List of military equipment used by Syrian opposition forces

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List of military equipment[1][2] used by Syrian opposition forces in the Syrian Civil War. This list does not include equipment used by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant and the Syrian Democratic Forces.

Sources[edit]

Large equipment like tanks and vehicles are generally captured from Syrian Army supplies, but small arms are likely a mixture of captured Syrian Army weapons, weapons imported by foreign combatants joining the opposition forces, or other sources. These include funding by private donors (notably from the Gulf region) and equipment supplied by friendly nations.

The U.S. supplied a considerable amount of weapons and ammunition, of both American and Soviet-type from Eastern Europe, to Syrian rebel groups under operation Timber Sycamore. For example, Jane's Defence Weekly reported that in December 2015 the U.S. shipped 994 tonnes of weapons and ammunition (including packaging and container weight).[3][4]

Small arms[edit]

Model Image Caliber Type Origin Details
Pistols
TT-33 TT 33 Pistol.jpg 7.62×25mm Tokarev Pistol  Soviet Union Commonly used by rebels, captured from the Syrian Arab Army.
Makarov PM Пистолет Макарова.png 9×18mm Makarov Pistol  Soviet Union Commonly used by rebels, captured from the Syrian Arab Army.
M1911[5] M1911A1.png .45 ACP Pistol  United States Rarely used by Syrian rebels
Browning Hi-Power[citation needed] High power Inglis (6971784217).jpg 9×19mm Parabellum Pistol  Belgium Is an apparent popular pistol in Syria.
Kral Arms Canas[6] N/A 9 mm Blank pistol  Turkey Blank pistol, possibly converted to fire live rounds. Only has been seen once in the war.
Rifles
Mosin–Nagant[citation needed] 7.62×54mmR Bolt-action rifle  Soviet Union Seen common service by snipers, who usually put modern optics on it. The Mosin Nagant 1891/30 variant is used most but the M1944 (or Bulgarian 91/59 mosin nagant) carbine are also used, though to a lesser extent.
MAS-36[7] MAS Modèle 36.jpg 7.5×54mm French Bolt-action rifle  France Seen moderate usage by snipers through 2013–2014 in Aleppo when in July 2013, the FSA (probably 16th Division or some other branch of the FSA. 16th Division did use MAS-36s.)[8] captured large amounts of stockpiled MAS-36s from the Syrian Arab Army. Other rebel groups such as the Al-Tawhid Brigade also captured and used large amounts of MAS-36s captured from the Syrian Arab Army. Most rebel groups stopped using the MAS-36 around 2015 as ammo seemed to ran out.[citation needed]
M1 Garand[citation needed] M1-Garand-Rifle.jpg .30-06 Springfield Semi-automatic rifle  United States Very limited usage. Questionable if it even is in Syria.[citation needed]
SKS[citation needed] Simonov-SKS-45.JPG 7.62×39mm Semi-automatic rifle  Soviet Union Somewhat uncommon usage. Usually when it is used, it is seen being used by snipers attached with optics.
Type 56 carbine[citation needed] 7.62×39mm Semi-automatic rifle  People's Republic of China Chinese copy of SKS. Used in the same way as the SKS.
Heckler & Koch G3[9][10] G3a3 edit.png 7.62×51mm NATO Battle rifle  Germany
 Turkey
Sourced from Turkey and Saudi Arabia. Used as a DMR. Used very rarely.
FN FAL[10][11][12] Al-Siddiq Battalions FN FAL eastern Ghouta.png 7.62×51mm NATO Battle rifle  Belgium Often used as Marksman Rifle and Operations Specialist Weapon, sourced from Libya and UAE.
M14 rifle[13][better source needed] M14 afmil.jpg 7.62×51mm NATO Battle rifle  United States Rare. (Better source needed)
Assault rifles
