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Thai Navy to take lessons from Tham Luang Cave rescue operation

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Royal Thai Navy to take lessons from Tham Luang Cave rescue operation

 

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BANGKOK, 19 July 2018 (NNT) –The Royal Thai Navy is preparing to analyse all lessons and information learnt from the Tham Luang Cave rescue mission to enhance its efficiency and to inform its choice of equipment for emergency response work. 

Royal Thai Navy Commander, Adm Naris Prathumsuwan, indicated that relevant units of his force, especially the Royal Thai Fleet, have been told to analyse any obstacles, views and suggestions observed following the Tham Luang Cave rescue operation, during which 13 members of the Moo Pa Academy youth football team were saved.

 

The purpose of the analysis is to enhance the efficacy of the navy in dealing with similar emergency situations and so that it may equip itself with appropriate tools.

 

He stated that the Thai navy must be as well-equipped as international forces and will acquire any necessary equipment while noting that he is, nonetheless, satisfied with the Royal Thai Navy’s work as it stands. 

On the 2018 Navy Study activity, Adm Naris remarked that this year’s highlight will be the use of military equipment in alternative scenarios, explaining that each unit of the navy is to identify materials and equipment that can be developed for application in other nationally significant areas.

 
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I think he just smells an opportunity to get an increase in spending ...........with the attached kick backs of course.

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The lesson is that it's not the tools that lead to success but the experience of human resources.

The aircraft carrier, new patrol boats and submarines are meaningless without innovative, daring and experienced people.

Instead it's:

7 hours ago, webfact said:

each unit of the navy is to identify materials and equipment that can be developed for application in other nationally significant areas.

 

7 hours ago, webfact said:

the Thai navy must be as well-equipped

Lesson failed.

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1 minute ago, Srikcir said:

The lesson is that it's not the tools that lead to success but the experience of human resources.

The aircraft carrier, new patrol boats and submarines are meaningless without innovative, daring and experienced people.

Instead it's:

 

Lesson failed.

I think ALL humans have failed the 'Lesson'!

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So we must thanks too much from tham luang cave and 13 boy for super best feeding every newspaper,,, website ,,, tv channel,,, news agency,, reporters across thailand and worldwide!!!

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This is Thailand!

The only "lesson" anyone will take away from this, is how to cash in!

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Caves and mountains should be an all arms responsibility in addition to the civil depts in which they are based or administered.

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2 hours ago, saminoz said:

I think he just smells an opportunity to get an increase in spending ...........with the attached kick backs of course.

No, couldn't be, not likely, hard to believe - corruption, never in Thailand.

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