Centurion Tank Mk13

Centurion Tank

The British Centurion Tank FV 4007, has gone down in history as the most successful Post-World War 2 British Tank. Developed at the end of World War 2 to defeat the German Tiger I Tank, it has served on nearly every major continent with 18 different nations and is still in service with some countries as of 2017. Over 4400 were built and it has been deployed in at least […]

Conqueror Tank Mk1

Conqueror Tank

The British Conqueror Tank FV214 was the last of the Heavy Tanks built by the British. Built to support the medium Centurion Tank with its 120mm main gun, it was built-in 2 Marks (Mk). Both Mk shared the same hull and turret, but with minor modifications. The Mk2 had a revised upper frontal glacis plate welds, a single Drivers sight, revised electrical cabling to the headlights and different exhaust. Despite […]

K2 Black Panther Tank

K2 Black Panther Tank

The South Korean K2 Black Panther Tank is a 3rd Generation Main Battle Tank currently in production with Hyundai Rotem for the Republic Of Korea Army (ROKA). It is the most advanced MBT in ROKA service and its technology has been exported to Turkey for the Altay Main Battle Tank. The K2 has many improvements over the K1A1 Tank (currently in service) in firepower, protection and mobility. The K2 Black Panther […]

K1A2 Tank Image 1

K1A2 Tank

The K1A2 Tank is described as the “Advanced Version” of the K1A1 Tank, by the vehicle’s manufacturer Hyundai Rotem. It is an upgrade package for the K1A1 Tank, rather than a new production model. Since production of the K1 and K1A1 tanks, South Korea has developed a new Main Battle Tank called the K2 Black Panther. The K2 features many improvements over the K1A1 and includes the latest in South […]

K1A1 Tank

K1A1 Tank

The South Korean K1A1 Tank, is the second production model of the K1 Tank series. The K1A1 featured several upgrades, which included a licence built L44 120mm smoothbore main gun. The K1A1 can be idetified from the K1 by the L44 series humped fume extractor in the middle of the barrel. Other external differences are the improved Commanders Indenpendant Sight and an increase in the gap between the hull and […]

K1E1 Tank Firing

K1E1 Tank

The K1E1 Tank is described as the “Advanced Version” of the K1 Tank, by the vehicle’s manufacturer Hyundai Rotem. It is an upgrade package for the K1 Tank, rather than a new production model. Since production of the K1 and K1A1 tanks, South Korea has developed a new Main Battle Tank called the K2 Black Panther. The K2 features many improvements over the K1A1 and includes the latest in South […]

K1 Tank

K1 Tank

The K1 Tank was South Korea’s first true Main Battle Tank. It was a joint design with the former Chrysler Defence company (now part of General Dynamic Land Systems) who had originally designed the M1 Abrams, hence both vehicles similar appearance and the K1 nickname “baby Abrams”. The K1 had some midlife upgrades and an export version with some minor modifications has also been marketed. K1 production was later swapped […]

Marder 2 Infantry Fighting Vehicle IFV

Marder 2 Infantry Fighting Vehicle

The German Marder 2 Infantry Fighting Vehicle, is a former replacement project for the Marder 1 IFV. Project development began in 1984 and it was planned that 1000 vehicles would be purchased for the former West German Bundeswehr from 1997 to 2001. With the eventual re-unification of West and East Germany, the eventual easing of relations with Russia and the projected costs, the Marder 2 was dropped in 1992. instead, […]

The German Puma IFV SPz

Puma IFV SPz

The Puma IFV SPz (Schützenpanzer), is a German Tracked Infantry Fighting Vehicle currently in service with the German Army (Bundeswehr). It is currently the most modern and possibly advanced Tracked IFV in NATO. The Puma IFV design requirement was to offer maximum protection for the crew, be airborne transportable, rapid equipping and have interchangeability of basic systems. The Puma IFV SPz was developed to replace the long serving Marder 1A3 […]

VILKAS Infantry Fighting Vehicle

VILKAS Infantry Fighting Vehicle

The VILKAS Infantry Fighting Vehicle (Wolf) is the latest acquisition of the Lithuanian Land Force. During August 2016, Lithuania officially purchased 88 Artec Boxer’s (Drive Modules & IFV Mission Modules) as used by NATO Allies, Germany and the Netherlands. In addition, 88 Samson Mk2 Weapon Stations were ordered by Lithuania for their new Boxers, from Israeli Defence company Rafael Advanced Defense Systems. Rafael will be working as a sub-contractor for […]