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THAI AIR ACCIDENTS

The listing below records almost 1,000 accidents to aircraft in Thailand, and also to Thai civil & military aircraft overseas. Corrections and additions would be very welcome to [email protected] Principal sources are:`Aerial Nationalism ­ A History of Aviation in Thailand' Edward Young (1995) `Bangkok Post' 1946 to date `Vietnam Air Losses' Chris Hobson (2001) plus Sid Nanson, Cheryl Baumgartner, and many other individuals Note that the precise locations of crashes of USAF aircraft 1963-75 vary between different sources. Co-ordinates in [ ] are from US official records, but often differ significantly from locations described in other sources.

Date 22-Dec-29 07-Dec-31 22-Jun-33 07-Feb-38 18-Mar-38 22-Mar-39 09-Dec-40 10-Dec-40 12-Dec-40 13-Dec-40 14-Dec-40 10-Jan-41 08-Dec-41 08-Jan-42 24-Mar-42 24-Mar-42 late 1942 02-Feb-43 02-Mar-43 08-Apr-44 07-Oct-44

Type Boripatra Fokker F.VIIb Puss Moth Martin 139WSM Curtiss Hawk (II or III) Curtis Hawk 75N Vought Corsair Vought Corsair Curtiss Hawk III Curtis Hawk 75N Curtis Hawk 75N & Hawk III Mitsubishi Ki-30 6 x Curtiss Hawk III Curtiss P-40 Curtiss P-40 Curtiss P-40 Mitsubishi Ki-21 7 x Vought Corsair Mitsubishi Ki-21 Curtiss Hawk III 2 x Liberator B.VI Liberator B.VI

Operator Siamese AF KLM Aerial Transport Co Siamese AF Siamese AF Siamese AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF AVG AVG AVG Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF RAF ­ 159 Sqdn RAF ­ 355 Sqdn

Serial

Location & Details Crashed at Khao Polad, near Burmese border, en route Delhi Crashed on take-off from Don Muang; 5 killed Crashed after flying into storm at Kumphawapi, en route from Khon Kaen to Udorn Seriously damaged in landing accident Crashed at Don Muang whilst practising for air show Crashed when lost control during high-speed test dive Possibly shot down Shot down Shot down Destroyed on the ground at Ubon during French bombing raid Collided on take off from Ubon Shot down by French near Siem Reap Shot down Shot down by ground fire near Mae Sot (pilot was Charley Mott) Shot down by ground fire near Chiang Mai, probably near Mok Chumpae (pilot was McGarry) (Note: wreck currently in `Tango Squadron' hangar at Chiang Mai) Shot down by ground fire E of Lamphun [18°34.691N, 99°01.191E] (pilot was Newkirk) Crashed into mountain during severe weather whilst returning from a reconnaissance mission over Kengtung Destroyed on ground at Kengtung by USAAF P-40's Destroyed on ground at Kengtung Shot down by RAF Beaufighter near Chiang Mai Just before midnight on 06-Oct-44, 16 Liberators from 159 Sqdn took off for a low level raid on the railway just north of Bangkok. They were joined by 8 more from 355 and 356 Sqdns. As they arrived just after dawn on 07-Oct-44, they were attacked by Ki-43 fighters from the Japanese 50th and 64th Sentai. The Japanese made two claims, one by Sgt A. Kato and a second one by Cpls Yamaguchi, Ikeda, R. Yamamoto and W. Niwa. According to Kato the bomber he was firing at suddenly swerved and hit a second one, both going down; both Liberator crews killed (Pilots Wt Offs L.A. Barr and J. McKinnon).

PH-AFO HS-PAA

P8115 P9196

BZ978 / W & BZ992 / E ??

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Location & Details Details of loss of 355 Sqdn Liberator unknown Quote from RTAF report "On Nov 5, 1944 at about 1340 hours during a rain storm, there was a plane with 2 engines and 2 tails flying through the storm. Apparently, the plane was hit by lightning strike. People on ground heard an explosion and saw a burning plane went down and crashed. The location was at a wooden area in Ban Mae Gua, Sobprab Sub-District, Lampang Province. Subsequent investigation revealed the plane as a P-38, "NUMBER 811," with white star in dark blue circle marking. A skull was also found in the wreck". Believed to be Frank McKinney's F-5 Note: 43-28615 was designated by 35th PRS as #811 Shot down by USAAF P-51's near Chiang Mai Lost over Lampang, presumably in dogfight with a Thai AF Ki-27 `Nate' (pilot was Henry Minco) [MACR10064] (Note: first of only 2 claims by Thai AF pilots against USAAF aircraft in WW2) Crashed at `Geang Luang' after engine caught fire, on mission from Madhaiganj, India; 11 crew killed [MACR 10050] Lost near Lampang, reason unknown (pilot was Thomas Ankrim) Shot down at Wiang Haeng, Chiang Mai. (Note: Remains investigated by RTAFM / JPAC team 2004) Shot down by B-29 over Petchburi Hit by RTAF fighters & crashed in Burma on the way home; 11 MIA (Carl E. Blackwell, Vern H. Hunnell, John G. Gettler, William H. Webster, Robert J. Fancher, William J. Gabriel, Robert A. McCormick, L.D.E. Powers, Bernard Roth, William T. Stone & Carson E. Cole) [MACR10003] (Note: second of only 2 claims by Thai pilots against USAAF aircraft in WW2) Shot down by USAAF P-51 Destroyed on ground at Don Muang by USAAF P-51's Destroyed on ground at Don Muang by USAAF P-51's Three P-51's shot down whilst strafing Don Muang on a mission from Cox's Bazaar, India. 44-15302 crashed 3 miles W of Chao Phraya river; pilot Capt. Albert Abraham bailed out [MACR13788] (Note: parts of 44-15302 recovered 2010 by RTAF Museum) Hit by small arms fire whilst on a reconnaissance mission and crashed approx. 12 miles NW of Lampang airfield [18°25'N, 99°25'E]. Pilot 1st Lt. Theodore H. Demezas bailed out [MACR 14710] (Note: Lt. Buntao Punsri operated a flak gun wagon at Lampang Station and claimed to have shot down a P-38. The pilot, Demezas, bailed out successfully and, as RTAF was living a `double-life' during the war, the gunner tried to locate the pilot to render some help. However, the RTA was the first to reach the scene and captured the pilot. Lt. Col. Sarit Tanarat, the army commander, sent Demezas to the Thai underground, Thosd Panthumasen, at a sugar factory near Koh Ka. Apparently, Demezas was sent back to his squadron sometime after the incident) Destroyed on ground at Chalong Bay, Phuket by RN Hellcats during `Operation Livery' whilst minesweeping off Phuket. Hellcats were from 804 Sqdn (HMS Ameer) and 896 Sqdn (HMS Empress) Landed with a second L-5 (piloted by Perry C. Emmons) at Kanchanaburi strip (football field of POW camp) en route Bangkok because of bad weather & low fuel; re-fueled with Japanese fuel & crashed on subsequent take-off when undercarriage sheared off & fuselage broke up after hitting potholes on the strip; pilot Staff Sergeant Ralph M. Gamble uninjured & evacuated as a passenger in the second L-5 which took off successfully

05-Nov-44

P-38 / F-5 Lightning

USAAF ­ 35th PRS, G Flight 43-28615 ? ?

11-Nov-44 11-Nov-44

3 x Nakajima Ki-27 P-51 Mustang

Thai AF USAAF - 51st FG USAAF - 7th BG, 492nd BS USAAF ­ 25th FS USAAF Thai AF USAAF ­ 40th BG

44-10812

21-Nov-44 Nov-44 1944 27-Nov-44 27-Nov-44

B-24J Liberator P-51 Mustang P-38 Lightning Nakajima Ki-43 Boeing B-29

44-40811

42-24452

Mar-45 09-Apr-45 09-Apr-45 09-Apr-45

Fairchild 24 5 x Curtiss Hawk II Mitsubishi Ki-30 3 x P-51D Mustang

Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF USAAF ­ 2nd AC, 2nd FS USAAF ­ 60th FS, 33rd FG

44-15302 + 2

12-Jul-45

P-38L Lightning

44-25116

24/25-Jul-45 Nakajima E8N1 & Aichi E13A-1 01-Sep-45 Stinson L-5B

Thai Navy USAAF ­ OSS Det.404 42-99633

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Date 03-Sep-45

Type Stinson L-5B

Operator USAAF ­ OSS Det.404

Serial 42-99635

Location & Details On a flight (three L-5's, and one L-1, 41-18961) from Rangoon to Bangkok; landed at Moulmein to refuel, then took off in search of the missing L-1, escorting it back to Moulmein (from where it returned to Rangoon); re-fueled and continued towards Bangkok; crashed near Kanchanaburi when ran out of fuel after becoming lost in very bad weather; pilot Staff Sergeant Alexander H. Epperson bailed out & uninjured On a flight (three L-5's, and one L-1, 41-18961) from Rangoon to Bangkok; landed at Moulmein to refuel, then took off in search of the missing L-1, escorting it back to Moulmein (from where it returned to Rangoon); re-fueled and continued towards Bangkok; crashed near Kanchanaburi when ran out of fuel after becoming lost in very bad weather; pilot Staff Sergeant Thad A. Ferrell bailed out & uninjured On a flight (three L-5's, and one L-1, 41-18961) from Rangoon to Bangkok; landed at Moulmein to refuel, then took off in search of the missing L-1, escorting it back to Moulmein (from where it returned to Rangoon); re-fueled and continued towards Bangkok; crashed near Kanchanaburi when ran out of fuel after becoming lost in very bad weather; pilot Lieutenant Henry C. Farris & passenger Capt V.M.Rexroad bailed out & uninjured Departed Don Mueang to Tayang, picked up one passenger (Major Bartlett), then proceeded to Hua Hin to collect a further passenger (Dr. Chani); crashed into Gulf of Siam, near Hua Hin, following engine failure due to contaminated fuel; minor injuries to pilot 1st Lieutenant Perry C. Emmons & 2 passengers Crashed into sea off Thai Muang approx 85km north of Phuket [8°41'N, 98° 04'E] during air/sea rescue operation; 7 missing (Pilot F/O Norman Edward Middleton, Co-pilot F/Lt. Hugh John Wood, F/O Walter Arthur Barner Lomax, Flight Sergeant David Davidson, Sergeant William Norman Cork, Flight Sergeant Ronald William Stephens & Sergeant Geoffrey Alan Whalley) Came down near Ayudhya in a violent storm en route from Tak to Bangkok. The pilot, Flight Commander Phichet Chavankasame, and a lawyer, Thanom Suwanaphim, were killed, whilst a third passenger was injured. Believed shot down by Dutch pilots near west coast of Sumatra Force-landed on test flight Damaged at Macao Crashed at Mingaladon, Burma W/o at Yeovil before dd Crashed at Koke Kathiem, Lopburi; 2 killed Caught fire in mid-air and crashed at Nakhon Ratchasima; 1 killed, 1 serious injury Crashed at Maesan Crashed in Tak Province Crashed on Bukit Besar mountain, en route from Butterworth to Kota Kinabalu; 10 killed (Note: also reported as 4 miles W of Sungei Padi) Crashed into the saddle between Mount Butler and Mount Parker on take-off from Kai Tak 11-Mar-51 Ditched off Cape d'Aquilar, Hong Kong; 16 killed Crashed Dbr on landing at Bangkok Crashed at Bor Fai airfield, Hua Hin Crashed into Meh Klong river in front of Army Hospital, Rajburi province; 2 killed

03-Sep-45

Stinson L-5B

USAAF ­ OSS Det.404

44-16887

03-Sep-45

Stinson L-5B

USAAF ­ OSS Det.404

44-16894

05-Sep-45

Stinson L-5B

USAAF ­ OSS Det.404

42-99612

16-Dec-45

Liberator GR.VIII

RAF - 1348 ASR Flight

KH134 / J

09-Aug-48

Bonanza

Siamese AW

HS-SFE ?

25-Oct-48 14-Dec-48 09-Jul-49 17-Nov-49 07-Jun-50 18-Aug-50 21-Aug-50 27-Oct-50 early 1951 13-Jan-51 11-Mar-51 09-Apr-51 08-Jun-51 13-Jul-51 20-Aug-51 03-Sep-51

Douglas C-47 Fairchild 24 Catalina Douglas C-47 Westland WS-51A North American T-6 "training plane" Bonanza Norseman Douglas C-47 Douglas C-54 Douglas C-47 Spitfire 14 Douglas C-54 Douglas C-47 North American T-6

Pacific Overseas AL Siamese AW Pacific Overseas AL Trans Asiatic AL Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Siamese AW Siamese AW Air Carriers Pacific Overseas AL Siamese AW Thai AF Pacific Overseas AL Siamese AW Thai AF

HS-PC103 HS-PC205 HS-TA180 G-AMAK

HS-SFA HS-SGF VR-HEP HS-POS HS-SAE Kh14-3/93 HS-POA HS-SAF

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Date 06-Sep-51 Feb-52 13-Feb-52 19-Feb-52 23-Mar-52 22-Jul-52 Aug-52 08-Aug-52

Type North American T-6 Chipmunk ?? ?? Lockheed L-749A 3 x Spitfire 14 Chipmunk Bearcat + Bearcat

Operator Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF KLM Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF

Serial

Location & Details

26-Jan-53 13-Feb-53

Spitfire 14 Mosquito PR.34

Thai AF RAF ­ 81 Sqdn

10-Apr-53 20-???-53 20-Jul-53 08-Aug-53 10-Sep-53 04-Oct-53 05-Oct-53 12-Oct-53 Nov-53 27-Jan-54 27-Jan-54 28-Jan-54 08-Feb-54 Feb-54 Feb-54 09-Mar-54 04-Apr-54 Jul-54 22-Jul-54

Bearcat Norseman `training plane' Norseman Bearcat North American T-6 `trainer' Bearcat Chipmunk Bearcat Spitfire 14 Bearcat ?? Chipmunk Chipmunk Bearcat `helicopter' (UH-12B ?) Helldiver Bearcat & Bearcat

Thai AF Thai AW Thai AF Thai AW Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AW Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai Police Thai AF Thai AF

Nose dived into paddy field near Nakhon Sawan Ratchasima Military Hospital; 1 killed W/o in accident Crashed near Bang Pa-In railway station at 1000; 1 killed Crashed at 1145 during training flight at Nakhon Ratchasima; 2 crew (Pilot Officer Sanit Sukrakan & Air Cadet Virasak Vathmaphimon) PH-TFF Dbr at Bangkok Kh14-11/93, Kh14-21/93 & Crashed Kh14-22/93 F9-31/95 W/o in forced landing Collided at 1000 whilst in a formation of 8 at Pak Kred, Nonthaburi province; 2 killed (Flying Officer Kumnuan Rong-Krachang & Warrant Officer Vira Rodkachand) (Note: Thai AF's first mid-air collision) Kh18-3/93 Crashed RG189 Took off from Don Muang and headed SW, but returned 20 mins later on fire, flew erratically before diving into the ground and exploding in Bang Khaen, SW of Don Muang; 2 killed (F/O Paul Skeaping RAF & F/O John Williamson ­ both buried in Protestant Cemetery, Bangkok) Crashed into sea off Chonburi; 1 killed HS-SGA Damaged in forced landing; probably repaired Crashed onto buildings in Amphur Madhachai, Samut Sakorn province; 2 killed HS-SGB Crashed in poor weather at Doi Mae Ya, Tambol Mae Jee, 26km from Amphur Pai en route Mae SariengKhun Yuam; wreckage not found until 25-Aug-53; 6 killed (including Flt. Lt. Sorot Chombhuthaveep) Force-landed at airfield in Mahachai district, Samut Sakorn province after fire in fuel tank; pilot slightly injured Collided with truck on take-off from Chiang Mai; pilot escaped Caught fire & crashed whilst over Chaiyaphum municipality; 1 killed. Korat-based Crashed into house, and then a Wat, in Amphur Muang, Ratchaburi on training flight from Don Muang; pilot killed, plus 1 (a Thai assemblyman) on the ground F9-21/95 W/o in accident Crashed into forest near Phitsanulok airfield; pilot killed Kh14-23/93 Crashed Crashed on a hill in Buriram en route from Ubon Ratchathani to Nakhon Ratchasima; pilot killed Port tyre burst whilst taking off from Surat Thani for return flight to Bangkok, and crashed into bushes; no injuries F9-28/95 W/o in accident F9-19/94 W/o in accident Crashed in Aranyaprates; pilot killed Crashed in bad weather at Sub Amphur Mae Samerng, Chiang Mai, en route Chiang Mai ­ Mae Hong Son. Reported missing 06-Jun Crashed (soc 23-Jul-54) "312" & "322" Collided in mid-air during aerobatics over Don Muang. Both crashed, "322" 6km from Don Muang; 1 killed, 1 bailed out F9-23/95

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Date Sep-54 Sep-54 18-Sep-54 Oct-54 11-Oct-54

Type Chipmunk Chipmunk `patrol plane' Chipmunk Douglas C-47

Operator Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF

Serial F9-42/95 F9-44/95 "025" F9-38/95 L2-10/96 ?

Location & Details W/o in accident W/o in accident Force landed at Chaiyaphum following engine trouble en route Udon Thani to Lopburi; probably repaired W/o in accident Starboard engine failed shortly after take-off from Don Muang, and crashed into paddy field 500m from runway whilst after attempting to return for emergency landing; 4 killed (including the pilots, Wg Cdr Tawil Chalaruk and Plt Off Anan Sukpoonphon), 14 injured Crashed into sea 600m off Hua Hin after engine failure; 6 killed, 1 injured Force-landed on sandbank in Prakday (?), Cambodia due to fuel shortage en route Bangkok to Phnom Penh with Andre Kostelanetz (US conductor) as passenger; Kostelanetz continued by bus; 15 minutes of fuel delivered by jeep & Bonanza took off again, only to be substantially damaged in another forcedlanding in a rice-field at Gavin, nearer Phnom Penh; substantially damaged, but repaired Crashed at Amphur Ban Rai, Uthai Thani; pilot (based at Lopburi) seriously injured After leaving Loei en route Phitsanulok the pilot diverted to an airfield in Burma to collect a load of opium; damaged on take-off whilst overloaded, and set alight by pilot to destroy evidence Hit top of tree and crashed in Mae Sai, Chiang Mai whilst participating in Army manoeuvres; 2 killed Crashed into Doi Pa Hom Pok, 25km NW of Amphur Fang, Chiang Mai; wreck found 29-May-55; 7 killed W/o in accident Force-landed in rice-field 150m from Don Muang runway following engine failure; 1 slightly injured Crashed W of Bangkok near village of Banyala (?), Kanchanaburi province near Burma border; 5 (4 US & 1 Filipino) killed Crashed 17km from Lopburi AFB; 1 slightly injured Minor damage on take-off Crashed into rice field in Amphur Nakorn Luang, Ayudhaya; pilot unhurt Crashed in Prachuap Khiri Khan; 2 killed Crashed near Koh Sichang en route from 'USS Princeton' to Don Muang; 7 escaped Crashed at Korat; 18 killed Ran off the runway and destroyed on landing at Mae Hong Son Ran off the end of wet runway; repaired Undercarriage retracted before fully airborne; substantially damaged Crashed into houses at Sunahawa, next to Tachikawa AFB following engine trouble on take-off. Pilot & co-pilot, plus 2 on ground, seriously injured; 2 other crew, plus 2 on ground, slightly injured Damaged in Pathum Thani province; repaired W/o in accident Tail rotor cut off own tail Blown off wet taxiway at Kai Tak by propwash from L-1049 into Hong Kong harbour whilst taxying to terminal Crashed into a mountain while taking off from Taipei; all 18 aboard killed Mi-4 was supplying arms to guerrillas in Thailand. Got into trouble, and was set ablaze by the armed men

20-Oct-54 16-Jan-55

Douglas C-47 Bonanza

Air America Thai AW

B-811 HS-SFB

11-Feb-55 16-Feb-55 09-Mar-55 13-May-55 Jun-55 29-Aug-55 09-Sep-55 12-Sep-55 07-Oct-55 07-Dec-55 29-Dec-55 15-Feb-56 31-Mar-56 27-Jun-56 20-Sep-56 15-Aug-57 10-Oct-57 Sep-58 Apr-59 15-Jun-59 cNov-59 14-Apr-60 Dec-60

`training plane' Norseman

Thai AF Thai AW

HS-SGC

`single-engined reconnaissance plane' Douglas C-47 Burmese AF Chipmunk Bearcat `liaison a/c' Bearcat Bonanza Bearcat North American T-6 Sikorsky HRS-3 Douglas C-47 Norseman Douglas C-47 Douglas C-47 Douglas C-47 Douglas C-47 Chipmunk Sikorsky S-55 Douglas C-47 Douglas C-54 Mil Mi-4 Thai AF Thai AF US Army Thai AF Thai AW Thai AF Thai AF USMC Thai AF Thai AW Thai AW Thai AW Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Lao or Vietnamese AF F9-7/93

