Modern equipment of the Brazilian Army

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Modern equipment of the Brazilian Army is a list of equipment currently in service in the Brazilian Army.

Infantry weapons[edit]

Pistols[edit]

Origin Model Caliber Type Image
Pistols
 United States/ Brazil M973 Colt 9×19mm (being replaced) Pistol Kongsberg Colt.jpg
 Austria Glock 17 9×19mm (Used by SOF) Pistol Glock 17 MOD 45154998.jpg
 Brazil Taurus PT-92 9×19mm (Standard issue) Pistol A o Simples.JPG
 Brazil Imbel GC 9×19mm (Standard issue) Pistol MD2A2-IPSC.jpg

Submachine guns[edit]

Origin Model Caliber Type Image
Submachine guns
 Italy/ Brazil Beretta M12 9×19mm (Standard issue) (Known as MT-12) Submachine gun Beretta mod12s scheda.jpg
 Germany MP5 9×19mm (Used by SOF) Submachine gun MP5.jpg
 Brazil SMT-9 9×19mm (Used by SOF) Submachine gun

Service rifles[edit]

Origin Model Caliber Type Image
Assault Rifles
 Brazil Mosquefal M968 7.62×51mm (Reserve and parade rifle) Training rifle Mauser-Vergueiro.jpg
 Belgium/ Brazil M964 FAL 7.62×51mm (Being replaced by Imbel A2) Battle rifle FN-FAL belgian.jpeg
 Belgium/ Brazil FN FAP 7.62×51mm (Being replaced) Battle rifle Israeli Heavy Barrel FAL, note the hinged buttplate.jpg
 Brazil M964A1 ParaFAL 7.62×51mm (Standard issue for paratroopers and airborne, being replaced by Imbel A2) Assault rifle Un FN FAL version Para.jpg
 Brazil IMBEL MD97 5.56×45mm (Standard issue for border brigades and SOF, being replaced by Imbel A2) Assault rifle Imbel md2.jpg
 United States M16A2[1] 5.56×45mm (Used dy SOF) Assault rifle M16a2-final.png
 Brazil IMBEL IA2 7.62×51mm and 5.56×45mm (To replace M964 FAL as standard issue)[2] Carbine Ia2 ctt.jpg
 United States M4 5.56×45mm (Used by SOF).[3] Carbine M4A1 ACOG.jpg
 Germany HK416 5.56×45mm (Used by SOF and Border Brigade). Carbine HK416.jpg
 Israel/ Brazil Taurus Tavor TAR-21 5.56×45mm (Used by Border Brigade and SOF) Carbine IWI-Tavor-TAR-21w1.jpg

Shotguns[edit]

Origin Model Caliber Type Image
Shotguns
 Italy Benelli M4 12 gauge Shotgun Benelli m4 2.jpg
 United States Mossberg 590 12 gauge Shotgun PEO Mossberg 590A1.jpg
 Brazil Pump CBC calibre 12 gauge Shotgun

Machine guns[edit]

Origin Model Caliber Type Image
Machine guns
 United States M2 Browning machine gun 12.7×99mm Heavy machine gun M2 Browning, Musée de l'Armée.jpg
 Germany MG-3 7.62×51mm (Used as secondary weapon by MBT Leopard 1) General-purpose machine gun MG-3 Centauro.JPG
 Belgium/ Brazil FN MAG M971 7.62×51mm Medium machine gun FN MAG.png
 Belgium FN Minimi 5.56×45mm
7.62×51mm
Light machine gun
Medium machine gun
M249 FN MINIMI DA-SC-85-11586 c1.jpg

Sniper rifles[edit]