StG 44[14][15] Sturmgewehr 44.jpg 7.92×33mm Kurz Assault rifle Nazi Germany Nazi Germany On 8 August 2012, the FSA captured around 5,000 from a Syrian Arab Army storage container.
AK-47 AK47.jpg 7.62×39mm Assault rifle  Soviet Union Isn't the most common gun in the war, but is used. The AKS-47 variant is also used.[16]
AKM AKM automatkarbin, Ryssland - 7,62x39mm - Armémuseum.jpg 7.62×39mm Assault rifle  Soviet Union The AKMS variant is seen most (at least in the early part of the war), but the AKM is also seen. One of the most common weapons used in the Syrian Civil War.
Type 56 Type 56 mod02 noBG.png
Norinco type 56 noBG.png
7.62×39mm Assault rifle  People's Republic of China Chinese variant of the Russian AK-47 and AKM. The Type-56 has been seen in use by various rebel groups. The Type-56-1 and Type-56-2 are also seen.
Zastava M70[citation needed] M70AB2.jpg 7.62×39mm Assault rifle  Yugoslavia Yugoslavian variant of the Russian AK-47 and AKM.
PM md. 63 AKROMAIM.jpg 7.62×39mm Assault rifle Romania Socialist Republic of Romania Used commonly in the early part of the war. Isn't seen too commonly now.
AMD 65[17][18] AMD-65M behajtott válltámasszal.jpg 7.62×39mm Assault rifle Hungary Hungarian People's Republic Isn't the most common gun in the war but is used occasionally. Seen more commonly in the early part of the war
vz. 58[19] Sa 58-JH01.jpg 7.62×39mm Assault rifle Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Rare. Unknown how it got there.
AK-74
AKS-74[20]
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AKS-74.jpg
5.45×39mm Assault rifle  Soviet Union Mostly used by opposition special forces and elite units. Isn't too common elsewhere.
AK-74M Ak-74mpdomain.JPG 5.45×39mm Assault rifle  Russia Some modified in bullpup configuration[20]
M16A1
M16A2[18]
M16A1 brimob.jpg
M16a2m203 afmil.jpg
5.56×45mm NATO Assault rifle  United States Used by Division 30, the New Syrian Army, Al-Moutasem Brigade and Euphrates Shield rebels. The M16A1 was used commonly as a marksman rifle in the early parts of the war.
M4[21] PEO M4 Carbine RAS M68 CCO.jpg 5.56×45mm NATO Assault rifle  United States
Norinco CQ[22] NORINCO Type CQ 5'56x45mm assault rifle.jpg 5.56×45mm NATO Assault rifle  People's Republic of China "Where they are coming from is not certain. Iran is known to have purchased CQ rifles and produce it under license, but rifles similar to those seen in the Middle East have been seen and manufactured under license in Sudan, the National Interest report said." said by the Asia times.
FAMAS[23][24] FAMAS-G2-IMG 8894-white.jpg 5.56×45mm NATO Assault rifle  France Seen once in 2013, possibly smuggled out of Lebanon.
Steyr AUG[11] AUG A1 508mm 04.jpg 5.56×45mm NATO Assault rifle  Austria Origin unclear; serial numbers removed. Used by Syrian Opposition special forces.[25][26] Sometimes used by Syrian rebels as a marksman rifle.[27]
IMI Galil[18] Galil.jpg 5.56×45mm NATO Assault rifle  Israel Limited usage
Sniper rifles and anti-material rifles
Steyr SSG 69[28] Steyr SSG 69.jpg 7.62×51mm NATO Sniper rifle  Austria Is a common bolt-action rifle used by Syrian rebels.
M14 EBR[29] PEO M14 EBR.jpg 7.62×51mm NATO Designated marksman rifle  United States
Dragunov SVD SVD Dragunov.jpg 7.62×54mmR Sniper rifle  Soviet Union The most common sniper rifle in the war.
Zastava M91 Sniper Zastava M91.jpg 7.62×54mmR Sniper rifle  Yugoslavia
PSL Psl sniper rifle.jpeg 7.62×54mmR
7.62×51mm NATO
Designated marksman rifle Romania Socialist Republic of Romania
OSV-96[30] ОСВ-96 12,7-мм снайперская винтовка - МАКС-2009 01.jpg 12.7×108mm Anti-materiel rifle  Russia
M99[31] N/A 12.7×108mm Anti-materiel rifle  People's Republic of China Supplied by Qatar.[32] Is one of the most common anti-material rifles used by Syrian rebels.