HS-SFB

Bu137839 L2-14/96 / 212667 HS-SGE HS-POC HS-POC L2-2/90 / 293045 L2-19/00 F9-20/94 H3-4/97 L2-28/02 / 316328 42919

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Location & Details on board. Silver with red & blue stripes on the side. Shot down by Burmese AF Sea Fury whilst dropping supplies to Kuomintang guerillas in Burma and crashed near Mae Sai, just inside the Thai border across from the Burmese town of Tachilek, Shan State The Sea Fury, piloted by Noel Peters, was intercepting a CNAF P4Y-2 Privateer which was dropping supplies to KMT forces in northern Burma. Peters shot down the P4Y-2 but was hit by return fire and crashed, losing his life W/o in accident Crashed in Thailand on training mission 35 miles north of Korat AFB; 2 killed (Master Sergeant Floyd Studer & RTAF Captain Prasit Yamachutin); 3 injured (pilot Lt. William H. Rever, co-pilot Lt. Gary D. Johnson, crew chief Sergeant Roland K. McCall) Possibly crashed in Thailand Caught by a down draught while flying along a ridge in southern Thailand. A wing struck a tree and the aircraft crashed in flames; pilot seriously injured Damaged following emergency landing at Nong Khai airstrip when overshot runway; 1 escaped Crashed into Gulf of Thailand off Lhaem Phak Bia Crashed into Khao Yai mountain, on flight UA869 inbound to Bangkok from Hong Kong. Navigation error caused the pilot to begin his descent into Bangkok too soon; 26 killed Crashed near Singburi, Lopburi Province; 9 killed (6 Thai, Howard M. Harris (USOM), & two officials of IBRD, Vance Rodgers (US) & John Burt Shearer (UK) Damaged at Ubon & reduced to spares Crashed shortly after take-off from Nakhon Phanom AFB; 3 crew killed + 2 on the ground Crashed in Thailand; 4 survived Crashed & dbf on take-off from a site 22nm from Moung Loei Crashed 35m south west of Songkhla; operating for Thai Police Crash-landed into sea off Chumporn, and probably salvaged; 2 escaped Damaged by AA fire over Laos and dbr during emergency landing at Korat AFB; 1 escaped Note: believed repaired & finally lost 21-Sep-66 NE of Hanoi due to enemy action whilst with 6441st TFW, Osan, Korea (soc by USAF 21-Sep-66). Pilot was Capt Glendon Lee Ammon of 357th TFS, 355th TFW Takhli. Pilot ejected, good chute, but nothing more heard. Remains returned to US hands 1978. Damaged by AA fire over Laos and abandoned near Nong Khai; 1 escaped Shot down over Laos whilst on SAR mission; pilot (I. Tavashi) killed on ground Crashed after hitting a tree at Vaong Nong village, 2km from landing at Ubon AFB whilst returning from a parachute jumping exercise at Lopburi; attached to 22 nd Joint Air Unit, Ubon; 28 killed & 5 injured Became lost and shot down near Nge Arn; pilot (Jaem Bumroongaum) captured and released Mar-73. Crashed 28nm W of Ubon AFB Afollowing engine failure; 1 ejected Crashed due to engine failure shortly after take-off in Thailand; 6 survived Crashed in Thailand following engine failure; 1 survived Two F-86's collided in mid-air; 1 killed (wingman); 1 ejected (pilot of the lead aircraft) Damaged by AA over Vietnam and abandoned near Roi Et; 1 ejected Missing shortly after take-off from Taipei en route Bangkok; 11 on board (Note: was returning to Thailand from Japan after servicing)

15-Feb-61 15-Feb-61

PB4Y-2 Privateer Hawker Sea Fury

CNAF Burmese AF

423 UB-466

Jun-61 15-Aug-61

Chipmunk helicopter

Thai AF USMC

F9-9/93

03-Oct-61 13-Mar-62 15-May-62 04-Jun-62 19-Jul-62 25-Aug-62 Apr-63 12-Apr-63 28-Sep-63 27-Oct-63 27-Dec-63 15-Jan-64 14-Aug-64

Sikorsky UH-34D Auster AOP.9 North American T-6 F-86F Sabre Comet 4C Sikorsky UH-34D Sabre 32 Fairchild C-123B Fairchild C-123B Sikorsky UH-34D Douglas C-47 North American T-6 F-105D Thunderchief

Air America AAC ­ 656 Sqdn Thai AF Thai AF UAA Thai AF ­ 63 Squadron RAAF USAF ­ 464TCW USAF ­ 315TCG Air America Air America Thai AF USAF ­ 36TFS

H-U WZ674

SU-AMW

A94-964 56-4380 55-4513 H-16 B-815 62-4371

18-Aug-64 18-Aug-64 03-Sep-64 1964 24-Sep-64 14-Oct-64 02-Jan-65 22-Feb-65 02-Mar-65 05-Mar-65

F-100D Super Sabre T-28D Trojan Douglas C-47 T-28 Trojan Sabre 32 Boeing KB-50J F-100D Super Sabre F-86L Sabre & F-86L Sabre F-105D Thunderchief Grumman Albatross

USAF ­ 474TFW Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF RAAF USAF ­ 41AD USAF ­ 474TFW Thai AF USAF ­ 18TFW Thai Navy

56-3085 L2-29/02?

A94-984 48-0065 56-2908 62-4235 1264

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Date 24-Apr-65 27-Apr-65 27-Apr-65 12-May-65 15-May-65 20-May-65 05-Jun-65 mid-1965 1965 25-Jun-65 28-Jun-65

Type C-130A Hercules A-1H Skyraider F-86L Sabre F-105D Thunderchief F-105D Thunderchief T-28 Trojan F-105D Thunderchief Fairchild C-123B T-28D Trojan T-28D Trojan Lockheed T-33A

Operator USAF ­ 6315OG USN ­ VA215 Thai AF USAF ­ 23TFW USAF ­ 23TFW RLaoAF USAF ­ 23TFW Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF USAF ­ 23TFW Thai AF

Serial 57-0475 Bu137545 61-0125 62-4374 O-17741 61-0133 L4-01/07

Location & Details Crashed into high ground during a go-around in bad weather at Korat AFB; 6 killed Damaged by AA fire and abandoned 2 miles from Nakhon Phanom; 1 escaped Destroyed in crash Crashed 3 miles NE of Ban Phon Daeng following engine failure; 1 survived Crashed on take-off from Takhli AFB & dbf at Village 4, Amphoe Takhli; 1 killed on ground, 10 injured Crashed shortly after take-off from Udorn; repaired Damaged by AA fire over Laos and abandoned E of Nong Khai, just inside Thailand; 1 ejected Damaged on landing at Takhli; repaired by Feb-66 Crashed whilst performing low-level aerobatics; 2 killed Force-landed in a paddy field While entering the landing pattern at Ubon AFB, on a flight from Don Muang, the pilot made a low break followed by a right aileron roll, but lost power and crashed; 2 killed (pilot, plus backseater Flt Lt Niyom Lekkhow) Crashed due to fuel starvation, N of Udorn AFB; 1 survived Crashed into Chao Phraya river in front of Pak Kret irrigation school, Nonburi 6 minutes after take-off from Don Muang; 1 ejected. Aircraft not recovered Damaged by AA fire over Vietnam and crashed near Ban Kut Du, 30 miles S of Khon Kaen; 1 killed Collided with Mig and crashed c.10m SE of Ubon AFB; 1 killed Possibly crashed in Thailand Crashed on take off from Takhli AFB following engine failure; 1 (Howard F. Hendricks) escaped Caught fire during in flight refuelling over northern Thailand; 1 ejected Crashed on take-off from Bang Khaen & dbf; 1 escaped Crashed following engine failure on a test flight 25 miles NE of Takhli AFB; 1 escaped Exploded and crashed over Nakhon Sawan province; 1 ejected Crashed 55m SW of Udorn AFB; 1 killed Accident at Phetchaburi; repaired Possibly crashed in Thailand; 1 killed (Capt Ronald Canter) Abandoned 39m N of Korat AFB following engine failure; 1 ejected Crashed Crashed near Takhli AFB following engine failure; 1 ejected Crashed 18m SW of Nakhon Phanom AFB following engine failure; 1 ejected Lost near Takhli AFB; 1 escaped Crashed near Takhli following engine failure; 1 escaped Hit by ground fire during bomb run & flew to within 10 miles of Ubon before ejecting Aircraft collided in mid-air over Thailand; O-1 pilot killed, F-105 pilot escaped

03-Jul-65 07-Jul-65

F-105D Thunderchief F-86L Sabre

62-4398 Kh17k-18/06 / 30978

12 Thai AF aircraft, including 5 jets, crashed between Jan-65 & Jul-65; 5 pilots killed 27-Jul-65 27-Jul-65 20-Aug-65 30-Aug-65 06-Sep-65 23-Sep-65 28-Sep-65 29-Sep-65 12-Nov-65 20-Nov-65 08-Dec-65 08-Dec-65 19-Dec-65 10-Jan-66 20-Jan-66 20-Jan-66 22-Feb-66 27-Feb-66 27-Feb-66 02-Mar-66 F-105D Thunderchief F-105D Thunderchief Sikorsky UH-34D F-105D Thunderchief F-105D Thunderchief h/c (KH-4 ?) F-105D Thunderchief F-86 Sabre ?? F-105D Thunderchief Fairchild C-123B A-1G Skyraider F-105D Thunderchief F-4C Phantom T-28 Trojan F-105D Thunderchief F-105D Thunderchief F-105D Thunderchief F-105D Thunderchief F-4C Phantom F-105D Thunderchief & Cessna O-1 USAF ­ 355TFW USAF Air America USAF ­ 6441TFW USAF ­ 23TFW Thai Army USAF ­ 23TFW USAF USAF Air America USAF - 602ACS USAF ­ 355TFW USAF Thai AF USAF USAF USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 8TFW USAF 355TFW & USAF 505TACG 61-0177 62-4298 H-23 62-4355 62-4400 62-4404 62-4218 N5006X 134987 62-4302 63-7527 JF13-77/09 59-1717 62-4324 62-4388 62-4362 64-0742 59-1724 & 57-2902

2-Sep-12

7

Date 13-Mar-66 23-Mar-66 26-Mar-66

Type F-100F Super Sabre F-105D Thunderchief Douglas C-47

Operator USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 355TFW Thai AF

Serial 58-1221 61-0178 L2-18/00

Location & Details Crashed in Thailand following engine failure on training sortie; 2 escaped Damaged by AA fire and abandoned 10 miles W of Nakhon Phanom; 1 escaped Reported missing whilst en route from Chiang Mai to Udorn; became lost and reported to have crashed in PDJ, Laos; 7 reported killed (including pilot Praom Kertsaenesri) but flight mechanic Prapan Siri-on was released from Vietnamese PoW camp in Mar-73 and claimed the C-47 had been shot down near Quang Biu Landing accident in Thailand Crashed at / near Korat AFB following engine failure; 1 killed Undercarriage collapsed on landing at Don Muang & substantially damaged Crashed at Korat AFB; 1 survived Crashed on landing at Ubon AFB; 2 escaped Crashed 55m NE of Korat AFB following engine failure; 1 escaped Crashed 93m NE of Korat AFB following engine failure; 1 survived Damaged by AA fire over Laos and abandoned 20 miles N of Udorn AFB; 1 escaped Crashed 1m SW of Korat AFB following engine failure; 1 ejected Damaged by AA fire over Vietnam and abandoned just inside Thailand; 1 escaped Hit by unknown gunfire near Vinh Linh, Vietnam [17°05'N, 106°59'E] following a 2200 hours ROLLING THUNDER 51 Armed Reconnaissance mission over RP-I; call sign MALLARD; during the GCA approach to Udorn AFB the fire warning light for the right engine came on; 1LT S.W.George (pilot) chose a late ejection [17°23'N, 102°48'E] but too low to the ground and was killed; Capt R.A.Walmsley (PSO) stayed with the aircraft and suffered multiple bone fractures, but survived (Note: some sources place the crash at Ubon AFB, not Udorn AFB) Crashed on approach to Nakhon Phanom AFB due to fuel starvation; 2 killed Crashed into Pacific Ocean 525 miles off US coast on delivery Damaged by AA fire and crashed on emergency landing at Korat AFB; 1 escaped Crashed during attempted overshhot at Udorn AFB; 1 injured Damaged by AA fire and abandoned 40 miles NW of Udorn AFB; 1 survived Ran off the runway at Chiang Mai and badly damaged; repaired by Feb-68 Damaged by AA fire and abandoned near Sakhon Nakhon; 1 escaped Crashed on take-off from Ubon AFB; 2 killed Abandoned near Ubon AFB following control failure; 2 escaped Crashed during take off from Korat AFB following engine failure; 1 killed Crashed near Nakhon Phanom; 2 killed (Lt. Col. William J. Newton & Capt. Samuel J. Baker) Believed crashed at Udorn; Capt. Paul M. Bayliss killed Crashed during take off from Korat AFB following engine failure; 1 killed Crashed 70m NNE of Korat AFB following engine failure; 1 killed Crashed on test flight 4m SW of Takhli AFB following engine failure; 1 ejected Crashed 12.5m SE of Udorn AFB following engine failure; 2 ejected Crashed in Thailand after engine failure due to fuel system problems; 2 escaped

13-Apr-66 15-Apr-66 23-Apr-66 13-May-66 17-May-66 02-Jun-66 14-Jun-66 06-Jul-66 18-Jul-66 19-Jul-66 20-Jul-66

RF-101C Voodoo F-105D Thunderchief Beech C-45G (IAD 10-2) F-105D Thunderchief F-4C Phantom F-105D Thunderchief F-105D Thunderchief A-1E Skyraider F-105D Thunderchief F-105D Thunderchief F-4C Phantom

USAF USAF ­ 388TFW Air America USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 8TFW USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 602ACS USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 8TFW

56-0086 58-1158 N7951C 60-0427 64-0717 61-0160 60-0429 52-132423 62-4312 60-5382 63-7695

24-Jul-66 24-Jul-66 25-Jul-66 26-Jul-66 04-Aug-66 16-Aug-66 01-Sep-66 13-Sep-66 13-Sep-66 10-Oct-66 23-Oct-66 07-Nov-66 10-Nov-66 22-Nov-66 10-Dec-66 17-Dec-66 27-Dec-66

A-26A Invader Douglas DC-3 F-105D Thunderchief RF-101C Voodoo F-105D Thunderchief Fairchild C-123B A-1E Skyraider F-4C Phantom F-4C Phantom F-105D Thunderchief T-28D Trojan T-28 Trojan F-105D Thunderchief F-105D Thunderchief F-105D Thunderchief F-105F Thunderchief F-4C Phantom

USAF ­ 606ACS USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 460TRW USAF ­ 355TFW Thai AF USAF ­ 602ACS USAF ­ 8TFW USAF ­ 8TFW USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 606ACS USAF ­ 606ACS USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 8TFW

64-17643 HS-OOO 62-4271 56-0201 61-0119 L4-01/07 52-132624 63-7694 63-7640 62-4300 49-1582 Bu146244 ? 62-4288 58-1161 58-1160 63-8354 64-0833

2-Sep-12

8

Date 28-Dec-66 06-Jan-67 12-Jan-67 12-Jan-67 15-Jan-67 15-Jan-67 16-Jan-67 26-Jan-67 28-Jan-67 30-Jan-67 18-Feb-67 ?? 21-Feb-67

Type U-6A Beaver RF-4C Phantom F-4C Phantom F-104C Starfighter F-105D Thunderchief TF-102A Delta Dagger F-104C Starfighter A-1E Skyraider F-104C Starfighter F-105D Thunderchief Douglas EC-47P A-26A Invader

Operator USAF ­ 432TRW USAF ­ 432TRW USAF USAF ­ 8TFW USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 405FW USAF ­ 8TFW USAF ­ 602ACS USAF ­ 8TFW USAF ­ 388TFW USAF USAF ­ 606ACS USAF ­ 432TRW USAF ­ 388TFW Thai Police & Thai AW USAF ­ 8TFW Thai AF USAF USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 8TFW USAF ­ 8TFW USAF ­ 8TFW USAF Thai AF USAF ­ 355TFW Air America Thai International USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 355TFW USAF USAF ­ 8TFW USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 8TFW USAF ­ 8TFW

Serial 51-16565 64-1078 63-7710 57-0910 60-0440 55-4036 57-0914 52-132419 56-0921 59-1768 43-49547 64-17668 & 64-17669

Location & Details Crashed in Thailand following engine failure; 2 survived Damaged by AA fire and abandoned just inside Thailand; 2 escaped w/o Aborted 1st landing at Udorn AFB & went round; nosegear collapsed on 2 nd landing attempt and veered off runway; pilot survived but at least 1 fatality on the ground Damaged by AA fire and abandoned just inside Thailand near Ban Tum; 1 ejected Caught fire during ferry flight and crashed in Thailand; 2 survived Crashed in Thailand following engine failure; 1 escaped Crashed on take-off from Udorn AFB following engine failure; 1 escaped; possibly repaired Crashed in Thailand following engine failure; 1 escaped Damaged by AA fire over Laos and abandoned 35 miles SE of Udorn AFB; 1 ejected Crashed on take-off from Ubon AFB (Note: see also 07-Jun-69) Aircraft in close formation and both crashed near Nakhon Phanom (64-17668 at VE699218 & 64-17669 at VE681200) after 64-17668 exploded due to AA damage; 2 killed (Capt. D. S. Campell and Capt. R. I. Scholl), 2 survived Crashed at Udorn AFB; 1 escaped Crashed 29m NW of Korat AFB following control failure; 1 escaped Hit by jet blast from a Pan Am 707 at Don Muang fuelling bay. Blade tip weight hit Thai AW HS748 Collided with another aircraft & crashed 35km SW of Ubon Ratchatani [15.09N, 104.58E]; 2 ejected Crashed 130km SE of Nakhon Phanom [16.59N, 105.58E] Ran off end of runway following drag chute failure whilst landing at Korat AFB; 1 survived Substantially damaged in collision with trees following engine failure at B. Chanuman Crashed on take-off from Ubon AFB; 2 survived Crashed on take-off from Ubon AFB following tyre burst; 2 survived Crashed in Thailand following engine failure; 1 survived Crashed in Thailand after engine flame-out; 2 ejected Crashed Damaged by AA fire over Vietnam and abandoned just inside Thailand en route to Takhli; 1 escaped Substantially damaged in forced landing on water near Udorn; 2 injured Crashed on landing, 1/2 mile from runway at Hong Kong during rainstorm; 24 killed, 5 seriously injured Crashed 225km NE of Takhli [16.48N, 102.04E] following engine failure; 1 escaped Damaged by AA fire over Vietnam and abandoned 35 miles NW of Ubon AFB; 1 escaped Two F-105's collided 113 miles N of Udorn AFB; 1 killed, 1 ejected Damaged by AA fire over Vietnam and abandoned 60 miles NW of Nakhon Phanom; 2 ejected Crashed 90 miles ENE of Korat AFB following engine failure; 2 survived Crashed in Thailand following engine failure; 2 survived Damaged by AA fire over Vietnam and abandoned 35 miles S of Udorn; 2 ejected

12-Mar-67 14-Mar-67 1967 21-Mar-67 Q1 1967 01-Apr-67 05-Apr-67 11-Apr-67 28-Apr-67 09-May-67 14-May-67 10-Jun-67 14-Jun-67 16-Jun-67 18-Jun-67 30-Jun-67 06-Jul-67 13-Jul-67 03-Aug-67 23-Aug-67 07-Sep-67 09-Sep-67 19-Sep-67

RF-101C Voodoo F-105D Thunderchief Bell 204 & HS748 F-4C Phantom Helio U-10 T-28 Trojan F-105D Thunderchief Pilatus Turbo-Porter F-4C Phantom F-4C Phantom F-104C Starfighter F-4C Phantom Cessna T-37B F-105D Thunderchief Volpar Super Turbo 18 Caravelle 3 F-105D Thunderchief F-105D Thunderchief F-105D Thunderchief F-4D Phantom F-105F Thunderchief F-4D Phantom F-4D Phantom

56-0063 62-4325 915 ? + HS-??? 64-0788 49-1559 62-4395 N153L 64-0720 63-7652 57-0922 66-0236 F12-01/04 60-0485 N9577Z HS-TGI 61-0136 60-0450 61-0139 & 62-4240 66-0260 63-8260 66-7516 66-7533

2-Sep-12

9

Date 23-Sep-67 26-Sep-67 26-Sep-67 02-Oct-67 05-Oct-67 06-Oct-67 07-Oct-67 08-Oct-67 16-Oct-67 23-Oct-67 27-Oct-67 28-Oct-67 17-Nov-67 06-Dec-67 13-Dec-67 27-Dec-67

Type F-105D Thunderchief F-105F Thunderchief F-4D Phantom RF-4C Phantom F-105D Thunderchief F-4C Phantom F-105F Thunderchief F-4C Phantom F-105D Thunderchief 2 x F-105D Thunderchief F-105D Thunderchief F-105D Thunderchief Douglas EB-66C Douglas EB-66C Douglas AC-47 Douglas C-47A

Operator USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 8TFW USAF ­ 432TRW USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 8TFW USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 433TFS, 8TFW USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 355TFW Thai AF Thai AW

Serial 59-1749 63-8267 66-7534 66-0403 62-4329 63-7612 63-8272 63-7645 60-0461 62-4335 & 61-0181 61-0195 62-4356 54-0473 54-0462 L2-20/00 HS-TDH

