List of armoured fighting vehicles by country

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A T-34-85 tank on display at Musée des Blindés in April 2007.
The M4 Sherman was produced in greater numbers than any other U.S. tank in World War II.

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-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]

  • DefTech AV4

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
  • Al-Hadeed – armoured repair and recovery 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]
  • Pakistan Al-Hadeed—Based on APC Talha.[27]
  • 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 2016

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]

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]

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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  17. ^ "ZBD2000 Amphibious Fighting Vehicle". Sinodefence.com. 20 February 2009. Retrieved 23 February 2013. 
  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.
  35. ^ a b c d "1930 BLINDES BERLIET". www.chars-francais.net (in French). Retrieved 21 November 2014. 
  36. ^ "1932 AMD WHITE LAFFLY". www.chars-francais.net (in French). Retrieved 21 November 2014. 
  37. ^ "1934 AMD LAFFLY 80 AM WHITE LAFFLY". www.chars-francais.net (in French). Retrieved 21 November 2014. 
  38. ^ "1934 LAFFLY S 15 TOE". www.chars-francais.net (in French). Retrieved 21 November 2014. 
  39. ^ "1940 CHASSEUR DE CHAR LAFFLY W 15 TCC". www.chars-francais.net (in French). Retrieved 21 November 2014. 
  40. ^ "1933 AMD PANHARD 165/175". www.chars-francais.net (in French). Retrieved 21 November 2014. 
  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
  45. ^ "Tata entering Defence with FICV" (in Spanish). Business Standard. Retrieved 22 November 2014. 
  46. ^ "Mahindra entering FICV" (in Spanish). Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 22 November 2014. 
  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
  69. ^ "PROTECTOR Remote Weapon Station". Kongsberg Protech Systems. 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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