RTAFRoyal Thai Air Force
RTAFRoyal Thai Armed Forces
RTAFReserved Tender Advance Facility
RTAFRoad Traffic Accident Frequency (statistics)
RTAFRadio Transmission Adaption Functionality
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An example has been set for us by the Prophet's (sa) daughter Fatima (rtaf).
Caption: Figure 10: Model considered for the estimation of the RTAF with two obstacles and the respective collision probabilities.
This may not be as strictly enforced as it once was, although all Thai Airways (but not Air Asia) domestic flights to Ubon announce that photography over Ubon is forbidden, because Ubon airport, like many Thai domestic airports, is on an RTAF base.
Six Gripen C/D made by Saab arrive at Wing 7 early 2011 while one SAAB 340 AEW aircraft outfitted for RTAF will be delivered late this year to the air base.
Some RTAF members attended minimal training when the MAFFS unit was purchased, but more was needed.
Thailand also sends RTAF officers to fill similar pilot and logistics billets with United States units (JUSMAG PEP figures, 2009).
The RTAF obtained country and overflight clearances from Afghanistan, India, and Pakistan.
When Asma (rtaf), the daughter of Abu Bakr (rtam), got married to Zubair (rtam), they did not have wealth.
Following a busy and productive day on the Hill, NTCA members enjoyed an entertaining evening at a PAC/RTAF fundraising event, 'Jersey Boys" at the National Theater, benefiting the political action committee's administrative fund, the Rural Telecommunications Administrative Fund (RTAF) and NTCA advocacy efforts.
While Beijing has no explicit security alliance with Bangkok, Chinese military equipment is provided to the Royal Thai Armed Forces (RTAF) at "friendship prices".
However, when Umar (rtam) learned of this, he rebuked his daughter and the Prophet's (rtam) wife Hafsa (rtaf), admonishing her to fear Allah (swt).