Don Muang Royal Thai Air Force Base

Don Muang Royal Thai Air Force Base is located approximately 40 kilometres north of central Bangkok and is the main operating and command base for the Royal Thai Air Force. In addition, units of the Royal Thai Army and Royal Thai Police have personnel located there.

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