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Thailand

This airkraft stay on the way up to Khon Keean,perhaps 30 km from Saraburi on the Mittraphap Rd.2 The Fairchild Hiller C-123Provider was produced from 1949-1970.The C-123 Provider was designed originally as an assault glider airkraft

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