List of armoured fighting vehicles by country

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This is a list of armoured fighting vehicles, sorted by country of origin. The information in round brackets ( ) indicates the number of AFVs produced and the period of use. Prototypes are marked as such.

In the case of multi-national projects, the vehicle may be listed under all applicable countries.

Contents

Argentina[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Argentina

Tanks[edit]

Infantry fighting vehicles[edit]

  • VCTP armoured personnel carrier (modern)

Self propelled artillery[edit]

  • VCA 155 mm SP gun, "Palmaria" turret (modern)
  • VCTM 120 mm mortar carrier (modern)

Australia[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Australia

Armoured cars[edit]

Austria[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Austria

  • SPz Ulan (modern, co-development with Spain)
  • Steyr 4K 7FA Tracked armoured personnel carrier/infantry fighting vehicle (production from 1977 for Bolivia, Greece (as Leodinas) and Nigeria).[2]
  • Saurer 4K 4FA Tracked armoured personnel carrier (~450 built for Austria 1958–1969).[3]
  • Pandur I 6x6 armoured personnel carrier
  • Pandur II 8x8 armoured personnel carrier
  • SK-105 Kürassier light tank (modern)

Armoured cars[edit]

Azerbaijan[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Azerbaijan

Belgium[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Belgium

Armoured cars[edit]

Brazil[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Brazil

Armoured personnel carrier[edit]

Infantry fighting vehicles[edit]

Main battle tank[edit]

  • EE-T1 Osório Main battle tank (modern)
  • MB-3 Tamoyo Main battle tank (development of M41 Walker Bulldog).[10]
  • Bernardini X1A – rebuild of M3 Stuart light tank with new armour, engine, suspension and 90 mm gun.[11]
  • Bernadini X1A2 – new build derivative of X1A tank. At least 30 built 1979–1983 for Brazilian Army.[12]

Self-propelled artillery[edit]

4x4 Armoured car[edit]

Others[edit]

Bulgaria[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Bulgaria

Canada[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Canada

Tanks[edit]

  • Ram cruiser tank (World War II era)[13]
  • Grizzly Canadian-built M4 Sherman tank (World War II)[14]

Armoured fighting vehicles[edit]

Self propelled artillery[edit]

Armoured cars[edit]

People's Republic of China,[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in the People's Republic of China

Tanks

  • Type 58 medium tank (Chinese-produced T-34)
  • Type 59 main battle tank (Copy of Soviet T-54A Tank)
  • Type 59-I
  • Type 59-II
  • Type 59-IIA
  • Type 59-IIA command tank
  • Type 59-IIA mine-sweeper tank
  • Type 59 Gai (test platform for Western technologies)
  • Type 59D
  • Type 59-16 light tank prototype
  • Type 62 light tank
  • Type 62-I
  • Type 62G
  • Type 63 amphibious light tank [1]
  • Type 63A
  • Type 69 main battle tank prototype
  • Type 69-I prototype, incorporating some technologies from captured Soviet T-62
  • Type 69-II (A) main battle tank (First production version released in 1982.)
  • Type 69-II-B/C command tank
  • Type 79, also known as Type 69 III
  • Type 80 main battle tank
  • Type 85 main battle tank
  • Type 88 main battle tank
  • Type 90, exported as MBT-2000
  • Type 96 main battle tank
  • Type 98 prototype main battle tank
  • Type 99 main battle tank

Armoured personnel carriers

  • Type 63 aka YW-531 armoured personnel carrier (Cold War)
  • Type 77 Amphibious armoured personnel carrier (Cold War)
  • WZ-523 – Six-wheeled APC.[15] Developed into ZFB91 internal security vehicle used by Peoples Liberation Army.[16]
  • Type 85 aka YW-531H, improved T-63 APC (Cold War)
  • Type 89 aka YW-534, improved Type 85 APC (Cold War)

Infantry fighting vehicles

Croatia[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Croatia

Cyprus[edit]

Armoured cars[edit]

  • TS (10 examples produced from Soviet supplied ATS-712 prime movers)

Czechoslovakia[edit]

A picture of the LT vz. 34

Tanks[edit]

