List of military vehicles

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Military vehicles include all land combat and transportation vehicles, excluding rail-based, which are designed for or are in significant use by military forces throughout the world.

See also list of armoured fighting vehicles.

Vehicles by name[edit]

  • 1V152 8×8 command and forward observation vehicle based on the BTR-80 (Soviet Union; Cold War/Modern)
  • 2S1 Gvozdika self-propelled 122mm howitzer (also known as M1971 and M1974) (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • 2S3 Akatsiya self-propelled 152mm howitzer (also known as M1973) (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • 2S4 Tyulpan self-propelled 240mm mortar (also known as M1975) (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • 2S5 Giatsint-S self-propelled 152mm howitzer (also known as M1981) (Soviet Union; Cold War/Modern)
  • 2S7 Pion self-propelled 203mm gun (also known as M1975) (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • 2S9 Anona self-propelled 120mm mortar (Soviet Union; Cold War/Modern)
  • 2S14 Zhalo-S 8×8 self-propelled 85mm anti-tank gun based on the BTR-70 (Soviet Union; Cold War/Modern)
  • 2S19 Msta self-propelled 152mm howitzer (Soviet Union; Cold War/Modern)
  • 2S23 Nona-SVK 8×8 self-propelled 120mm mortar based on the BTR-80 (Soviet Union; Cold War/Modern)
  • 2S30 Iset self-propelled 155mm howitzer (Soviet Union; Modern)
  • 2S31 Vena self-propelled 120mm mortar based on the BMP-3 (Soviet Union; Modern)
  • 40.10 4×4 utility vehicle (also known as LSVW and Torpedo) produced by Iveco (Italy; Cold War/Modern)
  • 4K 4FA armoured vehicle (Austria; Cold War)
  • 4K 7FA armoured vehicle (Austria; Cold War)
  • 7TP light tank (Poland; World War II)
  • 9A51 Prima 6×6 self-propelled multiple rocket launcher based on a ZIL-131 chassis (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • 9P117 8×8 transport/launcher of the Scud short-range ballistic missile (also known as the MAZ-543) (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • 9P157 self-propelled anti-tank vehicle with 9M123 Khrizantema missiles based on the BMP-3 (Soviet Union; Modern)
  • 9P162 self-propelled anti-tank vehicle with 9M133 Kornet missiles based on the BMP-3 (Soviet Union; Modern)
  • 9S482 designation for the PU-12M 8×8 air defence command vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War/Modern)
  • 15cwt truck series (British; World War II)

A[edit]

  • A4 AVL 4×4 armoured utility vehicle (France; Modern)
  • A7SC 4×2 armoured car (United States; pre–World War II)
  • A7V heavy tank (Sturmpanzerwagen) (Germany; World War I)
  • A9 Cruiser Tank Mark I medium tank (United Kingdom; pre–World War II)
  • A10 Cruiser Tank Mark II medium tank (United Kingdom; pre–World War II)
  • A11 Infantry Tank Mark I light tank (United Kingdom; pre–World War II)
  • A12 Infantry Tank Mark II light tank (United Kingdom; pre–World War II)
  • A13 Cruiser Tank Mark III medium tank (United Kingdom; pre–World War II)
  • A13 Cruiser Tank Mark IV medium tank (United Kingdom; pre–World War II)
  • A13 Covenanter Cruiser Tank Mark V medium tank (United Kingdom; pre–World War II)
  • A15 Crusader Cruiser Tank Mark VI medium tank (United Kingdom; World War II)
  • A22 Churchill Infantry Tank Mark IV medium tank (United Kingdom; World War II)
  • A24 Cavalier Cruiser Tank Mark VII medium tank (United Kingdom; World War II)
  • A27 Cromwell Cruiser Tank Mark VIII medium tank (United Kingdom; World War II)
  • A30 Challenger Cruiser Tank Mark VIII medium tank (United Kingdom; World War II)
  • A34 Comet Cruiser Tank medium tank (United Kingdom; World War II)
  • A39 Tortoise anti-tank vehicle (United Kingdom; World War II)
  • A43 Black Prince Infantry Tank medium tank (United Kingdom;)
  • A41 Centurion main battle tank (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • A45 Caernarvon heavy tank (also known as the FV201 and FV221) (United Kingdom; World War II)
  • A-531 armoured personnel carrier (also known as the Type 63 or YW531) (China; Cold War)
  • AAPC armoured personnel carrier based on the AIFV (Turkey and United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • AAV-7 amphibious armoured vehicle series (United States; Cold War)
  • AAVC-7 amphibious command vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • AAVP-7 amphibious armoured personnel carrier (United States; Cold War)
  • AAVR-7 amphibious recovery vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • AB 40 4×4 armoured car (Italy; World War II)
  • AB 41 4×4 armoured car (Italy; World War II)
  • ABAL armoured ammunition supply vehicle based on the MLI-84 (Romania; Cold War)
  • Abrams (popular name for the M1 Abrams)
  • AC1 Sentinel medium tank (also known as the Cruiser Tank Mk I) (Australia; World War II)
  • ACEC Cobra armoured personnel carrier (Belgium; Cold War/Modern)
  • ACG-1 light tank (also known as the AMC 35) (France; pre–World War II)
  • ACG-2 self-propelled anti-tank 75mm gun (also known as the AMC 35) (France; pre–World War II)
  • Achzarit armoured personnel carrier based on the T-54/55 chassis (Israel; Cold War/Modern)
  • ACTL, Italian transport vehicle
  • ACV 300 infantry fighting vehicle based on the AIFV (Turkey; Modern)
  • ACV-S amoured vehicle based on the AIFV (Turkey; Modern)
  • AHSVS 8×8 armoured truck series (Germany; Modern)
  • AIFV infantry fighting vehicle based on the M113 (Turkey and United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • Al-Fao self-propelled 210mm howitzer (Iraq; Cold War/Modern)
  • Al-Khalid reporting name for the MBT 2000 main battle tank (China and Pakistan; Modern)
  • Al-Zarar MBT main battle tank based on the T-59 (Pakistan; Modern)
  • Alacran (popular name for the BMS-1 Alacran)
  • Alvis-Straussler (Uk; World War II)
  • Alvis Striker SP ATGW Vehicle (Uk; Modern)
  • AM-IV 4×4 armoured security vehicle (Brazil; Modern)
  • AMB-S ambulance based on the BMP-1 (Czechoslovakia; Cold War)
  • AMC 34 light tank (also known as the ACG-1) (France; pre–World War II)
  • AMC 35 light tank (also known as the ACG-1) (France; pre–World War II)
  • AML 20 4×4 armoured car (France; Cold War)
  • AML 60 4×4 armoured car (France and South Africa; Cold War)
  • AML 90 4×4 armoured car (France and South Africa; Cold War)
  • AML 245 4×4 armoured car (France; Cold War)
  • AMR 33 light tank (France; pre–World War II)
  • AMR 35 light tank (France; pre–World War II)
  • Amtrac common name for the American LVT series of amphibious vehicles
  • AMV 8×6 armoured vehicle (Finland; Modern)
  • AMV self-propelled 81mm or 120mm mortar based on an AIFV (Turkey and United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • AMX-10P armoured personnel carrier (France; Cold War)
  • AMX-10RC 6×6 armoured fighting vehicle (France; Cold War)
  • AMX-13 light tank (France; Cold War)
  • AMX 30 main battle tank (France; Cold War)
  • AMX 32 main battle tank (France; Cold War)
  • AMX 40 main battle tank (France; Cold War/Modern)
  • AMX-56 main battle tank (designation sometimes used for the Leclerc) (France; Modern)
  • AMX-VCI infantry fighting vehicle (France; Cold War)
  • APRA-21 4×4 self-propelled multiple rocket launcher based on a Bucegi SR-114 chassis (Romania; Cold War)
  • APRA-40 6×6 self-propelled multiple rocket launcher based on a DAC-665T chassis (Romania)
  • APS-3 armored personnel carrier (Indonesia; Modern)
  • Archer (tank destroyer) (United Kingdom; World War II)
  • Ariete (popular name for the C1 Ariete)
  • Arjun MBT main battle tank (India; Modern)
  • Arma Amphibious tactical wheeled armoured vehicle (Turkey; Modern)
  • Armadillo wood and gravel extemporised AFV (United Kingdom; World War II)
  • Armored Combat Earthmover (project name for the M9 ACE)
  • Armored Gun System (project name for the XM8 AGS)
  • Armored Infantry Fighting Vehicle (project name for the AIFV)
  • ATS 56 G, Soviet artillery tractor used in the Vietnam War
  • Armoured Vehicle Launched Bridge (AVLB)
  • ASCOD series of armoured vehicles (Austria and Spain; Modern)
  • ASLAV 8×8 infantry fighting vehicle based on the LAV 25 (Australia and Canada; Modern)
  • Asad Babil (Iraqi designation for license-built T-72)
  • ASU-57 self-propelled 57mm gun (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • ASU-85 self-propelled 85mm gun (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • AT105 Saxon wheeled armoured personnel carrier (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • AT-P tracked prime mover and artillery crew transporter (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • ATV self-propelled TOW anti-tank missile based on the AIFV (Turkey and United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • Austin Armoured Car (United Kingdom; World War I)
  • Avenger air defence vehicle based on the HMMWV (United States; Modern)
  • AVGP Cougar wheeled fire support vehicle (Canada; Cold War)
  • AVGP Grizzly wheeled armoured personnel carrier (Canada; Cold War)
  • AVGP Husky wheeled maintenance and recovery vehicle (Canada; Cold War)

B[edit]

  • B1 Centauro 8×8 tank destroyer (Italy; Modern)
  • B-531 armoured personnel carrier (also known as the Type 63 or YW531) (China; Cold War)
  • BA-3 6×4 armoured car (Soviet Union; pre–World War II)
  • BA-6 6×4 armoured car (Soviet Union; pre–World War II)
  • BA-10 6×4 armoured car (Soviet Union; pre–World War II)
  • BA-64 4×4 armoured car (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • Bateleur 4×4 self-propelled multiple rocket launcher based on a SAMIL 20 truck (South Africa; Modern)
  • BDX 4×4 armoured personnel carrier (Belgium; Cold War)
  • Bison concrete armoured lorry (United Kingdom; World War II)
  • Bison 8×8 armoured personnel carrier (Canada; modern)
  • BJ2020 4×4 utility vehicle based on the Jeep Cherokee (XJ) (China; Cold War / modern)
  • BJ2022 Brave Warrior 4×4 utility vehicle (China; modern)
  • BJ212 Beijing Jeep 4×4 utility vehicle based on the UAZ-469 (China; Cold War / modern)
  • Black Eagle Tank (Russian:Chorny Oriol) main battle tank (Russia; modern)
  • Black Knight (Unmanned combat vehicle)
  • Black Panther (popular name for the K2 Black Panther)
  • BLG-60 bridging vehicle (East Germany/Poland; Cold War)
  • BLG-67 bridging vehicle (East Germany/Poland; Cold War)
  • Blitz (popular name for the C15)
  • BLR 4×4 armoured personnel carrier (Spain; Cold War)
  • BM-11 6×6 self-propelled multiple rocket launcher based on a Ural-375D or Ural-4320 chassis (North Korea; Cold War)
  • BM-21 Grad 4×4 and 6×6 self-propelled multiple rocket launcher based on a GAZ-66, Ural-375D, Ural-4320 or ZIL-131 chassis (also known as M1964) (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • BMD-1 infantry fighting vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • BMD-2 infantry fighting vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • BMD-3 infantry fighting vehicle (Russia; modern)
  • BMM-2 8×8 ambulance based on the K1Sh1 (Russia; modern)
  • BMM-3 8×8 ambulance based on the K1Sh1 (Russia; modern)
  • BMM-80 8×8 ambulance based on the K1Sh1 (Russia; Modern)
  • BMP-1 infantry fighting vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • BMP-2 infantry fighting vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War/Modern)
  • BMP-3 infantry fighting vehicle (Russia; Modern)
  • BMP-23 infantry fighting vehicle based on the MT-LB (Bulgaria; Cold War/Modern)
  • BMP-30 infantry fighting vehicle based on the BMP-23 (Bulgaria; Modern)
  • BMR mine clearing vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • BMR-600 6×6 armoured personnel carrier (also known as Pegaso 3560) (Spain; Cold War)
  • BMS-1 Alacran halftrack armoured personnel carrier based on the M3 Halftrack (Chile; Cold War)
  • Boragh armoured personnel carrier based on the Type 86 (Iran; Modern)
  • BOV 4×4 armoured vehicle (Yugoslavia; Cold War)
  • Bradley (popular name for the M2 Bradley and M3 Bradley)
  • BRAVIA Commando Mk III armoured car (Portugal; Cold War)
  • BRDM-1 4×4 reconnaissance vehicle (also known as M1958, M1959 and M1960) (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • BRDM-2 4×4 reconnaissance vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • BRDM-3 wheeled anti-tank vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • BREM-2 armored recovery vehicle based on the BMP-1 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • BREM-L armored recovery vehicle based on the BMP-3 (Russia; Modern)
  • BRM-23 reconnaissance vehicle (Bulgaria; Cold War/Modern)
  • BT-2 light tank (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • BT-5 light tank (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • BT-7 light tank (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • BT-8 light tank (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • BTR-3 8×8 armoured personnel carrier (Ukraine; Modern)
  • BTR-4 8×8 armoured personnel carrier (Ukraine; Modern)
  • BTR-40 4×4 armoured personnel carrier (also known as M1956, M1957 and M1974/4) (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • BTR-50 tracked armoured personnel carrier (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • BTR-60 8×8 armoured personnel carrier (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • BTR-70 8×8 armoured personnel carrier (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • BTR-80 8×8 armoured personnel carrier (Soviet Union; Cold War/Modern)
  • BTR-90 8×8 armoured personnel carrier (Russia; Modern)
  • BTR-94 8×8 armoured personnel carrier (Ukraine; Modern)
  • BTR-140 (more commonly known as the BTR-152 6×6 armoured personnel carrier) (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • BTR-152 6×6 armoured personnel carrier (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • BTR-T infantry fighting vehicle (Russia; Modern)
  • BTS-1 armoured recovery vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • BTS-2 armoured recovery vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • BTS-3 armoured recovery vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • BTS-4 armoured recovery vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • Buffalo wheeled armoured personnel carrier (France; Cold War)
  • Buffalo 6×6 anti-mine vehicle based on the Casspir (United States; modern)
  • Buffalo (British designation of some of the American LVT series of amphibious vehicles)
  • Buffel 4×4 mine protected armoured personnel carrier (South Africa; Cold War)
  • Bushmaster 4×4 mine protected armoured personnel carrier (Australia; Modern)
  • Bushmaster (designation used for the LVT-3 variant of the American LVT series of amphibious vehicles)
  • Bv 202 articulated tractor and trailer (also known as the FV11021) (Sweden; Cold War)
  • Bv 206 articulated tractor and trailer (Sweden; Cold War/Modern)
  • BVP-1 infantry fighting vehicle based on the BMP-1 (Czechoslovakia; Cold War)
  • BVP-2 infantry fighting vehicle based on the BMP-2 (Czechoslovakia; Cold War/Modern)
  • BVP M-80 infantry fighting vehicle based on the M-80 (Yugoslavia; Cold War)
  • BVS10 Viking articulated tractor and trailer (Sweden; modern)
  • BVPzV Svatava reconnaissance vehicle based on the BMP-1 (Czechoslovakia; Cold War)
  • BWP-1 (Polish designation of the BMP-1 infantry fighting vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • BWP-40 infantry fighting vehicle based on the BMP-1/ CV 90 (Poland and Sweden; modern)
  • BWP-2000 infantry fighting vehicle based on the BMP-1 (Poland; modern)