Sayad-2 Steyr HS .50-frontal-scope.jpg .50 BMG Anti-materiel rifle  Iran Unlicensed Iranian produced copy of the Steyr HS .50.
Captured from the Syrian Army.[33]
PTRS-41[34] PTRS 41.jpg 14.5×114mm Anti-tank rifle  Soviet Union Used by rebels as an anti-material rifle, has seen very limited use.
Submachine guns
Sterling submachine gun[35] Sterling SMG.JPG 9×19mm Parabellum Submachine gun  United Kingdom Rare. Unknown how it got there.
Sten[36][18] Pistolet maszynowy STEN, Muzeum Orła Białego.jpg 9×19mm Parabellum Submachine gun  United Kingdom Possibly leftover from the 1948 arab-israeli war
Sa vz. 23[18][37] Samopal Vz 25.JPG 7.62×25mm Tokarev Submachine gun Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
MAB 38[38] Beretta 38.jpg 9×19mm Parabellum Submachine gun Kingdom of Italy Kingdom of Italy Only one has been seen in the war. As of 2017.[citation needed]
MP-40[39] MP 40 AYF 3.JPG 9×19mm Parabellum Submachine gun Nazi Germany Nazi Germany "Few MP-40s have been seen during the Syrian civil war, and of those that have, they appeared a year or two into the conflict. There is a decent chance that these guns were not preexisting in the country at all, but rather brought in after the fighting started. The Saudi-Croatian deal is one possibility (MP-40s were seen during the 1990s fighting in the Balkans) as is Libya, which had bought some WWII-vintage MP-40s from Yugoslavia in the 1980s."[citation needed]
Beretta M12[18] Beretta mod12s scheda.jpg 9×19mm Parabellum Submachine gun  Italy
Machine guns
RPD[40][41] LMG-RPD-44.jpg 7.62×39mm Light machine gun  Soviet Union
RPK[42] Soviet RPK-74.JPEG 5.45×39mm Light machine gun  Soviet Union
PKM 7,62 KK PKM Helsinki 2012.JPG 7.62×54mmR General-purpose machine gun  Soviet Union
MG-34[13] Digital Museum MG 34 Right.jpg 7.92×57mm Mauser General-purpose machine gun Nazi Germany Nazi Germany Captured from some Syrian stockpiles. Very rare usage but was one of the FSA's first machine guns looted from Syrian army warehouses.[citation needed]
M240B[43] PEO M240B Profile.jpg 7.62×51mm NATO General-purpose machine gun  United States Used by the NSA and Al-Moutasem Brigade and Euphrates Shield forces
FN MAG[44] FN MAG.jpg 7.62×51mm General-purpose machine gun  Belgium
Ksp 58[18] Kulspruta 58 002.jpg 7.62×51mm General-purpose machine gun  Sweden
DShK[3]
Type 54 HMG[citation needed]
12.7×108mm Heavy machine gun  Soviet Union
 People's Republic of China
Often mounted on technicals. Sometimes is planted in holes in walls or on flat surfaces when in lack of a tripod.
Chinese copy of DShK.
NSV[45] NSVT (2).JPG 12.7×108mm Heavy machine gun  Soviet Union Rarely used
W85[46] TankBiathlon2016Final-11 (cropped).jpg 12.7×108mm Heavy machine gun  People's Republic of China Used very commonly.[22] Sometimes is planted in holes in walls or on flat surfaces when in lack of a tripod.[47][48]
KPV[49] Iraqi Police gun-carriage (cropped).jpg 14.5×114mm Heavy machine gun  Soviet Union Often mounted on technicals.
M2 Browning[50][51][43] Free Syrian Army M2 Browning in northern Aleppo.png .50 BMG Heavy machine gun  United States Used by US-backed FSA groups, including the al-Mu'tasim Brigade and the Hamza Division.
M1919 Browning[18][36] Browning M1919a.png .30-06 Springfield Medium machine gun  United States Seen at least once in the war. It’s possible it was taken off a disabled Israeli vehicle during the Yom Kippur War or the 1980s fighting in Lebanon.[citation needed]
Vickers machine gun[36] Vickers machine gun, Musée de l'Armée.jpg .303 British Heavy machine gun  United Kingdom Seen at least once in the war. May or may not be usable.

