List of equipment of the Armenian Armed Forces

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Equipment of the Armenian Armed Forces
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Founded January 28, 1992

Modern equipment of the Armenian Armed Forces. All effort is done to keep the tables up-to-date with reliable information available on open sources. The information is updated regularly. This page might contain equipment which are in use with the Artsakh Defense Army, as the equipment is sometimes used by both armies.

Small Arms[edit]

Name Origin Type Photo Notes
Pistols
Makarov PM  Soviet Union 9x18 mm MakarovPM.jpg Standard Service Pistol
MP-443 Grach  Russia 9x19 mm 9mm Yarygin pistol PYa.jpg Used by special forces and police
Assault Rifles, Battle Rifles, Carbines
AK-47  Soviet Union AK-47 assault rifle.jpg Used by all branches
AK-74  Soviet Union 5.45×39 mm Ak74l.jpg Standard Service Rifle
AK-74M  Soviet Union/ Russia Ak-74mpdomain.JPG
AKS-74  Soviet Union 5.45×39 mm AKS-74.jpg
AKM  Soviet Union 7.62×39 mm AKM automatkarbin - 7,62x39mm.jpg
AKMS  Soviet Union 7.62×39 mm AKMS - 7,62x39mm - Armémuseum.jpg
AK-105  Russia 5.45×39 mm AK-105 Avtomat Kalashnikova.jpg Used by border guards
Type 56  People's Republic of China 7.62×39 mm Norinco type 56.jpg Used by Police forces and volunteers
AKS-74U  Soviet Union 5.45×39 mm Aks74u.jpg Used by tankers and vehicle crews
AS Val 9×39mm AS Val (541-03).jpg
VSS Vintorez Vss vintorez 01.jpeg Used by special forces
Sniper Rifles
Accuracy International AX-338[1]  United Kingdom .338 Lapua Magnum L115A3 sniper rifle.jpg Used by snipers and Special Forces.
Dragunov SVD  Soviet Union 7.62×54 mm SVD Dragunov.jpg Standard service sniper rifle. New units to be delivered as part of the 2015 Armenian-Russian arms deal.
Modernized SVD Dragunov  Soviet Union/ Armenia 7.62×54 mm Modernized by Aspar Arms
Truvelo CMS[2]  South Africa 12.7x99 mm
PGM 338  France .338 Lapua Magnum Mini Hecate-338 Lapua Magnum-01.jpg Used by snipers and the Special Forces
Sv-98  Russia .338 Lapua Magnum Interpolitex 2013 (534-50).jpg Used by snipers and the Special Forces
Zastava M93 Black Arrow  Serbia 12.7×108 mm Sniper Zastava M93.jpg Standard Service Anti-material Rifle
Modernized M93 Black Arrow  Serbia/ Armenia 12.7×108 mm Modernized by Aspar Arms
Sako TRG-42  Finland .338 Lapua Magnum Sako TRG-42.jpg
Machine Guns
RPK-74  Soviet Union 5.45×39 mm Soviet RPK-74.JPEG Standard Service Light Machine Gun
RPK-74M  Russia
PK machine gun  Soviet Union 7.62×54 mm 7,62 KK PKM Helsinki 2012.JPG Standard Service Machine Gun
NSV machine gun 12.7×108 mm NSV machine gun-01.jpg Standard Service Heavy Machine Gun
DShK Doushka desert.jpg
Kord machine gun[3]  Russia 12,7-мм пулемет Корд - Интерполитех-2011 01.jpg
Grenade Launchers
GP-25  Soviet Union 40 mm under-barrel grenade launcher Georgian under barrel grenade launchers stc delta (3).JPG Used on assault rifles
AGS-17 30 x 29 grenade 30-мм автоматический гранатомет АГС-17 Пламя.jpg
AGS-30[4]  Russia AGS-30 Interpolitex-2012.jpg

Mortars[edit]

Name Origin Type Photo Notes
Mortars
2B9 Vasilek[5]  Soviet Union 82mm 2B9 Vasilek mortar-4058.JPG 82mm Gun-mortar

MANPADS[edit]