C[edit]

D[edit]

  • D421 cable carrier based on the Type 60 (China; Cold War)
  • Dardo popular name for the C13 infantry fighting vehicle (also known as the VCC-80) (Italy; Modern)
  • DAF ya4440/ya4442 Dutch transport truck
  • DAF ya328 Dutch transport truck (1950–1980)
  • DAF ya126 Dutch transport truck (1947–1960)
  • DANA self-propelled 152mm howitzer (Czechoslovakia; Cold War)
  • Dingo 4×4 armoured car (Australia; World War II)
  • Dingo 4×4 armoured car (United Kingdom; World War II)
  • Dozor-B 4×4 armoured car (Ukraine; Modern)
  • DP-90 artillery reconnaissance vehicle based on the OT-90 (Czechoslovakia; Cold War)
  • DPM convoy escort vehicle based on the T-55 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • Dragoon 300 wheeled armoured fighting vehicle (United States; modern)
  • DTP-90 maintenance vehicle based on the OT-90 (Czechoslovakia; Cold War)
  • DUKW 6×6 amphibious utility vehicle (United States; World War II)
  • Duster (unofficial name for the M42 Skysweeper)
  • Dzik Armored Car (Poland; Modern)

E[edit]

F[edit]

  • F8 4×2 8-cwt truck series (Canada; World War II)
  • F15 4×2 and 4×4 15-cwt truck series (also known as the Blitz and 15cwt) (Canada; World War II)
  • F30 4×4 30-cwt truck series (Canada; World War II)
  • F60 4×4 and 6×4 60-cwt truck series (Canada; World War II)
  • Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (project name for the M1078 FMTV series)
  • FCM 36 light tank (French; pre–World War II)
  • Ferret FV711 armoured car (UK, modern)
  • Fiat 2000 light tank (Italy; World War I)
  • Fiat 3000 light tank (Italy; pre–World War II)
  • Fiat 6614 wheeled armoured personnel carrier (Italy; Cold War)
  • Fiat 6616 heavy armoured car (Italy; Cold War/modern)
  • Field Artillery Ammunition Support Vehicle (project name for the M992 FAASV)
  • Fire Support Vehicle (project name for the M981 FSV)
  • Fabrique Nationale AS 24 (Belgium; Cold War)
  • Fabrique Nationale Tricar (Belgium; World War II)
  • Ford FT-B Armored car (Poland; Polish-Soviet war)
  • Fox armoured car (CVR (W) UK, modern
  • Freccia
  • FT-17 light tank (France; World War I)
  • FT-31 light tank (France; World War II)
  • FCM 2C Alsace heavy tank (also known as Char 2C) (France; pre–World War II)
  • Fuchs (popular name for the Transportpanzer 1)
  • FUG 4×4 reconnaissance vehicle (Hungary; Cold War)
  • FV101 Scorpion light tank (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV102 Striker self-propelled ATGM carrier (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV103 Spartan armoured specialist personnel carrier (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV104 Samaritan armoured ambulance (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV105 Sultan command vehicle (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV106 Samson armoured recovery vehicle (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV107 Scimitar light tank (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV120 Spartan self-propelled anti-tank vehicle with MILAN anti-tank launcher (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV180 tractor (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV201 main battle tank (also known as the A45 Caernarvon) (United Kingdom; World War II)
  • FV214 Conqueror main battle tank (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV219 armoured recovery vehicle based on the FV201 (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV221 medium tank based on the FV201 (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV222 Conqueror armoured recovery vehicle based on the FV214 Conqueror (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV400 tank
  • FV401 Cambridge armoured personnel carrier
  • FV402 tank
  • FV420 armoured personnel carrier
  • FV421 armoured cargo carrier
  • FV422 armoured personnel carrier
  • FV423 command vehicle
  • FV424 armoured engineering vehicle
  • FV425 armoured carrier
  • FV426 anti-tank vehicle with Orange William HESH anti-tank missiles (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV431 armoured truck (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV432 armoured personnel carrier (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV433 Abbot self-propelled 105mm gun based on the FV432 chassis (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV434 armoured engineering vehicle based on the FV432 (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV435 Wavell communications vehicle
  • FV436 {variant fitted with Green Archer radar} based on the FV432 (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV437{Pathfinder vehicle with snorkel gear} based on FV432
  • FV438 Wavell self-propelled anti-tank vehicle based on the FV432 with a Swingfire anti-tank missile launcher (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV439 signals vehicle based on the FV432 (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV510 Warrior infantry fighting vehicle (United Kingdom; Cold War/Modern)
  • FV511 Warrior command vehicle (United Kingdom; Cold War/Modern)
  • FV512 Warrior armoured repair vehicle (United Kingdom; Cold War/Modern)
  • FV513 Warrior armoured recovery vehicle (United Kingdom; Cold War/Modern)
  • FV514 Warrior reconnaissance vehicle (United Kingdom; Cold War/Modern)
  • FV515 Warrior artillery command vehicle (United Kingdom; Cold War/Modern)
  • FV601 Saladin armoured car (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV603 Saracen 6×6 armoured personnel carrier (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV604 Saracen 6×6 armoured personnel carrier (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV610 6×6 command vehicle based on the FV604 Saracen (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV611 6×6 ambulance based on the FV604 Saracen (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV621 Stalwart amphibious 6×6 5 ton truck (also known as the Stolly) (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV622 Stalwart amphibious 6×6 5 ton truck (also known as the Stolly) (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV623 Stalwart amphibious 6×6 5 ton artillery supply vehicle (also known as the Stolly) (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV624 Stalwart amphibious 6×6 5 ton recovery vehicle (also known as the Stolly) (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV711 Ferret 4×4 armoured car (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV721 Fox 4×4 armoured car (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV1600 Humber 1 ton 4×4 truck (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV1601 Humber 1 ton 4×4 truck (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV1604 Humber 1 ton 4×4 truck (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV1606 Humber 1 ton 4×4 wrecker/tow truck (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV1609 Humber 1 ton 4×4 armoured vehicle based on the Humber 1 ton truck (also known as the Pig) (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV1611 Humber 1 ton 4×4 armoured vehicle based on the Humber 1 ton truck (also known as the Pig) (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV1612 Humber 1 ton 4×4 armoured vehicle (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV1620 Humber 1 ton 4×4 anti-tank vehicle with Malkara missiles based on the FV1611 (Australia and United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV3801 tractor based on the Centurion (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV3802 self-propelled 25pdr gun based on the Centurion chassis (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV3803 command vehicle based on the Centurion (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV3804 ammunition supply vehicle based on the Centurion chassis (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV3805 self-propelled 140mm gun based on the Centurion chassis (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV3806 self-propelled 183mm gun based on the Centurion chassis (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV3901 bridge layer based on the Churchill chassis (United Kingdom; World War II/Cold War)
  • FV3902 based on the Churchill (United Kingdom; World War II/Cold War)
  • FV3903 armoured engineering vehicle based on the Churchill (United Kingdom; World War II/Cold War)
  • FV3904 armoured personnel carrier based on the Churchill (United Kingdom; World War II/Cold War)
  • FV4001 Centurion main battle tank (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4002 Centurion AVLB bridging vehicle (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4003 Centurion AVRE combat engineer vehicle (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4004 Conway main battle tank based on the Centurion (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4005 self-propelled anti-tank gun based on the Centurion chassis (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4006 Centurion ARV armoured recovery vehicle (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4007 Centurion Mk 1, 2, 3, 4, 7 and 8 main battle tank (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4008 Centurion (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4009 medium tank (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4010 anti-tank vehicle with Malkara missiles based on the Centurion chassis (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4011 Centurion Mk 5 main battle tank (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4012 Centurion Mk 7 main battle tank (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4013 armoured recovery vehicle based on the Centurion (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4014 medium tank (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4015 Centurion Mk 9 main battle tank (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4016 bridge layer based on the Centurion chassis (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4017 Centurion Mk 10 main battle tank (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4018 amphibious armoured recovery based on the Centurion (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4019 bulldozer based on the Centurion chassis (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4030 Challenger main battle tank (United Kingdom; Cold War/Modern)
  • FV4034 Challenger 2 main battle tank (United Kingdom; Modern)
  • FV4101 Charioteer self-propelled anti-tank gun based on the Cromwell (United Kingdom; World War II/Cold War)
  • FV4201 Chieftain main battle tank (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4202 Centurion main battle tank (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4203 armoured engineering vehicle based on the Centurion (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4204 Chieftain ARV armoured recovery vehicle (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4205 Chieftain AVLB bridging vehicle (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4207 VHF based on the Centurion tank (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4211 prototype tank (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4333 Stormer armoured personnel carrier (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4401 prototype main battle tank similar to the Stridsvagn 103 (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4501 armoured mine clearer (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV4601 prototype main battle tank (also known as the MBT-80) (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV11021 articulated tractor and trailer (also known as the Bv 202) (Sweden; Cold War)
  • FV18005 4×4 ambulance based on the Land Rover Series I (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV18008 4×4 ambulance based on the Land Rover Series I (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV18044 4×4 ambulance based on the Land Rover Series II (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • FV18067 4×4 ambulance based on the Land Rover Series IIA and III (United Kingdom; Cold War)

G[edit]

  • G-507 6x6 1.5 ton truck (also known as the WC-62 and the WC-63 when equipped with a winch)(United States; World War II)
  • G-508 6×6 2.5 ton truck (also known as the CCKW) (United States; World War II)
  • G-630 6×6 2.5 ton truck (also known as the US-6) (United States; World War II)
  • G-651 6×6 2.5 ton truck (also known as the M-5H-6) (United States; World War II)
  • G-1400 4×4 1.5 ton truck series (United States; pre–World War II)
  • G-7100 4×4 1.5 ton truck series (United States; pre–World War II)
  • G-7117 4×4 1.5 ton truck series (United States; World War II)
  • Gadfly (popular name for the SA-11)
  • Gainful (popular name for the SA-6)
  • Gauntlet (popular name for the SA-15)
  • Gecko (popular name for the SA-8)
  • Ganef (popular name for the SA-4)
  • Gaskin (popular name for the SA-9)
  • GAZ 46 4×4 utility vehicle (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • GAZ-61 4×4 amphibious utility vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • GAZ-63 wheeled truck (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • GAZ-64 4×4 utility vehicle (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • GAZ-66 4×4 utility vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • GAZ-69 4×4 utility vehicle (also known as UAZ-69) (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • GAZ-5903 designation for the BTR-80 8×8 armoured personnel carrier (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • GAZ-59031 designation for the GAZ-5903 8×8 command vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • GAZ-59032 designation for the GAZ-5903 8×8 command vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • GAZ-59033 designation for the BREM-K 8×8 armoured recovery vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • GAZ-59034 designation for the GAZ-5903 8×8 infantry fighting vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • GAZ-59039 designation for the GAZ-5903 8×8 ambulance (Russia; modern)
  • GAZ-3937 Vodnik 4×4 armoured vehicle (Russia; Modern)
  • GAZ-39344 SIAM 4×4 reconnaissance vehicle (Russia; modern)
  • GCT self-propelled 155mm artillery (France; Cold War/modern)
  • Golan Armored Vehicle IFV/MRAP (United States/Israel; modern)
  • Gopher (popular name for the SA-13)
  • GPA 4×4 amphibious utility vehicle (United States; World War II)
  • GPW 4×4 Utility Vehicle (United States; World War II)
  • Grad (popular name for the BM-21)
  • Grenadier (popular name for the MOWAG Grenadier)
  • Grizzly (popular name for the AVGP Grizzly)
  • Grizzly (tank) Medium tank. Based on the M4 Sherman tank. (Canada; World War II)
  • Grizzly APC by Xe
  • GT-M tracked armoured personnel carrier (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • GT-MU tracked command and control vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • Guardian (popular name for the M117 Guardian)
  • Gun Carrier Mark I self-propelled artillery (United Kingdom; World War I)
  • G-Wagen 4×4 utility vehicle (West Germany; Cold War)

