ACDC commander Rear Adm. Noppadol Suphakorn reviewed the 550 troops as the second parade in six months rolled on with 62 vehicles and 28 armaments at the ACDC’s headquarters in Sattahip.
Capt. Aakhom Songkhroapanit led the march by five battalions, with the first group comprised of the 1st Anti-Aircraft Artillery Regiment with 37mm anti-aircraft cannons, eight paired antiaircraft guns and four 5-M1 directed-fire systems.
High ranking officers watch a military aircraft flyover during the armament parade.
The second group was comprised of sailors and armaments from the 2nd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Regiment with two 40/70mm anti-aircraft guns, two Flycatchers, six 40/60mm anti-aircraft guns, and a pair of shoulder-fired missiles.
The third parade regiment consisted of 1st Coastal Guards, and sponsoring departments parading six 155mm guns with curved shells and six 130mm guns with straight shells on 16 low trailers.
Sailors and equipment from the ACDC made up the next group, with two radar masters and two 550 Bo-A patrol radars.