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

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Argentina

AFVs produced in Argentina

Australia

AFVs produced in Australia

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Wheeled armoured fighting vehicles

Armoured personnel carriers

Austria

AFVs produced in Austria

Belgium

AFVs produced in Belgium

Belarus

AFVs produced in Belarus

Brazil

AFVs produced in Brazil

Armoured personnel carrier

Infantry fighting vehicles

Main Battle Tank

Self-propelled artillery

4x4 Armored car

  • GUARÁ Avibrás 4x4 light armored car.
  • VBL (inbrafiltro) 4x4 light armored car.
  • AV-VU4 AM medium 4X4 armored car.
  • AV-VBL Heavy 4x4 armored car.

Others

  • EE-17 Sucuri

Bulgaria

AFVs produced in Bulgaria

Canada

AFVs produced in Canada

Chile

AFVs produced in Chile

China

AFVs produced in China

Tanks

Infantry fighting vehicles

Croatia

AFVs produced in Croatia

Egypt

Tanks

Armoured fighting vehicles

  • EIFV (Egyptian AIFV variant of the M113, locally built)

Armoured cars

  • Fahd 240/280[1] - 4X4 IFV.
  • Kader-320 4X4 Light Armored Reconnaissance
  • Tiger Kader-120 4X4 APC

Finland

AFVs produced in Finland

France

AFVs produced in France

Tanks

Armoured cars

Armoured personnel carriers

Germany

AFVs produced in Germany

Tanks

Self-propelled artillery

Other AFVs

  • Luchs A2 (armoured reconnaissance vehicle),
  • Fennek (light armoured reconnaissance vehicle), replacing some Luchs
  • Wiesel 1/2 (air-transportable multirole fighting vehicle)
  • Marder 1 A3/ A5 (infantry fighting vehicle)
  • Puma (infantry fighting vehicle), replacing the Marder 1 A3
  • Fuchs 1/2 (multirole armoured vehicle)
  • Boxer MRAV (multirole armoured vehicle), replacing the Fuchs 1
  • Jaguar 1 (anti-tank vehicle, TOW), being phased out
  • Jaguar 2 (anti-tank vehicle, TOW), being phased out
  • Gepard 1 A2 (air defence tank, gun)
  • Roland (air defence tank, missiles), being phased out
  • Biber (bridge layer)
  • PSB 2 (bridge layer), replacing the Biber
  • Dachs (engineer tank)
  • Kodiak (engineer tank), for the Swiss army
  • Büffel (salvage tank)
  • Skorpion (minelayer vehicle)
  • Keiler (mine breaker)
  • TH200 (wheeled armoured reconnaissance vehicle), prototype only.
  • ATF Dingo (wheeled armoured vehicle)
  • AGF reconnaissance and combat vehicle
  • Mungo ESK (armoured transport vehicle)
  • Duro 3 (light wheeled armoured vehicle)
  • Eagle IV (armoured wheeled vehicle), to be delivered from 2008 on
  • Grizzly (armoured wheeled vehicle)
  • YAK (Duro III) (armoured wheeled vehicle)
  • KJPz HS-30 - (KanonenJagdPanzer) Tank Destroyer

Greece

AFVs produced in Greece

Tanks

Infantry carriers

India

AFVs produced in India

Tanks

Armoured fighting vehicles

Armoured carrier

Self-propelled artillery

Indonesia

AFVs produced in Indonesia

Iran

AFVs produced in Iran

Tanks

Armoured personnel carriers

Self-propelled artillery

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

Iraq

AFVs produced in Iraq

Tanks

Armoured personnel carriers

  • Dzik-3

Ireland

Tanks

Armoured Personnel Carriers

Israel

Tanks

Armoured personnel carriers

Self-propelled artillery

Combat engineering vehicles

Italy

AFVs produced in Italy

Main battle tanks

Infantry fighting vehicles

Armoured personnel carriers

Self-propelled air defence

Wheeled armoured vehicles

  • Centauro Wheeled Tank Destroyer
  • Freccia - Infantry Fighting Variant of the Centauro (Ordered, but on hold)
  • MAV 5 Armoured Personnel Carrier
  • Puma 4x4
  • Puma 6x6