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I[edit]

  • IFVL infantry fighting vehicle based on the MTVL (United States; Modern)
  • Ikv 91 tracked tank destroyer (Sweden; Cold War)
  • Iltis (popular name for the Type 183)
  • International MXT-MV Possible HMMWV replacement armoured.
  • Improved TOW Vehicle (project name for the M901 ITV)
  • IMR combat engineer vehicle based on the T-55 chassis (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • IMR-2 combat engineer vehicle based on the T-72 chassis (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • Iosef Stalin series of heavy tanks (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • IS-2 (designation for the Iosef Stalin)
  • IS-3 (designation for the Iosef Stalin)
  • IT-122 self-propelled 122mm gun based on the T-55 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • IWT combat engineering vehicle based on the T-55 (Poland; Cold War)

J[edit]

K[edit]

  • K1 main battle tank (also known as Type 88) (Korea; modern)
  • K1Sh1 8×8 command post based on the BTR-80 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • K2 Black Panther main battle tank (Korea; modern)
  • K200 infantry fighting vehicle (also known as the KIFV) (South Korea; Cold War/Modern)
  • K216 NBC reconnaissance vehicle based on the K200 (South Korea; Modern)
  • K242 self-propelled 107mm mortar based on the K200 (South Korea; Modern)
  • K263 self-propelled anti-aircraft vehicle with 20mm Vulcan air defence system based on the K200 (South Korea; Modern)
  • K277 command vehicle based on the K200 (South Korea; Modern)
  • K281 self-propelled 81mm mortar based on the K200 (South Korea; Modern)
  • K288 armoured recovery vehicle based on the K200 (South Korea; Modern)
  • Fahd wheeled armoured personnel carrier (Egypt; Cold War)
  • KAFIV 30 infantry fighting vehicle based on the K200 (South Korea; Modern)
  • KAFIV 90 infantry fighting vehicle based on the K200 (South Korea; Modern)
  • KAM-1 armoured recovery vehicle based on the T-54 chassis (Finland; Cold War)
  • KAM-2 armoured recovery vehicle based on the T-55 chassis (Finland; Cold War)
  • Kangaroo armoured personnel carrier (Canada; World War II)
  • Ke-Go (army name for the Type 95 Ha-Go)
  • Kentauras infantry fighting vehicle (Greece; modern)
  • KIFV infantry fighting vehicle
  • kleiner Panzerbefehlwagen I (designation for command variant of the Panzer I)
  • Kliment Voroshilov series of heavy tanks (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • Korean Infantry Fighting Vehicle (South Korea; Cold War)
  • Kubuś Armored Car (Poland; World War II)
  • Kübelwagen (popular name for the Type 82, 86, 87, 92, 820, 821, 822, 823, 825, 826 and 827
  • Kurierwagen (popular name for the Type 181, also known as the Type 182, Thing, Safari and Trekker)
  • Kürassier (popular name for the SK-105 Kürassier, an Austrian light tank)

L[edit]

  • L3/35 light tank based on the CV-33 (also known as the Carro Veloce CV-35) (Italy; pre–World War II)
  • L6/40 light tank (also known as the Carro Armato) (Italy; World War II)
  • L-33 self-propelled 155mm gun based on a M4 Sherman chassis (Israel; Cold War)
  • Land Rover Wolf (Main utility vehicle of the British Army)
  • Landwirtschäftlicher Schlepper (cover name for the Panzer I)
  • LAV-25 8×8 armoured personnel carrier based on the Mowag Piranha (Canada; Cold War / modern)
  • LAV III 8×8 armoured personnel carrier (Canada; Cold War / modern)
  • LAV-300 6×6 armoured vehicle (also known as the V-300 Commando (United States; Cold War)
  • LAV-600 6×6 fire support vehicle (also known as the V-600 Commando (United States; Cold War)
  • Lazar BVT-SR-8808-MRAP 8×8 armoured personnel carrier (Serbia; modern)
  • Leclerc main battle tank (France; modern)
  • Leonidas-2 armoured personnel carrier based on the 4K 7FA (Greece; Modern)
  • Leopard 1 main battle tank (Germany; Cold War)
  • Leopard 2 main battle tank (Germany; Cold War/Modern)
  • Leopard security vehicle - improvised protected personnel carrier; Rhodesian Bush War
  • Liberty - popular name for US version of the Mark VIII
  • Light Tank Mark VI (United Kingdom; World War II)
  • Lince 4×4 armoured car based on the Daimler Dingo (Italy; World War II)
  • Lion of Babylon tank (Iraq; modern)
  • LMV Lince 4×4 utility vehicle (also known as the Panther CLV) (Italy; Modern)
  • Locust (popular name for the M22)
  • Logistic Vehicle System (project name for the Mk 48 LVS family)
  • LOV-ABK 4×4 NBC reconnaissance vehicle (Croatia; Modern)
  • LOV-ED 4×4 electronic warfare vehicle (Croatia; Modern)
  • LOV-IZV 4×4 reconnaissance vehicle (Croatia; Modern)
  • LOV-OP 4×4 armoured personnel carrier (Croatia; Modern)
  • LOV-RAK 4×4 self-propelled multiple rocket launcher (Croatia; Modern)
  • LOV-UP 4×4 artillery fire control vehicle (Croatia; Modern)
  • LOV-Z 4×4 command vehicle (Croatia; Modern)
  • LSVW 4×4 utility vehicle based on the 40.10WM (Italy and United States; Modern)
  • LT-105 light tank based on the ASCOD (Austria and Spain; Modern)
  • LT vz. 35 (Original Czechoslovak designation for the Panzer 35(t))
  • LT vz. 38 (Original Czechoslovak designation for the Panzer 38(t))
  • Luchs (popular name for the Spahpanzer Luchs)
  • LVT-1 amphibious vehicle (United States; World War II)
  • LVT-2 Water Buffalo amphibious vehicle (also known as Buffalo II) (United States; World War II)
  • LVT-3 Bushmaster amphibious vehicle (United States; World War II)
  • LVT-4 Water Buffalo amphibious vehicle (also known as Buffalo IV or Sea Serpent) (United States; World War II)
  • LVT-5 amphibious vehicle series (United States; Cold War)
  • LVTAA-1 amphibious vehicle with a M42 Duster turret (twin 40mm anti-aircraft guns) (United States; Cold War)
  • LVTC-5 amphibious command vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • LVTE-5 amphibious mine clearing vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • LVTH-5 amphibious self-propelled 105mm howitzer (United States; Cold War)
  • LVTP-5 amphibious armoured personnel carrier (United States; Cold War)
  • LVTR-5 amphibious recovery vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • LVT-7 (former designation for the AAV-7)
  • LVTC-7 (former designation for the AAVC-7)
  • LVTP-7 (former designation for the AAVP-7)
  • LVTR-7 (former designation for the AAVR-7)
  • Lynx 4×4 armoured car based on the Daimler Dingo (Canada; World War II)
  • Lynx (popular name for the M113 Command and Reconnaissance vehicle (United States; Cold War)

M[edit]