Location & Details Damaged by AA fire over Vietnam and abandoned close to Korat AFB; 1 ejected Struck a tree on approach to Takhli AFB in bad weather; 2 survived Crashed 20km SW of Takhli [15.14N, 100.18E] due to pilot error; 2 survived Crashed in Thailand following engine failure due to fuel system fault; 2 survived Crash landed at Takhli AFB following engine failure; 1 escaped Crashed shortly after take off from Ubon AFB [15.10N, 104.50E]; 2 escaped Dbr when ran off the runway following drag chute failure on landing at Korat AFB [also reported as 80km SE of Takhli at 15.00N, 101.00E]; 2 escaped Mid-air collision over Thailand; crew ejected and were recovered. Abandoned 15m SW of Korat AFB shortly after take-off following undercarriage fault; 1 escaped Collided in mid air SW of Udorn AFB & crashed at 16.05N, 102.05E; 1 killed (62-4335), 1 escaped (610181) Dbf following engine failure on take off from Takhli AFB [15.20N, 100.00E]; 1 escaped Crashed 160km NE of Korat AFB [16.42N, 102.55E] following engine failure; 1 ejected Crashed & dbf during emergency landing at Takhli AFB; 5 killed, 2 survived Crashed on landing at Takhli AFB [15.15N, 100.18E]; 3 killed, 3 escaped Crashed and dbf on attempted take-off, whilst being `stolen' by drunken US serviceman, from Nakhon Phanom AFB Whilst attempting a VFR landing in fog at Chiang Mai, inbound from Bangkok, Capt. Chalerm Pirabal selected the wrong road to follow, tried to go around, but stalled, crashed from low altitude and aircraft broke into two parts; 2 crew & 2 passengers killed, 1 crew & 26 passengers escaped

Q4 1967 03-Jan-68 05-Jan-68 06-Jan-68 14-Jan-68 21-Jan-68

Helio U-10 Sabre 32 RF-4C Phantom F-105F Thunderchief "turboprop" (CL-44 ? C130?) Caravelle 3 & Queen Air A-80

Thai AF RAAF USAF ­ 432TRW USAF ­ 355TFW Trans Mediterranean Thai International & Thai Army USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 8TFW USAF ­ 355TFW USAF USAF ­ 355TFW USAF USAF ­ 602ACS A94-986 65-0865 62-4441 HS-TGL & 02018* Crashed 3 miles SW of Ubon AFB; 1 killed, 1 injured on ground (Note: 1st RAAF fatal crash since they came to Thailand in 1962) Damaged by AA fire over Vietnam and abandoned 45 miles NE of Udorn AFB; 2 escaped Crashed near Takhli following engine failure; 2 survived Belly landed at Don Muang; no injuries Whilst in close formation, the Queen Air's starboard propeller struck the port wing of the Caravelle at 10,000 feet over Damnoensaduak District, Ratchaburi Province; the Queen Air crashed, killing all 6 on board; the Caravelle returned safely to Don Muang Crashed 4m SSE of Takhli AFB on take off following engine failure; 1 escaped Damaged by AA fire over Laos and abandoned W of Udorn AFB; 2 ejected Damaged by AA fire over Laos and crashed whilst emergency landing at Ubon AFB [15.17N, 104.57E]; 1 killed, 1 injured Crashed 120km NW of Ubon AFB [16.19N 104.41E] following engine failure; 3 survived w/o Abandoned 90km ENE of Takhli AFB [15.48N, 101.11E] following engine failure; 1 escaped Crashed due to engine failure Mar 11; pilot survived Damaged by AA fire over Laos and force landed 25 miles NE of Udorn AFB; 1 survived

29-Jan-68 18-Feb-68 29-Feb-68 05-Mar-68 06-Mar-68 11-Mar-68 11-Mar-68 18-Mar-68

F-105D Thunderchief F-105F Thunderchief F-4D Phantom Douglas EB-66E F-105D Thunderchief F-105D Thunderchief A-1E Skyraider A-1H Skyraider

60-0478 63-8293 66-7528 54-0524 62-4336 60-0501 52-135165 52-139678

2-Sep-12

10

Date 24-Mar-68 26-Mar-68 28-Mar-68 30-Mar-68 25-Apr-68 Q1 1968 05-May-68 05-May-68 09-May-68 14-May-68 24-May-68 07-Jun-68 26-Jun-68 13-Jul-68 19-Jul-68 19-Jul-68 23-Jul-68 11-Aug-68 17-Aug-68 25-Aug-68 07-Sep-68 12-Sep-68 16-Sep-68 19-Sep-68 02-Oct-68 30-Oct-68 17-Nov-68 21-Nov-68 22-Nov-68 22-Dec-68 03-Jan-69 05-Jan-69 06-Jan-69 06-Jan-69

Type Fairchild C-123K F-105D Thunderchief F-111A F-111A F-105D Thunderchief Helio U-10 F-4D Phantom A-1E Skyraider Cessna O-2A F-105D Thunderchief T-28 Trojan Cessna T-37B F-105D Thunderchief F-105D Thunderchief Bell UH-1H Douglas EB-66B F-4D Phantom A-1E Skyraider F-105D Thunderchief F-105F Thunderchief F-105F Thunderchief F-105D Thunderchief F-102A Delta Dagger F-4D Phantom Boeing KC-135A RF-4C Phantom F-105D Thunderchief RF-4C Phantom Cessna O-2A RF-4C Phantom DHC Chipmunk Baron Douglas C-47 F-4D Phantom

Operator USAF ­ 606ACS USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 388TFW Thai AF USAF ­ 8TFW USAF USAF USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 56SOW Thai AF USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 388TFW Thai Army USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 432TRW USAF ­ 56SOW USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 405FW USAF ­ 8TFW USAF ­ 93BW USAF ­ 432TRW USAF USAF ­ 432TRW USAF ­ 504TASG USAF ­ 432TRW Thai Flying Club Continental Air Services Continental Air Services USAF ­ 8TFW

Serial 54-0589 60-0462 66-0022 66-0017 60-0436 66-8687 52-132445 67-21399 61-0132

Location & Details Damaged by AA fire over Laos and dbr on landing at Nakhon Phanom; 5 survived Crashed on take off from Korat AFB following tyre burst; 1 killed Crashed in Thailand; 2 missing Crashed in Thailand; 2 recovered Crashed on landing at Korat AFB; 1 killed Crashed 35km WSW of Ubon AFB [15.17N, 104.54E]; 2 survived Reported as crashed in Thailand; 1 missing (Note: also reported as shot down in Plain of Jars, Laos 10-Mar-70) Crashed near Ubon AFB; 2 killed. Destroyed in mid-air collision 130km ENE of Korat AFB [15.32N, 103.25E] with another F-105 (which returned safely); 1 killed Reported lost in combat in Thailand; 2 killed (Capt. Donald B. Button & Airman James P. Birks) Crashed Undercarriage collapsed on landing at Korat AFB and dbr; 1 escaped Damaged by AA fire over Laos and dbr whilst performing emergency landing at Udorn AFB; 1 escaped Landed short of the runway at Takhli AFB [15.16N, 100.18E] during GCA approach; 2 survived Abandoned over Thailand following hydraulic failure; 2 ejected Crashed during GCA approach to Nakhon Phanom AFB; 1 killed Drag chute failed to deploy on landing at Korat AFB and crashed into overshoot area; 1 killed Abandoned near Takhli following engine failure; 2 ejected Abandoned, & crashed 36km SW of Udorn AFB [17.15N, 102.55E] following engine failure; 2 ejected Abandoned 9km N of Don Muang & crashed 46km SW of Don Muang [13.56N, 100.38E] due to fuel starvation whilst diverting from Korat AFB to Takhli AFB; 1 survived Collided with an F-4 on the runway whilst landing at Udorn AFB [17.22N, 102.48E]; 1 survived Crashed on landing at Ubon AFB [15.14N, 104.52E]; 1 killed, 1 survived Engine failed on take-off from U-Tapao, hit obstructions and crashed; 4 killed Crashed 50km SW of Udorn AFB [17.11N, 102.40E] following engine failure Crashed 16m SE of Udorn AFB following engine failure; 1 ejected Abandoned near Udorn AFB & crashed at 17.14N, 102.43E due to fuel starvation; 2 escaped Struck a tree and crashed near Nakhon Phanom AFB; 2 killed Damaged by AA fire over Laos [17.23N, 105.43E] and crashed on landing at Udorn AFB; 1 killed, 1 survived Crashed into ditch at Tambon Bangkoonsri, Bangkok Noi District, Thonburi; 1 seriously injured Crashed into electricity pylon near Ponesa village, Amphoe Thabor, Nong Khai Province (30km from Nong Khai) en route Udorn to Vientiane; 2 crew + 2 on ground killed, 1 seriously injured w/o in NE Thailand Abandoned over Thailand due to fuel starvation & crashed 120km SE of Udorn AFB [16.54N, 103.48E];

F12-08/04 ?? 58-1150 60-0453 7390 53-0491 66-8716 52-139594 61-0219 63-8323 63-8289 62-4359 56-0970 66-8692 55-3138 66-0457 61-0092 66-0432 68-6859 65-0906

N522C

66-8763

2-Sep-12

11

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Location & Details 2 ejected Crashed 45km WSW of Udorn AFB [17.30N, 102.39E] following engine failure; 1 killed Emergency landing at Lampang Airport after cargo door broke off in flight Crashed 2km from Pimai, Nakhon Ratchasima Province; 2 killed w/o Lost part of port wing when hit on the ground by a mail car at Tokyo; repaired Dbr in ground accident at Takhli Damaged by AA fire and abandoned near Khok Ko, 50 miles NW of Ubon AFB, & crashed 80km north west of Ubon AFB [15.57N, 104.22E]; 1 killed Crashed 30km WSW of Nakhon Phanom [17.33N, 104.37E] following engine failure; 2 escaped Crashed in the Nakhon Phanom AFB circuit due to fuel starvation; 2 killed Aborted take-off from Nakhon Phanom AFB, exploded and burned; pilot survived Crashed into sea near Samed Island (in the Samui/Pa-Ngan Island area); 4 killed Crashed Crashed on take-off from Takhli AFB after engine failure; 3 killed Hit by ground fire near Ban Pho, Xiangkhoang Province, Laos; flew about 55 miles north west of Nakhon Phanom, where pilot bailed out; pilot rescued Crashed near Thai Niyom School in Bang Khen District, Bangkok; 1 seriously injured Damaged by AA fire and abandoned 10 miles north west of Nakhon Phanom AFB; 2 escaped Damaged by AA fire over Laos and abandoned 10 miles east of Ubon AFB; 2 escaped Crashed shortly after take-off from Korat AFB in severe weather; 18 killed Abandoned following mechanical failure 8m NW of Takhli AFB; 2 escaped Hit by AA fire over Vietnam and crashed c.5m from Udorn AFB; 1 ejected Damaged by AA fire over Laos, crashed and dbf on landing at Ubon AFB; 2 killed, 3 escaped Crashed 40km WSW of Ubon AFB [15.13N, 104.51E] (Note: see also 18-Feb-67) Crashed near Wang Sapung, Loei Province; 2 killed Crashed in Thailand due to engine failure; 1 killed Damaged on landing at Don Muang Airport; 67 escaped (Note: a SAS Caravelle borrowed 13/7 to replace) Pilot thought he had an engine failure while on a training flight, crashed & damaged beyond economical repair; crew received only minor injuries Damaged by AA fire and abandoned 10 miles south west of Maha Sarakham; crashed & dbf at Nong Pling village, Muang District, Maha Sarakham Province; 1 seriously injured Crashed & dbf on take off from Takhli AFB, Nakhon Sawan Province when tyre burst; 1 seriously injured & died later Aborted take off in heavy rainstorm, nosewheel collapsed and dbf at south end of runway at U-Tapao AFB; 6 escaped Hit by blast from exploding B-52 at U-Tapao AFB; 2 killed, 1 seriously injured

07-Jan-69 09-Jan-69 14-Jan-69 19-Jan-69 24-Jan-69 05-Feb-69 12-Feb-69 01-Mar-69 10-Mar-69 15-Mar-69 16-Mar-69 25-Mar-69 08-Apr-69 09-Apr-69 10-Apr-69 16-Apr-69 17-Apr-69 25-Apr-69 02-May-69 14-May-69 24-May-69 07-Jun-69 07-Jun-69 08-Jun-69 Q2 1969 09-Jul-69 10-Jul-69 15-Jul-69 17-Jul-69 19-Jul-69 19-Jul-69

F-102A Delta Dagger HS748 F-4E Phantom Sikorsky CH-3C Caravelle 3 F-105D Thunderchief F-105D Thunderchief A-1H Skyraider A-26A Invader A-1H Skyraider Grumman S-2F T-28 Trojan Douglas EB-66B A-1H Skyraider Northrop F-5A F-4D Phantom RF-4C Phantom Lockheed EC-121R F-105F Thunderchief F-105F Thunderchief AC-130A Hercules Douglas EC-47P Cessna O-1 A-1H Skyraider Helio U-10 Caravelle 3 HH-43B Huskie F-105D Thunderchief F-105D Thunderchief Boeing B-52D HH-43B Huskie

USAF ­ 405FW Thai AW USAF ­ 388TFW USAF Thai International USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 56SOW USAF ­ 56SOW USAF ­ 56SOW Thai Navy Thai AF USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 56SOW Thai AF USAF ­ 8TFW USAF ­ 432TRW USAF ­ 553RW USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 355TFW/354TFS USAF ­ 8TFW USAF ­ 460TRW Thai Army USAF ­ 56SOW Thai AF Thai International USAF - 38ARRS USAF ­ 388TFW USAF - 355TFW USAF - 70BW USAF ­ 38ARRS

56-1186 HS-THC 67-0294 63-9689 62-4364 60-0417 52-139641 64-17673 52-134562 420 ?? JF13-74/09 53-0498 52-133990 Kh18-4/10 / 69169 66-8796 66-0405 67-21493 62-4445 62-4435 54-1629 43-49547

52-135356 HS-TGK 60-0278 60-0518 62-4394 55-0676 59-1562

2-Sep-12

12

Date 03-Aug-69 21-Aug-69 23-Aug-69 03-Sep-69 04-Sep-69 06-Sep-69 09-Sep-69 02-Oct-69 02-Oct-69 04-Oct-69 07-Oct-69 17-Oct-69 28-Oct-69 10-Nov-69 14-Nov-69 16-Nov-69 22-Nov-69 24-Nov-69 28-Nov-69 01-Dec-69 08-Dec-69 19-Dec-69 20-Dec-69 21-Dec-69 (23-Dec-69) 29-Dec-69 Q4 1969 02-Jan-70 1970 13-Jan-70 15-Jan-70 26-Jan-70 27-Jan-70 28-Jan-70 14-Feb-70

Type F-4D Phantom QU-22A Bonanza h/c F-4D Phantom "Cessna 130 Beachcraft" (Cessna 170 or 180?) Lockheed EC-121R F-4D Phantom F-4D Phantom A-1J Skyraider Sikorsky CH-3E F-105D Thunderchief h/c h/c Apache 160 Bell UH-1H RF-4C Phantom RF-4C Phantom T-28 Trojan F-105D Thunderchief A-1H Skyraider F-105F Thunderchief F-4E Phantom F-4D Phantom A-1H Skyraider h/c A-1H Skyraider Helio U-10 Northrop F-5A h/c Douglas C-47 F-4D Phantom OV-10A Bronco A-1E Skyraider North American T-6 Cessna 182G/Wren 460

Operator

Serial

Location & Details Damaged by AA fire over Laos and abandoned near Ubon AFB; 2 survived Crashed following engine failure; 1 killed Crashed into tree at Mae Chan District, Chiang Rai Province; 13 escaped Damaged by AA fire over Laos and abandoned 5 miles south of Udorn AFB; 2 survived Crashed whilst crop-spraying in Chai Badan District, Lopburi Province; 1 injured (Note: 1 of 5 used for crop-spraying) Crashed during emergency landing in rainstorm at Korat AFB; 4 crew + 4 on ground killed, 12 crew survived Crashed on landing at Udorn AFB; 2 escaped Damaged by AA fire over Laos and crashed on landing at Udorn AFB; 2 escaped Ground looped on take-off from Nakhon Phanom AFB; 1 killed w/o Crashed on landing at Takhli AFB following engine failure; 1 baled out Crashed into field near Phuphan range, Nakhon Phanom Province; 4 escaped Crashed into jungle in Amphoe Huay Yod, Trang Province; 2 escaped Whilst on cable inspection a door opened in flight & crashed into field & dbf in Amphoe Sena, Phra Nakhon, Sri Ayutthaya; 1 killed Damaged by AA fire in Laos and abandoned 7 miles SE of Udorn AFB; 2 ejected Damaged by AA fire in Laos and abandoned a few miles from Nakhon Phanom; 2 ejected Crashed Two F-105's collided during in-flight refuelling 59 miles ENE of Udorn AFB; 2 ejected Crashed on take off from Nakhon Phanom due to engine failure; 1 escaped Damaged by AA fire and crashed on landing at Udorn AFB; 1 killed, 1 survived Damaged by AA over Laos and crashed 4 miles S of Ubon AFB; 2 ejected Damaged by AA over Laos and crashed 4 miles SE of Ubon AFB; 2 ejected Crashed on take off from Nakhon Phanom due to engine failure; 1 escaped Wreck found under the Indian Ocean near Adang Island, off Amphoe Muang, Satun Province Damaged by AA in Laos and abandoned 8 miles S of Nakhon Phanom AFB; 1 escaped

USAF ­ 366TFW 66-7599 USAF ­ 553RW 68-10532 Thai AF USAF ­ 8TFW 66-8791 Agriculture & Co-operatives Ministry USAF ­ 553RW USAF ­ 432TRW USAF ­ 432TRW USAF ­ 56SOW USAF USAF ­ 355TFW Thai Police Thai Police EGAT Thai Army USAF ­ 432TRW USAF ­ 432TRW Thai AF USAF USAF ­ 56SOW USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 366TFW USAF ­ 366TFW USAF ­ 56SOW USAF ­ 56SOW Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF USAF ­ 390TFS USAF ­ 23TAS USAF ­ 56SOW/22SOS Thai AF Bira Air Transport 67-21495 66-7686 66-8697 52-142030 67-14721 62-4243

HS-YEA 7384 66-0468 66-0441 JF13-75/09 61-0196 & 60-0435 52-132546 63-8352 67-0253 66-7543 52-139811 52-137552 Kh18-1/10 / 69159 L2-17/00 66-8820 67-14680 52-132674 HS-PCA

Crashed at Si Racha District, Chonburi Province Crashed at Chiang Klang Airport; 1 killed, 5 seriously injured Crashed 20km ESE from Ubon AFB [15.21N, 105.05E]; 1 killed, 1 rescued Crashed 35km WSW from Nakhon Phanom AFB [17.33N, 104.31E]; 1 escaped Crashed on landing at Nakhon Phanom AFB [17.22N, 104.39E]; 1 escaped Crashed on landing at Nakhon Si Thammarat; 1 seriously injured Overan runway in Nakhon Pathom Province; substantially damaged

2-Sep-12

13

Date 21-Feb-70 04-Mar-70 14-Mar-70 14-Mar-70 16-Mar-70 19-Mar-70 24-Mar-70 30-Mar-70 10-Apr-70

Type F-105G Thunderchief Bell UH-1H A-1H Skyraider F-105 Thunderchief F-105D Thunderchief A-1H Skyraider DHC Caribou F-4D Phantom RF-4C Phantom

Operator USAF ­ 355TFW/354TFS Thai AF USAF ­ 56SOW/602SOS USAF USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 56SOW/602SOS Thai Police USAF ­ 432TRW/13TFS USAF ­ 432TRW/11TRS

Serial 63-8281 H6-21/12 52-134471

Location & Details Damaged by AA over Laos and crashed SW of Udorn AFB [17.18N, 102.42E]; 2 escaped Crashed on take off from Nakhon Phanom AFB [17.17N, 104.41E]; 1 crew + 1 on ground killed, 6 on ground injured Crashed in Nakhon Phanom; 2 killed Damaged by AA over Laos and crashed into trees 45km SW of Udorn AFB [17.13N, 102.46E]; 1 escaped Damaged by AA over Laos and abandoned 40km W of Nakhon Phanom [17.29N, 104.20E]; 1 survived Crashed into Nang Keo mountain between Doi Saket District, Chiang Mai Province and Wang Pa Pao, Chiang Rai Province; 6 killed Hit by AA over North Vietnam and crashed 6km N of Nakhon Phanom AFB [17.27N, 104.40E]; 2 survived Hit and badly damaged by AA fire while on a mission over Laos. Both crewmen ejected safely over Udorn AFB, whilst the aircraft crashed in flames into barracks and the radio studio at Udorn AFB, [17.22N, 102.48E] destroying nine buildings. 9 killed on ground; at least 30 airmen injured (Note: a memorial to those killed can be seen at http://www.aftn.net/AFTN/memorial.htm) Shot down in mountains in Amphoe Muang, Phetchabun Province, whilst on rescue mission for T-6 below; 3 killed, 5 seriously injured Shot down into mountains in Phetchabun Province; 1 baled out Crashed into field 12km NW of Takhli AFB [15.30N, 100.18E] due to fuel contamination; 1 ejected Crashed on runway & dbf at Takhli AFB [15.16N, 100.18E]; 2 escaped (Note: also reported as 16-Apr) Crashed 45km SW of Udorn AFB [17.16N, 102.42E]; 2 ejected (Note: also reported as 21-Apr; 9th US crash in Thailand in 1970) Crashed 50km ENE of Korat AFB [15.03N, 102.53E]; 1 killed; 1 recovered Damaged at Surat Thani airport; repaired by Jun-71 Crashed at Ban Kai, Rayong Province; 2 ejected, 2 on ground injured Crashed near Korat (possibly related to the accident below ??) Crashed near U-Tapao RTN base; type not disclosed by US authorities, speculation of new secret type Crashed at Tambon Pralab, Khon Kaen Province; 2 escaped Reported lost in combat in Thailand; Capt. Donald J. Morris killed Crashed into field at Ban Tae Yai, Muang District, Ubon Ratchatani Province [15.15N, 104.52E or 15.28N, 105.01E]; 1 ejected, 1 killed (Note: also reported as 11-Jun; 11th US crash in Thailand in 1970) Crashed after take off near Bantakum Road, Ban Nernsung, Amphoe Muang, Trat Province; 3 escaped Crashed into field & dbf at Lam Luk Ka District, Pathum Thani; 1 ejected Crashed into field; 2 baled out Wreck discovered at bottom of Soi Dao Hill, Phaisali District, Nakhon Sawan Province Crashed 35km NW of Ubon AFB [15.34N, 104.53E] on training mission; 4 killed, 1 rescued Crashed