Origin Model Caliber Type Image
Sniper Rifles
 United States of America M40 rifle 7.62×51mm (For designed marksmen in light infantry regiments) Sniper rifle M40 01.jpg
 United States of America Barrett M82 12.7×99mm (Anti-material rifle) (Used by SOF) Anti-materiel rifle M107 1.jpg
 United States M24 Sniper Weapon System (7.62×51mm) Sniper rifle PEO M24 SWS.jpg
 United States Remington MSR (7.62×51mm) Sniper rifle Remington MSR.png
 France PGM 338 .338 Lapua Magnum (Used by SOF) Sniper rifle Mini Hecate 338.jpg
 Germany Heckler & Koch PSG1 7.62×51mm (Used by SOF and jungle warfare brigades) Sniper rifle PSG-1 rifle museum 2014.jpg
 Brazil Imbel AGLC 7.62×51mm (Indigerous sniper rifle) Sniper rifle
  Switzerland SIG Sauer SSG 3000 7.62×51mm NATO Sniper rifle SIG Sauer SSG 3000.jpg

Grenade launchers[edit]

Origin Model Caliber Type Image
Grenade launchers
 United States M79 grenade launcher 40×46mm Grenade launcher Grenade launcher M79 1.jpg
 United States Milkor MGL 40×46mm Grenade launcher M-32 Grenade Launcher.jpg
 United States M203 grenade launcher 40×46mm Grenade launcher M203 1.jpg

Grenades[edit]

Origin Model Caliber Type Image
Grenades
 Russia F1 grenade Hand grenade anti-personnel fragmentation F1 grenade travmatik com 02 by-sa.jpg
 United States Mk 2 grenade Time-fused grenade anti-personnel fragmentation MkII 06.JPG
 United States M26 grenade Hand grenade anti-personnel fragmentation M-67Grenade.jpg

Anti-armor[edit]

Origin Model Quantity Caliber Type Image
Anti-Armour
 United States M40 400 launchers 105mm (Being withdrawn) Recoilless rifle Rcl106lat2.jpg
 Sweden Carl Gustav recoilless rifle 300 launchers 84mm Recoilless rifle Carl Gustav recoilless rifle.jpg
 Sweden AT4 1,500 launchers 84mm (To be replaced by the national ALAC) Anti-tank weapon AT-4Launcher.jpeg
 Brazil ALAC (Arma Leve Anticarro) 2,000 launchers on order. 84mm (Going into mass production in 2012. Replacing the AT4) Anti-tank weapon ALAC2.JPG
 France ERYX 57 launchers 136mm Anti-tank missile ERYX-2ndFrInReg 2.jpg
 France MILAN 20 launchers Anti-tank missile MILAN AGDUS 1.JPG
 Brazil MSS-1.2 400+ launchers on order 130mm Anti-tank missile

Light infantry mortars[edit]

Origin Model Number Type Image
 United States M30 107 mm Mortar 214 Mortar Combatente da Caatinga (26700209205).jpg
 Brazil M936 81mm AGR 1,200+ Mortar
 United Kingdom L16 81mm Mortar ~900 Mortar 81mmMORT L16.png
 Brazil M949 60mm AGR 1,460+ Light Mortar
 France Brandt 60 mm LR Gun-mortar 1,000+ Light Mortar

Protective gear[edit]

Origin Model Details Type Image
 United States
 Brazil
PASGT local manufacturing version combat helmet Comando Militar do Nordeste (CMNE) sob nova direção (14331179036).jpg
 United States
 Brazil
MICH local manufacturing version combat helmet Sistema Integrado de Monitoramento de Fronteiras (Sisfron) (15024490533).jpg
 Brazil CCB combat helmet Tropas vigiam Alegrete - RS (9919104415).jpg
 United States MTV ballistic vest ModularTacticalVest.jpg
 Brazil Interceptor body armor ballistic vest

Armored vehicles[edit]

Main battle tanks[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Number[4] Note Photo
Leopard 1  Germany Main battle tank 1A1
1A5
91
220
220 1A5 for armored units as well as 19 specialized vehicles acquired in 2006. Blindados em Rosário do Sul - RS (9919078884).jpg
M60 Patton  United States Main battle tank A3 TTS 91 M60A3 TTS variant, acquired from 1995-1996.[5][6] Cavalaria (29213603362).jpg