  • M1 Abrams main battle tank (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1 Isherman medium tank based on the M4 Sherman (Israel; Cold War)
  • M1 light tank (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M1 6×4 armoured vehicle (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M1 4×2 armoured vehicle (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M1 4×4 1.5 ton truck with earth auger based on the Chevrolet G-7100 (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M2 light tank (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M2 Bradley infantry fighting vehicle (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M2 4×4 armoured car (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M2 half-track armoured personnel carrier (United States; World War II)
  • M3 Lee medium tank (United States; World War II)
  • M3 Grant medium tank (United States / United Kingdom; World War II)
  • M3 Isherman medium tank based on the M4 Sherman (Israel; Cold War)
  • M3 Stuart light tank (United States; World War II)
  • M3 Bradley armoured reconnaissance vehicle (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M3 4×4 armoured car (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M3 half-track armoured personnel carrier (United States; World War II)
  • M3 4×4 armoured personnel carrier based on the Panhard AML (France; Cold War)
  • M4 Sherman medium tank (United States; World War II)
  • M4 4×4 armoured car (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M4 mortar halftrack carrier (United States; World War II)
  • M4 armoured command and control vehicle based on the MLRS chassis (United States; Modern)
  • M4 Tractor (United States; World War II)
  • M5 Stuart light tank (United States; World War II)
  • M5 half-track armoured personnel carrier (United States; World War II)
  • M5 Tractor (United States; World War II)
  • M6 Linebacker self-propelled anti-aircraft vehicle with FIM-92 Stinger missiles based on the M2 Bradley (United States; Modern)
  • M-5H-6 6×6 2.5 ton truck (also known as the G-651) (United States; World War II)
  • M5 Bulldozer mounted on M8 chassis (United States; Cold War)
  • M6 4×4 1.5 ton bomb disposal truck based on the Chevrolet G-7100 (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M6 Tractor (United States)
  • M6 Bulldozer mounted on the M47 Patton chassis (United States; Cold War)
  • M7 Bradley fire support vehicle (United States; Modern)
  • M7 Priest self-propelled 105mm howitzer (United States; World War II)
  • M7 Snow Tractor (United States; World War II)
  • M8 Greyhound 6×6 armoured car (United States; World War II)
  • M8 Armored Gun System 105mm armoured gun system (United States; modern)
  • M8 Scott self-propelled 75mm howitzer (United States; World War II)
  • M8 Tractor based on the M48 (United States; Cold War)
  • M8 Bulldozer based on the M8 Tractor (United States; Cold War)
  • M9 ACE combat engineer vehicle (United States; modern)
  • M9 Bulldozer mounted on the M60 chassis (United States; Cold War)
  • M10 Wolverine tank destroyer based on the M4 Sherman chassis (United States; World War II)
  • M11/39 light tank (Italy; World War II)
  • M11 4×4 armoured personnel vehicle based on the VBL (France; Cold War)
  • M12 Gun Motor Carriage self-propelled 155mm howitzer on M3 Grant chassis (United States; World War II)
  • M13 Multiple Gun Motor Carriage anti-aircraft vehicle (United States; World War II)
  • M13/40 light tank (Italy; World War II)
  • M14/41 light tank (Italy; World War II)
  • M15 CMGC anti-aircraft vehicle (United States; World War II)
  • M15/42 medium tank (Italy; World War II)
  • M16 MGMC anti-aircraft vehicle (United States; World War II)
  • M18 Hellcat self-propelled 76mm anti-tank gun (United States; World War II)
  • M19 self-propelled twin 40mm gun mounted on the M24 Chaffee chassis (United States; World War II/Cold War)
  • M20 6×6 armoured utility vehicle based on the M8 Greyhound chassis (United States; World War II)
  • M21 halftrack self-propelled 81mm mortar carrier (United States; World War II)
  • M22 Locust airmobile light tank (United States; World War II)
  • M24 Chaffee light tank (United States; World War II)
  • M26 Pershing tank (United States; World War II/Korean War)
  • M26 Tractor, component of the M25 tank transporter/recovery vehicle nicknamed "Dragon Wagon" (United States; World War II/Cold War)
  • M29 Weasel cargo carrier (United States; World War II)
  • M31 Honest John rocket carrier (United States; Cold War)
  • M32 ARV armoured recovery vehicle (United States; World War II)
  • M34 6×6 2.5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M35 6×6 2.5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M36 Jackson self-propelled 90mm anti-tank gun (United States; World War II/Cold War)
  • M36 Nike-Hercules Missile Launcher-loader (United States; Cold War)
  • M36 6×6 2.5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M37 light utility vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M38 Wolfhound 6×6 armoured car (United States; World War II)
  • M38 Willys Jeep 4×4 utility vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M39 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M39 armoured utility vehicle converted M18 Hellcat (United States)
  • M40 GMC self-propelled gun (United States; World War II)
  • M40 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M41 Walker Bulldog light tank (United States; Cold War)
  • M41 Self-propelled M114 155 mm howitzer based on the M24 Chaffee chassis (United States; Cold War)
  • M41 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M42 Duster self-propelled twin 40mm anti-aircraft guns (United States; Cold War)
  • M/42 4×4 armoured personnel carrier (also known as KP) (Sweden; World War II)
  • M42 4×4 command vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M43 4×4 ambulance (United States; Cold War)
  • M44 self-propelled 155mm howitzer on the M41 Walker Bulldog chassis (United States; Cold War)
  • M44 6×6 2.5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M45 armoured serving and refuelling vehicle based on the M548 (United States; Cold War)
  • M45 6×6 2.5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M46 Patton medium Tank (United States; Korean War/Cold War)
  • M46 6×6 2.5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M47 Patton medium tank (United States; Cold War)
  • M47 6×6 dump truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M48 Patton medium tank (United States; Vietnam War/Cold War)
  • M48 Chaparral tracked surface-to-air missile carrier (United States; Cold War)
  • M48 6×6 truck tractor (United States; Cold War)
  • M49 Otter amphibious cargo/troop carrier (United States; Cold War)
  • M49 6×6 fuel tanker (United States; Cold War)
  • M50 Super Sherman medium tank based on the M4 Sherman (Israel; Cold War)
  • M50 Honest John rocket launcher (United States; Cold War)
  • M50 Ontos Self-propelled 106mm Recoilless Rifle
  • M50 6×6 water tanker (United States; Cold War)
  • M51 Super Sherman medium tank based on the M4 Sherman (Israel; Cold War)
  • M51 Recovery vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M51 6×6 dump truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M52 self-propelled 105mm Howitzer on a M41 chassis (United States; Cold War)
  • M52 6×6 tractor (United States; Cold War)
  • M53 Long Tom self-propelled 155mm howitzer (United States; Cold War)
  • M-53 6×6 self-propelled twin 30mm anti-aircraft guns based on a V3 Praga (Czechoslovakia; Cold War)
  • M54 Self-propelled 105mm field gun (United States; Cold War)
  • M54 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M-55 main battle tank based on the T-55 (Slovenia; Cold War)
  • M55 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M56 Scorpion anti-tank vehicle carrying either a 90mm anti-tank gun or a 106mm recoilless rifle (United States; Cold War)
  • M56 4×4 utility vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M57 6×6 2.5 ton Truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M58 smoke generator vehicle based on the M113 (United States; Cold War)
  • M59 armoured personnel carrier (United States; Cold War)
  • M59 6×6 dump truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M59 4×4 utility vehicle (Romania; Cold War)
  • M60 Patton main battle tank (United States; Cold War)
  • M-60 armoured personnel carrier (previously known as the M-590) (Yugoslavia; Cold War)
  • M60 6×6 wrecker/tow truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M61 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M62 6×6 wrecker/tow truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M63 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M64 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M66 Medium Tank (United States; Cold War)
  • M67 Medium flamethrower Tank based on a M48 chassis
  • M70 Main Battle tank (United States/Germany; Cold War/modern)
  • M74 armoured recovery vehicle based on the M4 chassis (United States; Cold War)
  • M75 armoured personnel carrier (United States; Cold War)
  • M76 Otter amphibious cargo carrier (United States; Cold War)
  • M-77 main battle tank based on the T-55 (Romania; Cold War)
  • M-80 infantry fighting vehicle based on the BMP-1 (previous known as the M-980) (Yugoslavia; Cold War)
  • M-84 main battle tank based on the T-72 (Yugoslavia; Cold War/Modern)
  • M84 self-propelled 105mm mortar (United States; Cold War)
  • M85 wheeled truck tractor (United States; Cold War)
  • M88 armoured recovery vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M91 self-propelled multiple rocket launcher on a 6×6 2.5 ton Truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M-94 Plamen-S self-propelled multiple rocket launcher on a 6×6 truck (Yugoslavia)
  • M95 Degman main battle tank (Croatia; modern)
  • M93 Fox 6×6 armoured reconnaissance vehicle (Germany; Cold War)
  • M102 armoured engineering vehicle based on a M47 chassis (United States; Cold War)
  • M103 heavy tank (United States; Cold War)
  • M104 self-propelled 105mm howitzer (United States; Cold War)
  • M106 self-propelled 107mm mortar in a M113 vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M107 self-propelled 175mm gun (United States; Cold War)
  • M108 self-propelled 105mm howitzer (United States; Cold War)
  • M108 6×6 2.5 ton radio repair truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M108 6×6 wrecker/tow truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M109 self-propelled 155mm howitzer (United States; Cold War)
  • M109 6×6 2.5 ton Truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M110 self-propelled 203mm howitzer (United States; Cold War)
  • M113 armoured personnel carrier (United States; Cold War)
  • M114 command and reconnaissance vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M116 amphibious personnel carrier (United States; Cold War)
  • M123 6×6 truck tractor (United States; Cold War)
  • M124 6×6 2.5 ton radio repair truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M125 6×6 10 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M125 self-propelled 81mm mortar (United States; Cold War)
  • M132 armoured flamethrower based on the M113 (United States; Cold War)
  • M132 6×6 medical vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M133 6×6 canteen vehicle (Canada; Cold War)
  • M135 6×6 2.5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M139 6×6 transporter for the Honest John rocket (United States; Cold War)
  • M139 6×6 bridge layer (United States; Cold War)
  • M147 amphibious 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M151 MUTT 4×4 utility vehicle (United States; Vietnam)
  • M152 4×4 radio and command utility vehicle (Canada; Cold War)
  • M162 Vulcan Air Defence System based on the M732 (United States; Cold War)
  • M163 VADS Vulcan Air Defence System based on the M732 (United States; Cold War)
  • M170 4×4 utility vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M185 6×6 repair vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M195 self-propelled 105mm howitzer (United States; Cold War)
  • M201 4×4 utility vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M211 6×6 2.5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M215 6×6 dump truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M216 6×6 fuel tanker (United States; Cold War)
  • M217 6×6 fuel tanker (United States; Cold War)
  • M220 6×6 2.5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M221 6×6 truck tractor (United States; Cold War)
  • M222 6×6 water tanker (United States; Cold War)
  • M-240 Storm 4×4 utility vehicle based on the Jeep Wrangler YJ (Israel; Cold War/Modern)
  • M-242 Storm Mark II/III 4×4 utility vehicle based on the Jeep Wrangler TJ (Israel; Modern)
  • M246 6×6 wrecker/tow truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M249 heavy transporter (United States; Cold War)
  • M250 heavy transporter (United States; Cold War)
  • M268 6×6 propellant tanker (United States; Cold War)
  • M270 self-propelled multiple rocket launcher (France, Germany, United Kingdom and United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M274 Mule 4×4 utility vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M275 6×6 truck tractor (United States; Cold War)
  • M283 4×4 utility vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M289 wheeled missile launcher truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M291 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M292 6×6 2.5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M328 6×6 bridge layer (United States; Cold War)
  • M342 6×6 dump truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M348 6×6 dump truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M382 6×6 bridging layer (United States; Cold War)
  • M386 6×6 rocket launcher with single Honest John rocket (United States; Cold War)
  • M422 Mighty Mite 4×4 utility vehicle (United States; Vietnam)
  • M462 4×4 utility vehicle (also known as the Abir and Rhino) (Israel; Cold War/Modern)
  • M474 self-propelled medium range ballistic missile launcher with a MGM-31 Pershing missile based on a M113 (United States; Cold War)
  • M501 MIM-23 Hawk transporter and loader (United States; Cold War)
  • M512 6×6 2.5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M520 Goer 4×4 8 ton articulated truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M521 Self-propelled 105mm howitzer (United States; Cold War)
  • M523 wheeled truck tractor (United States; Cold War)
  • M543 6×6 wrecker/tow truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M546 self-propelled surface to air missile vehicle with MIM-46 missiles based on a M113 (United States; Cold War)
  • M548 cargo vehicle based on a M113 (United States; Cold War)
  • M551 Sheridan Armored Airborne Reconnaissance Assault Vehicle (United States; Vietnam War/ Cold War)
  • M553 Goer 4×4 articulated wrecker recovery vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M559 4×4 articulated fuel tanker based on the M520 Goer (United States; Cold War)
  • M561 Gama Goat 6×6 articulated truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M577 command vehicle based on the M113 (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M578 light armoured recovery vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M579 repair vehicle based on the M113 (United States; Cold War)
  • M-590 (previous designation of the M-60)
  • M601 4×4 power generator carrier (United States; Cold War)
  • M602 6×6 2.5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M606 Willys Jeep 4×4 utility vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M615 4×4 wheeled ambulance (United States; Cold War)
  • M621 6×6 2.5 ton Truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M622 6×6 fuel tanker (United States; Cold War)
  • M623 6×6 2.5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M624 6×6 dump truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M656 8×8 5 ton air-transportable and floatable truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M667 self-propelled missile launcher carrying the MGM-52 Lance surface to surface missile (United States; Cold War)
  • M688 supply vehicle for the MGM-52 Lance surface to surface missile based on the M113 (United States; Cold War)
  • M696 recovery vehicle based on the M548 (United States; Cold War)
  • M706 4×4 armoured vehicle (also known as the V-100 Commando (United States; Cold War)
  • M715 Jeep 4×4 utility vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M718 MUTT 4×4 ambulance based on the M151 MUTT (United States; Cold War)
  • M724 Jeep 4×4 utility vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M725 Jeep 4×4 ambulance (United States; Cold War)
  • M726 Jeep 4×4 maintenance vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M727 self-propelled surface to air missile launcher with MIM-23 Hawk missiles based on the M113 (United States; Cold War)
  • M728 CEV combat engineer vehicle (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M730 carrier for the M48 Chaparral launcher based on the M113 (United States; Cold War)
  • M732 self-propelled M162 Vulcan Air Defence System based on the M113 (United States; Cold War)
  • M734 infantry fighting vehicle based on the M113 (United States; Cold War)
  • M741 self-propelled M163 Vulcan Air Defence System based on the M113 (United States; Cold War)
  • M748 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M751 6×6 2.5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M752 self-propelled MGM-52 Lance surface to surface missile launcher based on the M113 (United States; Cold War)
  • M756 6×6 pipeline maintenance vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M757 8×8 truck tractor (United States; Cold War)
  • M763 6×6 telephone maintenance vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M764 6×6 earth boring maintenance vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • M791 8×8 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M792 4×4 articulated ambulance based on the M520 Goer (United States; Cold War)
  • M806 armoured recovery vehicle based on the M113 (United States; Cold War)
  • M809 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M810 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M811 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M812 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M813 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M814 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M815 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M816 wrecker/tow truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M817 6×6 dump truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M818 6×6 truck tractor (United States; Cold War)
  • M819 6×6 wrecker/tow truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M820 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M821 6×6 bridge transporter (United States; Cold War)
  • M825 4×4 self-propelled recoilless rifle based on the M151 MUTT (United States; Cold War)
  • M877 Goer 4×4 articulated truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M880 4×4 utility vehicle based on the Dodge pickup truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M881 4×4 utility vehicle based on the Dodge pickup truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M882 4×4 utility vehicle based on the Dodge pickup truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M883 4×4 utility vehicle based on the Dodge pickup truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M884 4×4 utility vehicle based on the Dodge pickup truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M885 4×4 utility vehicle based on the Dodge pickup truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M886 4×4 Ambulance based on the Dodge pickup truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M887 4×4 Maintenance vehicle based on the Dodge pickup truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M888 4×4 Telephone Maintenance vehicle based on the Dodge pickup truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M890 4×2 utility vehicle based on the Dodge pickup truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M891 4×2 utility vehicle based on the Dodge pickup truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M892 4×2 utility vehicle based on the Dodge pickup truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M893 4×2 ambulance based on the Dodge pickup truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M901 ITV self-propelled TOW missile launcher based on the M113 (United States; Cold War)
  • M915 6×4 truck tractor, line haul (United States; Cold War)
  • M916 6×6 truck tractor, w/winch (United States; Cold War)
  • M917 8×6 truck chassis, for 20-ton dump truck (United States; Cold War)
  • M918 6×6 truck chassis, for 1,500 gallon bituminous distributor (United States; Cold War)
  • M919 8×6 truck chassis, for concrete mobile mixer (United States; Cold War)
  • M920 8×6 truck tractor, MET, w/winch (United States; Cold War)
  • M923 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M924 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M925 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M926 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M927 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M928 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M929 6×6 dump truck (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M930 6×6 dump truck (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M931 6×6 truck tractor (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M932 6×6 truck tractor (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M933 6×6 truck tractor (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M934 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M935 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M936 6×6 wrecker/tow truck (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M939 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M940 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M941 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M944 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M945 6×6 5 ton truck (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M966 4×4 self-propelled TOW missile launcher based on the HMMWV (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M973 4×4 self-propelled Stinger surface to air missile launcher based on the HMMWV (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M977 HEMTT 8×8 10 ton heavy truck (United States; modern)
  • M978 HEMTT 8×8 fuel tanker (United States; modern)
  • M-980 (previous designation of the M-80)
  • M981 FISTV self-propelled TOW missile launcher based on the M113 (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M983 HEMAT 8×8 tractor-trailer ammunition vehicle (United States; modern)
  • M984 HEMTT 8×8 10 ton wrecker recovery vehicle (United States; modern)
  • M985 HEMTT 8×8 10 ton truck with crane (United States; modern)
  • M992 FAASV ammunition vehicle (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M993 self-propelled multiple rocket launcher (France, Germany, United Kingdom and United States; Modern)
  • M996 4×4 ambulance based on the HMMWV (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M997 4×4 ambulance based on the HMMWV (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M998 HMMWV 4×4 utility vehicle (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1001 8×8 truck tractor (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M1002 8×8 wrecker recovery Truck (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M1008 4×4 utility vehicle based on the General Motors Model K30903 (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M1009 4×4 utility vehicle based on the Chevrolet K5 Blazer (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M1010 4×4 ambulance based on the M1008 (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M1015 electronic warfare systems carrier based on the M113 (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M1025 HMMWV 4×4 weapon carrier (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1026 HMMWV 4×4 weapon carrier (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1028 HMMWV 4×4 electronic systems carrier (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1031 4×4 utility vehicle based on the M1008 (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M1035 HMMWV 4×4 ambulance (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1036 4×4 self-propelled TOW missile launcher based on the HMMWV (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1037 HMMWV 4×4 shelter carrier (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1038 HMMWV 4×4 utility vehicle (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1042 HMMWV 4×4 shelter carrier (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1043 HMMWV 4×4 weapon carrier (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1044 HMMWV 4×4 weapon carrier (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1045 4×4 self-propelled TOW missile launcher based on the HMMWV (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1046 4×4 self-propelled TOW missile launcher based on the HMMWV (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1059 smoke generator vehicle based on the M113 (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M1064 self-propelled 120mm mortar based on the M113 (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1068 command vehicle based on the M113 (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1069 HMMWV 4×4 light artillery mover (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1070 Bradley electronic warfare systems carrier (United States; modern)
  • M1070 Heavy Equipment Transporter, truck tractor (United States; Modern)
  • M1078 FMTV truck series (United States; modern)
  • M1097 HMMWV 4×4 utility vehicle (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1097 Avenger, self-propelled air-defence vehicle with FIM-92 Stinger missiles on the HMMWV chassis (United States; Modern)
  • M1108 armoured carrier based on the M113 (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • M1109 HMMWV 4×4 weapon carrier (United States; Modern)
  • M1113 HMMWV 4×4 utility vehicle (United States; Modern)
  • M1114 HMMWV 4×4 weapon carrier with improved armour protection (United States; Modern)
  • M1115 HMMWV 4×4 self-propelled TOW missile launcher based on the HMMWV (United States; Modern)
  • M1116 4×4 armoured security vehicle based on the HMMWV (United States; Modern)
  • M117 Guardian 4×4 armoured security vehicle based on the V-100 Commando (United States; Modern)
  • M1120 8×8 load handling system based on the HEMTT (United States; modern)
  • M1121 HMMWV 4×4 self-propelled TOW missile launcher based on the HMMWV (United States; Modern)
  • M1123 HMMWV 4×4 utility vehicle (United States; Modern)
  • M1124 HMMWV 4×4 utility vehicle (United States; Modern)
  • M1151 HMMWV 4×4 weapon carrier (United States; Modern)
  • M1152 HMMWV 4×4 utility vehicle (United States; Modern)
  • M1917 (American service designation for the Renault FT-17)
  • M1919 light tank (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M1921 medium tank prototype (also known as Medium A) (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M1921 light tank (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M1922 medium tank prototype (also known as Medium A) (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M1923 medium tank prototype (also known as Medium A) (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M1924 medium tank prototype (also known as Medium A) (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M1928 light tank (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M1931 light tank (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M1932 light tank (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M1932 4×2 armoured 5 ton truck based on the Standard B Liberty truck (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M1933 airborne armoured vehicle (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M1937 light tank (United States; pre–World War II)
  • M1945 NATO reporting name for the T-34 medium tank (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • M1946 NATO reporting name for the T-54 main battle tank (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1947 NATO reporting name for the T-34 medium tank (Poland; Cold War)
  • M1949 NATO reporting name for the T-54 main battle tank (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1951 NATO reporting name for the T-54 main battle tank (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1953 NATO reporting name for the T-54 main battle tank (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1956 NATO reporting name for the BTR-40 4×4 armoured personnel carrier (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1957 NATO reporting name for the BTR-40 4×4 armoured personnel carrier (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1958 NATO reporting name for the BRDM-1 4×4 reconnaissance vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1959 NATO reporting name for the BRDM-1 4×4 reconnaissance vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1960 NATO reporting name for the BRDM-1 4×4 reconnaissance vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1964 NATO reporting name for the ZSU-23-4 self-propelled anti-aircraft 23mm guns (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1965 NATO reporting name for the ZSU-23-4 self-propelled anti-aircraft 23mm guns (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1968 NATO reporting name for the ZSU-23-4 self-propelled anti-aircraft 23mm guns (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1970 NATO reporting name for the T-55 main battle tank (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1970 NATO reporting name for the T-34 medium tank (Poland; Cold War)
  • M1971 NATO reporting name for the 2S1 Gvozdika self-propelled 122mm howitzer (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1972 NATO reporting name for the ZSU-23-4 self-propelled anti-aircraft 23mm guns (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1973 NATO reporting name for the 2S3 Akatsiya self-propelled 152mm howitzer (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1974 NATO reporting name for the 2S1 Gvozdika self-propelled 122mm howitzer (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1975 NATO reporting name for the 2S7 Pion self-propelled 203mm howitzer (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1975 NATO reporting name for the 2S4 Tyulpan self-propelled 240mm mortar (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1975/4 NATO reporting name for the BTR-40 4×4 armoured personnel carrier (Cuba; Cold War)
  • M1977 NATO reporting name for the ZSU-23-4 self-propelled anti-aircraft 23mm guns (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1977 8×8 common bridge transporter based on the HEMTT (United States; modern)
  • M1978 NATO reporting name for the T-64 main battle tank (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1979 NATO reporting name for the MTK-2 mine clearing vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1978 NATO reporting name for the BTR-70 8×8 armoured personnel carrier (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1981 NATO reporting name for the 2S5 Giatsint-S self-propelled 152mm gun (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1980/1 NATO reporting name for the T-72 main battle tank (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1980/2 NATO reporting name for the T-64 main battle tank (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1981/3 NATO reporting name for the T-72 main battle tank (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1984 NATO reporting name for the T-72 main battle tank (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1984 NATO reporting name for the Type 59 main battle tank (China; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1984 NATO reporting name for the BTR-70 8×8 armoured personnel carrier (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1984 NATO reporting name for the WZ523 6×6 armoured personnel carrier (China; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1985 NATO reporting name for the Type 55 main battle tank (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1985 NATO reporting name for a light tank based on the VTT-323 (China; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1985 NATO reporting name for the ZSU-23-4 self-propelled anti-aircraft 23mm guns (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1986 NATO reporting name for the T-72 main battle tank (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1986 NATO reporting name for the T-55 main battle tank (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1986 NATO reporting name for the BTR-70 8×8 armoured personnel carrier (Soviet Union; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1986 NATO reporting name for the Tunguska-M1 self-propelled twin 30mm anti-aircraft guns and missiles (Soviet Union; Cold War/Modern)
  • M1988 NATO reporting name for the T-72 main battle tank (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M1990 NATO reporting name for the T-72 main battle tank (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • M-2001 Main Battle Tank (Serbia; Modern)
  • MAC-1 4×4 armoured car (United States; Cold War)
  • MAC-2 4×4 armoured car based on the MAC-1 (Spain; Cold War)
  • Mae West (popular name for the M2 Light Tank)
  • Magach main battle tank (Israel; Cold War)
  • Majnoon self-propelled 155mm howitzer (Iraq; modern)
  • Mamba mine proof wheeled armoured personnel carrier (South Africa; modern)
  • MAR 240 self-propelled multiple rocket launcher based on a M4 Sherman chassis (Israel; Cold War)
  • MAR 290 self-propelled multiple rocket launcher based on a M4 Sherman chassis (Israel; Cold War)
  • Marauder (vehicle) armoured vehicle
  • Marder II self-propelled 75mm antitank gun on a Panzer II chassis (Germany; World War II)
  • Marder (IFV) infantry fighting vehicle (Germany; Cold War/modern)
  • Mark I series of tanks (United Kingdom; World War I)
  • Mark VIII Liberty (Anglo-American version of the Mark I (tank))
  • Mark IX tank armoured personnel carrier (United Kingdom; World War I)
  • Mark E light tank (also known as the Vickers 6 ton) (United Kingdom; pre–World War II)
  • Matador armoured vehicle
  • Maverick internal security vehicle
  • MAZ-543 8×8 transport/launcher of the Scud short range ballistic missile (also known as the 9P117) (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • MB Willys Jeep 4×4 Utility Vehicle(related to Ford GPW)(United States and United Kingdom; World War II)
  • MB-3 Tamoio main battle tank (Brazil; Cold War/Modern)
  • Mbombe armoured vehicle
  • MBP 8×8 armoured security vehicle based on the BTR-70 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • MBT-70 prototype main battle tank (United States and Germany; Cold War, cancelled)
  • MBT-80 prototype main battle tank (also known as the FV4601) (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • MBT-2000 main battle tank (also known as the Al-Khalid) (China and Pakistan; modern)
  • MCV-80 (early designation for the FV510 Warrior)
  • MDT David 4×4 armoured utility vehicle based on the Land Rover Defender (United States; modern)
  • Medium A medium tank prototypes (also known as M1921, M1922, M1923 and M1924) (United States; pre–World War II)
  • Medium Mark A (official designation for the Whippet Mk A)
  • Medium Mark B medium tank (United Kingdom; World War I)
  • Medium Mark C medium tank (United Kingdom; World War I)
  • Merkava main battle tank (Israel; modern)
  • MEX-1 4×4 armoured car based on the MAC-1 (United States; Cold War)
  • Mk 48 LVS 10 ton truck (United States; modern)
  • Mk 61 self-propelled 105mm gun (France; Cold War)
  • Mk F3 self-propelled 155mm gun (France; Cold War)
  • MLI-84 infantry fighting vehicle based on the BMP-1 (Soviet Union; Cold War) (Romania; Cold War / modern)
  • MLRS (acronym for the M270 and M993 Multiple Launch Rocket System)
  • MLVM armoured personnel carrier (Romania; Cold War)
  • MLVW 6×6 2.5 ton truck series (Canada and United States; Modern)
  • Mobile Gun System version of the Stryker AFV mounting a 105 mm tank gun
  • Mowag Grenadier wheeled armoured personnel carrier (Switzerland; Cold War)
  • Mowag Piranha wheeled armoured personnel carrier (Switzerland; Cold War/modern)
  • Mowag Roland wheeled APC (Switzerland; Cold War)
  • Mowag Shark wheeled combat vehicle (Switzerland; modern)
  • Mowag SPY wheeled light reconnaissance vehicle (Switzerland; modern)
  • Mowag Tornado infantry fighting vehicle (Switzerland; modern)
  • MP-31armoured staff vehicle based on the BMP-1 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • MPAEJ 8×8 combat engineering vehicle based on the BTR-80 (Hungary; Cold War)
  • MPFJ 8×8 obstacle clearing vehicle based on the BTR-80 (Hungary; Cold War)
  • MRAP Mine Resistant Ambush Protected
  • MT-55 bridging vehicle (Czechoslovakia and Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • MTK-2 mine clearing vehicle based on the 2S1 chassis (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • MT-LB armoured personnel carrier (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • MT-LBu armoured multi-purpose carrier (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • MTP-3 armoured recovery vehicle based on the IT-122 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • MTU-20 bridging vehicle based on the T-55 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • MTU-72 bridge layer vehicle based on the T-72 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • MTVC cargo carrier based on the MTVL (United States; Modern)
  • MTVF engineering vehicle based on the MTVL (United States; Modern)
  • MTVL armoured vehicle based on the M113 (United States; Modern)
  • MTVR six-wheel drive all-terrain vehicle that replaced the M939 (United States; Modern)
  • MU-90 mine layer vehicle based on the OT-90 (Czechoslovakia; Cold War)
  • Mungo ESK wheeled armoured personnel carrier (Germany; modern)
  • MVJ 8×8 armoured recovery vehicle based on the BTR-80 (Hungary; Cold War)