  • LT vz. 34 – CKD/Praga P-11 light tank. Fifty built for Czechoslovakia.[18]
  • LT vz. 35 – Škoda S-IIa light tank built for Czechoslovak army. Captured examples used by Germany as Panzer 35(t).[18]
  • LT vz. 38 – CKD/Praga TNH light tank built for Czechoslovakia and export. Adopted by German army as Panzer 38(t) and continued in production until 1942.[19]
  • AH-IV – Two man light tank built for export.[20]
  • F-IV-HE – 1937 prototype three-man amphibious light tank.[20]
  • Škoda S-IIb – Medium tank design rejected by Czechoslovakia in favour of ST vz. 39, but developed into 40M Turán I for Hungary.[18]
  • ST vz. 39 – Prototype medium tank design by CKD/Praga. Ordered by Czechoslovak army but production plans stopped by German takeover.[21]

Tankettes[edit]

  • Tančík vz. 33 – CKD/Praga two man tankette design – about 70 ordered by Czechoslovakia.[18]
  • Škoda S-1 – Two man tankette, rejected in favour of the vz. 33 by Czechoslovakia, but S-1d version armed with 47 mm gun built for Yugoslavia.[22]

Armoured cars[edit]

Egypt[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Egypt

Tanks[edit]

Infantry fighting vehicles[edit]

Armoured personnel carriers[edit]

Scout and reconnaissance[edit]

  • Kader-320 4X4 Light Armoured Reconnaissance

Estonia[edit]

Armoured cars[edit]

Armoured cars produced in Estonia

France[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in France

Armoured cars[edit]

Finland[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Finland

Georgia[edit]

Fast attack vehicles[edit]

Armoured personnel carriers[edit]

Infantry fighting vehicle[edit]

Self-propelled artillery[edit]

Germany[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Germany

Tanks[edit]

Armoured/infantry fighting vehicles[edit]

Self-propelled artillery[edit]

Armoured cars[edit]

Greece[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Greece

Hungary[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Hungary:

Tanks[edit]

Armoured cars[edit]

Infantry fighting vehicles[edit]

Self propelled artillery[edit]

India[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in India

Main battle tanks[edit]

  • Arjun – main battle tank
  • Arjun Mk 2 – 4th generation main battle tank
  • T-90S – license produced/assembled main battle tank
  • T-72M1 – license produced/assembled main battle tank
  • Tank EX – Main battle tank
  • Vijayanta – Cold War era main battle tank, derived from Vickers MBT

Infantry fighting vehicles[edit]

  • Abhay IFV – infantry combat vehicle
  • BMP-1 -Carrier Mortar Tracked license produced/assembled infantry combat vehicle
  • BMP-2 – license produced/assembled infantry Combat Vehicle
  • DRDO light tank – Cold war era infantry fighting vehicle
  • TATA FICV – Infantry Fighting Vehicle and Engineers Fighting Vehicle[45]
  • Mahindra FICV – Infantry fighting vehicle And engineers fighting vehicle[46]

Armoured personnel carrier[edit]

Armoured cars[edit]

Self propelled howitzers[edit]

Indonesia[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Indonesia

Iran[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Iran

Iraq[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Iraq

  • Lion of Babylon (Asad Babil)
  • T-72M1 "Saddam"
  • Modified Iraqi special Republican Guard BMP-1
  • Modified MT-LB fitted with 23 mm 2A7
  • MT-LB with wider tracks

Ireland[edit]

Armoured cars[edit]

Armoured vehicles produced in Ireland

Israel[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Israel

Armoured cars[edit]

Italy[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Italy

Armoured cars[edit]

Japan[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Japan

Amphibious tanks[edit]

Light tanks[edit]

Medium tanks[edit]

Main battle tanks[edit]

Miscellaneous armoured vehicles[edit]

Malaysia[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Malaysia

Tracked armoured fighting vehicle[edit]

Wheeled armoured fighting vehicle[edit]

Wheeled armoured personnel carrier[edit]

Mexico[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Mexico

  • DN-III Armoured Personnel Vehicle
  • DN-IV "Caballo" (Horse) Armoured Personnel Vehicle
  • DN-V Bufalo (Buffalo) Armoured Personnel Vehicle
  • DN-VI Armoured Personnel Vehicle (Prototype, never reached production)
  • DN-VII Armoured Personnel Vehicle (Prototype, never reached production)
  • Sedena-Henschel HWK-11 – joint project with West Germany