Grenades, grenade launchers and explosives[edit]

Model Image Diameter Type Origin Details
F1[52][36] F1 grenade travmatik com 01 by-sa.jpg 55 mm Hand grenade  Soviet Union The most common grenade used by the Free Syrian Army and other rebel groups.
Mk 2 grenade[citation needed] MkII 07.JPG 59 mm Hand grenade  United States
M26 grenade[citation needed] M-67Grenade.jpg 57 mm Hand grenade  United States
RGD-5[36] Rgd 5 hand grenade.jpeg 58 mm Hand grenade  Soviet Union The second most common grenade.
OHG-92[53] Grenade IMG 3098.jpg 65mm[54] Hand grenade   Switzerland Grenades originally delivered to the United Arab Emirates in 2003–2004 and then given to Jordan in 2004. Unclear how the hand grenades reached the Syrian rebels.[55]
AGS-17[56] 30-мм автоматический гранатомет АГС-17 Пламя.jpg 30×29mm grenade Automatic grenade launcher  Soviet Union
Type 87[citation needed] Type 87 Grenade Launcher.jpg 35×32mm grenade Automatic grenade launcher  People's Republic of China
Mark 19 grenade launcher[citation needed] MK19-02.jpg 40×53mm grenade Automatic grenade launcher  United States Supplied by the United States.
RBG-6[57][58][59] RBG6.png 40×46mm grenade Grenade launcher  Croatia Croatian-produced copy of South African Milkor MGL. Supplied by Saudi Arabia.[60]
Arsenal MSGL[61] 40x46 MSGL.jpg 40×46mm grenade Grenade launcher  Bulgaria
FN 303[citation needed] FN 303.JPEG 18 mm Riot gun  Belgium Used by Free Syrian Police.[citation needed]
IED[62] IED Baghdad from munitions.jpg Improvised explosive device Syria Syria
Molotov cocktail[62][better source needed] Euromaidan in Kiev 2014-02-19 11-43.jpg Incendiary device Syria Syria

Anti-tank weapons[edit]

