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This article lists modern armoured fighting vehicles produced in the listed countries after the Second World War.

Military vehicular preservation

Examples of a number of these vehicle models appear at military vehicle shows and some relatively modern ones are owned by private collectors following there sale by the military after recent conflicts such as the Gulf War and the break up of the Former Soviet Union. The military powers of the world have change there strategies and bought newer vehicles to cope with changes to defensive requirements, rendering some 'modern' armaments surplus to requirements.

Argentina Edit

AFVs produced in Argentina

Australia Edit

AFVs produced in Australia

Wheeled armoured fighting vehicles Edit

Armoured personnel carriers Edit

Austria Edit

AFVs produced in Austria

Belgium Edit

AFVs produced in Belgium

Belarus Edit

AFVs produced in Belarus

Brazil Edit

AFVs produced in Brazil

Armoured personnel carrierEdit

Infantry fighting vehiclesEdit

Main Battle TankEdit

Self-propelled artilleryEdit

4x4 Armored carEdit

OthersEdit

Bulgaria Edit

AFVs produced in Bulgaria

Canada Edit

AFVs produced in Canada

Chile Edit

AFVs produced in Chile

China Edit

AFVs produced in China

Tanks Edit

Infantry fighting vehicles Edit

Croatia Edit

AFVs produced in Croatia

Egypt Edit

Tanks Edit

Armoured fighting vehiclesEdit

Armoured carsEdit

Finland Edit

AFVs produced in Finland

France Edit

AFVs produced in France

Tanks Edit

Armoured cars Edit

Armoured personnel carriers Edit

Georgia Edit

Fast attack vehiclesEdit

Armoured personnel carriersEdit

Infantry fighting vehicleEdit

Self-propelled artilleryEdit

Germany Edit

AFVs produced in Germany

Tanks Edit

Self-propelled artillery Edit

Self-propelled anti-aircraft artilleryEdit

Tank destroyers Edit

Infantry fighting vehicles Edit

Reconnaissance vehicle Edit

Armoured personnel carriers Edit

Bridge layers Edit

Other AFVs Edit

Greece Edit

AFVs produced in Greece

Tanks Edit

Infantry carriers Edit


India Edit

AFVs produced in India

Tanks Edit

Armoured fighting vehicles Edit

Armoured carrier Edit

Self-propelled artillery Edit

Indonesia Edit

AFVs produced in Indonesia

Iran Edit

AFVs produced in Iran

Tanks Edit

Armoured personnel carriers Edit

Self-propelled artillery Edit

  • Raad 1 122mm self-propelled howitzer
  • Raad 2 155mm self-propelled howitzer

Iraq Edit

AFVs produced in Iraq

Tanks Edit

Armoured personnel carriers Edit

Ireland Edit

Tanks Edit

Armoured Personnel Carriers Edit

Israel Edit

Tanks Edit

Armoured personnel carriers Edit

Self-propelled artillery Edit

Combat engineering vehicles Edit

Italy Edit

AFVs produced in Italy

Main battle tanks Edit

Infantry fighting vehicles Edit

Armoured personnel carriers Edit

Self-propelled air defence Edit

Wheeled armoured vehicles Edit

Self-propelled artillery Edit

Observation vehicles Edit

Japan Edit

AFVs produced in Japan

Armored personnel carriers Edit

Infantry fighting vehicles Edit

Main battle tanks Edit

Netherlands Edit

AFVs produced in the Netherlands

North Korea Edit

AFVs produced in North Korea

Tanks Edit

Armoured personnel carriers Edit

Self-propelled guns Edit

Norway Edit

AFVs produced in Norway

Norwegian CV9030N in snow

CV9030

Multiple Launch Rocket System

MLRS

Main article: Norwegian Army

Main Battle Tanks Edit

Infantry Fighting Vehicles Edit

Armoured personnel carrier Edit

Self-propelled artillery Edit

PakistanEdit

AFVs produced in Pakistan

TanksEdit

Armoured security vehiclesEdit

Armoured personnel carriersEdit

Poland Edit

AFVs produced in Poland

Tanks Edit

Tracked armoured personnel carriers and infantry fighting vehicles Edit

Wheeled armoured personnel carriers and infantry fighting vehicles Edit

Armoured cars Edit

Self-propelled artillery Edit

  • 2S1 "Goździk" - (pl. Carnation) 122 mm howitzer using MT-LB chassis, licensed copy of soviet design
  • "Krab" - 155 mm, modern, tracked system in NATO compatible caliber
  • PZA "Loara" - artillery AA system based on a PT-91 chassis
  • Poprad
  • Hibernyt