Netherlands[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in the Netherlands

Armoured cars[edit]

New Zealand[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in New Zealand

Armoured cars[edit]

  • Beaverette NZ – World War II light armoured car similar to the British Beaverette

North Korea[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in North Korea

Pakistan[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Pakistan

  • Al-Khalid tank – MBT
  • Al-Zarrar – MBT
  • Mohafiz _ internal security vehicle
  • Talha – armoured personnel carrier
  • Sakb – armoured command vehicle
  • Al-Qaswa – armoured logistics vehicle
  • China Type 85-II 30
  • China Type 69-II 400
  • China Type 63 50 Light Amphibious tank.[25]
  • China Type 59 600 Being upgraded to Al-Zarrar standard.[24
  • Soviet Union T-54/55 54 In Reserve.[26]
  • United States M48A5 300 In Reserve.[24]

Armoured Personnel Carriers[edit]

  • Pakistan APC Talha 400+ Total 2,000 planned to be deployed.[25][27]
  • Turkey Otokar Akrep 260 [28]
  • United Kingdom Ferret AFV 90 [24]
  • China WZ551 -- [29]
  • Saudi Arabia Al-Fahd IFV 140 [30]
  • Pakistan Al-Hamza IFV—In Service.[1]
  • China Type 63 80 [25]
  • Pakistan Sakb -- [citation needed]
  • Pakistan Al-Qaswa—200 to be procured.[1]
  • Soviet Union PT-76 32 Delivered by Indonesia between 1969 and 1970.[31]
  • United States M113 1600 [1]
  • Pakistan Saad APC—Currently in production.[1]
  • United States M901 ITV 24 [32]
  • Soviet Union BTR-70 / BTR-80 120 [1]
  • Pakistan Mohafiz—In Service & Additional APCs being procured.[1]
  • West Germany UR-416 46 In Service.[26]
  • CzechoslovakiaPoland OT-64 SKOT 6 Delivered by Slovakia in 1993.[31]
  • Turkey Otokar Cobra 10 [33]
  • Soviet Union BRDM-2 -- [34]
  • Mine Protected & Clearing Vehicles
  • United States Cougar 20 Buffalo EOD version. Delivered in 2010.[31][35]
  • United States Navistar—160 to Be Provided by FMS Program [35]
  • Armoured Recovery Vehicles
  • United States M88A1 ARV 52 In Service.[24]
  • China Type 653 ARV—ARV based on the chassis of the Type 69 tank.[36]
  • Armoured Bridging Vehicles
  • United States M60A1 AVLB—In Service.[1]
  • United States M48 Armoured Vehicle Launched Bridge—In Service.[1]

Artillery inventory[edit]

  • Vehicle/System Calibre Quantity Comments
  • Self-propelled artillery
  • United States M110 howitzer 203 mm 60 Tracked chassis.[26]
  • United States M109A2 155 mm 150+ Tracked chassis. Being upgraded to M109A5 standard.[28][44]
  • United States M109A5 155 mm 115 Tracked chassis. 67 delivered by US in 2008.[45] 48 more supplied in February 2010.[46] Total 297 Planned to be acquired.[47]
  • MLRS-Multiple Launch Rocket System
  • China A-100E 300mm 42 42 ordered in 2008 and delivered between 2011 and 2012.[48]
  • Pakistan KRL 122 122 mm 40 Truck-mounted. Kahuta Research Laboratories from Pakistan have developed a rocket launcher that is very similar to the North-Korean BM-11 [24]
  • PakistanChina Azar (Type 83) 122mm 52 Pakistani variant of Type 83.[26]
  • Towed artillery
  • United States M115 203 mm 28 [26]
  • Turkey MKEK Panter 155 mm 72 12 ordered for evaluation in 2007 & delivered by Turkey between 2008-2009. Another 60 produced locally under ToT between 2011 and 2013 [48] by Heavy Industries Taxila (HIT).[47]
  • United States M198 155 mm 148 Delivered in 1997.[1]
  • United States M114 155 mm 144 [1]
  • United States M59 155 mm 30 [25]
  • China Type 59-I 130 mm 410 [26]
  • China Type 54 122 mm 490 [26]
  • China Type 60 122 mm 200 [28]
  • United States M56 105 mm 113 [26]
  • Soviet Union D-30 122mm 143 Delivered by China between 2003 & 2004.[31]
  • Italy OTO Melara Mod 56 105mm 50 Delivered by Italy between 1975 and 1978.[31]
  • United States M101 105 mm 250 In Service.[24]
  • China Type 56 85 mm 200 [28]
  • United Kingdom Ordnance QF 25 pounder 88mm 1000 [24]