62-4230 52-135275 12251 66-8707 65-0863

11-Apr-70 11-Apr-70 15-Apr-70 15-Apr-70 22-Apr-70 25-Apr-70 25-Apr-70 10-May-70 10-May-70 10-May-70 19-May-70 20-May-70 12-Jun-70

h/c (probably UH-1H H6-24/12) North American T-6 F-105D Thunderchief F-105G Thunderchief F-4D Phantom F-4E Phantom Fairchild C-123B F-105 Thunderchief Lockheed SR-71A ??? h/c T-28 Trojan F-4D Phantom

Thai AF Thai AF USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 355TFW USAF ­ 432TRW/13TFS USAF ­ 34TFW Thai AF USAF USAF ­ 9SRW (US) Thai Police USAF ­ 56SOW USAF ­ 8TFW/25TFS

61-0220 62-4415 66-8702 67-0214 L4-2/07 64-17969

66-8770

09-Jul-70 10-Jul-70 23-Jul-70 23-Jul-70 (03-Aug-70) 13-Aug-70 13-Aug-70

"4-seat h/c" ??? Lockheed T-33A Lockheed T-33A "single-engined a/c" Sikorsky CH-3C T-28 Trojan

Central Security Command Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF USAF ­ 56SOW/21SOS Thai AF

F11-3/98 F11-19/12 63-9681 JF13-63/09

2-Sep-12

14

Date 21-Aug-70 26-Aug-70 late Aug-70 03-Sep-70 14-Sep-70 16-Sep-70 06-Oct-70 25-Oct-70 25-Oct-70

Type F-4 Phantom h/c "Fairchild" (PC-6?) h/c Northrop F-5A ??? Northrop F-5A Sikorsky UH-34D Douglas EB-66C

Operator USAF Thai Police Thai Police ? Thai Police Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Royal Laotian AF USAF ­ 388TFW/42TEWS

Serial

Location & Details Ran off runway at Ubon AFB; 2 escaped Crashed on landing at Narathiwat Airport; 2 escaped Crashed in Sungai Padi District, Narathiwat Province Crashed into field at Sungai Padi District, Narathiwat Province whilst collecting wreckage from Fairchild crash; 6 escaped

Kh18-8/10 / 21258 Kh18-3/10 / 69161 8803 (ex Bu148803) 55-0384 Crashed on landing at Pathum Thani; 1 ejected Crashed in Khao Kor area, Lomsak District, Phetchabun Province; 1 killed; wreck found Feb-82 Exploded & crashed at Tambon Banbun, Muang District, Phichit Province; 5 killed Crashed & dbf on landing at Korat AFB [14.56N, 102.05E]; 6 escaped (Note: date also given as 24-Oct & 26-Oct; based at Korat then were 388TFW with F-4E; also EC-121's & 3 Wing of Thai AF with HH-43's) Crashed into field at Tambon Bangluang, Bang Len District, Nakhon Phanom Province; 1 killed, 1 seriously injured Exploded & crashed in Nangkaew mountains, Chae Hom District, Lampang Province Crashed & dbf on landing at Nakhon Phanom AFB [17.24N, 104.39E]; 2 ejected; 1 on ground seriously injured Crashed in Kamphaeng Saen District, Nakhon Phanom Province; 5 killed Shot down whilst attacking troop concentrations 18 miles S of Siem Reap, Cambodia; 1 killed (Kosok Teeranuch) Crashed on landing at Udorn AFB [17.19N, 102.57E]; 2 killed (Note: also reported as 03-Feb) Crashed into mountain at Doi Phachi, Tha Wang Pha District, Nan Province; 2 killed, 3 seriously injured Exploded in mid air over Don Muang; 1 killed Crashed at Ban Mai, Muang District, 10km NE of Ubon AFB [15.23N, 105.02E]; 1 killed, 1 seriously injured (Note: also reported as 27-Feb) Crashed & dbf after take off from Army Flight Training School, Lopburi; 2 killed Crashed on take-off from Korat AFB [15.06N, 102.20E] due to control failure; 4 escaped (Note: cause also reported as contaminated fuel) Crashed into lake on take off from Khon Kaen; 1 killed, 2 seriously injured Left engine failed whilst supporting parachute jumping; pilot ordered all parachutists to jump out of the descending aircraft, and it attempted to return to base but could not find due to weather and nav aids failure; made an emergency landing at Wung Nok Ann Air Field, Sarit Sena Army Camp, Phitsanulok, where it overshot and stopped 300 feet beyond the end of runway; suffered minor damage and repaired Crashed into forest on Doi Suthep mountain, Chiang Mai Province; 3 injured Crashed 100km NW of Ubon AFB [16.10N, 104.40E]; 2 recovered Crashed short of runway at Mae Hong Son airfield; 21 escaped On 180 day loan from US Army to RTAVF

03-Nov-70 04-Nov-70 15-Nov-70 27-Nov-70 15-Dec-70 01-Feb-71 02-Feb-71 22-Feb-71 23-Feb-71 26-Feb-71

North American T-6 h/c F-105G Thunderchief h/c Piper Apache 150 T-28 Trojan F-4D Phantom Bell UH-1H T-28 Trojan F-4D Phantom

Thai AF

USAF ­ 388TFW Thai AF Thai AF USAF ­ 432TRW/555TFS Thai Army Thai AF USAF ­ 8TFW/25TFS

63-8311

HS-CHA JF13-95/13 / `#514' 66-0263

JF13-68/09 66-8774

01-Mar-71 10-Mar-71 26-Mar-71 02-Apr-71

??? Douglas EB-66C "amphibious h/c" Douglas C-47

Thai Army USAF ­ 388TFW/42TEWS 55-0389

Thai AF

L2-26/02

20-Apr-71 21-Apr-71 07-May-71 17-May-71

Pilatus Turbo-Porter F-4D Phantom Douglas C-47A Bell UH-1H

Air America USAF ­ 497TFS Thai AW Thai Army

N199X 66-7717 HS-TDE ?

2-Sep-12

15

Date 27-May-71 29-May-71 03-Jun-71 03-Jun-71 16-Jul-71 23-Jul-71 26-Jul-71 02-Aug-71 02-Nov-71 07-Nov-71 10-Nov-71 29-Dec-71 29-Dec-71 25-Jan-72 25-Jan-72 01-Feb-72 02-Feb-72 02-Feb-72 03-Feb-72 13-Feb-72 23-Feb-72 24-Feb-72 02-Mar-72 11-Mar-72

Type Northrop F-5A & DHC Chipmunk Bell UH-1H h/c DHC Chipmunk Cessna O-1 DHC Caribou A-1H Skyraider QU-22B Bonanza T-28 Trojan Douglas C-47 Douglas EC-47Q "single engined a/c" (probably Cessna 150) Bell UH-1H h/c h/c F-4D Phantom F-105G Thunderchief Douglas EB-66C T-28 Trojan F-4D Phantom T-28 Trojan OV-10A Bronco Bell UH-1H F-105G Thunderchief

Operator Thai AF & Civil Aviation Club Thai AF Thai Police Thai AF Thai Army USAF USAF ­ 56SOW USAF ­ 56SOW/554RS Thai AF - Wing 5 Thai AW USAF Hua Hin Flying Training Centre (CATC ?) Thai Army ? Thai Army Thai AF USAF ­ 432TRW USAF ­ 388TFW USAF ­ 42TEWS USAF ­ 56SOW USAF ­ 435TFS Thai AF USAF ­ 504TASG Thai AF USAF ­ 17WWS

Serial Kh18-5/10 / 21236 + ?? H6-18/12

Location & Details Whilst taking off from Don Muang the F-5 clipped the wing of the Chipmunk and crashed; Chipmunk badly damaged; F-5 pilot plus 4 on ground killed Crashed on take off from Doi Inthanont mountain, Chiang Mai Province; 7 killed, 4 escaped Crashed in Bangkapi District, Bangkok; 4 killed Crashed near housing estate in Yannawa District; 1 killed Crashed into tree during emergency landing in Muang District, Uttaradit Province; 1 killed, 1 seriously injured Crashed on take off from Chiang Mai Airport; all escaped Dbr in landing accident at Nakhon Phanom AFB; 1 escaped Crashed 40km SW of Nakhon Phanom [17.26N, 104.31E]; 1 recovered (Note: presumably repaired as became N64884 1974) Believed crashed into sea 8km off Bang Saphan District, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province; 2 missing Overan runway at Mae Hong Son; substantially damaged Damaged on take off from Nakhon Phanom AFB; repaired & back in service by 1973 Crashed into jungle at Ratchaburi; 1 escaped

52-139730 70-1538

HS-TDC 43-48009 HS-TCX ? 5483 ?

63-8284 54-0450

66-8741 JF13-107/14 67-14620 H6-1/11 63-8327

Crashed in fog near Thai AF golf course, Bang Khen District, near Don Muang Airport; 4 killed Crashed at Camp Taksin, Chantaburi Province; 4 injured Crashed on take-off from Udorn AFB; 1 killed 1 escaped Exploded on take off from Korat AFB at approx. 0900; 1 killed (Major Charles H Stone), 1 escaped Lost power immediately after take-off from Korat AFB, and belly-landed onto unpaved overrun strip; all 6 crew escaped (Pilot, Navigator and 4 Electronic Systems Operators); aircraft later scrapped Reported lost in combat in Thailand; 2 killed (Capt. James J. Crawford & Capt. Donald W. Lowe) Crashed 25km SE of Ubon AFB [15.07N, 105.02E]; 2 recovered Crashed Crashed on take-off from Nakhon Phanom AFB following engine failure; 1 escaped Crashed in jungle in 70km S of Korat AFB, in Khon Buri District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province [14.10N, 102.08E] following engine failure; wreck found Aug-73 (Note: also reported as 12-Mar) Crashed on landing at Don Muang Crashed in Thailand following engine failure; 1 escaped Crashed at Sena Narong Army Camp, Hat Yai District, Songkhla Province; 1 killed, 5 injured Crashed just inside Thai border [16.03N, 105.03E] following engine failure; 1 escaped Crashed in Thailand following engine failure; 1 escaped Crashed into field on landing at Chiang Rai Airport & dbf W/o due to in-flight engine failure at Eglin AFB, Fl. Tyre blew out whilst landing overweight at Korat AFB [14.58N, 102.06E]; 2 escaped

15-Mar-72 23-Mar-72 30-Mar-72 04-Apr-72 22-Apr-72 08-May-72 10-May-72 17-May-72

Lockheed T-33A A-1H Skyraider Bell UH-1H QU-22B Bonanza QU-22B Bonanza T-28 Trojan Fairchild AU-23A F-105G Thunderchief

Thai AF USAF Thai AF USAF ­ 56SOW/554RS USAF ­ 56SOW Thai AF Thai AF USAF ­ 23TFW/561WWS

F11-22/13 52-137622 6166 = H6-14/12 69-7700 67-1548 JF13-46/07 21309 63-8347

2-Sep-12

16

Date 31-May-72 06-Jun-72 18-Jun-72 Jul-72 ? 05-Jul-72 05-Jul-72 06-Jul-72 08-Jul-72 10-Jul-72 12-Jul-72 30-Jul-72 30-Jul-72

Type F-4 Phantom Lockheed RT-33A Cessna A-37B Bell UH-1H Cessna O-1 Douglas DC-3 & Lockheed T-33A F-4D Phantom F-4E Phantom F-4D Phantom Bell OH-13 F-4D Phantom Boeing B-52D

Operator USAF ­ 31TFW Thai AF USAF ­ 377ABW Thai Army Thai Army ?????? & Thai AF USAF ­ 8TFW/497TFS USAF ­ 366TFW/4TFS USAF ­ 8TFW Thai Army USAF ­ 8TFW USAF - 307SW Thai AF USMC ­ VMFA232 USAF ­ 8TFW/435TFS USAF ­ 56SOW Thai Army USAF ­ 35TFW USAF ­ 388TFW USAF - 43SW Thai AF - Wing 5 Thai Police USAF ­ 8TFW/435TFS USAF ­ 8TFW Thai AF USAF ­ 432TRW/555TFS USAF ­ 56SOW/361TEW USAF USAF - 307SW

Serial

Location & Details Crashed 12 miles from Udorn AFB due to SAM damage; 2 ejected (Note: also reported as 01-Jun) Exploded in mid air over Samut Sakhon province Crashed in Thailand; 1 escaped Crashed into sea 5 miles off Chonburi; 2 killed, 1 escaped T-33 hit wing of DC-3 in a mid air collision over Don Muang Airport; both landed safely Crashed into field 5km from Ubon AFB [15.18N, 104.55E] whilst attempting to land in heavy rainstorm; 2 killed Hit by AAM over Vietnam; aircraft abandoned SW of Udorn AFB [17.29N, 102.43E]; 2 survived Crashed on take-off from Ubon AFB following tyre blow out; 2 survived Crashed Crashed on landing at Ubon AFB; 2 survived Crashed at At Samat District, Roi Et Province, 65 miles north west of Ubon AFB after lightning strike knocked out instruments; left wing also reported to have caught fire; 5 killed, 1 escaped Shot down over Phuphan mountains, Kalasin Province; 4 killed, 8 escaped Crashed on approach to Nam Phong AFB; 1 recovered Crashed on take off from Ubon AFB [15.17N, 104.56E]; 2 killed (Note: also reported as 10-Aug, and on landing) Crashed on take-off from Nakhon Phanom AFB after engine failure; 1 survived Crashed & dbf in a plantation in Pak Thor District, Ratchaburi Province; 13 killed Crashed on landing at Ubon AFB following systems failure; 2 survived Crashed on landing at Korat AFB during a thunderstorm; 2 survived Sustained crash damage on landing at U-Tapao AFB; 6 survived Crashed into Gulf of Pak Phanong, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province; 1 baled out Crashed at Mae Sot District, Tak Province; 4 killed Crashed 40km NW of Ubon AFB [15.40N, 104.50E] on approach; 2 ejected (Note: also reported as 17-Oct) Crashed on landing at Ubon AFB; 2 ejected (Note: also reported as on take-off) Crashed 60km ESE of Udorn AFB on training sortie [17.28N, 103.36E]; 2 (including Calvin B. Tibbett) missing presumed killed (Note: also reported as 21-Nov) Crashed on landing 2km from runway at Nakhon Phanom AFB [17.23N, 104.39E]; 2 killed, 8 injured Crashed; 2 killed (Note: 4th F-111 crashed in theatre since Sep-72) Crashed into jungle near Pla Pak/Muang District border, Nakhon Phanom Province [17.11N, 104.38E] after being hit by SAM near Vinh, North Vietnam; 6 baled out (Note: 9th B-52 lost in theatre since 1965)

TF11-6/10 69-6349 6423 ??? & F11-16/12 65-0800 69-7563 66-7707 6228 66-0274 56-0677

early Aug-72 h/c 02-Aug-72 F-4J Phantom 11-Aug-72 F-4D Phantom 25-Aug-72 28-Aug-72 17-Sep-72 22-Sep-72 15-Oct-72 16-Oct-72 17-Oct-72 18-Oct-72 23-Oct-72 24-Oct-72 20-Nov-72 QU-22B Bonanza Bell UH-1H F-4D Phantom F-4E Phantom Boeing B-52D T-28 Trojan Bell 205A-1 F-4D Phantom F-4D Phantom Bell UH-1H F-4D Phantom

Bu155817 66-0281 70-1546 15658 65-0593 67-0385 55-0097 JF13-110/15 1708 66-8708 65-0632 H6-09/12 66-7501

21-Nov-72 Douglas EC-47Q 22-Nov-72 ? F-111 22-Nov-72 Boeing B-52D

43-49771

55-0110

2-Sep-12

17

Date 18-Dec-72 19-Dec-72

Type "single-engine trainer" Boeing B-52G

Operator Thai AF USAF - 72SW USAF ­ 320BW/72SW USAF ­ 42TEWS USAF - 307SW

Serial

Location & Details Crashed into field at Ban Nong Yai Sap, Tambon Sra Yai Som, U Thong District, Suphanburi Province; 1 slightly injured Crashed in Nam Phong District, Khon Kaen Province, 30km SW of Nam Phong AFB after being hit by SAM near Kinh No, North Vietnam; 7 escaped (Note: also reported as 35km E of Khon Kaen) Hit by SAM near Yen Vien, North Vietnam & abandoned 16km SW of Nakhon Phanom [17.30N, 104.50E]; 6 escaped (Note: also reported as 8km S of Nakhon Phanom) Crashed on approach to Korat AFB [14.58N, 102.05E] after engine failure; 3 killed (Note: also reported as on'landing roll' at Korat) Crashed at about 0200 2km NE of U-Tapao AFB near Wat Sa Kaew whilst on approach after being hit by SAM near Hanoi, North Vietnam; 4 killed, 2 seriously injured (Note: 3rd B-52 to crash in Thailand in last 8 days) Hit by SAM & crashed at about 0500 135km SW of Nakhom Phanom AFB; 6 baled out Crashed 45km SE of Udorn AFB [17.23N, 103.16E] following mechanical failure; 2 ejected (Note: also reported as 16km SSW of Udorn) Exploded in mid-air over Ban Phaeo District, Samut Sakhon Province; 1 killed Crashed & dbf near Anussasa Canal, Ban Moh District, Saraburi Province; 1 killed Crashed 32km NE of Udorn AFB after engine failure; 1 ejected Crashed in jungle near Tuan, Shan State, Burma and damaged; 5 Thai & 3 US crew held by Burmese authorities Crashed into rice paddy at Khok Krathiam District, Lopburi Province; Thai pilot & US instructor killed (Note: also reported as 06-Jan) Crashed Hit by AA fire, abandoned 3 miles S of Nakhon Phanom AFB & crashed 4 miles east of Nakhon Phanom AFB; 1 ejected Crashed on take-off from Takhli AFB [15.12N, 100.18E] when undercarriage collapsed; 2 escaped w/o Shot down & dbf near Vang Vieng, Nong Khai Province (?); 9 killed Crashed on landing at Katmandu, Nepal; all escaped Crashed near Ban Nong Pai whilst on approach to Udorn AFB; 2 ejected Reported lost in combat in Thailand; 1 killed (Capt. Emmet R. Galbreth II) Reported crashed in Bang Lane, Nakhon Pathom Crashed on take off from Dongtarn Bay, Sattahip District, Chonburi Province; 5 slightly injured, 4 escaped Crashed on take-off from Nakhon Phanom AFB; 1 killed Crashed on take off from Klong Toey, Bangkok; 3 injured Crashed at Surin Airport; 1 killed Bomb exploded in galley en route Bangkok to Saigon; returned safely to Bangkok

58-0246

20-Dec-72

Boeing B-52G

57-6481

23-Dec-72 26-Dec-72

Douglas EB-66E Boeing B-52D

54-0529 56-0584

27-Dec-72 07-Jan-73 09-Jan-73 10-Jan-73 11-Jan-73 01-Feb-73 05-Feb-73 05-Feb-73 08-Feb-73 17-Feb-73 20-Feb-73 16-Mar-73 11-Apr-73 10-May-73 22-May-73 28-May-73 29-May-73 30-May-73 05-Jun-73 28-Jun-73 12-Jul-73 18-Aug-73 05-Sep-73

Boeing B-52D F-4D Phantom Lockheed T-33A "trainer" A-7D Corsair h/c Pilatus Turbo-Porter Pilatus Turbo-Porter Cessna T-37B A-7D Corsair F-111A Cessna 170B Sikorsky UH-34 DC-8-33 F-4 Phantom T-28 Trojan Bell UH-1 Bell UH-1 OV-10A Bronco Kawasaki KH-4 Bell UH-1H T-28 Trojan Boeing 727

USAF - 307SW USAF ­ 432TRW/13TFS Thai AF - 31 Sqdn (?) Thai AF USAF ­ 354TFW Thai Police Thai Police Thai AF Thai AF USAF ­ 354TFW USAF - 474TFW/428TFS Sky of Siam Royal Laotian AF Thai International USAF USAF ­ 56SOW Thai Army Thai Army USAF ­ 56SOW Thai Police Thai AF Thai AF Air Vietnam

56-0599 66-8749 F11-24/13 71-0316

1602 JH2-08/15 / 21313 F12-07/04 70-0949 67-0072 HS-CHD HS-TGU

6102 ?