N[edit]

  • "Nahuel" D.L. 43 medium tank (Argentina; World War II)
  • Nashorn (Hornisse) tank destroyer (Germany; World War II)
  • NGV-1 6×6 infantry fighting vehicle based on the WZ551 (China; modern)
  • NJ2045 4×4 utility vehicle (China; modern)
  • NJ2046 4×4 utility vehicle based on the Iveco 40.19WM (China; modern)
  • NM-142 infantry fighting vehicle based on the M113 (Norway; Cold War)
  • NM-142 self-propelled anti-tank vehicle with TOW2 missiles based on the M113 (Norway; Cold War)
  • NVH-1 infantry combat vehicle (China; modern)
  • Nyala (popular name for the RG-31)
  • NZLAV 8×8 infantry fighting vehicle based on the LAV III (Canada; Modern)

O[edit]

  • OF-40 main battle tank (Italy; Cold War)
  • OF-120 main battle tank (Italy; modern)
  • Ogum (popular name for the EE-T4 Ogum)
  • Olifant Mk 1B main battle tank (South Africa; Cold War/modern)
  • Orca (popular name for the VTP-1 Orca)
  • Osorio (popular name for the EE-T1 Osório series)
  • OT-54 flamethrower tank based on the T-54 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • OT-55 flamethrower tank based on the T-55 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • OT-62 armoured personnel carrier based on the BTR-50 (Czechoslovakia and Poland; Cold War)
  • OT-64 SKOT armoured personnel carrier based on the BTR-60 (Czechoslovakia and Poland; Cold War)
  • OT-65 4×4 reconnaissance vehicle (Czechoslovakia and Hungary; Cold War)
  • OT-90 armoured personnel carrier based on the BMP-1 (Czechoslovakia; Cold War)

P[edit]