Poland[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Poland. See also list of Polish armoured fighting vehicles.

Armoured cars[edit]

Armoured personnel carriers[edit]

Infantry fighting vehicles[edit]

Tankettes[edit]

Tanks[edit]

Light tanks[edit]

Main battle tanks[edit]

  • T-55AM Mérida (modernized T-55)
  • T-55AD-2M (command variant)
  • T-55AMS (modernized T-55)
  • T-55AD-1M (modernized T-55)
  • T-72M1Z (upgraded T-72M1)
  • PT-91 Twardy (233)
  • PT-91A (export prototype)
  • PT-91Z (export demonstrator)
  • PT-91E (export demonstrator)
  • PT-91M (export for Malaysia, 48)
  • PT-94 Goryl (cancelled project based on the PT-91)
  • Leopard 2
  • PL-01 prototypes; Polish—British project to enter production in 2018

Self-propelled anti-aircraft weapons[edit]

Armoured recovery vehicles[edit]

  • WZT-1 ARV based on T-54 chassis
  • WZT-2 ARV based on T-55 hull
  • WZT-3 ARV based on PT-91 chassis, armed with 12.7mm machine gun
  • WZT-4 ARV based on PT-91 chassis

Amphibious vehicles[edit]

Portugal[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Portugal:

  • Bravia Chaimite, wheeled 4x4 APC
  • Bravia Comando, wheeled 4x4 armoured patrol vehicle

Romania[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Romania

Armoured cars[edit]

Armoured personnel carriers[edit]

Infantry fighting vehicles[edit]

  • MLI-84 – derived from BMP-1
  • MLI-84M – major upgrade of MLI-84

Main battle tanks[edit]

Tank destroyers[edit]

  • Mareșal – prototypes built during WWII
  • TACAM T-60 – 34 conversions of Soviet light tanks during WWII
  • TACAM R-2 – 20 conversions of Czech supplied R-2 light tanks during WWII

Self-propelled artillery[edit]

  • Model 89 – licensed built 2S1 Gvozdika on MLI-84 chassis

Self-propelled anti-aircraft weapons[edit]

  • CA-95 – modern, carries four surface-to-air missiles

Russian Empire[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in the Russian Empire

Russia[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in the Russian Federation

Soviet Union[edit]

A T-34-85 tank on display at Musée des Blindés in April 2007.

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. See also lists of list of Soviet tanks, Soviet WWII military vehicles, modern AFVs.

Air-portable fighting vehicles[edit]

Self-propelled guns[edit]

Armoured cars[edit]

Personnel carriers[edit]

Saudi Arabia[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Infantry Fighting Vehicles[edit]

Armoured personnel carriers & support vehicles[edit]

  • Shibl-1 4×4 APC Four seats
  • Shibl-2 4×4 APC Eight seats
  • Al-Masmak APC
  • Al-Naif armoured vehicle
  • Al-Mansoor armoured vehicle
  • Der' Al-Jazeerah-1 AFV
  • Der' Al-Jazeerah-2 AFV
  • Al-Kaser IFV for counter-terrorism[55]
  • Al-Naif 5 APC[56]
  • Al-Naif 7 APC
  • Al-Naif 9 APC
  • Al-Faisal AFV[57]

Serbia[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Serbia

  • M-84 main battle tank (planned to be upgraded to M-2001)
  • M-80A infantry fighting vehicle (planned to be upgrade to M-98 Vidra)
  • BOV M-86 armoured personnel carrier, used by military police
  • M-84AI armoured recovery vehicle version of M-84, used in tank battalions
  • BOV-1 antitank guided missile vehicle
  • Lazar BVT mine resistant, ambush protected armoured fighting vehicle