67-14671 H6-15/12 JF13-83/11

2-Sep-12

18

Date 07-Sep-73

Type Bell 204B

Operator

Serial N8535F

Location & Details Suffered hard landing at Ramasun Helipad when the tail rotor contacted the ground on a demonstration autorotation, separating the tail rotor gear box. The aircraft impacted hard and turned right, causing the skid to collapse and braking the main rotor blades. No injuries. Aircraft was back in service 01-Dec-73 Crashed 5km south of Ubon AFB on landing; 2 ejected, 2 injured on ground (Note: this may be confused with F-4D 66-8795 of 8TFW, which crashed 22-Sep-73 at 15.16N, 105.54E, just inside Laos) Exploded & crashed near Wat Manesathit, Muang District, Uthai Thani Province; 1 killed, 1 slightly injured Repaired Crashed on final approach to Udorn AFB [17.21N, 102.51E]; 2 recovered Exploded in mid-air at Ban Krabang, Phrom Phiram District, Phitsanulok Province; 12 killed Collided in mid-air in Na Kae District, Nakhon Phanom Province; 4 killed (including provincial governor), 8 injured Crashed 5 miles east of Korat AFB; crew escaped Crashed 165km W of Ubon AFB [15.19N, 103.33E] on training mission; 1 killed w/o on delivery flight Crashed into tree after take off from Ruamwittaya School, Tha Pla District, Uttaradit Province; 2 killed, 14 injured Crashed in Nam Pong District, Khon Kaen Province; 2 injured Crashed 115 km north of Korat AFB; crew ejected Engine disintegrated on take-off from Don Muang; no injuries Crashed 25km SW of Udorn AFB [17.29N, 102.56E] on a training mission; 2 ejected Crashed into field & dbf at Tambon Klong Klum, Bangkapi District, Bangkok; 2 seriously injured Crashed into field in Nonthaburi; 2 injured Collided with rock off Phangnga Province; repaired (Note: filming `The Man With The Golden Gun') Crashed & dbf at Udorn Crashed into field in Lopburi Province; 2 slightly injured Damaged in ground accident when nose gear retracted on apron; repaired Crashed Crashed into wall before take off from airstrip in Uttaradit Province; 3 injured Crashed into jungle near Phetchabun, 90km west of Korat AFB (15.00N, 100.56E) on a training mssion; 1 ejected, 1 killed Crashed Mid-air collision 155km WSW of Udon AFB [17.05N, 101.37E]; 4 ejected Reported w/o before Jun-75 Crashed on landing at Umphang airstrip, Tak Province; 5 killed Crashed 50km SW of Nakhon Phanom AFB [17.04N, 104.29E]; 4 killed

21-Sep-73

F-4 Phantom

USAF

24-Sep-73 25-Sep-73 26-Sep-73 27-Sep-73 30-Oct-73 02-Nov-73 27-Nov-73 01-Dec-73 01-Dec-73 03-Jan-74 09-Jan-74 05-Feb-74 15-Feb-74 28-Feb-74 09-Apr-74 17-Apr-74 Apr-74 Jun-74 27-Jul-74 14-Aug-74 18-Sep-74 26-Sep-74 Sep-74 12-Nov-74 03-Dec-74 28-Dec-74 1975 17-Jan-75 24-Jan-75

Cessna T-37B Lockheed RT-33A F-4D Phantom h/c h/c & h/c A-7D Corsair A-7D Corsair SIAI SF-260 h/c Cessna O-1A F-4E Phantom DC-8 RF-4C Phantom Kawasaki h/c Stinson 108 RC3 Seebee T-28 Trojan OV-10C Bronco "single-engined cropduster" Lockheed T-33A Cessna T-37B "single-engined a/c" Cessna T-37C F-4E Phantom Cessna A-37B 2 x F-4E Phantom Cessna T-37C Pilatus Turbo-Porter Sikorsky CH-53C

Thai AF Thai AF USAF ­ 13TFS Thai Army Thai Army & Thai Police USAF USAF ­ 354TFW Thai AF Thai Police (US) USAF JAL USAF ­ 14TRS Thai Police Aero Club du Sud Vietnam Eon Productions Khmer AF Thai AF

F12-02/04 TF-11-8/13 66-8747

70-0938 71-0328 (c/n 14-06)

67-0284 66-0451 F-OBDO N87545 O-37691 J5-26/16

Agriculture & Co-operatives Ministry Thai AF F11-21/13 Thai AF F12-04/04 (military) Thai AF F12-04/04 USAF - 432TFW 67-0393 Thai AF USAF - 432 TFW Thai AF Thai Police USAF - 56SOW/21SOS J6-10/15 / 4332 67-0287 & 71-0241 F12-08/04 70-1628

2-Sep-12

19

Date 31-Jan-75 02-Mar-75 07-Apr-75 08-Apr-75 17-Apr-75 29-Apr-75 29-Apr-75 13-May-75 Jun-75 Aug-75 15-Aug-75 30-Aug-75 03-Nov-75 26-Dec-75 1976 (8-Jan-76) 10-Jan-76 11-Jun-76 05-Jul-76 14-Aug-76 14-Sep-76 22-Sep-76 23-Sep-76 06-Nov-76 11-Nov-76 18-Nov-76 25-Dec-76 Jan-77 11-Jan-77 Feb-77 01-Feb-77 10-Feb-77 16-Feb-77 21-Feb-77

Type Bell UH-1H + Bell U-1H "single-engined 4-seat a/c" 2 x T-28 Trojan h/c AU-24 Douglas C-47 Northrop F-5 Sikorsky CH-53C Cessna T-37C OV-10C Bronco Lockheed U-2 T-28 Trojan OV-10C Bronco h/c F-105 Thunderchief "twin" T-28 Trojan Northrop F-5A h/c HS748 Northrop F-5B T-28 Trojan Douglas C-47 Bell UH-1H T-28 Trojan Cessna T-37B Boeing 707-366C OV-10C Bronco Fairchild C-123K OV-10C Bronco "single-engined a/c" Bell UH-1H "L-19 Porter" T-28 Trojan

Operator Thai AF

Serial H6-19/12 & H6-26/15

Location & Details Mid-air collision whilst in formation at Umphur Sangkaburi, Tirapia District, Kanchanaburi Province Crashed between Ban Non-Saard & Ban Pluei, Borabue District, Maha Sarakham Province; no trace of crew found with wreck; a/c painted all black with no markings Mid-air collision Crashed soon after take off from Pookong Telecom Station, Ban Nasiew, Chaiyaphum Province; 1 killed, 6 injured Crashed into sea whilst trying to land at Trat; had escaped from Cambodia; 4 killed Crash landed at U-Tapao following escape from Saigon Crashed into tree whilst attempting to land on Hwy3 (Sukhumvit) at km293-294; 4 killed Crashed in Phannanikhom District, 70km SW of Nakhom Phanom AFB [17.20N, 104.02E]; 23 killed

Thai AF Thai Army

JF13-82/11 & JF13-94/13

Air America VNAF USAF ­ 56SOW/21SOS Thai AF Thai AF USAF Thai AF Thai AF Thai Police

084 68-10933 F12-01/04 J5-32/16 68-10334 JF13-101/14 J5-02/13

Thai AF Thai AF Thai AW Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai Army Thai AF Thai AF Egyptair Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai Army or AF Thai AF Thai Navy Thai AF

Kh18-17/17 / 10264 HS-THD Kh18k-2/09 / 38439 JF13-99/14 L2-40/15 5598 JF13-59/09 F12-05/04 SU-AXA J5-24/16 L4K-19/19 J5-23/16 H6-31/16

Crashed into sea off Pattani Province, 350 miles S of U-Tapao AFB (Note: 3 x U2 based at U-Tapao) Crashed Crashed onto Sanambin Road, Muang District, Chiang Rai Province; 2 killed Crashed on take off from Songkhla Stadium; 1 injured Crashed in Khao Khoh mountains; wreck found Jul-83 Wreck of a twin-engined a/c found 5 miles offshore from Ban Maruak, Panare District; believed to be a US aircraft Crashed whilst displaying aerobatics in Ubon Ratchathani Province; 2 killed Shot down in Khao Kor mountains, Lomsak District, Phetchabun Province; wreck not found by Mar-82 Crashed into field in Muang District, Khon Kaen Province; 4 injured Heavy landing at Don Muang Crashed into field near Nong Prue, 2km S of Nakhon Ratchasima town; 2 killed Crashed Hit tree on take-off from Sakhon Nakhon & dbr Shot down in Phetchabun province Crashed Crashed Crashed into factory short of runway at Don Muang; 53 on board + 19 on ground killed Crashed on take off from Don Muang; 4 injured Crashed into field at Tambon Koh Sompra, Watphleng District, Ratchaburi Province; 2 killed Crashed in bad weather in Budo mountains, Raman District, Yala Province; 1 killed, 2 seriously injured Shot down into field at Ban Pom Thong, Tambon Pon Thong, Senanikhom sub-district, Ubon Ratchathani Province; 1 baled out

2-Sep-12

20

Date 19-Mar-77

Type Auster J/1N Alpha

Operator

Serial G-APCY*

Location & Details Emergency landing after lost oil pressure in Tambol Tamnam, Muang District, Phangnga Province; 2 (Australians) slightly injured (Note: DoA records show 09-Mar-77) Crashed Crashed into field in Phitsanulok Province & substantially damaged; 3 escaped (Note: replaced by c/n 30279 as 1728(2)) Crashed into field at Banphonsawan, Muang District, Nong Khai Province; 1 killed C-47 crashed on take off from Don Muang, and rammed a C-123 (tearing off the starboard wing); 5 killed, 7 seriously injured Crashed into field at Lamlukka District, Pathum Thani en route from Udon Thani to Don Muang; 9 escaped Force landed into field in Minburi; 1 escaped Crashed on Ban Maetab mountain, Tambon Don Fai, Mae Tha District, Lampang Province; 6 killed (Note: C123 '670' still active then) Shot down & crashed into jungle between Mae Sot & Umphang Districts, Tak Province; 2 seriously injured Crashed into forest in Phuphan mountains, Udon Thani Province; 4 killed. Crashed after striking high tension cables at Tambon Suanpakkat, Ron Phibun, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province; 11 escaped Crashed into jungle after lightning strike at Mae Sot District, Tak Province; 2 killed. Crashed and dbf in Ranong town. Shot down by Khmer Rouge & crashed just in Cambodian territory; 2 bailed out & rescued Engine exploded, crash landed into a reservoir north of Sri Nakarin Dam, Kanchanaburi Province and sank; recovered Propeller hit ground on take-off in Phetchabun Province; substantially damaged Crash landed near Ban Huey Ngo, Pai District, Mae Hong Son Province; 2 escaped. Crashed into sea off Tambon Bothonglarng, Bangsaphanyai District, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province; 7 killed; wreck found Apr-78 Aircraft collided at Lopburi Army airfield Crashed onto road during emergency landing between Tambon Paknam District & Muang District, Surat Thani Province Crashed into field in Songkhla Province; 3 seriously injured. Crashed on emergency landing at Don Nok AFB, Surat Thani Province after port engine failure; all escaped Bomb reported on airliner flying 78 passengers from Bangkok; no bomb found Crashed at 1610 into ricefield behind market near Don Muang; 2 seriously injured. (Note: possibly a Chipmunk from the photo) Wreck found Sep-89; 4 killed Crashed into Songkhla Lake, Songkhla Province; 6 dead.

07-Apr-77 Apr-77 12-Jun-77 21-Jun-77 21-Jun-77 27-Jun-77 14-Jul-77 29-Jul-77 23-Aug-77 08-Sep-77 22-Sep-77 23-Sep-77 24-Sep-77 21-Dec-77 12-Oct-77 05-Nov-77 08-Nov-77 02-Feb-78 03-Feb-78 02-Mar-78 15-Mar-78 15-Mar-78 25-Apr-78 26-Apr-78 (1978-80) 30-Apr-78 May-78

T-28 Trojan Fairchild AU-23A Bell 205A-1 T-28 Trojan Douglas C-47 & Fairchild C-123K Douglas C-47 Cessna O-1A Fairchild C-123K "L-19 Porter" Bell 212 Bell h/c "light recce. a/c" h/c OV-10C Bronco Pilatus Turbo-Porter Beech H-18 h/c Fairchild AU-23A SM1019E & Hughes 300 Cessna U-17 h/c Douglas C-47 `jetliner' "training a/c" (photo seems to be a Chipmunk) Cessna U-17 Beech B-80 Chantra

Thai AF Thai AF Thai Police Thai AF Thai Army & Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF

JF13-92/13 JTh2-06/15 or 25/19 ? 1728 JF13-103/14 ?? + L4K-2/16 L2-11/96 / 45941*

L4K-3/16 / 626

Thai Army Thai Police Thai Army Thai Police Thai AF Sky of Siam / Avia-Thai Sky of Siam Thai Police Thai AF

0721

HS-CHV HS-CHP JTh2-07/15 / 21312 ?

I-OSWA & 8366 Special Warfare Training Centre Thai AF Thai AF Thai International Thai AF Thai Navy Thai AF Thai AF

L2-48/18 / 100937*

04676 F17-2/17

2-Sep-12

21

Date 21-Jun-78 22-Jun-78 14-Jul-78 18-Aug-78 29-Sep-78 06-Nov-78 Dec-78 14-Jan-79 21-Jan-79 04-Mar-79 05-Apr-79 15-May-79 25-Aug-79 01-Sep-79 16-Oct-79 22-Oct-79 07-Nov-79 19-Dec-79 ? Jan-80 18-Jan-80 22-Mar-80 06-Apr-80 23-Apr-80 27-Apr-80 19-May-80 04-Jun-80 21-Jun-80 24-Jun-80 24-Jun-80 02-Jul-80 03-Jul-80 08-Aug-80 28-Aug-80

Type Cessna O-1 Cessna A-37B Cessna 170B Fairchild AU-23A Sikorsky S-58E/T Merlin 4A Cessna T-41D h/c Fairchild AU-23A Airtourer Douglas C-47 Bell 205A Seneca Antonov An-26 OV-10C Bronco Dornier Do28 Airtourer Cessna U-17 OV-10C Bronco Douglas C-47 Cessna T-41D Cessna T337H-SP Bell UH-1H HS748 T-28 Trojan Pilatus Turbo-Porter HS748 h/c T-28 Trojan Douglas C-47 Cessna T-37C "training a/c" 2 x Northrop F-5A

Operator

Serial

Location & Details Crashed into Ping River, Tambon Khao Din, Khao Liew District, Nakhon Sawan Province; 1 escaped Crashed into field and dbf at Tambon Noenpor, Sam Ngarm District, Phichit Province; 2 escaped Emergency landing in Chiang Mai Province Crashed after take-off from a military airfield and dbf at Muang District, Phitsanulok Province; 2 killed Ran out of fuel and crashed into sea 100 miles off Songkhla Province; 2 escaped (Note: DoA records show 30-Sep-78) Crashed on take-off at 1930 into field at Muang District, Sakhon Nakhon Province; 5 killed (3 pilots, 2 flight mechanics) Crashed and dbf shortly after take-off from a teachers college at Chachoengsao Province; 3 killed, 6 seriously injured, 6 escaped Crashed into bush and dbf 2km N of an airstrip in Sakhon Nakhon Province; 4 killed. Force landed on beach after engine failure near Hua Hin Hit by car and w/o Crashed in Na Thawi District, Songkhla Province; 8 seriously injured. Overan runway on landing at Hua Hin Emergency landing in cornfield in Ban Mai in Nam Pard district, Uttaradit Province after getting lost in rainstorm, en route Hanoi to Vientiane; 74 on board uninjured Crashed and dbf near Chiang Mai Airport; 2 killed. Crash landed on army shooting range, Kanchanaburi Province (Note: A/c was hired from Fah Sayarm Co by Office of Royally-Sponsored Artificial Rain) Pilot hit by propeller & seriously injured; aircraft repaired Crashed in Khao Yai, Phom Kiri District, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province; 5 killed.

Thai AF Thai AF

J6-11/15 / 40333 HS-CHC* JTh2-14/19 or 30/19 PK-UHW 21-111 8969

Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF CATC Thai AF Thai Police

JTh2-32/19 / 42091 HS-TCM L2-26/02 HS-CHK RDPL-34037

Thai AF Sky of Siam CATC Thai Navy Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai Navy Thai AF Thai AW Thai AF Thai Police Thai AW Thai AF Thai AF Thai Navy Thai AF Thai Navy ? Thai AF

J5-12/14 HS-CHI HS-TCL J5-26/16 L2-13/96 8971 N1467S H6-28/15 / `20335' HS-THB

Crashed into sea off Nok Island, Si Racha District, Chonburi Province; 5 killed. Crashed on take-off from 4 Army Region Airfield, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province; 4 seriously injured Lost in Pacific on dd en route San Francisco, Ca. to Honolulu, Hi. Crashed near Khampaeng Saen Crashed 13km north of Don Muang whilst landing; 43 killed; 9 escaped. Crashed into field in Muang District, Ubon Ratchathani Province; 1 injured. Crashed in Umphang District, Tak Province; 9 killed. HS-THG Veered off runway into ditch at Chiang Rai Airport; 12 injured, 9 escaped. Shot down by Vietnamese at Nak Nun; I killed; 3 wounded Shot down by Vietnamese at Nak Nun; 2 killed Crashed into sea 60 miles off Prachuap Khiri Khan Province; 2 missing, 19 escaped. F12-16/15 Crashed Crashed shortly after take-off in Chonburi Province; 2 killed. Kh18-6/10 / 21237 + Kh18- Collided & both plunged into sea off Koh Kut, Klong Yai District, Trat Province; 2 killed. 10/14 / 01390

2-Sep-12

22

Date 28-Aug-80 28-Aug-80 06-Oct-80 Nov-80 26-Nov-80 15-Dec-80 10-Feb-81 20-Feb-81 24-Mar-81 02-May-81 03-May-81 04-Aug-81 09-Aug-81 14-Aug-81 05-Sep-81 19-Sep-81 05-Feb-82 11-Feb-82 06-Apr-82 30-Apr-82 04-Jun-82 09-Jun-82 24-Jul-82 26-Jul-82 03-Aug-82 05-Aug-82 12-Aug-82 13-Sep-82 20-Sep-82

Type Northrop F-5B Cessna T-37C h/c (probably UH-1H H6-27/15) OV-10C Bronco Cessna 310F Cessna O-1 Cessna T337H-SP Bell UH-1 Northrop F-5F Fairchild C-123K Bell UH-1 & Kawasaki h/c Bell 205A-1 Musketeer 23A T-28 Trojan Bell 205A-1 Northrop F-5A h/c Antonov An-26 OV-10C Bronco Sikorsky S-76A T-28 Trojan Aztec 250 Bell UH-1 Fairchild AU-23A Chantra Pilatus Turbo-Porter Casa & Airtruk & UH-1 Cessna O-1 Merlin 4A

Operator Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai Police Thai Army Thai Navy Thai Army Thai AF Thai AF Thai Army & ???? Thai Police Thai AF Thai Police Thai AF Thai Army Vietnamese AF Thai AF - Wing 46 Okanagan Thai AF CATC Thai Army Thai AF Thai AF Thai Police

Serial

Location & Details Believed shot down near Cambodian border; 2 killed Disappeared near Koh Kut Crashed at Tambon Mamung, Waeng District, Narathiwat Province; 6 killed, 1 escaped. Crashed into sea off Hua Hin; 1 killed, 1 seriously injured. Crashed into mountain in Sankarakhiri range, Pattani Province; 2 killed; wreck found Oct-81. Crashed into Gulf of Thailand off Prachuap Khiri Khan Province; 4 killed (Note: 6 Cessna T-337SP ordered from USA Sep-80; 5 delivered, 1 lost in Pacific) Crashed in Khien Sa District, Surat Thani Province; 12 killed. Crashed 3km from Wing 1 base, Nakhon Ratchasima Province; 2 killed. Damaged in rainstorm Crashed into Lamtakhong Reservoir, Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province; wreck of UH-1 recovered Jul-81, Kawasaki not found; 1 killed, 4 injured Crashed at Ban Pamieng, Chaehon District, Lampang Province; 11 escaped. Skidded off runway on landing at a military airport in Roi Et Province Crashed Crashed in Mae Soon valley, Doi Ang Khang, Fang District, Chiang Mai Province; 11 killed (Note: Bell 205 '1720' current then) Crashed into Chao Phya River near Rama VI bridge, Bangkok during display; 1 killed Crashed at Tung Sarn village, Prompiram District, Phitsanulok Province; 4 seriously injured. Forced down by 2 RTAF F-5E's near Sa Keao whilst on intelligence-gathering mission; 13 crew of which 1 killed and 2/3 injured; crews returned by Vietnam AL VN832 21-May-82 Crashed at Pibulsongkram Teachers College, Phitsanulok Province; 1 killed Crashed into Gulf of Thailand 70 nm offshore; 13 killed Crashed in Nong Harn District, Udon Thani Province; 2 killed Undercarriage collapsed on landing at Hua Hin Crashed in Kok Samrong District, Lopburi Province; 3 killed, 6 injured Crashed at gunnery range in Khok Samrong District, Lopburi Province; 2 killed Crash landed off Ram Indra Road, Bang Khen, Bangkok; 1 injured Crashed at Tambon Rin Tai, Maerim District, Chiang Mai Province; 3 injured (Note: presumably repaired because '1608' still current 1995) Casa crashed into the other two a/c whilst taxying at Agricultural Centre airstrip, Nakhon Sawan Province; Airtruk dbr, Casa & UH-1 repaired; no injuries Crashed in Pakpli District, Nakhon Nayok Province; 2 seriously injured. Crashed and dbf on following engine failure on take-off from Hat Yai Airport; 4 crew & 8 passengers escaped (Note: bought by Thai AF 1979) Damaged on landing; repaired Crashed on landing at Takhli AFB; 5 escaped.

F12-16/15 J5-30/16 701 7455

Kh18Kh2-1/21 / 61611 L4K-7/16

1734 HS-ATA JF13-100/14 1719 Kh18-16/17 / 10263 26264 J5-03/14 ?? C-GIMF JF13-117/18 HS-TCZ JTh2-03/15 / 21306 ? F17-5/17 1608*

Thai Army Thai AF

29-999

27-Sep-82 29-Sep-82

Douglas C-47 Merlin 3

Thai AF Royal Thai Survey Dept.