  • P4 4×4 utility vehicle based on the Mercedes-Benz G-Class (France; Cold War)
  • P26/40 (alternate designation for the Carro Armato P 40)
  • P40 medium tank (also known as the Carro Pesante P26/40) (Italy; World War II)
  • P-90 (alternative designation for the Al-Khalid main battle tank) (Chaina and Pakistan; modern)
  • P-240 8×8 switchboard vehicle based on the K1Sh1 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • Paladin (popular name for later versions of the M109 howitzer)
  • PPandur I 6x6 armoured vehicle (Austria; Cold War/Modern)
  • Pandur II 8×8 armoured vehicle (Austria; Modern)
  • Pangu (popular name for the XA-180 Pangu)
  • Panther (popular name for the Panzer V)
  • Panther CLV 4×4 utility vehicle (also known as the LMV Lince) (Italy and United Kingdom; Modern)
  • Panzer I light tank (Germany; World War II)
  • Panzer II light tank (Germany; World War II)
  • Panzer III medium tank (Germany; World War II)
  • Panzer IV medium tank (Germany; World War II)
  • Panzer V Panther main battle tank (Germany; World War II)
  • Panzer VI Tiger heavy tank (Germany; World War II)
  • Panzer VIII Maus super-heavy tank (Germany; World War II)
  • Panzer 35(t) light/medium tank (Czechoslovakia; World War II)
  • Panzer 38(t) light/medium tank (Czechoslovakia; World War II)
  • Patria AMV 8×8 or 6×6 multi-role military vehicle produced by the Finnish weapons manufacturer Patria
  • Patton (popular name for the M46, M47, M48 and M60 Patton-series main battle tanks)
  • Pbv 301 armoured personnel carrier (also known as the Pansarbandvagn 301) (Sweden; Cold War)
  • Pbv 302 armoured personnel carrier (also known as the Pansarbandvagn 302) (Sweden; Cold War)
  • Pbv 401 armoured personnel carrier based on the MT-LB (also known as the Pansarbandvagn 401) (Sweden; Cold War)
  • Pegaso 3560 armoured personnel carrier (Spain; Cold War)
  • Petit Véhicule Protégé full name for the PVP armoured utility vehicle (France; modern)
  • Pilot Bantom 4×4 Utility Vehicle Prototype (United States; pre–World War II)
  • Piranha (popular name for the MOWAG Piranha)
  • Pizarro (popular name for the Spanish ASCOD infantry fighting vehicle) (Austria and Spain; Modern)
  • Plasan Sand Cat light armoured vehicle (Israel; modern)
  • PLZ05 self-propelled 155mm howitzer (China; modern)
  • PLZ45 self-propelled 155mm howitzer (also known as the Type 88) (China; modern)
  • PLZ89 self-propelled 122mm howitzer (also known as the Type 89) (China; modern)
  • PMCz-90 armoured bridge layer based on the T-72 chassis (Poland; Cold War/modern)
  • Poprad air defense missile system (Poland; Modern)
  • PRP-3 Val artillery reconnaissance vehicle based on the BMP-1 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • PRP-4 Deyterij artillery reconnaissance vehicle based on the BMP-1 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • PSZH-IV light wheeled armoured personnel carrier (Hungary; Cold War)
  • PT-76 amphibious light tank (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • PT-91 Twardy main battle tank (Poland; modern)
  • PTL02 6×6 armoured car based on the WZ551 (also known as Type 02)(China; modern)
  • PU-12M 8×8 air defence command vehicle based on the K1Sh1 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • Pulse 4×4 ambulance based on the Land Rover Defender 130XD (United Kingdom; Modern)
  • Puma 4×4 and 6×6 armoured vehicles (Italy; Modern)
  • Puma 4×4 armoured utility vehicle (South African, Modern)
  • PVP armoured 4×4 utility vehicle (France; modern)
  • PvBv 551 articulated tractor and trailer with anti-tank missile launcher (also known as PvBv 2063) (Sweden; Cold War)
  • PvBv 2062 articulated tractor and trailer with recoilless rifle (Sweden; Cold War)
  • PvBv 2063 articulated tractor and trailer with anti-tank missile launcher (also known as PvBv 551) (Sweden; Cold War)
  • PvBv 551 articulated tractor and trailer with anti-tank missile launcher (also known as PvBv 2063) (Sweden; Cold War)
  • Pz 55 (Swiss designation for the FV4001 Centurion Mk 5)
  • Pz 57 (Swiss designation for the FV4001 Centurion Mk 7)
  • Pz 58 main battle tank (Switzerland; Cold War)
  • Pz 61 main battle tank (Switzerland; Cold War)
  • Pz 68 main battle tank (Switzerland; Cold War)
  • Pz 87 Leo (Swiss designation for the Leopard I)
  • PZA Loara Self-propelled anti-aircraft gun (Poland; Modern)

Q[edit]

  • QL550 armoured 4×4 utility vehicle (China; modern)

R[edit]

  • R-2 (Romanian designation for the Panzer 35(t))
  • R3 Capraia armoured car (Italy; Cold War/modern)
  • R35 light tank (France; pre–World War II)
  • R39 light tank (France; World War II)
  • R40 light tank (France; World War II)
  • R-149 8×8 signals and command vehicle based on the K1Sh1 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • R-165 8×8 signals vehicle based on the K1Sh1 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • R421 mobile radar vehicle based on the Type 60 (China; Cold War)
  • R-439 8×8 Sat COM vehicle based on the BTR-80 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • R914 mobile radar vehicle based on the Type 60 (China; Cold War)
  • Ram Mk.I & Mk.II Cruiser tank (Canada; World War II)
  • RAM 2000 4×4 scout vehicle (Israel; Cold War)
  • Ratel infantry fighting vehicle series (South Africa; Cold War)
  • RBY 4×4 scout vehicle (Israel; Cold War)
  • RGV-9 4×4 armoured vehicle (South Africa; Cold War/Modern)
  • RG-12 4×4 armoured vehicle (South Africa; Modern)
  • RG-19 Caddie 4×4 armoured vehicle based on the Unimog 416 (South Africa; Cold War/Modern)
  • RG-31 Nyala 4×4 and 6×6 mine proof vehicle (South Africa; modern)
  • RG-32 Scout 4×4 mine proof vehicle (South Africa; modern)
  • RG-33 4×4 and 6×6 mine proof vehicle (South Africa; Modern)
  • RKhM-4 8×8 NBC reconnaissance vehicle based on the BTR-80 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • RM-70 8×8 self-propelled multiple rocket launcher (Czechoslovakia; Cold War)
  • RN-94 6×6 armoured personnel carrier (Romania - Turkey; Modern)
  • Rolls-Royce Armoured Car (United Kingdom; World War I)
  • Rooikat armoured car (South Africa; modern)
  • Rosomak 8×8 IFV (Poland; modern)
  • RPX 90 4×4 armoured car (France; modern)
  • RPX 3000 4×4 light armoured car (France; modern)
  • VPX 5000 tracked light armoured fighting vehicle (France; modern)
  • RPX 6000 4×4 armoured car (France; modern)

S[edit]

  • S52 armoured vehicle based on the Land Rover Defender (Australia and United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • S53 air defence vehicle based on the Land Rover Defender (Australia and United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • S54 anti-hijack vehicle based on the Land Rover Defender (Australia and United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • S55 armoured personnel carrier based on the Land Rover Defender (Australia and United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • S600 armoured personnel carrier based on the (Australia and United Kingdom; Modern)
  • Sabra main battle tank (Israel; Cold War/modern)
  • Sabre (tank) member of the CVR(T) family
  • Safari (popular name for the Kurierwagen, also known as the Type 181, Type 182, Thing and Trekker)
  • Sagaie (popular name for the ERC-90 Sagaie)
  • Sakr-18 6×6 self-propelled multiple rocket launcher based on the BM-21 (Egypt; Cold War)
  • Saladin (popular name for the FV601 Saladin)
  • Samaritan (popular name for the FV104 Samaritan)
  • SAMIL 20 4×4 2 ton truck (South Africa; Cold War/Modern)
  • SAMIL 50 4×4 5 ton truck (South Africa; Cold War/Modern)
  • SAMIL 100 6×6 10 ton truck (South Africa; Cold War/Modern)
  • Samson (popular name for the FV106 Samson)
  • Sand Cat armoured vehicle (Israel; modern)
  • Saracen (popular name for the FV603 Saracen)
  • Sarath infantry fighting vehicle based on the BMP-1 (India; Cold War)
  • Saur 8×8 armoured personnel carrier(Romania; Modern)
  • Saxon (popular name for the AT105 Saxon)
  • Schneider CA1 tank (France; World War I)
  • Schützenpanzer Lang HS.30 armoured personnel carrier (West Germany; Cold War)
  • Schwimmwagen (popular name for the Type 128 and Type 166)
  • Scimitar (popular name for the FV107 Scimitar)
  • Scorpion (popular name for the FV101 Scorpion)
  • Scout 4×4 armoured car (United States; Cold War/modern)
  • Scout (popular name for the RG-32)
  • SdKfz 101 (vehicle designation for the Panzer I)
  • SdKfz 265 (vehicle designation for the command version of the Panzer I)
  • Sea Serpent (British flame-thrower equipped variant of American LVT series of amphibious vehicles)
  • Semovente 47 self-propelled 47mm gun based on the L6/40 chassis (Italy; World War II)
  • Semovente 75 self-propelled 75mm gun based on the M13/40, M14/41 and M15/42 chassis (Italy; World War II)
  • Semovente 90 self-propelled 75mm gun based on the M14/41 chassis (Italy; World War II)
  • Semovente 105 self-propelled 105mm gun based on the M15/42 chassis (Italy; World War II)
  • Semovente 149 self-propelled 149mm gun (Italy; World War II)
  • Sexton self-propelled artillery (Canada; World War II)
  • SFQ2040 LieYing (Falcon) 4×4 utility vehicle based on the HMMWV (China; modern)
  • SH1 6×6 self-propelled 155mm howitzer (China; modern)
  • SH2 6×6 self-propelled 122mm howitzer (China; modern)
  • Shark (popular name for the MOWAG Shark)
  • Sheridan (popular name for the M551 Sheridan)
  • Sherman (Official UK name for the M4 Medium tank)
  • Sherman Firefly medium tank (United Kingdom; World War II)
  • Shilka (popular name for the ZSU-23-4)
  • ShM-120 Pram self-propelled 120mm mortar on the BMP-1 chassis (Czechoslovakia; Cold War)
  • Shoet wheeled armoured personnel carrier (Israel; modern)
  • SIBMAS series of armoured combat vehicles (Belgium; Cold War/modern)
  • Simba (APC) (United Kingdom; Cold War)
  • SK-105 Kürassier light tank (Austria; Cold War)
  • Skeleton tank experimental US tank of 1918
  • Skink prototype self-propelled anti-aircraft tank (Canada; World War II)
  • Snow Trac Swedish made light tracked vehicle (UK Royal Marines, NATO; Cold War)
  • SKOT wheeled armoured personnel carrier (Czechoslovakia/Poland; Cold War)
  • SKP-5 mobile crane mounted on the T-55 chassis (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • Spahpanzer Luchs wheeled reconnaissance vehicle (Germany; Cold War)
  • Spartan (popular name for the FV103 Spartan)
  • SPG-12 mobile crane mounted on the T-55 chassis (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • SPR-2 8×8 electronic warfare vehicle based on the BTR-70 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • SPW 70 designation for East Germany's BTR-70 (Romania; Cold War)
  • SPY (designation for the MOWAG SPY)
  • Stallion Medium Duty Logistical and Tactical Defence Vehicle, India
  • St Chamond heavy tank (France; World War I)
  • Standard B Liberty 4×2 3-5 ton truck (United States; World War I)
  • Stingray light tank (United States; modern)
  • Storm (popular name for the M-240/M-242 4×4 utility vehicle (Israel; modern)
  • Stormer (popular name for the FV4333 Stormer)
  • Striker (popular name for the FV102 Striker)
  • Stridsvagn m/41 a Czechoslovak TNH tank built in Sweden by Scania-Vabis under license during the Second World War.
  • Stridsvagn 74 main battle tank (Sweden; Cold War)
  • Stridsvagn 81 (Swedish designation for Mark 3 models of the British Centurion tank)
  • Stridsvagn 101 (Swedish designation for Mark 10 models of the British Centurion tank)
  • Stridsvagn 102 (Swedish designation for upgraded Mark 3 models of the British Centurion tank)
  • Stridsvagn 103 main battle tank (Sweden; Cold War)
  • Stridsvagn 104 (Swedish designation for upgraded Stridsvagn 102 tanks, models of the British Centurion tank)
  • Stridsvagn 121 (Swedish designation for German Leopard 2A4 tanks which were previously in Bundeswehr service)
  • Stridsvagn 122 (Swedish designation for the German Leopard 2 tank)
  • Stryker popular name for the Stryker family of wheeled armoured vehicles (United States; modern)
  • SU 60 armoured personnel carrier (also known as Type 60) (Japan; Cold War)
  • SU-76 tank destroyer (Soviet Union; Second World War)
  • SU-85 tank destroyer (Soviet Union; Second World War)
  • SU-100 tank destroyer (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • Sultan (popular name for the FV105 Sultan)
  • SV 60 self-propelled 81mm mortar carrier (also known as Type 60) (Japan; Cold War)
  • SVO mine clearing vehicle based on the BMP-1 (Czechoslovakia; Cold War)
  • SX 60 self-propelled 107mm mortar carrier (also known as Type 60) (Japan; Cold War)
  • SX250 6×6 truck based on the Ural-375 chassis (also known as the SX2150) (China; Cold War)
  • SX2110 4×4 3.5 ton truck (China; modern)
  • SX2150 6×6 truck based on the Ural-375 chassis (also known as the SX250) (China; Cold War)
  • SX2153 6×6 truck based on the Ural-375 chassis (also known as the SX250) (China; Cold War)
  • SX2190 6×6 7 ton truck (China; modern)
  • SX2270 8×8 12 ton truck (China; modern)
  • SX2300 8×8 15 ton truck (China; modern)
  • SX4240 6×6 truck tractor based on the Ural-375 chassis (also known as the SX250) (China; Cold War)
  • SX4260 6×6 truck tractor (China; modern)