Singapore[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Singapore

  • Bionix 28-ton replacement for M113 with 25 mm Bushmaster cannon (Bionix 25) or the CIS 40 mm AGL/.50 calibre HMG (Bionix 40/50)
  • Bionix II Updated Version of the Bionix AFV with better armour and 30 mm Bushmaster
  • Bronco All Terrain Tracked Carrier
  • SSPH Primus 155 mm SP gun
  • Terrex Infantry carrier vehicle

Slovakia[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Slovakia

  • Aligator 4x4
  • Tatrapan 6x6
  • Bozena 5 - mine clearing vehicle
  • Zuzana - selfpropelled gun

Slovenia[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Slovenia

South Africa[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles designed and produced in South Africa

Tanks[edit]

Main battle tanks[edit]

Prototype tanks[edit]

Self propelled artillery[edit]

Infantry fighting vehicles[edit]

Armoured personnel carriers[edit]

Armoured cars[edit]

South Korea[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in South Korea

Spain[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Spain

Tanks[edit]

Miscellaneous armoured vehicles[edit]

Sri Lanka[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Sri Lanka

Sudan[edit]

Sweden[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Sweden

Tanks[edit]

Self propelled artillery[edit]

Armoured cars[edit]

Personnel carriers and infantry fighting vehicles[edit]

Switzerland[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Switzerland

Taiwan[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in the Republic of China (Taiwan)

  • CM11
  • CM12
  • CM21
  • CM22(M106)
  • CM23(M125)
  • CM24
  • CM25(Improved TOW Vehicle)
  • CM26(M577)
  • CM27
  • CM32
  • M41D
  • Type 64

Thailand[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Thailand

Turkey[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Turkey

Ukraine[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Ukraine

Armoured cars[edit]

Tanks[edit]

Infantry carriers[edit]

Support vehicles[edit]

  • BTS-5B ARV (Ukrainian version of BREM-1, based on T-72 tank)
  • MTU-80 bridgelayer
  • BREM-84 ARV
  • BMU-84 bridgelayer

Upgrades[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in the United Kingdom

Tanks[edit]

First World War[edit]

Interwar[edit]

Second World War[edit]

Post World War II

Self propelled artillery[edit]

Armoured cars[edit]

World War I
Interwar
World War II
Post World War II

Armoured personnel carriers and support vehicles[edit]

United States[edit]

The M4 Sherman was produced in greater numbers than any other U.S. tank in World War II.
M1A2 Abrams with prototype TUSK equipment and Common Remotely Operated Weapons Station (CROWS),[69] with 0.50-inch caliber machine gun at the commander's station
Front  · Rear
A preserved M5 Half-track.

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in the United States

Tanks[edit]

Light tanks[edit]

Medium tanks[edit]

Heavy tanks[edit]

Assault tanks[edit]

Main battle tanks[edit]

Self propelled artillery[edit]

Personnel carriers and infantry fighting vehicles[edit]

Armoured cars[edit]

Amphibious vehicles[edit]

Armored half-tracks[edit]

Zimbabwe[edit]

Armoured fighting vehicles designed and produced in Rhodesia and Zimbabwe

Infantry fighting vehicles[edit]

Armoured personnel carriers[edit]