L2-47/18 00348

2-Sep-12

23

Date 15-Oct-82 21-Oct-82 28-Oct-82 28-Nov-82 12-Dec-82 28-Feb-83 08-Apr-83 06-May-83 10-May-83 08-Jun-83 15-Jun-83 28-Jun-83 06-Jul-83 24-Jul-83 09-Aug-83 10-Dec-83 23-Dec-83 28-Dec-83 19-Jan-84 28-Feb-84

Type Bell 212 T-28 Trojan Cessna 150B Bell UH-1 Bell UH-1H T-28 Trojan Cessna A-37B Fairchild C-123K Cessna U-17 Bell UH-1H H-36 Dimona Cessna O-1 Lockheed T-33A Cessna 150M Douglas C-47 AA-1C Lynx Lockheed T-33A "recce. a/c" "Avro" (HS748 ?) Douglas C-47

Operator Thai AF - Royal Flight Thai AF CATC Thai Army Thai Army Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai Army Thai Army Thai AF Thai Army Thai AF CATC Thai AF - Wing 21 CATC Thai AF Thai Army Thai AF Thai AF

Serial H6k-1/19 JF13-108/14 HS-TCW 15849 JF13-86/11 J6-3/15 / 21113 L4K-12/18

Location & Details Crashed following engine failure & seriously damaged at Tambon Ouamnoi, Krathum Baen District, Samut Songkram Province; 1 (co-pilot) seriously injured, 9 escaped; repaired by 1985. Crashed into house in Town District, Udon Thani Province shortly after take off; 2 killed. Nose gear failed on take off; repaired Shot down in Ban Thad mountains; 2 killed, 3 injured Crashed at Pua District, Nan Province; 2 seriously injured. Crashed near Udon Thani-Loei Road, Nadi District, Udon Thani Province; 1 killed (Note: Thai AF received 40 T-28 in 1962; also reported as 01-Mar-83) Shot down by Vietnamese; 2 killed Broke up or exploded at 500ft. on missed approach to Takhli AFB; 31 killed (Note: 20 C-123 still in service then). Crashed in Nan Province; 2 killed. Crashed near Tambon Hua Talay, Muang District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, when main blade split; 11 killed Force landed near Bang Na-Trat highway, Bang Pli District, Bangkok; repaired (Note: bought Mar-83) Crashed at Huay Takian village, near Uttaradit; 2 killed. Crashed on landing at Hua Hin; repaired Crashed in Muang District on take-off from Ubon Rathathani; 5 crew + 4 on ground killed. Passenger walked into moving propeller & seriously injured Exploded & crashed in Bua Yai District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province; 2 ejected safely. Crash landed in Na Noi District, Nan Province; 4 seriously injured. Belly landed at Don Muang; 2 escaped Port engine failed, and whilst attempting to return to Sakhon Nakhon the starboard engine also failed; crashed into Nong Harn reservoir, Sakon Nakhon town; 12 escaped (Note: see also 22-Sep-84) Crashed on landing at airstrip at Ban Na San District, Surat Thani Province; 3 killed, 1escaped Crashed & dbf on bombing mission in Yala Province, possibly shot down by Communist Party of Malaysia groundfire; 2 killed Shot down by Vietnamese in Surin Province; 1 killed, 1 escaped Hit power cables, crashed & dbf into field in Tambon Sai Kong Din, Minburi, Bangkok; 1 killed Crashed into field in Lopburi Province; 5 injured Emergency landing at housing estate in Bang Khun Thian District, Thonburi; 1 escaped; a/c repaired Four T-37's involved in a mid-air collision during a join up after take-off from Khampaeng Saen.. #4 (10/13) hit #3 (09/13) and lead aircraft #1 (06/04). The pilot of #4 lost control and ejected to safety, whilst #4 crashed & was dbf in Song Phi Wong District, Suphanburi Province. Lead #1 and #3 landed safely with heavy damage to both aircraft. #2 broke out of the formation and escaped the accident Shot down by Vietnamese on Cambodian border Crashed 12km north of Don Muang; 3 killed, 4 injured

23411

F11-21/13 HS-TCS L2-30/07 / 641 HS-TCX F11-29/25

680

19-Mar-84 15-Apr-84 16-Apr-84 28-Apr-84 16-May-84 03-Jun-84 15-Jun-84

h/c (Bell UH-1H ?) Cessna A-37B Cessna O-1 DHC Chipmunk h/c Chantra Cessna T-37C

Thai Army Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF - Wing 6 Thai Army Thai AF Thai AF

735 (5735 ?) J6-1/15 / 21111

F17-8/17 F12-10/13

07-Jul-84 22-Jul-84

Cessna O-1 Aero Commander 680T

Thai AF Thai Flying Services

HS-TFB

2-Sep-12

24

Date 16-Aug-84 15-Sep-84 22-Sep-84 25-Sep-84 08-Oct-84 28-Oct-84 12-Dec-84 18-Dec-84 08-Jan-85 08-Jan-85 17-Jan-85 02-Feb-85 03-Feb-85 (4-Feb-85) 06-Feb-85 15-Apr-85 30-May-85 10-Jul-85 16-Jul-85 25-Oct-85 28-Oct-85 06-Nov-85 17-Jan-86 26-Jan-86 28-Jan-86 19-Apr-86 16-May-86 23-May-86 01-Jun-86 15-Jun-86 16-Jun-86 10-Sep-86 26-Oct-86

Type h/c Pilatus Turbo-Porter Douglas C-47 Cessna T-41 Aztec 250 h/c Bell UH-1H Douglas C-47 Cessna A-37B Fokker F-27 Douglas C-47 Bell UH-1H Cessna A-37 h/c Bell UH-1H Boeing 737-2P5 Bell UH-1H Fairchild C-123K Cessna O-1 Lockheed T-33A Northrop F-5F Cessna 150J & Bell 212 h/c Lockheed RT-33A Lockheed T-33A AA-5B Tiger h/c h/c Bell UH-1H Bell h/c Sikorsky h/c Bell 212 Airbus A-300B-4

Operator Bangladesh AF Thai Police Thai AF Thai Army CATC Thai Police Thai AF Thai Navy Thai AF Thai Navy Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai Army Thai AF Thai AW Thai Police Thai AF Thai Army Thai AF Thai AF -102 Sqdn CATC & Thai Police Thai Army Thai AF Thai AF Thai Army Thai Army Thai Army Thai AF Thai AF - Wing 216 ? Thai Army Thai International

Serial

Location & Details Emergency landing at an airstrip in Mae Sot; 6 escaped (Note: h/c en route to Singapore for overhaul) Crashed into field on take off & dbf in Tak Province (Flight reports Nong Bua Tai); 8 killed Starboard tyre blew out on landing at Surin, slid of runway and into ditch (Note: see also 28-Feb-84) Crashed into sea 4km off Koh Kham, Songkhla Province; 4 killed Belly landed at Hua Hin; repaired Crashed in Tha Sala District, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province; 5 killed Crashed at Tambon Bang Khoo, Tha Wung District, Lopburi Province; 1 killed, 1 injured Crashed & dbf on take off from Songkhla Naval Station; 2 injured Shot down by Vietnamese at Ampil; 1 killed, 1 survived Crashed on landing at Don Muang; 8 injured (Note: photo shows code ? '599') Slid off left side of runway and hit bunker whilst landing at Lopburi w/o Rotor blades hit tree and crashed at Betong, Yala Province (?); all escaped Crashed into field in Tambon Sa-nga Ban, Doi Salet District, Chiang Mai Province; 6 injured, 1 escaped Crashed in Thai Muang District, Phangnga Province whilst on approach to Phuket; 11 killed Crashed in road in Tambon Ban Mai, Tha Muang District, Kanchanaburi Province; 4 escaped; repaired (active Oct-00) Left undercarriage collapsed on landing at U-Tapao AFB Crashed into football field in military barracks in Muang District, Buriram Province; 2 killed Crashed at Village 7, Tambon Klong Hoikiong, Hat Yai; 2 killed Tyre burst on landing at Don Muang; 1 escaped Cessna 150 crashed on landing at Hua Hin due to wake turbulence caused by Bell 212 landing close upwind; Bell 212 also damaged Crashed at Betong Airport; 10 killed, 5 injured Damaged at Don Muang; repaired Exploded in mid air and crashed into field south of Hat Yai Airport; 1 killed, 1 baled out Force landed at Lumut Naval Base, Perak, Malaysia after engine failure; possibly on delivery Crashed & dbf into hill in Tak Fah District, Nakhon Sawan Province; 7 killed Crashed into field & dbf on landing at Ban Wiang Haeng, Wiang Haeng sub-district, Chiang Mai Province; 4 escaped Crashed at Ban Klong Hard, Prachinburi Province; 7 escaped Crashed & dbf at Chai Badarn District, Lopburi Province; 2 seriously injured, 9 escaped Crashed on take off from Surin AFB; 2 escaped Crashed on take off from Ban Kruat District, Buriram Province; all escaped; repaired Hand grenade exploded on board over western Japan; landed safely at Osaka; 62 injured

1607 L2-4/90 / 680

HS-TCY H6-04/11 J6-4/15 / 21114 10665 L2-6/90 / 536 H6-06/12

HS-TBB 1704 L4K-7/16 F11-39/26 Kh18Kh2-3/21 / 61613 ?? HS-TCQ + ??

TF11-7/10 F11-33/26 HS-ATO

6067

30928 HS-TAE*

2-Sep-12

25

Date 28-Nov-86 29-Nov-86 14-Dec-86 1987 1987 02-Jan-87 15-Jan-87 25-Jan-87 09-Mar-87 27-Mar-87

Type Bell 47G Cessna O-1 Bell UH-1H OV-10C Bronco Bell 214ST Cessna O-1 Bell 214ST Northrop RF-5A Lockheed T-33A 2 x Northrop F-5A + 1 x Northrop RF-5A Cessna T-37C

Operator EGAT Thai Army Thai AF Thai AF Thai Navy Thai Army Thai Army Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF - Wing 23

Serial HS-YHA

Location & Details Crashed on landing at Patthana 2 Road, Taling Chan Distict, Thonburi; 1 seriously injured, 2 escaped (Note: h/c 2 years old, one of four used by EGAT) Crashed into hill in Pua District, Nan Province; 1 killed, 1 injured Crashed near National Library, Tha Vasukree, Bangkok; 1 killed, 2 injured W/o in ground accident Damaged by ground fire near Cambodian border, and crashed into field 1km west of Wattana Nakhon AFB; 1 killed, 1 seriously injured Crashed into forest in Chiang Muan District, Phayao Province; 6 injured Suffered engine fire on take-off from Udon Thani; later repaired for static display All crashed into mountain in Klang Dong, Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province; 3 killed (Note: Thai AF had 14 F-5A in service then Crashed into field near Muang Ek housing estate, north of Don Muang Airport after mid-air collision with 2nd T-37 during airshow; 1 ejected; 1 killed (Note: code '21' visible on photo) Crashed & dbf 2km from Phayao Police Station, Phayao Province; 1 killed, 1 seriously injured Crashed on landing at Bangphra Belly landed at Chiang Rai Airport; no injuries Emergency landing at Tambon Bang Khu Kod, Muang District, Pathum Thani Province; repaired Crashed into sea off Chiya District, Surat Thani Province; 11 killed, 2 escaped Crashed near Army base in Muang District, Chiang Mai Province; 2 killed, 4 injured Crashed & dbf whilst forced landing at U-Tapao AFB during air display; 4 killed, 2 seriously injured (Note: photo of 'similar' S-2F '6477') Crashed into swamp in Tambon Ban Lat, Tha Wung District, Lopburi Province; 7 killed Crashed into sea 8km off Phuket on approach; 74 killed Crashed into sea 11 miles off Koh Noo, Songkhla Province; 1 killed Crashed at Special Warfare Centre, Lopburi; 1 killed, 11 injured Wreck found in Bo Rai District; Uthai Thani Province; 6 bodies Overan runway at Udon Thani Airport and undercarriage collapsed Wreck noted 1988 Shot down at Na Kok; 1 survivor Dbr after landing at Don Muang Hit by Lao SAM7 & starboard engine destroyed; recovered to Udon Thani & repaired Shot down near Laos/Thai border; small parts in museum at Phonkieng Camp, Vientiane Crashed at Huey Kee-ling forest, Phu-rua District, Loei Province; 6 injured Crashed on take off from Phu Kradueng mountain, Loei Province

J5-08/14 416

28134 TKh18-4/13 / 97159 F11-32/26 Kh18-14/17 / 38375 + Kh18-18/17 / 10265 + TKh18-1/13 / 97154 F12-21/23

27-Mar-87

Thai AF

28-Mar-87 11-Apr-87 28-Apr-87 08-May-87 30-Jun-87 07-Jul-87 24-Jul-87 30-Jul-87 11-Aug-87 31-Aug-87 15-Sep-87 11-Nov-87 (2-Dec-87) 07-Dec-87 ????? 03-Feb-88 08-Feb-88 13-Feb-88 14-Feb-88 24-Feb-88 31-May-88

Cessna O-1 Mooney M20J HS748 Cessna O-1 Bell UH-1H Bell UH-1H Lockheed T-33A Grumman S-2F Sikorsky S-58T Boeing 737-2P5 Lockheed T-33 Bell UH-1H "WW2 transport" HS748 Bell UH-1H Northrop F-5E Douglas C-47 Northrop F-5B OV-10C Bronco h/c Sikorsky S-58T

Thai Army Thai AW Thai Army Thai Army Thai Army (or Police) Thai AF Thai Navy Thai AF Thai AW Thai AF Thai Army Japanese AF Thai AW Thai Police Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai Army Airfast HS-ATM HS-THI 5021*

F11-35/26 447 ?

HS-TBC 6030 HS-THH 1711 L2-34/13 Kh18k-4/25 / 00778

PK-OBS

2-Sep-12

26

Date 28-Jun-88 19-Jul-88 22-Jul-88 31-Aug-88 Aug-88 09-Sep-88 09-Oct-88 20-Oct-88 15-Nov-88 14-Dec-88 05-Jan-89 10-Jan-89 17-Jan-89 17-Jan-89 30-Jan-89 21-Mar-89 09-Apr-89 06-Jun-89 27-Jun-89 27-Jul-89 Aug-89 29-Oct-89 07-Dec-89 12-Jan-90 29-Jan-90 15-Mar-90 28-Mar-90 28-Mar-90

Type Bell UH-1 Lockheed T-33A OV-10C Bronco Lockheed RT-33A OV-10C Bronco Tupolev Tu-134A Boeing 747 OV-10C Bronco Northrop F-5C Bell UH-1H "single-engined a/c" (possibly AU23A `21305') Cessna O-1 Hiller UH-12E Hiller UH-12E Bell UH-1 "single homebuilt a/c" DHC Chipmunk SIAI SF-260 Boeing 747-200 Sikorsky h/c Fantrainer 600 AA-5A Cheetah Grumman S-2F Bell 212 Fletcher Fu-24 Cessna 150B Fletcher Fu-24 h/c

Operator Thai Army Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Air Vietnam Garuda Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai Army CATC Thai Police Thai Army

Serial 298 F11-36/26

Location & Details Crashed in Minburi, 18 km east of Don Muang during rainstorm; 6 killed (Note: also reported as 29-Jun-88) Crashed into mountain in Huey Tangtao range, Hang Shat District, Lampang Province; 2 killed

TF11-7/10 J5-13/14 VN-A102* PK-GSA Kh18-9/12 / 69129 H6-33/18

Crashed in Pathum Thani Province, 7km north of Don Muang, in thunderstorm and strong winds; 76 killed, 5 escaped Halted too late when nosing up to terminal and embedded its nose 2m inside building; 3 injured Crashed into sea off Prachuab Khiri Khan; 1 baled out Crashed 800m from Khao Laem airfield, Tambon Huay Huen, Chai Badan District, Lopburi Province; 1 killed Crashed on take off from an airfield in Muang District, Trat Province; 2 killed Hit power cables and crashed into field at Bangkapi, Bangkok; 2 killed Hit HT cables and crashed near Hua Hin Crashed at Cha Am, 6.5km north west of Hua Hin Airport Crashed into mountain at Doi Muser, Tambon Mae Thor, Muang District, Tak Province; 7 killed Crashed into field in Lopburi Province; 1 killed (Note: photo shows an "Optica"-type layout) Force-landed and wing ripped off in Village 16, Ban Klong Kwang, Bang Pakong, Chachoengsao Province; 2 escaped Crashed 10km from Bang Na-Trat highway, at Tambon Raja Theva, Bang Phli District, Samut Prakan; 3 escaped Wingtip damaged when it struck the tail of British Airways Boeing 757 G-BMRH whilst taxying at London Heathrow Crashed & dbf at Ban Pangkae, Thung Chang District, Nan Province; 3 killed, 15 injured Force-landed on beach after engine failure on take-off from Bangphra Crashed into sea 2km off Sakon Beach, Tepa District, Songkhla Province; 4 killed (Note: also reported as 06-Dec) Crashed into Khao Maruk mountain, Tha Sala District, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province; 3 seriously injured, 6 escaped Crashed into lychee plantation at Doi Pui, Chiang Mai Province; 1 injured (Note: date 04-Feb-90 from Bangkok Post report) Nose and propeller damaged after hard landing at Hua Hin Crashed at Doi Suthep, Chiang Mai Province; 1 killed (Note: 6 Fu-24 bought) Crashed into farm at Tambon Buddhajan, Phra Buddhabart District, Saraburi Province; 2 injured, 2 escaped

HS-TZA

Thai AF Thai AF - 604 Sqdn Thai International Thai AF Thai AF Thai Navy Thai Army Kaset CATC Kaset Singapore AF

F9-63/97

HS-TGB

F18k-14/30 HS-ATI

30928 606 HS-TCT 609

2-Sep-12

27

Date 24-Apr-90 05-May-90 18-Jul-90 31-Jul-90 ??-Sep-90 11-Nov-90 21-Nov-90 24-Nov-90 12-Jan-91 19-Jan-91 23-Jan-91 06-Feb-91 18-Feb-91 24-Mar-91 10-Apr-91 17-Apr-91 06-May-91 26-May-91 18-Jul-91 24-Sep-91 21-Oct-91 14-Dec-91 19-Dec-91 1992 ? 21-Jan-92 24-Jan-92 Feb-92 17-Feb-92 26-Feb-92 13-Jun-92 31-Jul-92 07-Sep-92 16-Sep-92

Type Cessna A-37B Grob G109 Bell UH-1H Bell h/c Boeing 747-400 & Galaxy Airbus A300 DHC-8 Mooney M20J Bell UH-1H Cherokee 235 Cessna O-1 Fletcher Fu-24 h/c Cessna T-41D Bell UH-1 Cessna A-37B h/c Boeing 767-3Z9ER Bell 212 Northrop F-5A Hiller UH-12E Rotorway Exec 90 Cessna O-1 Rotorway Exec 90 Douglas C-47 Cessna T-41 Pilatus Turbo-Porter "trainer" (possibly Fantrainer 600 F18K-07/30) H-36 Dimona Cherokee 161 A310-304 Robinson R-22 Cessna 150M

Operator Thai AF Thai AF Thai Army Qantas & USAF Thai International Bangkok AW Thai AF Thai Army Kaset

Serial J6-6/15 / 21122 HS-ATN H6-13/12

Location & Details Crashed at Chai Badan District, Lopburi Province; 1 killed Force landed after engine failure near Bangphra Reservoir Crashed at Doi Chang, Sop Prap District, Lampang Province; 1 killed, 4 injured Crashed at Thai-Lao border post, Phitsanulok Province; 1 killed, 7 injured Airmiss in cloud over Phuket Hijacked on Bangkok to Rangoon flight; forced to land at Calcutta; no damage or injuries Crashed at Chaweng Noi Beach, 10km from Koh Samui Airport; 38 killed Undercarriage hit HT cables on approach to Bangphra & crashed short of runway Crashed onto golf course near Bangphra after fuel selector turned off Emergency landing onto a road in Cambodia; believed repaired and returned; 2 escaped Crashed on Doi Suthep, Chiang Mai Province; 2 injured; believed repaired (Note: this may be Turbo-Porter 1315 reported w/o Feb-91) Crashed near Mae Ai District, Chiang Mai Province; 1 escaped, 5 seriously injured Crashed at Don Muang; 2 seriously injured Crashed in Bo Klua sub-district; Nan Province; 14 killed Suffered in-flight fire in port engine and crashed; repaired sufficiently for static display at Takhli Crashed on take-off at Mae Ai District, Chiang Mai Province; 10 escaped Crashed in Dan Chang District, Sophan Buri Province (30km NW of Bangkok); 223 killed Crash landed in Ban Mi District, Lopburi Province; 3 killed Crashed at Muang Kom, Lopburi Province; 1 killed Crashed into reservoir near Hua Hin Crashed into field in Kamphaengsaen District, Nakhon Pathom Province; 2 killed Crashed into field and overturned at Tambon Sakom, Chana District, Songkhla Province; 2 escaped Crashed at Chachoengsao Crashed on landing at Don Muang & slid off the left side of runway into fence & drainage channel Crashed shortly after take-off from Thanarat airfield, Pran Buri District, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province; 4 killed Crashed near Ban Nam Lat, Lao Kwan District, Kanchanaburi Province; 2 killed