Portugal Edit

AFVs produced in Portugal

Wheeled armoured fighting vehicles Edit

Main battle tanks Edit

Romania Edit

AFVs produced in Romania

Tanks Edit

Armoured personnel carriers Edit

Infantry fighting vehicles Edit

Self-propelled artillery Edit

Russia Edit

AFVs produced in Russia

Tanks Edit

Armoured personnel carriers and infantry fighting vehicles Edit

Self-propelled artillery Edit

Serbia Edit

AFVs produced in Serbia

Tanks Edit

Armoured personnel carriers Edit

Infantry fighting vehicles Edit

Combat engineering vehicles Edit


Singapore Edit

AFVs produced in Singapore

Tanks Edit

Armoured fighting vehicles Edit

  • AMX-10 PAC90 and other versions
  • M113 Modernised with 25 mm Bushmaster or 40 mm AGL
  • Bionix AFV 28-ton replacement for M113 with 25 mm, 30 mm or 40 mm AGL
  • Bronco ATTC (All Terrain Tracked Carrier)
  • Bv206 ATTC with variants
  • AV-81

Self-propelled guns Edit

  • SSPH1 155 mm Computerised Automatic-loading SP gun

Slovenia Edit

AFVs produced in Slovenia

South Africa Edit

AFVs produced in South Africa

Tanks Edit

  • Olifant (complete indigenous overhaul of Centurion)

Armoured fighting vehicles Edit

Infantry fighting vehicles Edit

Armoured personnel carriers Edit

Self-propelled guns Edit

South Korea Edit

AFVs produced in South Korea

Tanks Edit

Armoured fighting vehicles Edit

Self-propelled artillery Edit

Self-propelled air defense Edit

Soviet Union Edit

AFVs produced in the Soviet Union

Tanks Edit

Armoured personnel carriers and infantry fighting vehicles Edit

Self-propelled artillery Edit

Self-propelled air defense Edit

Spain Edit

AFVs produced in Spain

Tanks Edit

Armoured fighting vehicles Edit

  • Centauro VRCC (Vehículo de Reconocimiento y Combate de Caballería)
  • VEC-M1

Infantry fighting vehicles Edit

Armoured personnel carriers Edit

Sweden Edit

AFVs produced in Sweden

Tanks Edit

Infantry fighting vehicles Edit

Other AFVs Edit

Switzerland Edit

AFVs produced in Switzerland

Main battle tanks Edit

Armored fighting vehicles Edit

Self-propelled artillery Edit

Armored reconnaissance vehicles Edit

Turkey Edit

AFVs produced in Turkey

Main battle tanksEdit

Armored Combat VehicleEdit

Armored Personnel CarrierEdit

Light Armored Personnel CarrierEdit

Mine Resistant Ambush ProtectedEdit

Multi Purpose Armoured VehicleEdit

Self-Propelled ArtilleryEdit

Ukraine Edit

AFVs produced in Ukraine

United Kingdom Edit

AFVs produced in the United Kingdom

Main battle tanks Edit

Infantry fighting vehicles Edit

Other AFVs Edit

Self-propelled air defence Edit

Self-propelled artillery Edit

Armoured personnel carriers Edit

United States Edit

AFVs produced in the United States

TanksEdit

Main battle tanks Edit

Light tanks Edit

Infantry fighting vehicles Edit

Cavalry fighting vehicles Edit

Armored personnel carriers Edit

Self-propelled artillery Edit

Self-propelled air defense Edit

Engineering support vehicles Edit

Zimbabwe Edit

AFVs produced in Zimbabwe

Armoured Personnel CarriersEdit

Infantry fighting vehiclesEdit

See also Edit

Notes Edit

References Edit

  • Zaloga, Steven and David Markov (2000), Russia's T-80U Main Battle Tank, Hong Kong: Concord, ISBN 962-361-656-2.
  • Hunnicutt, R. P. "Patton: A History of the American Main Battle Tank." 1984, Presidio Press; ISBN 0-89141-230-1.
  • Hunnicutt, R. P. "Firepower: A History of the American Heavy Tank." 1988, Presidio Press; ISBN 0-89141-304-9.


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