Mine detection vehicles[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

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  2. ^ Foss 1987, p. 246.
  3. ^ Foss 1987, p. 248.
  4. ^ Foss 1987, p. 257.
  5. ^ Foss 1987, p. 167.
  6. ^ Foss 1987, p. 253.
  7. ^ Foss 1987, pp. 168–169.
  8. ^ Foss 1987, p. 259.
  9. ^ Foss 1987, pp. 174–175.
  10. ^ Foss 1987, pp. 4–5.
  11. ^ Foss 1987, p. 138.
  12. ^ Foss 1987, p. 139.
  13. ^ a b Ness, pp. 59–60
  14. ^ a b c d e f Ness, p. 53.
  15. ^ Foss 1987, p. 281.
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  18. ^ a b c d Chamberlain and Ellis 1972, p. 19.
  19. ^ Chamberlain and Ellis 1972, pp. 20–22.
  20. ^ a b Chamberlain and Ellis 1972, p. 20.
  21. ^ Chamberlain and Ellis 1972, p. 22.
  22. ^ Chamberlain and Ellis 1972, p. 18.
  23. ^ "Fahd 240/280"
  24. ^ a b Chamberlain and Ellis 1972, p.35.
  25. ^ a b Chamberlain and Ellis 1972, p. 34.
  26. ^ Jackson, p. 81.
  27. ^ Jackson, p. 96.
  28. ^ a b Porter, p. 40.
  29. ^ Porter, p. 37
  30. ^ a b c d e f Porter, pp. 29–30
  31. ^ a b Chamberlain and Ellis 1972, p. 32.
  32. ^ a b Chamberlain and Ellis 1972, p. 37.
  33. ^ a b Chamberlain and Ellis 1972, p.36.
  34. ^ Jackson, p. 103.
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  36. ^ "1932 AMD WHITE LAFFLY". www.chars-francais.net (in French). Archived from the original on 29 November 2014. Retrieved 21 November 2014. 
  37. ^ "1934 AMD LAFFLY 80 AM WHITE LAFFLY". www.chars-francais.net (in French). Archived from the original on 18 April 2012. Retrieved 21 November 2014. 
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  41. ^ "1939 AM PANHARD 201 40P". www.chars-francais.net (in French). Retrieved 21 November 2014. 
  42. ^ Chamberlain and Ellis 1972, p. 46.
  43. ^ Chamberlain and Ellis 1972, pp. 43, 47–48.
  44. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Ness, pp. 96–100
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  47. ^ "L&T, Samsung join hands for India's Howitzer artillery". The Times Of India. 29 March 2012. 
  48. ^ "Kalyanie 155 mm Self-Propelled Howitzer entering FICV" (in Spanish). The Hindu Business Line. Retrieved 22 November 2014. 
  49. ^ "TATA's 155 mm Self-Propelled Howitzer entering FICV" (in Spanish). The Times of India. Retrieved 22 November 2014. 
  50. ^ Foss 1987, p. 335–337.
  51. ^ Foss 1987, p. 337.
  52. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x Bishop, pp. 36–41
  53. ^ Ness, p. 196.
  54. ^ a b Ness, p. 172.
  55. ^ "الكاسر (ناقلة جنود مدرعة لمكافحة الارهاب)". Retrieved 15 November 2014. 
  56. ^ "من بينها الكاسر لنقل (13) فرداً". Retrieved 15 November 2014. 
  57. ^ "Al-Masmak  !". www.arabic-military.com. Retrieved 15 November 2014. 
  58. ^ a b c Porter, p. 48.
  59. ^ Fletcher, David (1989). The Great Tank Scandal: British Armour in the Second World War - Part 1. HMSO. p. 104. ISBN 978-0-11-290460-1. 
  60. ^ Porter, p. 45.
  61. ^ Porter, p. 53.
  62. ^ Porter, p. 46.
  63. ^ a b Porter, p. 63.
  64. ^ a b Porter, p. 73.
  65. ^ Porter, p. 81.
  66. ^ Jost, Jacques (1999–2000). "Alvis-Straussler Armoured Cars in the Netherlands East Indies". Forgotten Campaign: The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941–1942. 
  67. ^ Porter, p. 59.
  68. ^ Viking Armored Vehicle – Royal Navy website Archived 2007-09-26 at the Wayback Machine.
  69. ^ "PROTECTOR Remote Weapon Station". Kongsberg Protech Systems. Archived from the original on 5 October 2013. Retrieved 4 October 2013. 
  70. ^ Spoelstra, Hanno. "Marmon-Herrington Tanks". Marmon-Herrington Military Vehicles. 
  71. ^ a b c Ogorkiewicz, pp. 84–85
  72. ^ a b c Bishop, p. 32.
  73. ^ a b Bishop, p. 33.
  74. ^ a b c d e f g Ness, p. 201
  75. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s Ness, p. 202
  76. ^ Ness, p. 203.
  77. ^ a b c d Ness, p. 192.

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