APC-Talha has been designed and manufactured by Heavy Industries Taxila (HIT) using Ukrainian engines.It is designed similar to American M113-A2-Mk1. ...more on Wikipedia about "APC-Talha"
The Australian Light Armoured Vehicle (ASLAV), is an Australian version of the Mowag Piranha. It is a highly mobile, eight wheeled amphibious armoured vehicle used for reconnaissance and surveillance operations. ...more on Wikipedia about "ASLAV"
The indigeniously built Bionix Armoured Fighting Vehicle was commissioned by the Singapore Armed Forces in 1997. Designed and developed by ST Auto, it is a medium weight tracked vehicle weighing around 22 tonnes. The Bionix replaced the ageing M-113A2 amoured personnel carriers in the Singapore Armoured Regiments (SAR). ...more on Wikipedia about "Bionix AFV"
The BMP-3 is a Soviet infantry fighting vehicle which was first introduced 1990. BMP stands for Boyevaya Mashina Pekhoty (Боевая Машина Пехоты, literally "Combat Vehicle of Infantry") † . ...more on Wikipedia about "BMP-3"
The Bushmaster Infantry Mobility Vehicle is an Australian designed and built wheeled armoured vehicle produced by Australian Defence Industries Limited (ADI). The Bushmaster is designed for operations in northern Australia, and is capable of carrying 9 soldiers and their equipment, fuel and supplies for 3 days. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bushmaster IMV"
The Coyote Reconnaissance Vehicle is an armoured fighting vehicle built by General Motors of Canada for the Canadian Armed Forces, for use in the reconnaissance role. Its eight-wheeled design is a licensed version of the Swiss Mowag Piranha. The Coyote is a larger version of the of the six-wheeled Canadian AVGP, also developed from the Piranha. ...more on Wikipedia about "Coyote Reconnaissance Vehicle"
The Dardo is the new Infantry Fighting Vehicle of the Italian Army. Out of a total requirement of 500, 200 have been delivered so far, by “Consorzio Iveco Fiat - Oto Melara”, which designed and manufactures the Dardo. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dardo IFV"
TPz (Transportpanzer) Fuchs (fox) is an armoured personnel carrier developed by Daimler-Benz and built by Thyssen-Henschel (now Rheinmetall Landsysteme) in 1979. It was the second wheeled armoured vehicle to be fielded in the Bundeswehr. It is used for various different tasks including troop-transport, engineer-transport, bomb disposal, NBC (Nuclear, Biological and Chemical) reconnaissance, electronic warfare and by the KRK (Crisis Reaction Forces). By mixing and matching the different models and retrofit kits, today more than 90 different combinations are possible, 32 of which have so far been produced. The TPz Fuchs is thus also referred to as a "retrofit platform". ...more on Wikipedia about "Fuchs (APC)"
(List of modern armoured fighting vehicles) Tanks ...more on Wikipedia about "List of modern armoured fighting vehicles"
The M113 is an armored personnel carrier family of vehicles in use with the US military and many other nations. ...more on Wikipedia about "M113"
Marder is a German infantry fighting vehicle operated by German Army from the 1960s through the present day. ...more on Wikipedia about "Marder (IFV)"
The Stryker is a family of eight wheeled, all wheel drive, armored combat vehicles produced by General Dynamics Land Systems and is in current use by the US Army. It is the first military vehicle to enter service in the US military since the M2 Bradley in the 1980s. The Stryker is based on the Canadian LAV III light-armoured vehicle, which in turn is based on the Mowag Piranha. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stryker" You are visiting shortopedia
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