Infantry fighting vehicles and armored personnel carriers[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Number[4] Note Photo
EE-9 Cascavel 6×6  Brazil Armored reconnaissance EE-9 600[7] 10 being modernized 45 were upgraded for UN peacekeeping operations. Will be replaced by VBR-MR 8×8 reconnaissance vehicle since 2020. Cavalaria (28698737404).jpg
EE-11 Urutu 6×6  Brazil Armored personnel carrier EE-11 223[7] 175 being upgraded. Other 60 being updated. Will be replaced by VBTP-MR. EE-11 Urutu — 15RcMecEs.jpg
VBTP-MR Guarani 6×6  Brazil Infantry fighting vehicle
Armored personnel carrier
VBTP
VBCI
280+[8][9][10] Four pre-series and 50 purchased. 86 units were ordered in December 2012, with 2,044 units of the 6×6 variant total ordered (finish by 2030).[11] Guarani (6125539182).jpg
M113  United States Armored personnel carrier M113BR
M113A2[12]
584
12[12]
376 being upgraded by BAE Systems to M113BR standard. Other 208 being updated. M-113 (7810206804).jpg
M577  United States Command Post Carrier M577A2[12] 34[12] M577.JPG

Infantry mobility vehicles[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Number[4] Note Photo
AV-VBL 4×4  Brazil Infantry mobility vehicle/Command and control AV-VBL 32 Vehicle auxiliary support groups artillery rocket. Second batch was ordered. AV-VBL (7809940440).jpg
Iveco LMV 4×4  Italy Infantry mobility vehicle VBM 0 1,464 Iveco LMV on order.[13] Exercise TRIDENT JUNCTURE (22386408238).jpg

Artillery[edit]

Self-propelled artillery[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Number[4] Note Photo
M108  United States Self-propelled artillery M108AP 72 In decommissioning process, about 32 still in operation in the artillery school and military academy. Cavalaria (29213536332).jpg
M109  United States Self-propelled artillery M109A3 155 mm
M109A5 155 mm
M109A5+ 155 mm
40
100
(32 being upgraded to M109A5+)
40 M-109A3 former Belgian. Acquired 40 M-109A5 Ex-US Army in 2016. All fleet to be upgraded to M109A5+.[14] On 14 June 2017, Brazilian Army will receive another +60 vehicles M-109A5 Ex-US Army.[15] M190 houwitser.png
Flakpanzer Gepard  Germany Self-propelled anti-aircraft gun Gepard 1A2 36 [16] Cavalaria (28700773533).jpg

Rocket artillery[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Number[4] Note Photo
ASTROS  Brazil Multiple rocket launcher Astros 2020 (108/180/300 mm) 38 launchers vehicles Plans to acquire 3 batteries (01 artillery group). 20 vehicles each (launchers and others) (01 battery). Additional batch of 20 more vehicles were bought in 2012 model Astros 2020 to replace the first vehicles, starting to delivery in December 2014. Astros 2020 (14338252946).jpg
AV-SS 12/36  Brazil Multiple rocket launcher 70 mm 100
ASTROS HAWK  Brazil Multiple rocket launcher 70 mm 60

Surface-to-air missile systems[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Number[4] Note Photo
9K38 Igla  Russia Man-portable air-defense systems SA-18
SA-24
120 launchers
64 launchers
Ministro Jaques Wagner assiste exercício de artilharia antiaérea do Exército (20356086501).jpg
RBS 70  Sweden Short range air defense 25 launchers Additional launchers ordered in 2017[17] 16th Air Defence Regiment soldiers with RBS-70 July 2011.jpg