Model Image Diameter Type Origin Details
Shoulder-fired missiles
SPG-82[63] 82 mm Anti-tank rocket launcher  Soviet Union
RPG-2[citation needed] RPG2 and PG2 TBiU 37.jpg 82 mm Recoilless rifle[64]  Soviet Union Although the 104th Brigade of the Syrian Republican Guard had used them,[65] there is no proof of the Syrian Opposition using RPG-2s. Syrian rebels did use Chinese Type-69 RPGs which could be mistaken as the RPG-2.[66]
RPG-7[3] RPG-7V1 grenade launcher - RaceofHeroes-part2-22.jpg 40 mm (launcher only, warhead diameter varies) Rocket-propelled grenade  Soviet Union Very common, the most common anti-tank gun in Syria.
RPG-18[67] RPG-18-cutaway.JPG 64 mm Rocket-propelled grenade  Soviet Union
RPG-22[58] RPG-22 rocket launcher.jpg 72.5 mm Rocket-propelled grenade  Soviet Union Supplied by Saudi Arabia.[60]
RPG-26[68] Grenade launchers RPG-26.jpg 72.5 mm Rocket-propelled grenade  Soviet Union
RPG-29[69] RPG-29 USGov.JPG 105 mm Rocket-propelled grenade  Soviet Union
RPG-75[70] RPG-75.JPG 68 mm Rocket-propelled grenade  Czechoslovakia
M72 LAW[12] M72 ASM RC Kokonaisturvallisuusmesssut 2015.jpg 66 mm Anti-tank rocket launcher  United States Turkish HAR-66 (LAW copy) supplied by Turkey
M79 Osa[58][71] M79-OSA.jpg 90 mm Anti-tank rocket launcher  Yugoslavia Supplied by Saudi Arabia.[60]
RBR-120 mm M90[72] Stršljen M90.jpg 120 mm Anti-tank rocket launcher  Serbia
Anti-tank guided weapons
9M14 Malyutka[73][74] 9M14P1 Maljutka.JPG 125 mm Wire-guided anti-tank missile  Soviet Union Designated AT-3 Sagger by NATO.
9K111 Fagot[3][75][74] Фагот ПТРК 9К111.jpg 120 mm Wire-guided anti-tank missile  Soviet Union Designated AT-4 Spigot by NATO.
9M113 Konkurs[3][76][74] Flickr - Israel Defense Forces - Russian-Made Missile Found in Hezbollah Hands.jpg 135 mm Wire-guided anti-tank missile  Soviet Union Captured from the Syrian Army and supplied by Saudi Arabia.[77] Designated AT-5 Spandrel by NATO.
9K115 Metis[74] 9K115 Metys.jpg 130 mm Wire-guided anti-tank missile  Soviet Union Designated AT-7 Spriggan by NATO.
9K115-2 Metis-M[78][74] Antitank missile system Metis-M1.jpg 130 mm Wire-guided anti-tank missile  Russia Designated AT-13 Saxhorn-2 by NATO.
9M133 Kornet[79][74] 9M133 Kornet.JPG 152 mm Wire-guided anti-tank missile  Russia Designated AT-14 Spriggan by NATO.
HJ-8[80][81] SLA Red Arrow 8L.JPG 120 mm Wire-guided anti-tank missile  People's Republic of China Supplied by Qatar from Sudan.[82]
MILAN[83][74] MILAN P1220770.jpg 115 mm Wire-guided anti-tank missile  France

 Germany
Captured from the Syrian Army and YPG.[84] Some supplied by Qatar or from Libyan National Army stocks.[85]
BGM-71 TOW[86][74] Flickr - Israel Defense Forces - Launcher Captured in Lebanon.jpg 152 mm Wire-guided anti-tank missile  United States Allegedly supplied by the U.S., but origin remains "unclear"; serial numbers removed.[87] The TOW missile system has seen extensive use during the Hama Offensive by Syrian opposition forces, mainly against armoured vehicles from both the SAA and NDF.

Anti-aircraft weapons[edit]

Model Image Diameter Type Origin Details
Towed anti-aircraft guns
ZU-23-2[88][74] Zu-23 30 M1-3 - InnovationDay2013part1-40.jpg 23 mm Autocannon  Soviet Union Often mounted on technicals.
37 mm automatic air defense gun M1939 (61-K)[89] Zagan 37 mm armata plot b.jpg 37 mm Autocannon  Soviet Union Mounted on technicals.
57 mm AZP S-60[90] S-60-57mm-hatzerim-1.jpg 57 mm Autocannon  Soviet Union
ZPU[62][74] ZPU morrocan.jpg 14.5×114mm Anti-aircraft gun  Soviet Union Based on the Soviet 14.5 mm KPV heavy machine gun. Often mounted on technicals.
ZPU-4[74] MY-ZPU4-1.jpg 14.5×114mm Anti-aircraft gun  Soviet Union Mostly mounted on technicals.
ZPU-1[74] ZPU-1-batey-haosef-1.jpg 14.5×114mm Anti-aircraft gun  Soviet Union Mounted on technicals.
Self-propelled air defense
ZSU-23-4 "Shilka"[91][74] ZSU-23-4 Shilka 01.jpg 23 mm Self-propelled anti-aircraft gun  Soviet Union Often used against ground targets in urban environments.
9K33 Osa[92] Bulgarian SA-8.jpg 209.6 mm 9M33 missile Amphibious SAM system  Soviet Union Two captured from the Syrian Armed Forces and used by Jaysh al-Islam and Jaysh al-Ahrar.
Man-portable air-defense systems
FN-6[citation needed] 72 mm  People's Republic of China Supplied by Qatar.[93]
9K32 Strela-2[94] SA-7.jpg 72 mm Man-portable air-defense system  Soviet Union Designated SA-7 Grail by NATO.
9K310 Igla-1[95] IGLA-S MANPADS at IDELF-2008.jpg 72 mm Man-portable air-defense system  Soviet Union Designated SA-16 Gimlet by NATO.
9K338 Igla-S[96] 9K338 Igla-S (NATO-Code - SA-24 Grinch).jpg 72 mm Man-portable air-defense system  Soviet Union Designated SA-24 Grinch by NATO.
FIM-92 Stinger[97] 1-7 repels enemy assault at Lava Training Area 140203-M-OM885-094.jpg 100 mm  United States Turkey reportedly helped to transport to a limited amount of FIM-92 Stingers to the Free Syrian Army