Military equipment Armenian Army as of 2008-2017

Name Origin Type Photo Notes
MANPADS
Strela-3[6]  Soviet Union MANPAD SA-14 missile and launch tube.jpg NATO codename SA-14
Igla-1[7] Igla 1 (SA-16).jpg NATO codename SA-16
Igla[8] SA-18 misil y lanzador.jpg NATO codename SA-18
Igla-S[9][10]  Russia IGLA-S MANPADS at IDELF-2008.jpg NATO codename SA-24
9K333 Verba[9] MAKS2015part7-48.jpg NATO codename SA-25

Anti-Tank Weapons[edit]

Anti-tank weapons of the Armenian Army as of 2008-2017

Name Origin Type Photo Notes
Anti-Tank Weapons
RPG-7[11]  Soviet Union
 Armenia[12]
Rocket-propelled grenade RPG-7 detached.jpg
RPG-26  Russia[13] Disposable anti-tank rocket launcher Grenade launchers RPG-26.jpg Some captured from Azerbaijan [14]
RPO-A Shmel  Soviet Union Thermobaric rocket launcher RPO-A missile and launcher.jpg
SPG-9[15]  Soviet Union
 Armenia[11]
Recoilless gun SPG-9M rus.jpeg
9M14 Malyutka[16]  Soviet Union ATGM 9M14 Malyutka Kecel 1.jpg NATO codename AT-3 Sagger
9K111 Fagot[17]  Soviet Union ATGM At4.jpg NATO codename AT-4 Spigot
9M111M Faktoriya[18]  Soviet Union ATGM POLK 9K111 Fagot.jpg NATO codename AT-4C Spigot C. Improved motor, longer guidance wire. Maximum range 2,500m, minimum 75m. Improved single HEAT warhead; penetration 400 mm versus RHA or 230 mm towards armour inclined at 60°. Appeared during the 4-Day War.
9M113 Konkurs[19]  Soviet Union ATGM AT-5 spandrel.JPG NATO codename AT-5 Spandrel
9M113M Konkurs-M[20]  Soviet Union ATGM Flickr - Israel Defense Forces - Russian-Made Missile Found in Hezbollah Hands.jpg NATO codename AT-5B Spandrel-B. Tandem warhead with extended explosive probe. The warhead penetration is 750–800 mm vs RHA. Adopted in 1991, 4000m range.
9M133-1 Kornet-E[21]  Russia ATGM 9M133 Kornet.JPG NATO codename AT-14 Spriggan. 50 launchers with 200 missiles purchased in 2013. First shown in 2018.
9K114 Shturm[19]  Soviet Union ATGM 9M120 Ataka.jpg NATO codename AT-6 Spiral
9K115 Metis[22]  Soviet Union ATGM POLK 9K115 Metis.jpg NATO codename AT-7 Saxhorn
MILAN[23]  France /
 Germany
ATGM Milan 2.jpg With locally produced night-sight[24]
T-12 Rapira[25]  Soviet Union Anti-tank gun T-12.jpg 100mm
9P149 Shturm-S[26]  Soviet Union Tank destroyer 9P149 Shturm-S Tank Destroyer.jpg 27 systems purchased from Moldova.[27] Displayed with 9M120 Ataka missile during the Defense Expo in Yerevan
9P148[28]  Soviet Union Tank destroyer Armenian 9P148 Konkurs Tank Destroyer.jpg Armed with upgraded Konkurs-M missiles

Vehicles[edit]

Military equipment Armenian Army as of 2008-2016[29]

Name Origin Type Number Photo Notes
Armoured vehicles
T-54  Soviet Union Main Battle Tank 8 Soviet tank T-54-55 in the "35 years - Victory Park", Kineshma.JPG 3 T-54 and 5 T-55
T-55  Soviet Union Main Battle Tank 8 Soviet tank T-54-55 in the "35 years - Victory Park", Kineshma.JPG 3 T-54 and 5 T-55
T-90S  Russia Main Battle Tank 1 T-90S armenia.jpg 1 tank won in Tank biathlon.
T-72  Soviet Union Main Battle Tank 101[30] T-72B.jpg Variants in service:

Estimated 550 T-72 tanks are in service together with the Nagorno Karabakh Defense Army.[31]

BMP-1  Soviet Union Infantry fighting vehicle 93[30] Бронетехника в С.Осколе.JPG Variants in service:
BMP-2  Soviet Union Infantry fighting vehicle 5[30] BMP-2 military parade rehearsal.jpg 50 units modernized/repaired by Russia in 2012-2013[32] Possibly more in storage [33]
BRDM-2  Soviet Union Scout car 120 BRDM-2 armored vehicle.jpg Includes anti-tank variant
BTR-60  Soviet Union Armoured personnel carrier 108[30] BTR-60PB DA-ST-89-06597.jpg Withdrawn from service[34]
BTR-70  Soviet Union Armoured personnel carrier 18[30] BTR70 002.jpg Upgraded with new engines and 30mm gun
BTR-80  Soviet Union Armoured personnel carrier 4[30] BTR-80 of TsSN Vityaz.jpg Possibly more in storage.[35][33] Number does not include unknown number of Infauna electronic countermeasure variants first displayed at the 2016 military parade.[36]
MT-LB[30]  Soviet Union Armoured personnel carrier 145 Soviet MT-LB.JPEG
Tigr[37]  Russia Armoured personnel carrier 4 Tigr.jpg More ordered in 2015[38]

Engineering & Recovery Vehicles[edit]

Military equipment Armenian Army as of 2008-2017

Name Origin Type Photo Notes
Engineering & Recovery Vehicles
MDK-3[39][40]  Soviet Union Trench Digger[41] TankBiathlon14final-89.jpg
MDK-2M[42]  Soviet Union Trench Digger MDK-2 rear.JPG
PZM-2[43][44]  Soviet Union Trench Digger PZM-2 01.JPG
BAT-2[45]  Soviet Union Armored Tracklayer Tyumen higher military command School of engineering 05.jpg
IMR-1[46]  Soviet Union Combat Engineering Vehicle IMR, Инженерная машина разграждения ИМР, Saint-Petersburg pic1.JPG
IMR-2M[47]  Russia Combat Engineering Vehicle RIAN archive 734015 Wildfires in Moscow Region's Lukhovitsky district.jpg
TMM-3[42][48]  Soviet Union Mobile Bridge 50 ton scissor bridge on KrAZ-255B chassis
GMZ-1[42]  Soviet Union Minelaying Vehicle GMZ-1 tracked minelayer in Togliatti Technical museum - 4215.JPG
VT-55A[49]  Soviet Union Armored Recovery Vehicle VT-55A 01.JPG
BREM-1[50]  Soviet Union Armored Recovery Vehicle BREM-1 armoured recovery vehicle (2).jpg

Artillery[edit]

Name Origin Type Number Photo Notes
Artillery
2S1 Gvozdika  Soviet Union Self-propelled artillery 10[30] 2S1.jpg 122mm
2S3 Akatsiya 28[30] 2S3.jpg 152mm
D-1 Howitzer 2[30] 152 mm howitzer M1943 (D-1) museum on Sapun Mountain Sevastopol 1.jpg
D-20 34[30] D-20.jpg
D-30 69[30] D-30 122mm.jpg 122mm
D-44[51] Field Artillery N/A D-44-beyt-hatotchan-1 85mm
M-30[52] Zagan 122 mm haubica wz 1938 a 122mm with upgraded optics
M-46[53] M-46-130mm-gun-batey-haosef-1 130mm
Giatsint-B 26 2a36.jpg 152mm
ZiS-3[54] N/A ZIS-3 FPMC 76mm

Multiple Rocket Launchers[edit]

Military equipment Armenian Army as of 2008-2017

Name Origin Type Number Photo Notes
Multiple Rocket Launchers
BM-21 Grad  Soviet Union Multiple rocket launcher 47[30] Bm-21.jpg 122mm MRLS
BM-30 Smerch  Russia 6-12[55] Bm-30.jpg 300mm MRLS
TOS-1A 6[55] Russian TOS-1 MRL.jpg 220mm thermobaric MRLS
WM-80[56]  People's Republic of China At least 4 launchers Wm-80.jpg 273mm MRLS
N-2  Armenia At least 2 N-2 yerevan parade.jpg Thermobaric MRLS in limited service