Self-propelled artillery

Observation vehicles

  • Fiat 6614G 4x4

Japan

AFVs produced in Japan

Armored personnel carriers

Infantry fighting vehicles

Main battle tanks

Netherlands

AFVs produced in the Netherlands

North Korea

AFVs produced in North Korea

Tanks

Armoured personnel carriers

Self-propelled guns

  • M-1978 170 mm SP
  • M-1974 152 mm SP
  • M-1975 130 mm SP
  • M-1992 130 mm SP
  • M-1977 122 mm SP
  • M-1981 122 mm SP
  • M-1991 122 mm SP
  • M-1992 120 mm SP

Norway

AFVs produced in Norway

CV9030
MLRS

Main Battle Tanks

Infantry Fighting Vehicles

Armoured personnel carrier

Self-propelled artillery

Pakistan

AFVs produced in Pakistan

Tanks

Armoured security vehicles

Armoured personnel carriers

Poland

AFVs produced in Poland

Tanks

Tracked armoured personnel carriers and infantry fighting vehicles

  • BWP-2000 - prototype/experimental
  • BWP "Puma" E8 - modernized BMP
  • BWP "Puma" RCWS-30 - modernized BMP
  • MT-LB series

Wheeled armoured personnel carriers and infantry fighting vehicles

Armoured cars

Self-propelled artillery

  • 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

AFVs produced in Portugal

Wheeled armoured fighting vehicles

Main battle tanks

Romania

AFVs produced in Romania

Tanks

Armoured personnel carriers

Infantry fighting vehicles

Self-propelled artillery

Russia

AFVs produced in Russia

Tanks

Armoured personnel carriers and infantry fighting vehicles

Self-propelled artillery

Serbia

AFVs produced in Serbia

Tanks

  • T-55H - Serbian modernization of T-55.
  • T-72 - Serbian T-72 modernization.
  • M-84
  • M-84AB1 - Serbian modernization of M-84.

Armoured personnel carriers

Infantry fighting vehicles

Combat engineering vehicles

VIU-55 Munja

Singapore

AFVs produced in Singapore

Tanks

Armoured fighting vehicles

  • 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-Tracked Terrain Carrier)
  • Bv206 ATTC with variants
  • AV-81

Self-propelled guns

  • SSPH1 155 mm Computerised Automatic-loading SP gun

Slovenia

AFVs produced in Slovenia

  • LKOV Valuk
  • LKOV Krpan

South Africa

AFVs produced in South Africa

Tanks

Armoured fighting vehicles

Infantry fighting vehicles

Armoured personnel carriers

Self-propelled guns

South Korea

AFVs produced in South Korea

Tanks

Armoured fighting vehicles

Self-propelled artillery

Self-propelled air defense

Soviet Union

AFVs produced in the Soviet Union

Tanks

Armoured personnel carriers and infantry fighting vehicles

Self-propelled artillery

Self-propelled air defense

Spain

AFVs produced in Spain

Tanks

Armoured fighting vehicles

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

Infantry fighting vehicles

Armoured personnel carriers

Sweden

AFVs produced in Sweden

Tanks

Infantry fighting vehicles

Other AFVs

Switzerland

AFVs produced in Switzerland

Main battle tanks

Armored fighting vehicles

Self-propelled artillery

Armored reconnaissance vehicles

Turkey

AFVs produced in Turkey

Ukraine

AFVs produced in Ukraine

United Kingdom

AFVs produced in the United Kingdom

Main battle tanks

Other AFVs

Self-propelled air defence

Self-propelled artillery

Armoured personnel carriers

Infantry fighting vehicles

United States

AFVs produced in the United States

Tanks

Main battle tanks

Light tanks

Self-propelled artillery

Self-propelled air defense

Infantry fighting vehicles

Armored personnel carriers

Engineering support vehicles

  • M56 Coyote

Zimbabwe

AFVs produced in Zimbabwe

Armoured Personnel Carriers

Infantry fighting vehicles

See also

Notes

References

  • 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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