Prajadhipok (aircraft)

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Prajadhipok
Prajadhipok.jpg
Role Fighter
Manufacturer Royal Siamese Air Force Manufacturing Division
Designer Lieutenant Colonel Luang Neramit Baijayonta
Introduction 1929
Primary user Directorate of Air Force, Royal Siamese Army

The Prajadhipok (Thai: ประชาธิปก), also known as Fighter Type 5, was a single-seat fighter, the second indigenous Siamese aircraft design.

In 1929, Lieutenant Colonel Luang Neramit Baijayonta designed the aircraft, which was named Prajadhipok after His Majesty King Prajadhipok (Rama VII). It was the second aircraft designed and built in Siam and the first Siamese designed and built fighter, now called Fighter Type 5.

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