Possible MRLS Acquisitions[edit]

Name Origin Type Number Photo Notes
AR-1A  People's Republic of China Multiple rocket launcher 6[57] AR-1A.jpg 300mm MRLS
BM-27 Uragan  Soviet Union ~12[58] 9K57 Uragan 2.jpg 220mm MRLS. Cited in an Armenia-Moldova arms deal[58]

Tactical Ballistic Missile Systems[edit]

Military equipment Armenian Army as of 2008-2017

Name Origin Type Number Photo Notes
Ballistic Missiles
9K720 Iskander  Russia short-range ballistic missile 4-8 launchers Iskander.jpg Revealed during the preparations for the 2016 military parade in Yerevan.[59]
SCUD-B  Soviet Union 8 launchers Scud-launcher-scotland1.jpg 32 missiles[60][61]
OTR-21 Tochka 7-8 launchers [62] Tochka-U.jpg Unknown number of missiles

Electronic Warfare[edit]

Military equipment Armenian Army as of 2008-2017

Name Origin Type Photo Notes
Electronic Warfare
Infauna[63] Electronic Warfare Vehicle Infauna K1Sh1 UNSh-12.jpg
Automated Jamming Station R-325U.jpg
R-330P[64]  Soviet Union[64] Automated Jamming Station R-330P 01.JPG Modernized Locally

Anti-Aircraft[edit]

Military equipment Armenian Army as of 2008-2017

Name Origin Type Number Photo Notes
Anti-Aircraft
9K33 Osa  Soviet Union surface-to-air missile 10 B8fnRA7c8Go.jpg
BUK-M1-2[65][66] N/A Buk-M1-2.jpg First shown during the preparations for the 2016 military parade in Yerevan.
S-125 Neva/Pechora 8[67] Pechora-2M - missile launcher 1.jpg
2K11 Krug 115 ZRK Krug 2005 G1.jpg Replaced by S-300s in Armenia, deployed to Nagorno-Karabakh
9K35M3 Strela-10M3 Short range SAM 10 Strela 10.jpg Designated SA-13 "Gopher" by NATO.
Kub-M3[68] surface-to-air missile N/A Sa6 1.jpg
S-75 Dvina 79 Sa-2camo.jpgf Withdrawn from service
S-125 Neva/Pechora N/A S-125.jpg
S-300PS 2-3 divisions[65] S300.jpg Each division consists of 2 batteries, each battery consists of 4 launchers.[69] Upgraded with 5V55U missiles, 150 km range.
S-300PT-1 surface-to-air missile At least 3 divisions[65]
AZP S-60 Anti-aircraft gun N/A S-60-57mm-hatzerim-1.jpg
KS-19[70] KS-19.jpg 100m gun used as field artillery[71]
ZU-23-2 Zu-23 30 M1-3 - InnovationDay2013part1-40.jpg
ZSU-23-4 SPAA ZSU-23-4 Shilka 01.jpg

Radar Systems[edit]

Military equipment Armenian Army as of 2008-2016

Name Origin Type Photo Notes
Radar Systems
Avtobaza[38][72]  Russia radar MAKS Airshow 2013 (Ramenskoye Airport, Russia) (525-43).jpg Part of Russian-Armenian arms deal
P-12 radar  Soviet Union P12.jpg
P-15 radar 03-Mobile radar Danuta-LMW.jpg
P-40 radar P40 Mečka 3.jpg
Snar-10 Big Fred[19] Ground Surveillance Radar Battlefield Surveillance Radar SNAR 10 on MTLB M 1975 in Aalborg Forsvars- og Garnisonsmuseum, pic1.JPG

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles[edit]

Military equipment Armenian Army as of 2008-2017

Name Origin Type Photo Notes
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
Bazé[73]  Armenia Reconnaissance Bazé.jpg
Krunk Krunk UAV.jpg
X-55 X-55.jpg

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