Towed artillery[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Number[4] Note Photo
M114  United States Towed howitzer 155 mm 92 155mm. Study by replacing M777 howitzer. ROCA M114A1 155mm Howitzer Display at Chih Hang Air Force Base Apron 20130601.jpg
L118  United Kingdom Towed howitzer 105 mm 54 Used by Light Infantry Brigades Brazilian Army equipment on display for Soldier's Day 2010-08-29 5.jpg
OTO Melara Mod 56  Italy Towed howitzer 105 mm 80 Used by Parachute and Jungle Infantry Brigades Spanish-marines-man-105mm-howitzer-19811001.jpg
M101  United States Towed howitzer 105 mm 320 Formatura AMAN 2014 (15922630021).jpg
M102  United States Towed howitzer 105 mm 19 M102 Howitzer A1206 Tai Iraq 2004.JPG
Oerlikon 35mm   Switzerland
 Italy
Towed anti-aircraft artillery 35 mm 38 Being upgraded, using Brazilian made Skyguard FC radars EDT-FILA Oerlikon GDF-003 35mm Twin Cannon at Songshan Air Force Base 20110813.jpg
Bofors 40mm L/70  Sweden Towed anti-aircraft artillery 40 mm 24 Being upgraded, using Brazilian made Skyguard FC radars EDT-FILA Antiaéreo (6125000423).jpg

Towed mortar[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Number[4] Note Photo
120mm M2 RAIADO  Brazil Towed mortar 120 mm 200+[18] 500+ on order Morteiro 03.JPG
Mortier 120mm Rayé Tracté Modèle F1  France Towed mortar 120 mm 214 Being replaced by M2 Mor120.jpg

Engineering vehicles[edit]

Armored vehicles[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Number[4] Note Photo
M88  United States Armored recovery vehicle M88A1 4 [12] M88A1-ARV.jpg
M578  United States Armored recovery vehicle 17 Recently updated. 14 operational. Viatura guincho 02.JPG
Bergepanzer 2  Germany Armored recovery vehicle 7 Bergepanzer2.jpg
Pionierpanzer 2 Dachs  Germany Armored Engineer Vehicle 6 Pionierpanzer Dachs (2008).jpg
Panzerschnellbruecke Biber  Germany Armored Engineer Vehicle 4 Panzerschnellbruecke Biber auf Brueckenleger.jpg

Logistic Support[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Number[4] Note Photo
Mabey Logistic Support Bridge  United Kingdom Bridge 16 Operação Ágata 8 (14045973208).jpg
Pontoon bridge  United Kingdom Bridge 7 Transposição do Rio Santa Maria - RS (9919054105).jpg
M3 Amphibious Rig  Germany Amphibious Bridging Vehicle Undisclosed number ordered General Dynamics M3 (8662927563).jpg
Loader  United States
 Brazil
Wheel Loaders ROCA Case 721B Loader in Taipin Camp 20120324a.jpg
Bulldozer  United States
 Brazil
Tractor crawler US Navy 071113-N-3857R-007 Builder 1st Class William Waldron guides Equipment Operator 3rd Class Earnest Wilson into place as he operates a bulldozer to clear debris so concrete can be placed to patch one of the runways at Camp.jpg
Small Excavators  United States
 Brazil
Excavator Img hyex.jpg
Grader  United States
 Brazil
Motorgraders Grader02.jpg
Rollers  United States
 Brazil
Road roller Seabees compactor roller.jpg

Unarmored vehicles[edit]

Trucks[edit]

