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Growing professionalism

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It seems there are fewer ammart military officers in the army these days. However, this does not necessarily mean these officers have switched loyalty to former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra. 

While the wives of many soldiers are known to be red-shirt supporters, officers are increasingly choosing neutrality to avoid trouble in case of political strife. CHANAT KATANYU

In fact, it's the political climate that has made many army officers choose political neutrality, reserving their loyalty instead for the monarchy.

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