Administration and Correspondence Division facilitated attendance in the wreath-laying ceremony to honor heroic Thai 2484. On 8 December 2022 Asst.Prof.Dr.Padungsak Suksa-Ard: Vice-President with Walailak University staff attended the wreath-laying ceremony on Veera Thai Day (Heroic Thai 2484) of the year 2022 to commemorate the bravery of Thai soldiers and Thai Southern military youth for their great sacrificing to protect their country during the Greater East Asia War. General Kriangkrai Srirak, Assistant Commander in Chief of the Army, chairman together with various agencies and organizations attended the event at Veera Thai 2484 statue, Wachirawut Fort, 4th Region Thai Army, Nakhon Si Thammarat.
Thai Heroes Day 1941 occurred during World War II on December 8, 1941, when Japanese soldiers landed at Ban Tha Phae. and Thai soldiers fought to protect There was a battle that reached the level of a scuffle at the current location of the Thai Heroes Monument in 1941, at which time the Thai army lost soldiers and young soldiers who came to fight in the provinces of Pattani, Songkhla, Surat Thani, Chumphon, and Prachuap Khiri Khan. and Nakhon Si Thammarat, a total of more than 100 men, whose names appear inscribed on the base of the monument on all 6 sides from the battle at that time. Thai people of all groups Therefore, they united together to build a monument to the Thai heroes in 1941, or what the villagers called Father Sergeant Dam or the Thai hero monument. It was built to commemorate the bravery of the brave soldiers who sacrificed their lives fighting the enemy to protect the motherland. Standing tall on the spot where they fought to protect Thai soil until the present.