Name Type Number Origin Note Photo
Engesa EE-50 "Mamute" 6×6 Utility Vehicle/Heavy Truck 90[19]  Brazil used by some armoured brigades
UAI-TEREX M1-50 6×6 Utility Vehicle/Medium Truck 85[20]  Brazil used by some battalions of artillery Exército Brasileiro (4968124907).jpg
Mercedes-Benz 2028-A 6×6 Utility Vehicle  ?  Germany used by some battalions of cavalry FAP 2228.jpg
Mercedes-Benz Atego 1720A 4×4 Utility Vehicle 2,000[21]  Brazil Use standard Army SEGURANÇA REFORÇADA NA VIA TRANSOLÍMPICA APÓS ÔNIBUS DA RIO 2016 SER ATINGIDO (28300999834).jpg
Volkswagen Worker Worker 26.260 6×4
Worker 15.210 4×4
Worker 13.180 4×2
Worker 13.180 4×4
5,000[22][23]  Brazil Use standard Army Volkswagen 15.210 (7810253684).jpg
Volkswagen Constellation 24.250 6×2
31.320 6×4 Tank truck
31.320 6×6 QT Heavy Truck
~200  Brazil VW Constellation BRA.JPG
Unimog 4×4 UNIMOG U100L
UNIMOG U1300L
32
106
 Germany Used by electronic warfare and light artillery regiments. Exército Brasileiro (4968751470).jpg
Ford Cargo 2629 - 6×4 Tank truck 600  Brazil
 United States
Use standard Army Ford Cargo 2628 6x4 2012.jpg
Mercedes-Benz Accelo Cargo truck 60  Brazil Used by battalions of supplies Visita técnica da Comissão de Estudos de Alimentação para as Forças Armadas (16688492278).jpg
Hyundai HD 78 Cargo truck 24+  Brazil Used by battalions of supplies
M35 6×6 Utility Vehicle/Medium Truck 400  United States used by some artillery brigades M35A2 with winch.jpg
Volvo N L10 Heavy equipment transporter 32  Brazil
 Sweden
Battalions of logistics and transportation of materials Volvo NL12 Brazil.jpg
Mercedes-Benz Axor 1829 4×4 Utility Vehicle 285  Brazil
 Germany
SOF Brigade Mercedes Benz Axor 1829 A 4x4 Bundeswehr.jpg
Mercedes-Benz Axor 2544 Heavy equipment transporter 162  Brazil
 Germany
Battalions of logistics and transportation of materials EB (6125009049).jpg
Iveco Trakker Heavy equipment transporter 65  Brazil
 Italy
Battalions of logistics and transportation of materials 5ª RM - 5° BLog.JPG

Buses[edit]

Name Type Number Origin Note Photo
Comil Svelto Bus 200  Brazil Chassi Mercedes Benz EB (15168192712).jpg
Comil Svelto Mini Bus 21  Brazil Chassi Mercedes Benz
Volksbus Bus 370  Brazil Used for conventional transport. BPChq (8613477780).jpg

Jeeps (administrative vehicles and light vehicles)[edit]

Name Type Number Origin Note Photo
Toyota Hilux Light Utility Vehicle ~1.000  Brazil
 Argentina
Standard vehicle and military ambulance. EB (15168558335).jpg
Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Light Utility Vehicle ~120  Brazil Used by the Army Police EB (6109800785).jpg
Troller T4 Light Utility Vehicle ~100  Brazil Used in parachute infantry brigade[24] Troller (7908254726).jpg
Ford F-250 Light Utility Vehicle ~200  Brazil
 United States
Used in jungle infantry brigade[25] 2012 Ford F-250 SuperCrew -- NHTSA 2.jpg
Ford F-350 Light Utility Vehicle 340  Brazil
 United States
Military ambulance[25] Operação Ágata 9 (20072708679).jpg
M151 Light Utility Vehicle 318  United States 318 still active use M40 recoilless rifle. Being withdrawn: being replaced by Agrale Marruá Saudi Arabian M151 light utility vehicles with recoilless rifles.JPEG
Land Rover Defender Light Utility Vehicle 941  United Kingdom Might be replaced in the future by the Agrale Marruá Cavalaria (29288018546).jpg
Toyota Bandeirante Light Utility Vehicle 960  Brazil 347 military ambulance units. Being replaced by Agrale Marruá 1982 Toyota Landcruiser HJ47 utility (5636692973).jpg
JPX Montez Light Utility Vehicle 750  Brazil being replaced by Agrale Marruá JPXMilitar.jpg
Agrale Marruá AM2 Light Utility Vehicle 500  Brazil Units purchased from 2006 to 2009 Cavalaria (29285536776).jpg
Agrale Marruá AM11 REC Light Utility Vehicle 1,100  Brazil Units purchased from 2006 to 2014 Agrale Marruá (7908233636).jpg
Agrale Marruá AM20 - VCC Special Car for command and control operations 125  Brazil Units purchased from 2006 to 2014 Marruá (7952402100).jpg
Agrale Marruá AM21 Light Cargo Vehicle 300  Brazil Units purchased from 2006 to 2014 EB (6125541958).jpg
Agrale Marruá AM23 Light Cargo Vehicle 1,200  Brazil Units purchased from 2006 to 2016 Exército Brasileiro (5000963149).jpg
Chivunk Light Utility Vehicle 14+  Brazil In testing phase. Intended to be used by the parachute infantry brigade.
VLEGA Gaucho Light Utility Vehicle ~20  Brazil
 Argentina
Used by parachute infantry brigade Gaucho VLEGA 2007.jpg
M-Gator A1 Light Utility Vehicle ~22  United States Used by parachute infantry brigade M-Gator.jpg