HS-SKI* HS-ATA H6-36/18 HS-ATF

Thai Army Thai AF 8976 Thai Army Thai AF J6-5/15 / 21121 Thai Army Lauda Air OE-LAV Thai Army 31281 Thai AF - Wing 23 Kh18-12/14 / 01392 CATC HS-TZC Kasetsart University 0734-005* Faculty of Engineering Thai Army 2559* Kasetsart University - Faculty of Engineering Thai AF Thai Army Kaset Thai AF Thai AF CATC Thai International CATC CATC L2-41/15 / 210

1317

R1-9/27 / 537* HS-TCC HS-TID HS-TZG HS-TCK

Emergency landing into field off Ram Intra Road, Bung Kum District, Bangkok; 2 escaped Force landed near Hua Hin Crashed near Katmandu Crashed on landing at Hua Hin Landed short of runway at Hua Hin; repaired

2-Sep-12

28

Date 14-Oct-92 20-Oct-92 21-Oct-92 03-Nov-92 25-Nov-92 05-Jan-93 07-Jan-93 12-Mar-93 15-Mar-93 30-Mar-93 02-Jun-93 10-Jul-93 28-Jul-93 07-Oct-93 20-Oct-93 25-Oct-93 17-Dec-93 1994 16-Feb-94 22-Mar-94 17-Jun-94 30-Jun-94 11-Aug-94 19-Aug-94 22-Oct-94 Nov-94 27-Dec-94 Jan-95 01-Mar-95 19-Mar-95 22-May-95

Type Northrop RF-5A Pilatus PC-9 Pilatus PC-9 Cessna O-1 Lockheed T-33A Chantra Cessna O-1 "twin" Hiller UH-12E Boeing 737-3Z6 Jet Ranger Douglas C-47 Cessna O-1 Northrop F-5E "trainer" (possibly Fantrainer 400 F18-07/35) Bandeirante Lockheed T-33A Nomad Fantrainer 400 OV-10C Bronco h/c Airbus A330 Cessna T-37C Socata TB-20 MD-11 + Airbus A300 OV-10C Bronco "2-seat trainer" (possibly Fantrainer 600 F18K-01/27) Bell UH-1H Pilatus PC-9 "2-seat light a/c" (possibly TurboPorter) Cessna T337H-SP

Operator Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai Army Thai AF Thai AF Thai Navy CATC Thai AF Thai Police Thai AF Thai Army Thai AF - Wing 71

Serial TKh18-2/13 / 97157 F19-18/35 ? F19-14/34 104* F11-37/26

Location & Details Badly damaged by fire following wheels-up landing at Udon Thani; later repaired for static display Crashed at Tambon Chom Pluak, Bang Khonthi District, Samut Songkhram Province; 1 seriously injured (Note: aircraft put into service 20-Apr-92) Heavily damaged following wheels-up landing Crashed into ditch and overturned in Wattana Nakhon District, Prachinburi Province; 1 injured Hat Yai Crashed onto runway at Don Muang; 2 seriously injured Emergency landing into field at Lam Lookka District, Pathum Thani Province; 2 escaped Crashed into Takienthong mountain, Chantaburi Province whilst cloud-seeding; 2 killed Force landed onto helipad near Hua Hin Crashed 7km from Khon Kaen Airport on landing; 6 killed Crashed on landing at Police HQ, Phunphin District, Surat Thani Province; 1 injured, 3 escaped Right tyre burst on landing & prop hit ground at Korat; repaired Crashed at Lopburi during demonstration flight; 3 killed Crashed into sea 30 miles south of Koh Samui; 1 killed (Note: bought 1979) Crashed at Tambon Tung Bua, Kamphaengsaen District, Nakhon Pathom Province; 2 killed Belly landed at Don Muang; 3 escaped Fire in cockpit Accident reported near U-Tapao Forced landing near Phitsanulok due to oil system malfunction; minor damage & repaired Crashed into shop on San Kamphaeng Doi Saked Road, Chiang Mai; 1 killed Crashed into tree on take-off from a football field in Sabayoy District, Songkhla Province; 14 escaped (Note: h/c bought 6 years before) Dbf on the ground before delivery at Toulouse, France Crashed into field at Tambon Wangyen, Muang District, Nakhon Pathom Province shortly after take-off from Kamphaeng Saen AFB; 1 injured Crashed into valley on Hill 408, Doi Phya Por on border of Sung Men District, Phrae Province and Tha Pla District, Uttaradit Province; 2 killed MD-11 rammed A300 on the ground at Don Muang. A300 w/o; MD-11 out-of-service for over a year Crashed at Tambon Nong Yaphong, Taptan District, Uthai Thani Province; 2 killed

HS-TZF 33-333 2314 L2-7/90 / 106 Kh18Kh-15/21 / 80771

Bangkok AW Thai AF Thai Navy Thai AF Thai AF Thai Police Thai International Thai AF

HS-SKL F11-34/26 212 F18-09/35 J5-14/14

HS-TEA F12-19/23 HS-ATU*

Thai International Thai AF Thai AF Thai Police Thai AF Kaset Thai Navy - U-Tapao Wing Centre

HS-TMD + HS-THO J5-15/14

1706 F19-17/35 1313 ??

Crashed Crash landed in a field at Ban Maelainua, Hod District, Chiang Mai; 2 slightly injured (Note: a/c reported to be 20 years old, and one of four used to combat forest fires) Crashed into field north of Rayong Province; 2 killed

2-Sep-12

29

Date 30-May-95 28-Jun-95 24-Jul-95 31-Jul-95 24-Sep-95 22-Oct-95 02-Nov-95 08-Nov-95 11-Nov-95 ????? ????? 08-Jan-96 17-Jan-96 17-Jan-96 18-Jan-96 27-Feb-96 04-Mar-96 05-Mar-96 mid-1996 07-Jun-96 14-Jul-96 04-Sep-96 29-Nov-96 31-Dec-96 27-Jan-97 19-Mar-97 Mar-97 03-Apr-97 16-Jun-97 16-Jun-97 21-Jul-97

Type h/c Cessna O-1 Bell UH-1H Bell UH-1D Cessna 150H "unlicensed private plane" Bell UH-1H Northrop F-5A Pilatus Turbo-Porter Bell 206 CT/4 Airtrainer Northrop F-5E Bell UH-1H "rented h/c" Cessna O-1 Robinson R-22 Fletcher Fu-24 Aero L-39ZA Cessna T-41D Robinson R-22 Mooney M20J Aero L-39ZA h/c Northrop F-5E Seneca 200T h/c Cessna T-41D Sikorsky S-76B Wilga Aero L-39ZA Lear Jet 31

Operator Thai AF Thai Army Thai Army Thai Army Thai Flying Club Thai AF - Wing 21 Thai AF - Wing 23 Thai Police Thai Army Thai AF Thai AF Thai Army

Serial

Location & Details Crashed into field at Tambon Pak Khwae, Muang District, Sukothai; 5 killed Skidded off runway on landing at Chiang Mai; 2 escaped; repaired Collided with another UH-1H near Nong Phan Phuk, Hua Hin District, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province; 4 killed; 2nd helicopter landed safely Crashed near Thai-Lao border Force landed & w/o near Bangphra; 2 escaped Crashed into house in Muang District, Yasothorn; 1 injured Crashed into reservoir at Sirindhorn Dam, Ubon Ratchathani Province; 4 killed, 7 injured Crashed into lake at Tambon Thung Hua Tha-le, Nakhon Ratchasima Province; 1 killed (Note: 7th F-5 crash since 1971) (wreck noted Nov-95; was active Jul-95) Wreck noted on trailer at Lopburi 21-Jan-96 Wreck noted Jan-96 Crashed into Gulf of Thailand off Prachuap Khiri Khan Province; 1 killed Hit power lines in thick fog and crashed at Ban Pai Kwang, Tambon Ban Berk, Tha Wung District, Lopburi Province; 4 killed Crashed in Lampang Province; 3 injured Crashed onto Grand Garden Golf Course, Tambon Lat Ya, Muang District, Kanchanaburi Province; 2 injured Crashed near Hua Hin Crashed at Nong Phailom, Muang District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province; 2 killed Crashed onto Thupatemi golf course, Don Muang; 2 killed Wreck f/n at Don Muang Jun-96 W/o at Cha-am Badly damaged when landed wheels up whilst performing circuits at Bangphra Crashed in Kham Thale So District, Nakhon Ratchasima, 10km from Korat AFB; 2 escaped Crashed onto the runway at Wing 56 airport, Songkhla; 5 killed, 2 injured Crashed into a mango plantation in Wihan Daeng District, Saraburi; 1 escaped w/o Crashed into a wall on take-off from Sahapat Group's airport, Si Racha District, 10km from Bangphra airfield. Crashed on take-off from Bangkok Naval Station. Damaged at Ratchaburi Crashed near Korat AFB; 1 killed (Note: this was reported as the ''second L-39 loss this year'', also may be 16-Sep-97) Crashed just below the summit of a 4200ft mountain 30 miles south of Ranong 20 minutes after take-off from Phuket en route Rangoon; 2 killed. NTSB Report at http://dms.ntsb.gov/aviation/AccidentReports/aakx0p45ev5rurzaswfsqd551/I09022012120000.pdf

1620* 22484 + ?

HS-ATE* H6-32/16 Kh18-11/14 / 01391 1603* F16-029/35 Kh18Kh-4/21 / 61667 7000

Thai Army CATC Thai Army (Kaset ?) Thai AF - 401 Sqdn Thai AF CATC Thai AF - 401 Sqdn Thai AF Thai AF Thai Flying Services Thai AF or Army Thai AF Thai Navy Thai AF - 401 Sqdn Singapore AL HS-TZL KhF1-32/37 / 40132 8970* HS-TZK HS-ATX* KhF1-18/37 Kh18Kh-3/21 / 61666 ?? HS-TFA

8974 2310 ? SP-WDN KhF1-7/37 9V-ATD

2-Sep-12

30

Date 29-Aug-97

Type Bell 206

Operator Thai Army

Serial 4371

Location & Details Shot down after straying over the Thai-Burmese border, in Tak Province, in bad weather and poor visibility; 4 killed. Wreckage only found 30-Sep-09 on border between Umphang District, Tak and Klong Lan District, Kamphaeng Phet; dead crew in wreckage. Second Jet Ranger escaped Crashed at Korat (Note: may be 16-Jun-97) Crashed at I-bajoh, Sukhirin District, Naratiawat Province; 14 killed, 7 escaped. Crashed in Malaysia; repaired Crashed behind Somboon market, Tambon Tha Sai, Muang District, Nonthaburi, Bangkok. Damaged Crashed & dbf at Bangphra Crashed in Bo Klua district, Nan Province, Thailand Began to veer to the left shortly after touchdown at Don Muang. The pilot attempted to regain control but the aircraft ran off the side of the runway, the left main undercarriage striking the concrete base of a runway edge light and collapsing rearwards. The aircraft eventually came to rest on the grass beside the runway. The accident occurred at the end of a maintenance test flight following work on the aircraft's nose undercarriage Caught fire and crashed at Kamphaeng Saen; 2 killed Crashed into swamp on third approach to Surat Thani in rainstorm; 101 killed, 45 injured. NTSB Report at http://dms.ntsb.gov/aviation/AccidentReports/x2w3bcmu4ym3qci10kzjre2n1/E09022012120000.pdf W/o Ditched in Pacific Ocean 345 miles NE of Maui, Hawaii whilst attempting to return to Honolulu with engine problems; 1 killed Crashed into Sri Nakharin reservoir, 40m from bank at Ban Hat Daeng, en route Calcutta to Bangkok; 2 killed (German) Crashed into plantation near Huay Sai Temple in Tambon Cha-Am; 2 killed (Note: 'TZH 90% certain from photo) Overan runway at Don Muang in heavy rain, and ended up in a golf course with collapsed nose gear. NTSB Report at http://dms.ntsb.gov/aviation/AccidentReports/jrnirxmwyfo2wf551j0cngq31/E09022012120000.pdf Crashed into reservoir 2km from Chiang Mai Airport; 1 killed; 2 injured Suffered engine failure on take-off from Kamol Farm, stalled and dbf after it attempted to turn back to the runway; pilot killed Crashed at Kanchanaburi; 11 killed Crashed after engine trouble at Lopburi Crashed 130 miles NE of Bangkok; 1 killed; 1 injured Hijacked by Ly Tong after take-off on training flight from Hua Hin, flown to Ho Chi Minh City to drop leaflets, then landed back at U-Tapao Damaged at Don Muang dbf following bomb explosion on ground at Don Muang. NTSB Report at http://dms.ntsb.gov/aviation/AccidentReports/1ivtxx45gnejgr553nbklw551/I09022012120000.pdf Crashed near Chiang Mai after collision with HT cables; 5 killed

16-Sep-97 19-Sep-97 c.19-Feb-98 30-Apr-98 30-May-98 1998 09-Jun-98 11-Aug-98

Aero L-39ZA AS332L-2 Super Puma Navajo AA-1C Lynx Bell 206 Extra EA/300L Kamov Ka32T Jetstream 41

Thai AF Thai AF Tango Sqdn Kaset Laotian Army Thai Army (c/n 2455) HS-AMT HS-ATT 1616 HS-ACS 41094

15-Oct-98 11-Dec-98 28-Jan-99 28-Feb-99 03-May-99 23-May-99 23-Sep-99

CT/4 Airtrainer Airbus A310 Bell 206 Cessna 210 Aerostar Robinson R-22 Boeing 747

Thai AF Thai International Thai Army

RR.008 ?? HS-TIA 4425 HS-KCC N602PK

CATC Qantas

HS-TZH VH-OJH

23-Sep-99 c.2000 25-Feb-00 20-Jul-00 10-Nov-00 17-Nov-00 24-Nov-00 03-Mar-01 07-Apr-01

OV-10C Bronco Rans S-6S Bell 212 Aero L-39ZA Aero L-39ZA "twin-engined aircraft" Boeing 737 Boeing 737 Bell 206

Thai AF - Wing 41

J5-29/16

Thai Army Thai AF Thai AF CATC ? Thai International Thai International Thai AF

31279

HS-TDF HS-TDC H8-05/38 (?) or H8-03/38 (?)

2-Sep-12

31

Date 11-Apr-01 26-May-01 2001 2001 2001 23-Jul-01 Oct-01 18-Dec-01 29-Apr-02 07-May-02 08-Jul-02 17-Oct-02 14-Nov-02 03-Dec-02 14-Jan-03 21-Jan-03 30-Jan-03 09-Apr-03 26-Apr-03 2003/04 21-Aug-03 20-Oct-03 29-Oct-03 04-Dec-03 15-Jan-04 16-Feb-04 23-Feb-04 05-Mar-04 16-Mar-04 2004 ? 20-Jun-04 15-Jul-04 07-Aug-04

Type Cessna TU.206G Bell 212 Mooney M20R Malibu 310P AS350 Bell AH-1 ATR-72 Travel Air 2000 Northrop F-5E Alpha Jet AS350 CT/4 Airtrainer Bell UH-1H Travel Air 2000 Islander Bell UH-1H Sikorsky S-76B Northrop F-5F Malibu 350P Basler BT-67 Cessna 150L Bell UH-1H h/c Boeing 747-200 GD F-16A GD F-16A Pilatus PC-9 C-130 CASA CN235 Murphy Renegade AA-5A Cheetah CT/4E Airtrainer ATR-72

Operator Tango Thai Navy

Serial 1114 2212 HS-SPR HS-ASL 18304 9999 HS-PGC HS-IAM 23131 18302 RR.006 5413 HS-IAM HS-RON 6477 2309 ?? Kh18Kh2-2/21 / 61612?? HS-AKS L2k-01/41 / 46151 Ph1-4/34 / 5077 5320 HS-UTB Kh19-18/37 / 10318 Kh19-27/38 / 40309 F19-14/34 ?? 28053 U-R02 HS-ATH

Location & Details W/o after hitting HT wires attempting an emergency return to Chiang Mai following engine failure on first post-restoration flight by `Tango Squadron'; 5 killed W/o W/o at Bangphra Accident; repaired Wreck noted dumped at Khlong Luant Dec-01 W/o Ran off the runway on landing in bad weather at Seam Reap, Cambodia; airport closed for 2 days Force landed; repaired Crashed in Si Chon district, Nakhon Si Thammarat; 1 baled out Developed engine trouble and crashed in storm at Nong Bua Lamphu province; 1 killed Crashed near Palon, Mae Al district; 2 killed Crashed into coconut plantation after engine failure in Bang Khonthi district, Samut Songkhram; 1 killed; 1 injured Crashed into a field near Mubang Chunatan en route from Korat to Sakhon Nakhon; 4 injured Force landed 26 miles south of Lopburi; repaired Crashed on take-off from Pattaya Crashed & dbf at Saprannath airfield, Koksamrong district whilst on test flight; 1 killed Crashed at Ban Mai, Muang District, Chanthaburi; 1 killed, 2 injured Crashed at Yasothorn; 1 killed, 1 ejected Crashed in bad weather near Lopburi en route Don Muang-Chiang Mai; 3 killed. NTSB Report at http://dms.ntsb.gov/aviation/AccidentReports/m2m2mhzjulyxtu55ftqvkmjs1/W09022012120000.pdf Veered off runway at Phitsanulok & one engine damaged; still wfu Feb-05 Force-landed in a field in Lam Luk Ka district, Pathum Thani; 2 slightly injured Main rotor clipped trees and landed hard in severe weather; minor damage Emergency landing following engine failure near the Burmese border; 1 injured Panel fell of port wing shortly after take-off from Hong Kong, and returned safely. Badly damaged in hard landing following engine malfunction at Korat Badly damaged when it slid off the runway at Takhli whilst demonstrating a `scramble' take-off to a PreCadet School crowd; sustained "heavy damage" Crashed on take-off from Kamphaeng Saen; 1 killed Wheels up landing at Hat Yai Damaged on landing at Pattani; repaired Dbf following aborted take-off from CMT Chonburi Emergency landing following engine failure into cassava field in Nongtaroon, Pong sub-district, east of Pattaya & written off; 2 slightly injured Crashed into sugar cane field in Phnom Thuan district, Kanchanaburi Province following engine failure; 2 killed Damaged when landed with nosegear up at Mae Hong Son

Kaset Thai Army Bangkok AW Tango Thai AF ­ Wing 7 Thai AF Kaset Thai AF Thai Army Tango Siam Air Sports Thai Army Thai Navy Thai AF

Thai AF Thai AF Thai Army Thai Army Orient Thai Thai AF ­ 103 Sqdn Thai AF ­ 403 Sqdn Thai AF Thai AF Thai Police Thai Flying Club Thai AF Thai International

2-Sep-12

32

Date 22-Nov-04 28-Nov-04 2005 08-Jan-05 16-Feb-05 12-Mar-05 17-Mar-05 20-Mar-05 19-Apr-05 21-Apr-05 22-May-05 29-May-05 01-Jun-05 15-Jul-05 17-Jul-05 06-Sep-05 2005 11-Sep-05 13-Oct-05

Type HS748 Boeing 747 + Boeing 747 Alpha Jet CT/4E Airtrainer Northrop F-5E Cessna 172 Jet Ranger Bell UH-1H Airbus A330 + Boeing 777 Northrop F-5B Boeing 747-400 ?? MD-11 Boeing 717 Cessna U206G Fairchild AU-23A Grumman American AG-5B NAMC YS-11A Jet Ranger

Operator Thai AF Thai International + Qantas Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Thai Army Thai International + Singapore AL Thai AF ­ Wing 7 Thai International Thai International Thai International Bangkok AW

Serial 99-999 HS-TGJ + VH-OJM F16k-14/44 / RR.14 Kh18Kh-12/21 / 61675 HS-PRS H8-03/38 / 03 20294 HS-TEL + 9V-SQK Kh18k-4/25 / 40778

Location & Details Nosewheel collapsed on landing at Don Muang; not repaired and wfu Apr-06 Involved in airmiss at FL360 over Australia Crashed; 1 killed Crashed on take-of from Watthana Nakhon, Sakeo during Children's Day display; 2 killed Crashed onto a prawn farm in Lamai District, Chumphon; 1 killed Crashed on landing at EGAT airfield, Sam Ngao district, Tak; 3 killed Damaged in hard landing; not repaired Crashed in northern Chiang Mai, Fang district, near the Myanmar border; 10 injured Thai A330 lost starboard wingtip whilst taxying when it hit the port wing of a Singapore AL Boeing 777 parked at Don Muang; no injuries Crashed in Punpin District, Surat Thani, 3 miles from Surat Thani AFB, after engine failure on; 2 killed Made emergency landing in Calcutta en route Bangkok to Munich after crack found in windshield; no injuries Flight from Beijing to Bangkok returned to Beijing with engine problem; no injuries TG971 encountered pressurisation problem over Germany shortly after departure from Zurich, and returned to Zurich; no injuries Wing hit by truck and damaged whilst parked at Don Muang Ran out of fuel and landed in a field off the end of Runway 05, Bangphra; prop, engine & nose wheel damaged; no injuries Crashed into Gulf off Ban Nong Prom beach, Prachap Khiri Khan; 1 killed (F/O Pruetji Ampornrat) Details unknown Flight 9R326 from Bangkok ran off runway at Mae Sot on landing in heavy rain; starboard wing & engine damaged; no injuries Crashed near Mae Kerng waterfall in Wiang Kosai national park, Wang Chin district, Phrae while on its way from Phitsanulok to the Pha Muang task force HQ in Mae Rim district, Chiang Mai; 4 killed (MajGen Pairat Thongjattu, Maj Wisit Worawitwattana, Capt Thonglor Nakphu & Capt Komin Thong-uthai) Skidded off runway at Don Muang in heavy rain; no injuries FlightTG981 burst tyres on port side on landing in strong crosswinds at Melbourne, resulting in small hydraulic fires; no injuries Crashed following engine failure into coconut plantation in Tambon Si Muen, Damnoen Saduak district, Ratchaburi Province; 2 ejected & slightly injured Aborted take-off from U-Tapao at 150 knots, and ran off runway; repaired; no injuries Crashed onto building in Bang Pla Ma district, Supanburi Province; 1 killed (Flt Lt Nawin Pinprasert) Made a technical return to Don Muang after suffering engine problems following departure as flight DD7506 to Phuket. Was deliberately run off the runway at Don Muang on landing Crashed after engine failure shortly after take-off from Chantaburi Airport & dbf in a durian plantation near Khao Wua village in Tambon Noen Soong, whilst on a cloud-seeding operation; 4 killed, 1 injured (Capt Wichian Worachat, pilot; M-Sgt Thaweesak Chuaychu, technician & Yai Silpaya, agricultural worker; Panya Sriwimol, volunteer) Force-landed W/o after hard landing