T[edit]

  • T5 4×4 self-propelled 107mm mortar based on a M3 Scout Car (United States; pre–World War II)
  • T5 armoured vehicle (United States; pre–World War II)
  • T6 half-track armoured vehicle (United States; pre–World War II)
  • T6 4×2 armoured car (United States; pre–World War II)
  • T6 T6 project Tank culminating in the M4 Sherman Tank (United States; World War II)
  • T7 4×2 armoured car (United States; pre–World War II)
  • T7 4×2 armoured car (United States; pre–World War II)
  • T8 4×2 armoured car (United States; pre–World War II)
  • T9 4×2 armoured car (United States; pre–World War II)
  • T9 4×4 armoured car (United States; pre–World War II)
  • T-10 heavy tank (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • T10 4×2 armoured car (also known as the Palmer Car) (United States; pre–World War II)
  • T11 4×4 armoured car (United States; pre–World War II)
  • T12 4×2 armoured car (United States; pre–World War II)
  • T13 4×4 armoured car (United States; pre–World War II)
  • T14 T14 project Tank (United States; World War II)
  • T-16 light tank based on the Renault FT-17 (Soviet Union; pre–World War II)
  • T17 Deerhound 6×6 armoured car (United States; World War II)
  • T17 Staghound 4×4 armoured car (United States; World War II)
  • T-18 light tank based on the Renault FT-17 (Soviet Union; pre–World War II)
  • T18 Boarhound 8×8 armoured car (United States; World War II)
  • T-19 prototype light tank based on the T-16/18 (Soviet Union; pre–World War II)
  • T-20 prototype light tank based on the T-16/18 (Soviet Union; pre–World War II)
  • T19 Half Track 105mm Howitzer Carrier(United States; World War II)
  • T20 T20 series culminating in M26 Medium Tank (United States; World War II)
  • T21 6×4 armoured car (United States; World War II)
  • T-24 medium tank (Soviet Union; pre–World War II)
  • T24 alternative designation for the M24 Chaffee light tank (United States; World War II)
  • T22 alternative designation for the M8 Greyhound 6×6 armoured car (United States; World War II)
  • T-26 light tank (Soviet Union; pre–World War II)
  • T-27 tankette (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • T-28 medium tank (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • T-34 medium tank (also known as M1943, M1944, M1945 and M1947) (Soviet Union; World War II; best tank of World War II)
  • T-35 heavy tank (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • T-37 amphibious light tank (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • T-38 amphibious light tank (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • T-40 amphibious light tank (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • T-43 medium tank (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • T-44 medium tank (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • T-50 light tank (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • T-54 main battle tank (also known as M1946, M1949, M1951, M1953, M1985 and M1986) (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • T-55 main battle tank (also known as M1970) (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • T-60 light tank (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • T-62 main battle tank (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • T-64 main battle tank (also known as M1978 and M1980/2) (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • T69 6×6 self-propelled 4 × .50cal anti-aircraft guns based on a M8 (United States; World War II)
  • T-70 light tank (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • T-72 main battle tank (also known as M1980/1, M1981/3, M1984, M1986, M1988 and M1990) (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • T-80 main battle tank (Soviet Union; Cold War/Modern)
  • T-80 light tank (Soviet Union; World War II)
  • T-84 main battle tank (Ukraine; modern)
  • T-90 main battle tank (Russia; modern)
  • T-95 main battle tank (Russia; modern)
  • T-100 heavy tank prototype (Soviet; pre–World War II)
  • T-122 wheeled self-propelled multiple rocket launcher (Turkey; Modern)
  • TAB-63 8×8 armoured personnel carrier based on the BTR-60 (Romania; Cold War)
  • TAB-71 8×8 armoured personnel carrier based on the BTR-60 (Romania; Cold War)
  • TAB-72 wheeled APC (Romania; Cold War)
  • TAB-73 self-propelled mortar (Romania; Cold War)
  • TAB-77 8×8 armoured personnel carrier based on the BTR-70 (Romania; Cold War)
  • TABC-79 4×4 armoured personnel carrier is now known as the ABC-79M (Romania; Cold War)
  • TAB RN-94 6×6 armoured personnel carrier (Romania - Turkey; Modern)
  • TAB Saur 8×8 armoured personnel carrier (Romania; Modern)
  • TAM (Argentine designation for the Thyssen Henschel TH 301)
  • Tamoio (popular name for the Bernardini MB-3 Tamoio)
  • TAS5130 4×4 5 ton truck (China; Cold War)
  • TAS5180 4×4 9 ton truck (China; Cold War)
  • TAS5270 6×6 16 ton truck (China; Cold War)
  • TAS5380 8×8 20 ton truck (China; modern)
  • TAS5380 8×8 transporter and launcher of the HQ-9 surface to air missile and WM-80 multiple rockets (China; modern)
  • TAS5382 8×8 rocket transporter (China; modern)
  • TAS5450 8×8 transporter and launcher of the DF-15 short range ballistic missile and A-100 multiple rockets (China; modern)
  • TAS5501/5530 10×10, 10×8, 10×6 30 ton transporter (China; modern)
  • TAS5570 10×10 DF-15 short range ballistic missile transporter (China; modern)
  • TAS5690 12×12 40 ton truck (China; modern)
  • TER-800 armour recovery vehicle based on the TM-800 (Romania)
  • TH-200 4×4 armoured car (Germany; Cold War)
  • TH 301 medium tank (also known as TAM and VCTan) (Germany; Cold War)
  • Tamoio (popular name for the MB-3 Tamoio)
  • TH310 ALF-1 4×2 armoured car (United States; pre–World War II)
  • TH 400 6×6 reconnaissance vehicle (Germany; modern)
  • TH 439 armoured personnel carrier (Germany; Modern)
  • TH 800 8×8 reconnaissance vehicle (Germany; modern)
  • Thing (popular name for the Kurierwagen, also known as the Type 181, Type 182, Safari and Trekker)
  • Ti-67 main battle tank based on the T-55 (Israel; Cold War)
  • Tiger (popular name for the Panzer VI)
  • TILOS VTL armoured logistics vehicle (Italy; modern)
  • Timoney wheeled armoured personnel carrier (Ireland; Cold War)
  • Tiuna high mobility multi-purpose wheeled vehicle (Venezuela; Modern)
  • Tipo 6634 wheeled armoured personnel carrier (Italy; Cold War)
  • TK-3 Tankette (Poland; World War II)
  • TKS Tankette (Poland; World War II)
  • TM 125 wheeled armoured personnel carrier (Germany; Cold War)
  • TM 170 wheeled armoured personnel carrier (Germany; Cold War)
  • TM-800 main battle tank based on the T-55 (Romania; Cold War)
  • TO-55 flamethrower tank based on the T-55 (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • TOMCAR wheeled (sometimes armoured) assault all terrain vehicle (Israel, IDF)
  • Tornado (popular name for the MOWAG Tornado)
  • Tosan light tank (Iran; modern)
  • TPK (designation for the ACMAT TPK)
  • TR-77 also known as TR-580 main battle tank based on the T-55 (Romania; Cold War)
  • TR-85 main battle tank based on the T-55 (Romania; Cold War)
  • TR-125 main battle tank based on the T-72 (Romania; Cold War/modern)
  • TR-580 main battle bank based on the T-55 (Romania; Cold War)
  • Transportpaneer 1 Fuchs wheeled armoured personnel carrier (Germany; Cold War)
  • Trekker (popular name for the Kurierwagen, also known as the Type 181, Type 182, Thing and Safari)
  • Tsar Tank armoured attack vehicle (Russian Empire; World War I)
  • Tunguska-M1 popular name for the 2S9M air-defence vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War/modern)
  • Tur Armored car (Poland; Modern)
  • Type 1 Chi-He medium tank (Japan; World War II)
  • Type 02 6×6 armoured car based on the WZ551 (also known as PTL02)(China; modern)
  • Type 3 Chi-Nu medium tank (Japan; World War II)
  • Type 30 main battle tank based on the Type 69 (China; Cold War)
  • Type 38 Ho-Ro self-propelled 150 mm gun (Japan; World War II)
  • Type 54 self-propelled 122mm artillery (China; Cold War)
  • Type 55 4×4 armoured personnel carrier based on the BTR-40 (China; Cold War)
  • Type 56 6×6 armoured personnel carrier based on the BTR-152 (China; Cold War)
  • Type 59 main battle tank based on the T-54 (China; Cold War)
  • Type 60 tank destroyer (Japan; Cold War)
  • Type 60 tractor based on the Type 63 (China; Cold War)
  • Type 60 armoured vehicle series (Japan; Cold War)
  • Type 61 main battle tank (Japan; Cold War)
  • Type 62 light tank based on the Type 59 (China; Cold War)
  • Type 63 SPAA self-propelled twin 37mm gun (China; Cold War)
  • Type 63 amphibious light tank based on the PT-76 (China; Cold War / modern)
  • Type 63 armoured personnel carrier (China; Cold War)
  • Type 64 light tank based on the M41 (Taiwan; Cold War)
  • Type 67 bridging vehicle (Japan; Cold War)
  • Type 69 main battle tank (China; Cold War)
  • Type 70 self-propelled 122mm mortar/gun based on the YW531 (also known as YW302 or WZ302) (China; Cold War)
  • Type 70 self-propelled 19 tube multiple rocket launcher based on the YW531 (also known as YW303) (China; Cold War)
  • Type 70 armoured recovery vehicle (Japan; Cold War)
  • Type 72 main battle tank based on the T-54 (Iran; Cold War)
  • Type 73 armoured fighting vehicle based on the Type 59 (China; Cold War)
  • Type 73 armoured personnel carrier (Japan; Cold War)
  • Type 74 main battle tank (Japan; Cold War)
  • Type 77 amphibious armoured personnel carrier based on the Type 63 light tank (China; Cold War)
  • Type 77 tractor (China; Cold War)
  • Type 78 armoured recovery vehicle (Japan; Cold War)
  • Type 79 main battle tank (China; Cold War)
  • Type 79 armoured recovery vehicle based on the Type 62 (China; Cold War)
  • Type 80 main battle tank (China; Cold War/modern)
  • Type 80 SPAA self-propelled twin 57mm gun - also WZ305(China; Cold War/modern)
  • Type 81 6×6 self-propelled multiple rocket launcher based on the BM-21 on a SX2150 truck chassis (China; Cold War/Modern)
  • Type 82 Beetle 4×2 utility vehicle based on the Volkswagen Kübelwagen chassis (Germany; World War II)
  • Type 82 self-propelled multiple rocket launcher based on the Type 60 (China; Cold War)
  • Type 82 Bulldozer based on the Type 62 (China; Cold War/modern)
  • Type 82 6×6 command and communications vehicle (Japan; modern)
  • Type 83 self-propelled 152mm howitzer (China; Cold War / modern)
  • Type 84 bridging vehicle (China; Cold War/modern)
  • Type 85 main battle tank (China; modern)
  • Type 86 Kübelwagen 4×4 utility vehicle (Germany; World War II)
  • Type 87 Kommandeurwagen 4×4 command vehicle (Germany; World War II)
  • Type 86 infantry fighting vehicle based on the BMP-1 (also known as the WZ 501) (China; Cold War)
  • Type 87 armoured car (Japan; World War II)
  • Type 87 self-propelled twin 35mm anti-aircraft guns based on the Type 74 chassis (Japan; Cold War/modern)
  • Type 87 ARV 6×6 armoured reconnaissance vehicle (Japan; modern)
  • Type 87 6×6 armoured car based on the WZ551 (China; modern)
  • Type 88 K1 (alternate designation for the K1 88-Tank)
  • Type 88 self-propelled 155mm howitzer (also known as the PLZ45) (China; modern)
  • Type 88 main battle tank (China; modern)
  • Type 88 IFV infantry fighting vehicle (Japan; modern)
  • Type 89 self-propelled 122mm howitzer (also known as the PLZ45) (China; modern)
  • Type 89 IFV infantry fighting vehicle (Japan; Modern)
  • Type 89 armoured personnel carrier (also known as the ZSD89 or YW534) (China; Cold War, modern)
  • Type 90 main battle tank (Japan; modern)
  • Type 90 main battle tank (China; modern)
  • Type 90 armoured personnel carrier based on the YW534 (also known as ZBD90) (China; modern)
  • Type 91 AVLB bridge laying vehicle based on the Type 90 chassis (Japan; modern)
  • Type 92 SS 4×2 utility vehicle (also known as the Type 827 Kübelwagen) (Germany; World War II)
  • Type 92 6×6 armoured vehicle (also known as WZ551 or ZSL92) (China; China; Cold War/Modern)
  • Type 93 6×6 armoured personnel carrier (also known as WZ523, ZSL93 or M1984) (China; Cold War/Modern)
  • Type 93 armoured recovery vehicle based on the YW534 (also known as ZJX93) (China; Cold War / modern)
  • Type 94 armoured resupply vehicle based on the YW534 (also known as ZHB 94) (China; Cold War / modern)
  • Type 95 Ha-Go light tank (Japan; World War II)
  • Type 96 main battle tank (also known as the ZTZ96) (China; modern)
  • Type 97 Chi-Ha medium tank (Japan; World War II)
  • Type 97 amphibious infantry fighting vehicle (also known as ZBD97) (China; modern)
  • Type 98 main battle tank (also known as ZTZ98) (China; modern)
  • Type 99 main battle tank (also known as ZTZ99 or WZ123) (China; modern)
  • Type 99 armoured command vehicle based on the YW534 (China; modern)
  • Type 128 Schwimmwagen 4×4 amphibious utility vehicle based on the Type 86 Kübelwagen (Germany; World War II)
  • Type 166 Schwimmwagen 4×4 amphibious utility vehicle based on the Type 86 Kübelwagen (Germany; World War II)
  • Type 181 Kurierwagen 4×2 utility vehicle (also known as the Thing, Safari and Trekker) (West Germany; Cold War)
  • Type 182 Trekker 4×2 utility vehicle (also known as the Type 81, Kurierwagen, Thing and Safari) (West Germany; Cold War)
  • Type 183 Iltis 4×4 utility vehicle (West Germany; Cold War)
  • Type 653 armoured recovery vehicle (China; Cold War)
  • Type 820 Kübelwagen 4×2 utility vehicle (Germany; World War II)
  • Type 821 Kübelwagen 4×2 radio vehicle (Germany; World War II)
  • Type 822 Kübelwagen 4×2 siren vehicle (Germany; World War II)
  • Type 823 Kübelwagen 4×2 utility vehicle (Germany; World War II)
  • Type 825 4×2 utility vehicle based on the Volkswagen Kübelwagen (Germany; World War II)
  • Type 826 Kübelwagen 4×2 utility vehicle (Germany; World War II)
  • Type 827 Kübelwagen 4×2 command vehicle (also known as the Type 92 SS) (Germany; World War II)

