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Mark III or Mark 3 often refers to the third version of a product, frequently military hardware. "Mark", meaning "model" or "variant", can be abbreviated "Mk."
Mark III or Mark 3 can specifically refer to:
In military and weaponry
- Mark III, a variant of the British Mark I tank
- Supermarine Spitfire Mk III; a single 1940 British fighter aircraft pre-production prototype
- Mk III Turtle helmet (1944); British Army helmet that first saw action in the Normandy Landings
- Merkava Mark III (1989); battle tank of Israel Defense Forces
- Ruger MK III (2004), an American handgun
- Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark III by ISRO
- Aston Martin DB Mark III (1957-1959), a British luxury sports car
- AC Cobra MkIII (aka Shelby Cobra), Superformance MkIII(mass-produced replica of the AC Cobra MkIII)
- Lincoln Continental Mark III (1969-1971), an American personal luxury car
- British Rail Mark 3 (1976); a rail carriage design for high-speed and regular service
- Kolb Mark III ultralight aircraft
- Harvard Mark III, an early computer built at Harvard University and used by the US Navy
- Mark III (radio telescope), a radio telescope in England, constructed in 1966
- Mesa Boogie Mark III: an electric guitar amplifier designed in Northern California
- Mark III (space suit), a NASA space suit prototype
- Sega Mark III, the original Japanese branding of Sega Master System, a video game console
- Vox Mark III, a teardrop-shaped electric guitar of the 1960s
- Camera models
- Mark III containment design, a third generation General Electric BWR-6 boiling water nuclear reactor design
- Mark 3 or Mark III, the third chapter of the Gospel of Mark in the New Testament of the Christian Bible
- Pope Mark III of Alexandria, patriarch of the Catholic Church from 1116 to 1189
- Mk III: The Final Concerts; a 1975 concert album by Deep Purple
- Emergency Medical Hologram Mark III, in the television series Star Trek: Voyager, an artificially intelligent medical assistance program
- Mark III, a fictional cybernetic tank in the game Ogre
- Mark III Flying Car, a fictional vehicle driven by Danger Mouse
- Cobra Mk III is the player's initial spaceship of the early space trading computer game Elite.
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