HS-AZZ Thai AF Phuket Air Thai Army JTh2-31/19 / 42090 HS-ASV HS-KVO 1118

26-Oct-05 26-Oct-05 15-Dec-05 18-Jan-06 18-Jan-06 05-Feb-06 29-Mar-06

Airbus A300 Airbus A340-600 Pilatus PC-9 Northrop F-5E CT/4E Airtrainer Boeing 737-400 Pilatus Turbo-Porter

Thai International Thai International Thai AF Thai AF Thai AF Nok Air Kaset

HS-TNA F19-4/34 Kh18Kh-2/21 / 61665 F16k-6/42 / RR.6 HS-TDD 1312

May-06 06-Jun-06

Cherokee 161 Aero L-39ZA

CATC Thai AF

HS-TCG KhF1-24/37

2-Sep-12

33

Date 15-Jul-06

Type Boeing 747

Operator Thai International

Serial HS-TGY

Location & Details Collided with Air France Regional Embraer 135 F-GOHC whilst taxying out at Madrid en route Rome and Bangkok. The starboard wingtip struck the rear fuselage of the Embraer, and cut off its tail. The Boeing 747 was repaired on site and returned to Bangkok 16-Jul-06. Force-landed near Korat AFB & heavily damaged; 12 crew uninjured Crashed into paddy field near Ban Pho railway station, Bang Pa-in, Ayutthaya; 4 injured Crashed into paddy field following engine failure and dbf in Hang Dong district, Chiang Mai, en route to Mae Hong Son from Tak; 3 crew (Capt Chatnimit Klawklar, pilot) uninjured Crashed into Bung Boraphet (a freshwater swamp), Muang District, Nakhon Sawan at 1400 whilst carrying food and relief items to assist flood victims in Tha Tako district. Believed to have been overloaded with bottled water when it crashed into 10m of water; 1 killed (Lt-General Apai Phunuchapai, the pilot), 1 severely injured (2nd-Lieutenant Narong Phosawat, a mechanic) Engine lost power at 150ft immediately after take off at 0950 from Takhli on a photo-recce mission to Nampong gunnery range; attempted an emergency landing but hit an empty hangar; 7 killed (Wing Com. Pichet Chayachavalit, pilot; Capt Dusit Khaokhew, co-pilot; Capt Lert Popan, navigator; Capt Songwuit Eiamjang, Co. Yuthakorn Eiamlert & Co. Suthisak Rojwaradilok, photographers & Co. Nirut Wangchuaklang, maintenance crew) Slightly damaged on landing at Pattaya Air Park when lost the right brake and wandered off the runway Crashed at 1000 when a sudden strong wind caused the two pilots to lose control of the airship, causing it to crash into two power poles and a coconut tree, then to the ground at Tambon Nongplue, Bang Lamung District, Chonburi Province; the two Russian pilots were flying the airship to a spot on Pattaya beach to take part in a show as part of the celebration of King Bhumipol's birthday; 2 pilots (Russian) injured Hit foreign object whilst flying too low over sea en route Hua Hin Accident at Phitsanulok; nosegear collapsed. Under repair at Takhli AFB Jan-08 Crashed near Narssarssuaq off the coast of Greenland after the pilot had indicated he had a low engine oil issue and was going to attempt an emergency water ditching; aircraft destroyed during the water ditching attempt and has not been recovered; pilot killed Crashed at 1130 into a rice field in Ratanaburi district, Surin Province whilst en route to Sattahip; 9 killed During a normal flight a new navy pilot went up to test the radio and when he was on downwind right RW 28 he drained off one tank, engine quit so he switched tank but couldn't restart and he was too low. Crashed about 500m short of the runway; pilot seriously injured. Both engines caught fire at Koke Kratiem; under repair Jul-07 Whilst at 6,500' over Khao Yai the pilot requested descent to 5,000', then dropped very fast and off the Suvarnabhumi radar screen. Believed to have flown into IMC trying to get over the mountains, then lost control Crashed from 30m during a competition at the Silapacheep Surin Centre at 0920 when the cables caught in the engine; 1 (Korean) killed Took off from Khampaeng Saen FTS at 0800, returned at 0820, crashed at the north end of the runway and burst into flames; 2 killed (Wing Cdr Supat Butwang & Flt Lt Vorapong Mongdee) Crashed whilst inspecting forests in Pran Buri district, Prachuap Khiri Khan; 5 minor injuries. NTSB Report at http://dms.ntsb.gov/aviation/AccidentReports/2kymbx2iludf5y45ckzrzcfy1/U09022012120000.pdf Crashed onto lawn of a house in Muang district, Lamphun; 2 (of 4 passengers) seriously injured Left Don Muang at 1430 as flight OG269 to Phuket; slid off the runway on landing at 1540 at Phuket,

24-Aug-06 09-Sep-06 16-Sep-06 27-Oct-06

Basler BT-67 Cherokee 140 Cessna T-41B Jet Ranger

Thai AF Thai Army Kaset

L2k-2/41 / 46152 HS-ATK 5172 1611

08-Nov-06

Lear Jet 35A

Thai AF

TL12-2/31 / 40208

Nov-06 05-Dec-06

Bird Dog Airship

Thai AF / Tango Squadron Akkara Co Ltd.

T2-26/15 / 53182

2007 early 2007 02-Feb-07

Robinson R-22B-2 Beta SIAI SF-260 Cirrus SR20

HS-SPC HS-AFE N901SR

23-Mar-07 19-May-07

Bell 214ST Cessna U-206G

Thai Navy

2306 HS-ARK

25-May-07 09-Aug-07

HS748 Cessna 172

Thai AF

L5-1/08 / 60301 HS-BAE

12-Aug-07 30-Aug-07 07-Sep-07

Paramotor Pilatus PC-9 Bell 206 Thai AF Kaset F19-25/39 1612

12-Sep-07 16-Sep-07

Ultralight MD-82

One-Two-Go

HS-OMG

2-Sep-12

34

Date

Type

Operator

Serial

Location & Details exploded, broke in two and crashed into nearby walls; 89 killed (of 123 passengers and 7 crew). NTSB Report at http://dms.ntsb.gov/aviation/AccidentReports/idygqgyxsud40tnn1q4lfz3e1/M09022012120000.pdf Fire in port engine whilst taxying at Suvarnabhumi en route Koh Samui; extinguished and continued flight During a non-directional beacon (NDB) non-precision approach to runway 16 at Melbourne Airport, the aircraft descended below the segment minimum safe altitude at 6.8DME. Soon after, the crew received two enhanced ground proximity warning system (EGPWS) cautions. The crew then levelled the aircraft and conducted a visual approach and landing on runway 16. Was being operated on a scheduled passenger service from Bangkok to Melbourne with 17 crew and 277 passengers. Full accident report available at http://www.atsb.gov.au/publications/investigation_reports/media/2007/AAIR/pdf/AO2007055.pdf Reported w/o Reported crashed Stalled after losing power whilst performing a right downwind turn after takeoff from Pattaya Air Park Lost all four generator control units about a half hour from arrival at Bangkok. The aircraft was landed using standby power and instruments; 334 passengers uninjured. NTSB Report at http://dms.ntsb.gov/aviation/AccidentReports/l1pmkz55qbywhsqhpbybvlax1/R09022012120000.pdf Crashed in Lampang Crashed in a field in Muang District, Si Saket Province at 1045am during a training flight from Surin to Ubon Ratchathani; 2 injured (Captain Dej Prakorbpol & Corporal Kawi Songwiang) Substantially damaged in hard landing; wreck noted 03-Mar-08 in Tango hangar, Don Muang Crashed inside the Ninth Infantry Division in Lardya district, Kanchanaburi 0830, after having departed from Lopburi Army Aviation Centre; 3 severely injured (trainee Lt Tharapong Sukcharoen, 28, trainer Lt Col Pithakpong Oonphan, 48, & mechanic, Sgt Yothin Deejangreed, 40) Pilot reported engine trouble and crashed into hillside whilst attempting a crash landing in Yala Province; the helicopter was on its way back to Bannang Sata military base in Yala province, and was carrying a military forensics team which was investigating the murder of a border police sergeant in an insurgent ambush; 10 killed (Captain Pramote Purak, Lieutenant Rashen Sukha, Sergeant Major Ronnachit Kaewprasert, Sergeant Nopparat Worasen, Pol Capt Worapong Puttinin, Maneera Bantao, Captain Samart Palatphum, Sergeant Major Narin Nuanum, Sergeant Major Akradej Jantakul and Sergeant Taweesak Pongsapan) Lost an engine on take-off from Jeddah whilst being ferried back to Jakarta for repairs to the same engine; compressor section plus parts of the thrust reverser landed in the desert. Aircraft returned to Jeddah. The aircraft was being cleaned internally after maintenance in Thai Airways hangar at Don Muang; an inflammable cleaning agent was being used, which led to a fire in the forward cargo hold; broken up at Don Muang Nov-08 Crashed in tambon Tanehmaeroh, Betong district, Yala Province; had departed from an airbase in Pattani carrying high-ranking military officers to attend a security meeting in Betong district; 10 killed (Col Wanchai Puangkhumsap, Grp Capt Theerapong Siksamat, Grp Capt Kamol Janwanna, Wg Cdr Chaiwat Boonyalit, pilot Flt Lt Nopporn Nimsiri, co-pilot Flt Lt Chatchai Chujai, mechanic FS 1 Chaiwat Jitteetip, mechanic FS 1 Nikom Ampong, search-and-rescue team member FS 1 Songkran Intachote and searchand-rescue team member Sgt Sirichoke Sukkul) Crashed in poor weather & strong winds on a peak in the Phu Kradung mountain range in Loei province soon after it had dropped equipment and fuel at an RTAF telecommunications centre; 5 injured, 3

08-Oct-07 04-Nov-07

Boeing 717 Boeing 777

Bangkok AW Thai International HS-TJW

12-Nov-07 Dec-07 20-Dec-07 07-Jan-08

Bell 212 Cessna U-17 Bird Dog Boeing 747

Thai Police Thai Army Qantas

2214 `53155' VH-OJM

13-Jan-08 23-Jan-08 Early 2008 21-May-08

Zenair CH-701 ? Schweizer TH-300C Cessna 172 Cessna T-41B or Maule MX-7

Thai Army - 6th Infantry Regiment Aviation Company (Roi Et) HS-BAA Thai Army

20-Jun-08

Bell UH-1H

Thai Army

04-Jul-08 03-Aug-08

Boeing 747-300 Boeing 747-400

Phuket Air / Saudia All Nippon Airways Thai AF ­ 203 Sqdn

HS-VAC JA8955

06-Aug-08

Bell UH-1H

H6-23/12 / 20344

04-Oct-08

Bell UH-1H

Thai AF

H6-29/15 / 20347

2-Sep-12

35

Date

Type

Operator

Serial

Location & Details uninjured (UH-1 was 40 years old) Crashed on landing at Tantawan Caught fire while being transported on a truck on the Bangkok-Chon Buri Motorway, at about 1230 pm at about km12.5 on the outbound motorway. The truck driver, Boonma Dathong, 41, was transporting the SeaRay from a maintenance firm in Bangkok to the owner in Trat. He said he noticed motorists on the opposite lane flashing their headlights to signal something to him and when he looked at the rear window and he saw smoke billowing out from the plane. He said he parked the truck and tried to put out the fire with an extinguisher but the fire quickly engulfed the plane in less than three minutes Crashed shortly after 1000 on take-off from Koke Kratiem, Lopburi on a photo recce mission; 1 killed (2nd pilot F/O Pongsakorn Thatinuwat); 1st pilot (F/O Thossapol Dejsupha) & 3 mechanics slightly injured `Incident' recorded on CATC Status Board Skidded off the runway and crashed into an old control tower (being used as a parking area for fire engines) whilst landing in a strong crosswind in severe weather at Koh Samui airport. Was operating PG266 from Krabi. 1 killed (pilot Chartchai Pansuwan) & 41 injured (of 68 passengers and 4 crew) Crash-landed at 0810 while attempting to make an emergency landing in a paddy field in Hat Yai district, Songkhla whilst flying on a bomb-scanning operation. Based in Pattani. Landed nose first and fell onto it's side, but no injuries (2 pilots & 1 mechanic) Damaged on landing at Korat; engaged net barrier at the end of the runway and arrested to stop; one landing gear was broken and both wing leading edges were damaged Crashed in Ban Kengkheng in Tambon Kengkheng, Kudkhaopoon Distriict, Ubon Ratchathani at 1130; pilot killed Returned to Suvarnabhumi with an engine fire (port outboard) 10 minutes after take off at 1715 on flight TG116 en route Chiang Mai; 330 passengers on board; no injuries. NTSB Report at http://dms.ntsb.gov/aviation/AccidentReports/w51qojnn45sldu55e0qrsef11/V09022012120000.pdf Made an emergency landing at Bangphra after the PT-6 engine lost a turbine fan chip and began to deteriorate. The two female pilots were able to divert and land 8 minutes after the failure was noticed. Force landed following engine failure in Muek Lek district, 6nm W of Klang Dong; Prasert Prungkananont & Phongat Ruangpradap slightly injured Crashed into field about 1100 in Moo 2 village of Tambon Donchedi, Phanom Thuan District; 2 injured (Flight Lieutenant Pitchaya Pa-obthip and Wing Commander Akkarayothin Wanchadok) No.4 engine suffered an uncontained failure on take off from Cairo International. Take off aborted safely, but major damage suffered. Crashed into mountain at 0800 in poor visibility near Nam Kwang village, Na Muen district, Nan Province; was flying from Phitsanulok to Phu Phayak mountain in Chalerm Prakiat district, Nan; wreckage found 18-Aug-10; 5 killed (permanent secretary for national resources and environment Saksit Tridech; inspector-general of the National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department Kowit Punyatrong; Sahat Boonyawiwat, an adviser to the Royal Household Bureau; pilot Jenwit Arunsawat and mechanic Witoon Thien-nguen) Crashed in Pak Kret district, Nonthaburi when it's tail became entangled in electrical wires, causing it to crash into the Chao Phraya river; 4 escaped (pilot Aphinan Thanyapreedakul, pilot Lt Arun Khumkwaen, cameraman Somsak Nachainak, and assistant cameraman Patcharin Phatcharapraphanan) Crashed at approx 1000 near Den Mai Sung village in Tambon Mae Salit in Ban Tak district, Tak Province whilst flying as part of a four-ship training flight from Takhli (Wing 4) to Chiang Mai (Wing

2008 28-Oct-08

Mooney M20M Sea Ray

HS-ATI HS-DAN ??

06-Mar-09

Nomad

Thai AF

L9-5/25 / 46131

22-May-09 04-Aug-09

TB-20 Trinidad ATR-72

CATC Bangkok AW

HS-TCQ HS-PGL

31-Aug-09

Jet Ranger

Thai Army Thai AF ­ 102 Sqdn Thai AF ­ 211 Sqdn Thai International

14-Sep-09 23-Dec-09 03-Feb-10

GD F-16B Northrop F-5E Boeing 747-4D7

10201 Kh18Kh-18/24/ 91681 HS-TGB

09-Mar-10 18-Apr-10 17-Jun-10 17-Jul-10 17-Aug-10

Cessna 208B Kitfox Safari CT/4 Airtrainer Boeing 747-300 AS350

SGA

HS-SKR HS-FAE

Thai AF Phuket Air / Saudia MNRE

F16k-9/43 / RR.9 HS-VAC 1103

11-Sep-10

Robinson R-44

Heliluck Thai AF ­ 403 Sqdn

HS-HLL

18-Oct-10

GD F-16A

Kh19-33/39 / 40315

2-Sep-12

36

Date

Type

Operator

Serial

Location & Details 41); 1 killed (Flight Lieutenant Thanikorn Luangrungwaree) Emergency landing in a rice field in Bang Nam Priew district, Chachoengsao Province after developing engine trouble; 2 injured (2nd pilot Pol Lt-Col Decho Phusri & Paiboon Sirichanakul) Crashed into the sea 50m off Ban Thalae Samran beach, Cha Am; 2 injured

11-Jan-11 07-Feb-11 14-Feb-11

Bell 205A-1 Robinson R-22 2 x GD F-16A ADF

Thai Police CATC Thai AF ­ 102 Sqdn

1722

10202 & 10212

14-Apr-11 mid-2011 16-Jul-11

Christen Eagle Zenair Bell UH-1H Thai Army

HS-EGL U-K04 ?

Two F-16's from 102 Sqdn (Korat), on a 4-ship mission as part of Cobra Gold 2011 Exercise, collided in mid-air during a sortie over Chaiyaphoom Province; both pilots ejected safely (Squadron Leader Krisda Sukchan & Flying Officer Challanont Promdej) Crashed on landing after engine failure at Klong 15 strip, Ongkharak district; 2 killed (Kraiwut Saringpaiboon & Peter Frank) Crashed in rice field after engine failure Crashed in Kaeng Krachan National Park, Phetchaburi whilst landing in gusty winds, whilst en route from Thap Phraya Suea Camp, Suan Phung district, Ratchaburi to airlift stranded soldiers; 5 killed (1st pilot Maj Kitisak Chin-iam, 2nd pilot Lt Pratya Nualsri, Maj Kitiphum Ekkaphan, and two mechanics, SM1 Rangsan Polsaibua and SM1 Narongdet Pongnumkul) Crashed in Burma, just across the border from Kaeng Krachan National Park, Phetchaburi, in bad weather & heavy rain whilst on a mission to retrieve the bodies of the five soldiers killed in the UH-1H crashed on 16-Jul-11 (two other helicopters, one from Kaset & one from MONRE, turned back because of the weather); 9 killed (Maj-Gen Tawan Ruangsri, the 9th Infantry Division chief and commander of the Surasee Task Force, 1st pilot Maj Prapan Jiamsoongnoen, 2nd pilot Maj Chuphan Polwan, senior flight mechanic Sgt-Maj Somkid Wongtoksaeng, 2nd mechanic Sgt Aram Wongsing, Capt Jate Sudchai, Capt Chakraphan Bamrungphuet, L-Cpl Itthisak Hinasuthi, and Sornwichai Kongtannukul, a TV Channel 5 cameraman) Crashed and exploded near Kaeng Krachan National Park, Phetchaburi following failure of the tail rotor; 3 killed, 1 (Sergeant Pattanaporn Tonjan) injured Made an emergency landing on a field in Udon Thani after a problem with the ASI; 6 on board uninjured Ran off the side of runway 27 at Phuket, but was able to turn back onto the runway, and sustained minor damage; no injuries. NTSB Reports at http://dms.ntsb.gov/aviation/AccidentReports/brpnyu32svbwboe0rkhnzxrm1/M09022012120000.pdf Made an emergency landing in Ubon Ratchathani during illegal logging bust duty; 7 on board uninjured Rotors damaged by machine gun fire from across Cambodian border, whilst delivering food to Thai and Cambodian border soldiers 50m away. Whilst taxying at Koh Samui to operate PG178 to Bangkok, ran off paved surface, impacted an earth wall and went down into a ditch with its nose; no injuries to 38 passengers & 4 crew; repaired Forced landing in Phanom Thuan District, Kanchanaburi on a flight from Prachuap Khiri Khan; 2 pilots uninjured, minor injuries to 1 mechanic Badly damaged when skidded off the runway on landing at the Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka, Bangladesh, whilst on a training flight from Bangkok to New Delhi via Dhaka; 2 of the 15 crew on board slightly injured Crashed at Pattaya Airpark

19-Jul-11

UH-60L Black Hawk

Thai Army

6928

24-Jul-11 27-Jul-11 10-Sep-11

Bell 212 Bell UH-1H Boeing 737

Thai Army Thai AF Shanghai AL

35098

B-5088

26-Sep-11 16-Dec-11 17-Dec-11 23-Mar-12 30-Apr-12

Bell 212 Bell 212 ATR-72 Fairchild AU-23A ATR-72

Thai Police Thai Navy Bangkok AW Thai AF Thai AF HS-PGA 42082 L16-02/52 / 60314

Jun-12

Cessna 150

HS-ETW ?

2-Sep-12

37

Date Jun-12 29-Aug-12

Type Virus CASA 212

Operator

Serial HS-

Location & Details Hit a tree at Pattaya Air Park whilst attempting an engine-off landing on grass Skidded off runway on landing on a wet runway at Ubon Ratchathani; no injuries

Kaset

2-Sep-12

38

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