U[edit]

  • UAZ-69 4×4 utility vehicle (also known as GAZ-69) (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • UAZ-469 4×4 utility vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • UAZ-3151 re-designation of the UAZ-469
  • Ulan (popular name for the Austrian ASCOD infantry fighting vehicle) (Austria and Spain; Modern)
  • Ultra AP Concept replacement vehicle for humvee
  • Ultra Light Vehicle Research Prototype Light tactical demonstrator vehicle (U.S. Army TARDEC)
  • UR-416 4×4 armoured personnel carrier based on the Unimog 416 (also known as Acerro) (Germany; Cold War)
  • Ural-4320 5-ton truck (Soviet Union; Cold War/modern)
  • Urutu (popular name for the EE-11 Urutu)
  • US-6 6×6 2.5 ton truck (also known as the G-630) (United States; World War II)

V[edit]

  • V3 Frederiksvaerk V3-armored vehicle was an armored truck reinforced by fighters from Frederiksvaerk built during the occupation. (Denmark; World War II)
  • V3 Praga 6×6 truck (Czechoslovakia; Cold War)
  • V41 light telephone maintenance vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • V-100 Commando 4×4 armoured vehicle (also known as the M706 and M1117 Guardian (United States; Cold War)
  • V-150 Commando 4×4 armoured vehicle (United States; Cold War)
  • V-200 Commando /Chaimite 4×4 armoured vehicle (Portugal, United States; Cold War)
  • V-300 Commando /Chaimite 6×6 armoured vehicle (also known as the LAV-300 (Portugal, United States; Cold War)
  • V-400 Chaimite wheeled armoured vehicle (Portugal; Cold War)
  • V-500 Chaimite wheeled anti-tank vehicle with Swingfire/HOT missiles (Portugal; Cold War)
  • V-600 Chaimite wheeled 81mm mortar carrier (Portugal; Cold War)
  • V-600 Commando wheeled fire support vehicle (also known as the LAV-600 (United States; Cold War)
  • V-700 Chaimite wheeled ambulance (Portugal; Cold War)
  • V-800 Chaimite wheeled command and communications vehicle (Portugal; Cold War)
  • V-900 Chaimite wheeled recovery vehicle (Portugal; Cold War)
  • V-1000 Chaimite wheeled anti-riot vehicle (Portugal; Cold War)
  • Valkiri 4×4 self-propelled multiple rocket launcher based on a SAMIL 20 truck (South Africa; Cold War/Modern)
  • VATT (Light Attack Vehicle); wheeled anti-tank vehicle (Peru); 9M14-2T malyutka missile SACLOS system
  • VEC-M1 6×6 armoured car (also known as Pegaso 3562) (Spain; Cold War/Modern)
  • VBC-90 6×6 armoured car (France; Cold War)
  • VBL 4×4 armoured personnel carrier (France; modern)
  • VBM Freccia 8×8 infantry fighting vehicle (Italy; Modern)
  • VCA self-propelled 155mm gun based on the TH 301 (Germany; Cold War)
  • VCC-1 Camillino armoured vehicle based on the M113 (Italy; Cold War)
  • VCC-2 Camillino armoured vehicle based on the M113 (Italy; Cold War)
  • VCC-80 infantry fighting vehicle (also known as the C13 Dardo) (Italy; Modern)
  • VCDA self-propelled air-defence vehicle based on the TH 301 (Germany; Cold War)
  • VCDT artillery reconnaissance vehicle based on the TH 301 (Germany; Cold War)
  • VCLC self-propelled multiple rocket launcher based on the TH 301 (Germany; Cold War)
  • VCMun armoured artillery supply vehicle based on the TH 301 (Germany; Cold War)
  • VCOAV armoured reconnaissance vehicle based on the ASCOD (Austria and Spain; Modern)
  • VCPC armoured command vehicle based on the TH 301 (Germany; Cold War)
  • VCR wheeled armoured personnel carrier (France; modern)
  • VCR 2 wheeled armoured personnel carrier (France; modern)
  • VCREC armoured recovery vehicle based on the ASCOD (Austria and Spain; Modern)
  • VCRT armoured recovery vehicle based on the TH 301 (Germany; Cold War)
  • VCTan medium tank (also known as TH 301 or TAM) (Germany; Cold War)
  • VCTM self-propelled 120mm mortar based on the TH 301 (Germany; Cold War)
  • VCTP infantry fighting vehicle based on the TH 301 (Germany; Cold War)
  • VCZ armoured engineering vehicle based on the ASCOD (Austria and Spain; Modern)
  • Vickers 6-Ton light tank (also known as the Mark E) (United Kingdom; pre–World War II)
  • VIU-55 combat engineering vehicle based on the T-55 chassis (Israel; Cold War)
  • VLA WPK 4 4×4 5 ton truck series (France; Cold War)
  • VLA WPK 6 6×6 8 ton truck series (France; Cold War)
  • VLA WPK 8 8×8 truck series (France; Cold War)
  • VLRA TPK 4 4×4 2.5 ton truck series (France; Cold War)
  • VLRA TPK 6 6×6 3.5 ton truck series (France; Cold War)
  • VLRB 4×4 vehicle series (France; modern)
  • VLTT designation for the P4 4×4 utility vehicle based on the Mercedes-Benz G-Class
  • VM 90 4×4 off-road lightly armored military truck
  • VP command vehicle based on the OT-90 chassis (Czechoslovakia; Cold War)
  • VPV mobile crane on the BMP-1 chassis (Czechoslovakia; Cold War)
  • VPX 5000 light armoured vehicle (France)
  • VT-55 armoured recovery vehicle (Soviet Union; Cold War)
  • VTT-323 armoured personnel carrier (China; Cold War)

W[edit]

  • Walker Bulldog (popular name for the M41 Walker Bulldog)
  • Warrior (popular name for the FV510 Warrior)
  • Water Buffalo (designation used for some variants of the American LVT series of amphibious vehicles)
  • WC-62 6x6 1.5 ton truck (U.S.; World War II)
  • WC-63 6x6 1.5 ton truck with winch, based on WC-62 (U.S.; World War II)
  • Wespe self-propelled 105 mm howitzer on a Panzer II chassis (Germany; World War II)
  • Whippet Mk A medium tank (United Kingdom; World War I)
  • Wiesel light tracked combat vehicle (Germany; Cold War)
  • WJ94 4×4 anti-riot vehicle (China; modern)
  • WR-40 Langusta 6×6 self-propelled multiple rocket launcher based on a Jelcz P662D.35 truck (Poland; Modern)
  • WS2050 6×6 truck based on the WS2400 (China; Cold War / modern)
  • WS2300 6×6 15 ton truck based on the WS2400 (China; Cold War / modern)
  • WS2400 8×8 transport/launcher of the DF-11 short range ballistic missile and A-100 multiple rockets based on the Scud's MAZ-543 TEL (China; Cold War / modern)
  • WS2500 10×8 28 ton truck based on the WS2400 (China; Cold War / modern)
  • WS2900 12×10 40 ton truck based on the WS2400 (China; Cold War / modern)
  • WS51200 16×16 transport/launcher of the ballistic missile (China; modern)
  • Wz.28 Armored Car (Poland; World War II)
  • Wz.29 Ursus Armored Car (Poland; World War II)
  • Wz.34 Armored Car (Poland; World War II)
  • WZ91 4×4 self-propelled HJ-8 anti-tank missile carrier (China; modern)
  • WZ120 main battle tank based on the T-54 (China; Cold War)
  • WZ123 main battle tank (also known as Type 99 or ZTZ99) (China; modern)
  • WZ302 self-propelled 122mm mortar/gun based on the YW531 (also known as YW302 or Type 70) (China; Cold War)
  • WZ501 infantry fighting vehicle based on the BMP-1 (also known as the Type 86) (China; Cold War)
  • WZ503 armoured personnel carrier based on the BMP-1 (China; Cold War)
  • WZ504 self-propelled anti-tank vehicle with HJ-73 based on the BMP-1 (China; Cold War)
  • WZ505 infantry fighting vehicle based on the BMP-1 (also known as the Type 86) (China; Cold War)
  • WZ506 airborne infantry fighting vehicle (also known as ZLC2000) (China; modern)
  • WZ506 command vehicle based on the BMP-1 (China; Cold War)
  • WZ523 6×6 armoured personnel carrier (also known as ZSL93, Type 93 or M1984) (China; China; Cold War/Modern)
  • WZ550 4×4 self-propelled HJ-9 anti-tank missile carrier (China; modern)
  • WZ551 6×6 armoured vehicle (also known as the Type 92 or ZSL92) (China; Cold War/Modern)
  • WZ554 6×6 self-propelled twin 23mm anti-aircraft vehicle based on the WZ551 (China; modern)
  • WZ653 / WZ 653A armoured recovery vehicle based on WZ121 Type 69 Main Battle Tank (China; modern)
  • WZ701 armoured command carrier (China; Cold War)
  • WZ731 armoured battlefield reconnaissance vehicle based on the YW534 (also known as ZZC02) (China; modern)
  • WZ750 armoured ambulance (China; Cold War)
  • WZ751 armoured ambulance (China; Cold War)
  • WZ752 armoured ambulance based on the YW534 (China; modern)
  • WZ901 6×6 anti-riot and patrol vehicle based on the WZ551 (China; modern)
  • WZT-1 armoured recovery vehicle based on the BTS-2 (Poland; Cold War)
  • WZT-2 armoured recovery vehicle based on the T-55 (Poland; Cold War)
  • WZT-3 armoured recovery vehicle based on the T-72 (Poland; Cold War/modern)
  • WZT-3M armoured recovery vehicle based on the PT-91 (Poland; Cold War/modern)

X[edit]

  • X1A light tank based on the Stuart tank (Brazil; Cold War)
  • XA-180 Pangu wheeled armoured personnel carrier (Finland; modern)
  • XC2030 6×6 8 ton truck based on the Mercedes-Benz 2060 (China; Cold War / modern)
  • XJ92 6×6 armoured recovery vehicle based on the WZ551 (China; modern)

Y[edit]

  • YP-408 wheeled armoured personnel carrier (Netherlands; Cold War)
  • YPR-765 infantry fighting vehicle based on the M113 (also known as the AIFV) (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • YPR-806 armoured recovery vehicle based on the M113 (also known as the AIFV) (United States; Cold War/Modern)
  • YW302 self-propelled 122mm mortar based on the YW531 (also known as Type 70) (China; Cold War)
  • YW303 self-propelled 19 tube multiple rocket launcher based on the YW531 (also known as Type 70) (China; Cold War)
  • YW304 self-propelled 82mm mortar based on the YW531 (China; Cold War)
  • YW307 infantry fighting vehicle (China; Cold War)
  • YW309 infantry fighting vehicle (China; Cold War)
  • YW381 self-propelled 120mm mortar based on the YW531 (China; Cold War)
  • YW531 armoured personnel carrier (also known as the Type 63) (China; Cold War)
  • YW534 armoured personnel carrier (also known as the ZSD89 or Type 89) (China; Cold War, modern)
  • YW701 command vehicle based on the YW531 (China; Cold War)
  • YW721 communications vehicle based on the YW531 (China; Cold War)
  • YW750 ambulance based on the YW531 (China; Cold War)

See also[edit]