnel = $50,000 = 1,500,000 Thai Baht


Dictionary: in order to understand training word, we have listed the explanation under here and above the routine
1.Warm-up is a period in the routine where personnel can freely use a weapon in the training field. They can shoot the gun, throw a grenade, shoot artillery, and do anything they want. They can learn how to use the weapon. There is a trainer who will teach them.
2.Maneuver warfare is a military strategy that attempts to defeat the enemy by incapacitating their decision-making through shock and disruption.
3.Grand Strategy Doctrine is the long-term strategy pursued at the highest levels by a nation to further its interests. A grand strategy states the means that will be used to achieve long-term objectives.
4.Ambush is a long-established military tactic in which combatants take advantage of concealment or the element of surprise to attack unsuspecting enemy combatants from concealed positions, such as among dense underbrush or behind hilltops.
5.Land night attack is an ambush tactic by taking advantage of concealment or the element that can be more beneficial at night to execute a surprise attack and encirclement the enemy.
6.Amphibious invasion is military operations characterized by attacks launched from the sea by naval and landing forces against hostile shores
7.Water survival training is a Thailand marine training which will lock the hand and feet of the personnel with rope, and the officer will push personnel into the sea from a ship. note: this is very dangerous training in Thailand normally personnel must have signed the paper that said if you died we are not responsible to perform this training
8.marathon wood training is a marine training that all marine will be split into the group, and help each other to lift a log through the marathon path

command by Gen. Wattanachai Wuttisiri and Mr. Chuan Leekpai
start date - July 1998(OOC - 06/05/2021)

Day

Routine

Time

Note

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

Wake up
Morning yoga/exercise
Breakfast
Warm-up
Running race
Maneuver warfare training
Lunch
Field Exercise
Ambush training
Dinner
Free time
Land Night Attack training
Free time
Normal sleep time

5.00 am - 6:00 am
6.00 am - 8.00 am
8.00 am - 9.00 am
9.00 am - 9.30 am
9.30 am - 10.30 am
10.30 am - 12.00 am
12.00 am - 1.00 pm
1.00 pm - 3.00 pm
3.00 pm - 5.00 pm
5.00 pm - 6.00 pm
6.00 pm - 7.30 pm
7.30 pm - 9.30 pm
9.30 pm - 10.00 pm
10.00 pm - 5.00 am

This Routine Request all type of army to attend

Tuesday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

Wake up
Morning Exercise
Breakfast
Morning Amphibious invasion training
Swimming race
Water survival training
Lunch
Marathon wood training
Dinner and Free time
Night Amphibious invasion training
Normal sleep time

5.00 am - 5.30 am
5.30 am - 6.30 am
6.30 am - 7.30 am
7.30 am - 10.30 am
10.30am - 11.00 am
11.00 am - 1.00 pm
12.00 pm - 1.30 pm
2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
5.00 pm - 7.00 pm
7.00 pm - 10.00 pm
10.00 pm - 5.00 am

This routine only need marine personnel to attend

Tuesday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

Wake up
Morning Exercise
Breakfast
Airborne training
Field Exercise
Lunch
Air Military study
Airborne training
Dinner
Extra weapons training
Land Night attack training
Free time
Normal sleep time

5.00 am - 5.30 am
5.30 am - 7.30 am
7.30 am - 9.00 am
9.00 am - 11.00 am
11.00 am - 12.00 pm
12.00 pm - 2.00 am
2.00 pm - 3.00 pm
3.00 pm - 5.00 pm
5.00 pm - 6.00 pm
6.00 pm - 7.00 pm
7.00 pm - 9.00 pm
9.00 pm - 10.00 pm
10.00 pm - 5.00 am

This Routine only need Air force Personnel to attend

Support Personnel Training Routine

Day

Routine

Time

Note

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

Wake up
Morning yoga/exercise
Breakfast
Warm-up
Running race
Maneuver warfare training
Lunch
Field Exercise
Ambush training
Dinner
Free time
Land Night Attack training
Free time
Normal sleep time

5.00 am - 6:00 am
6.00 am - 8.00 am
8.00 am - 9.00 am
9.00 am - 9.30 am
9.30 am - 10.30 am
10.30 am - 12.00 am
12.00 am - 1.00 pm
1.00 pm - 3.00 pm
3.00 pm - 5.00 pm
5.00 pm - 6.00 pm
6.00 pm - 7.30 pm
7.30 pm - 9.30 pm
9.30 pm - 10.00 pm
10.00 pm - 5.00 am

This Routine Request all type of personnel to attend

Tuesday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

Wake up
Free time
Artillery/Tank/Vehicle/Ship Study
Artillery/Tank/Vehicle/Ship Exercise
Lunch
Field maneuvers
Dinner
Land Night Attack
Normal Sleep Time

5.00 am - 6.00 am
6.30 am - 7.30 am
7.30 am - 8.30 am
8.30 am - 12.00 am
12.00 am - 1.00 pm
1.00 pm - 7.00 pm
7.00 pm - 8.00 pm
8.00 pm - 10.00 pm
10.00 pm - 5.00 am

This routine is only available to artillery crews, vehicle crews, tanks crews, etc. When the training is personnel's current duty.

Tuesday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

Wake up
Free time
Medical/Engineer/Signal/Geography Study
Basic of Medical/Engineer/Signal/Geography test
Lunch
Field maneuvers
Advance Medical Training
Advance Engineering Training
Encrypted & Decrypted & Signal Training
Reconnaissance Training
Skill Testing
Dinner
Normal Sleep Time

5.00 am - 6.00 am
6.00 am - 7.00 am
7.00 am - 10.00 am
10.00 am - 11.30 am
11.30 am - 12.30 am
12.30 am - 2.30 pm
2.30 pm - 7.30 pm
2.30 pm - 7.30 pm
2.30 pm - 7.30 pm
2.30 pm - 7.30 pm
7.30 pm - 8.30 pm
8.30 pm - 10.00 pm
10.00 pm - 5.00 am

This routine is only available to medical crews, engineer crews, signal crews, and Reconnaissance crew. When the training is personnel's current duty.
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Royal Thai Armed Force's Grand Strategy document​

Grand Strategy of the Royal Thai Armed Force and the Republic of Thailand is a long ongoing project that started since the rise of the Sukhothai Kingdom. By knowing itself that standing in the middle of the region means the center of attention. As always, the neighboring country is powerful, and they continue to race with us. The Khmer Empire challenges us when we are weak. Pegan challenges us when we are firm to show power. Even the time passed. The racing continues.

The Grand Strategy is the strategy that uses all available resources in the country to unlock the nation's utmost ability. Thai Armed Force will amend The Grand Strategy every time the country's resource changes.


Myanmar - Offensive Grand Strategy
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Laos - Offensive Grand Strategy
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Cambodia - Offensive Grand Strategy
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Malaysia Front - Kuala Lumpur - Offensive Grand Strategy
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  • Malaysia Front - Sarawak&Sabah - Offensive Grand Strategy
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