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A Tribute to the Thong Chai Chalermpol Colour and the Royal Thai Force archives

นิทรรศการ เชิดชูเกียรติธงชัยเฉลิมพล และ หอจดหมายเหตุการบินแห่งชาติ

๐๖.๑๒.๒๕๖๖ (06.12.2023) Completion : December 2023 Photo : Confidential

Thank you, thank you and thank you for another memorial and honorary opportunity to serve our dedicated and beloved father and the Bhumibol Adulyadej (King Rama IX ) and also his brother; the King Ananda Mahidol (King Rama VIII). This is exclusive archives museum only for the Royal Thai Force Army. With my 20 years of lighting expertise, I was invited to be a lighting specialist and consultant for this project. Thong (flag) Chai Chalermpol is the flag of all three military units, including the Army, Navy, and Air Force, given by His Majesty the King. The Thong Chai Chalermpol flag is considered the most sacred thing to soldiers. It is the honour of that military unit when it comes to war. All soldiers must protect the Chai Chalermpol flag of their unit with their lives. The Chai Chalermphon flag is therefore a symbol of valiant and bravery among all soldiers to fight against the enemy and come back victorious. Because the Chai Chalermpol flag is a flag that has specific regulations both storage and raising the flag on various occasions. Because of their age and fragility, lighting for such precious old fabric together with the gold tinsel required special protection and design from any damage may caused. This include zero UV light source, daylighting protection, humidification control, insect protection and precise colour and light absorbtion backpane material to display.

Flag that has specific regulations both storage and raising the flag on various occasions. therefore, the opportunity to raise the Chai Chalermpol flag is mostly a royal ceremony, a state ceremony, or an important ceremony, such as being invited to join the honour guard for His Majesty the King During the time of His Majesty traveling abroad ,Invitation to join the Guard of Honor for the Head of State foreign head of state who traveled and made an official visit to the Kingdom of Thailand, Served in the Guard of Honor for the Royal Monument. Royal Monument or Monument at the opening ceremony Invited to attend the military oath ceremony or important military ceremonies such as Thong Chai Chalermpol's Farewell Ceremony for Discharged Soldiers Moving the location unit Invitation to combat operations Other operations of the army that raise troops to perform duties on the battlefield.


ชาติ I Nation = Flag ศาสนา I Religion = Buddhist amulet at the pole top

พระมหากษัตริย์ I The King = HM King's hair Similar representative to lhe 3 colours on Kingdom of Thailand national flag Exhibition Designer : Interaction Design Studio

Lighting Specialist and Consultant for Chai Chaloempol flags : Rangsi Atelier


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