Artillery and Mortars[edit]

Model Image Caliber Type Origin Details
Mortars
82-BM-37[74] Zagan 82 mm moździerz wz 37.jpg 82 mm Infantry mortar  Soviet Union
2B9M Vasilek[98] 2B9 Vasilek mortar-4058.JPG 82 mm Gun-mortar  Soviet Union Possible Chinese copy (W99).
At least one in use by Ansar al-Sham. Unclear origin. Also being used by Syrian Turkmen Brigade.[99][98]
M1938 mortar[74] 50mm Company Mortar M1938 (RM-38).jpg 120 mm Infantry mortar  Soviet Union
120-PM-43 mortar[citation needed] 120 mm regimental mortar M1943.jpg 120 mm Infantry mortar  Soviet Union
Soltam K6 160808-F-VH066-018.jpg 120 mm Infantry mortar  Israel
Improvised mortars N/A Various Improvised mortar Syria/ Syria
Field artillery
10.5 cm leFH 18M Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-204-1727-09, Balkan, leichte Feldhaubitze in Feuerstellung.jpg 105 mm Howitzer Nazi Germany Nazi Germany Seen occasional service with rebel groups during the Syrian Civil War, in July 2013 and May 2015.
122 mm howitzer M1938 (M-30)[74] VDVHistorymuseum-21.jpg 122mm Howitzer  Soviet Union Captured during Ramouseh Artillery Base assault by Jaish al Fateh
D-30[74] 2015-05-05. Репетиция парада Победы 108.jpg 122 mm Howitzer  Soviet Union Captured from the Syrian Army
"Hell cannon"[100] N/A Various Improvised howitzer Syria Syria Improvised howitzer that fires propane gas cylinders.
Originated with the Ahrar al-Shamal Brigades, now used widely.
M-46[49] M-46-beyt-hatotchan-1.jpg 130 mm Field gun  Soviet Union
180 mm gun S-23[101] Soviet-built S-23 gun.JPEG 180mm Heavy gun  Soviet Union Captured during Ramouseh Artillery Base assault by Jaish al Fateh
152 mm howitzer 2A65[74] 2015-05-05. Репетиция парада Победы 113.jpg 152mm Howitzer  Soviet Union
M777 howitzer M777 Light Towed Howitzer 1.jpg 155mm Howitzer  United Kingdom
Self-propelled artillery
2S1 Gvozdika[102][74] FLMM - 2S1 Gvozdika.jpg 122 mm Self propelled howitzer  Soviet Union Armed with D-30 howitzer.
2S3 Akatsiya[103] 2S3 Akatsiya -2.jpg 152.4 mm Self propelled howitzer  Soviet Union Armed with D-22 howitzer.
Recoilless rifles
B-10[74]

Type 65
B-10-82mm-recoilles-rifle-batey-haosef-1-1.jpg 82 mm Recoilless rifle  Soviet Union