Motorcycles[edit]

Name Type Number Origin Note Photo
Yamaha R1 Escort Motorcycle  ?  Japan used by Police of Army PE (6109815737).jpg
Honda CBR1000 Escort Motorcycle  Japan used by Police of Army Operação Ágata 8 (14229335991).jpg
Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Escort Motorcycle  United States used by Police of Army and battalions of guards PE (6125533614).jpg
Harley-Davidson Road King Police Escort Motorcycle 193  United States used by Police of Army Polícia da Aeronáutica (4968439321).jpg
Honda XRE 300 Motorcycle Infantry 720  Brazil
 Japan
used by motorized infantry brigades [26] Honda XRE300 ano2010.jpg
Yamaha XT660R Motorcycle Infantry 1,100  Brazil
 Japan
used by motorized infantry brigades GTAM (4968945846).jpg

Boats[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Number[4] Note Photo
LPR-40  Colombia Patrol Boat, River Armored patrol boat 02[27][28] Tucunaré I
Tucunaré II
Operação Amazônia 2014 (15398304058).jpg
DGS ETRH Defence  Brazil Patrol Boat, River patrol boat 01[29] Carioca DGS XH 750.JPG
MRCD-1200
MRCD 1250
 Netherlands Patrol Boat, River patrol boat 04[30]
05[31]
US Navy 030703-N-4936C-031 Master-at-Arms 2nd Class Charles McMillen, left, and Machinist's Mate 1st Class Carol Nines, man a patrol craft on the Guantanamo River in Guatanamo Bay, Cuba.jpg
Guardian 25  United States Patrol Boat, River patrol boat 24 Operação Amazônia 2014 (15585289752).jpg
Ferryboat  Brazil Transporter ship, River Transporte (cargo and passengers) 01 Tenente Daniel Bazoli

Aircraft[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Number[4] Note Photo
Eurocopter EC725  France/ Brazil Tactical Transport EC-725 Caracal 8+ 16 ordered. Manufactured by Helibras Helicóptero EC725.JPG
Eurocopter AS532 Cougar  France/ Brazil Tactical Transport AS532 Cougar 8 Manufactured by Helibras AS 332 of the Brazilian Air Force
Eurocopter AS565 Panther  France/ Brazil Armed assault HM-1 Pantera 33 Manufactured by Helibras HA-1 Pantera of the Brazilian Army. Demo in the city center of Brasilia (11091705124).jpg
Eurocopter Fennec  France/ Brazil Light attack AS550 33 Manufactured by Helibras Aviação do Exército (4821485138).jpg
Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk  United States Utility UH-60L 4 3 ordered. Brazilian military helicopter underway, 2012.jpg
Short C-23 Sherpa  United States Cargo Transport C-23 0 Four ex-ANG C-23B's acquired in 2016.[32] C-23.jpg

See also[edit]

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