 People's Republic of China


Chinese copy of B-10.
M60[58] Yugo 82mm M60.png Recoilless rifle  Yugoslavia Supplied by Saudi Arabia.[60]
M40[104] Recoilless-rifle-beyt-hatotchan-1.jpg 105 mm Recoilless rifle  United States Possible Iranian copy.
Carl Gustav 84mm[105] Carl Gustav recoilless rifle.jpg 84 mm Recoilless rifle  Sweden
SPG-9[74] SPG-9M rus.jpeg 73 mm Recoilless rifle  Soviet Union
Rocket artillery
Type 63[78][74] H12 Type 63 multiple rocket launcher.JPG 106.7 mm Multiple rocket launcher  People's Republic of China Possible Iranian copy.[106]
RAK-12[107][108][109] VLR 128 mm RAK 12 M91 080810 24.jpg 128 mm Multiple rocket launcher  Croatia Croatian built version of Yugoslavian M-63 Plamen with 12 rockets tubes instead of the original 32. Supplied by Saudi Arabia.[60]
Katyusha[110][111][112] N/A Multiple rocket launcher  Soviet Union
BM-21 Grad[113][114][74] Parad2014NN-32.jpg 122 mm Multiple rocket launcher  Soviet Union Initially captured from the Syrian Army,[115] later supplied by Saudi Arabia from Bulgaria and Poland.[116]
Grad-P Grad-P-batey-haosef-1.jpg 122 mm Light portable rocket system  Soviet Union
Improvised rocket launchers[62] 80mm-launcher-batey-haosef-1.jpg Various Rocket launcher Syria/ Syria
Khaibar N/A 302 mm Multiple rocket launcher  People's Republic of China

Syria Syria

Tanks and armoured vehicles[edit]

Model Image Type Origin Details
T-54[117][74] Tawhid Brigade and Conquest Brigade T-54-1.png Medium tank
Main battle tank
 Soviet Union Captured from the Syrian Army, at least one operated by the al-Tawhid Brigade and the Conquest Brigade as of September 2013.
T-55[118][74] Free Syrian Army T-55 near Daraa.jpg Medium tank
Main battle tank
 Soviet Union Captured from the Syrian Army.
T-62[119] Tawhid Brigade and Conquest Brigade T-62.png Main battle tank  Soviet Union Captured from the Syrian Army. One of the most used tanks used by Syrian rebels.
T-72[120] ParkPatriot2015part2-25.jpg Main battle tank  Soviet Union Captured from the Syrian Army. At least 8 operated by Jaysh al-Islam.
Liwa Dawood had another 6, now owned by ISIL.[121]
T-90[122] T-90SM - RAE2013-04.jpg Main battle tank  Russia 1 operated by Harakat Nour al-Din al-Zenki, captured from the Syrian Army.
BMP-1[74] Bmp-1-DMSC9112086 JPG.jpg Infantry fighting vehicle  Soviet Union Captured from the Syrian Army.
BVP-1 AMB-S[123] Field ambulance  Czechoslovakia Captured from the Syrian Army.
BMP-2 BMP-2 military parade rehearsal.jpg Infantry fighting vehicle  Soviet Union Two BMP-2s were captured from Syrian Army when FSA overran Aleppo's Infantry School and another was destroyed in the fight for Aleppo's Central Prison.[124]
BTR-60PB[125] BTR-60PB NVA.JPG Wheeled amphibious armoured personnel carrier  Soviet Union Captured from the Syrian Army.
BRDM-2[126] BRDM 2 TBiU 24 2.jpg Amphibious armoured scout car  Soviet Union Captured from the Syrian Army.
Humvee[citation needed] 060322-N-5438H-018 U.S. Army soldiers assigned to the Bravo Battery 3rd Battalion 320th Field Artillery Regiment along with Iraq Army soldiers from the 1st Battalion 1st Brigade 4th Division perform a routine patrol.jpg Armored car  United States Some captured from ISIS and YPG/SDF.
Improvised fighting vehicles Free Syrian Army technical in the eastern Qalamoun Mountains.jpg Improvised fighting vehicle Syria Syrian opposition Examples are the Sham 1 armored pickup truck and the Sham 2 armored car used by the Al-Ansar Brigade.[127]
Streit Cougar[citation needed] Infantry mobility vehicle  Canada
Streit Typhoon[citation needed] MRAP  Canada
Safir[citation needed] Off-road military light utility vehicle  Iran

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