AMX-50 Tank

The French AMX-50 Tank aka AMX 50 was a series of prototypes developed and built by French Company AMX (Atelier de Construction d’Issy-les-Moulineaux) and other French Bureaus to meet the requirement for a new modern tank for the French army during Post World War 2....
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Falcon Turret

The Falcon Turret is a former upgrade package developed by the Jordanian King Abdullah Design and Development Bureau (KADDB) which is a Jordanian defense company established in 1999. The project involved the integration of key technology from other countries,...
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AMX-13-105 Tank

Despite having a larger 105mm main gun, the AMX-13-105 Light Tank was not an upgrade for the AMX-13-75, unlike the AMX-13-90 Light Tank, but a new improved manufactured model. The first AMX-13-105 model was the AMX-13/105 Modèle 58, which was well exported and still...
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AMX-13-90 Light Tank

The French AMX-13-90 Light Tank (aka AMX-13/90 Light Tank) is an upgraded version of the earlier AMX-13-75 Light Tank. It retained the same hull and FL-10 oscillating turret (complete with autoloader) as the AMX-13-75, but had a new CN-90-F3 90mm main gun. The new...
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AMX-13-75 Light Tank

The French AMX-13-75 Light Tank was the first of the AMX-13 Tank series. It was initally built with a 75mm main gun and referred to as simply "AMX-13" until production swapped to a new production model with a 90mm main gun, the AMX-13-90 in 1966. In addition, the...
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Object 640 Black Eagle Tank

The Russian Object 640 Black Eagle Tank, was a design developed by the former State owned Omsktransmash manufacturing plant (and its design bureau) in the mid to late 1990’s. The Black Eagle project has generated a high level of speculation as to its existence. Two...
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T-80U Tank

The Russian T-80U Tank was the second major upgrade of the T-80 Main Battle Tank series and is the most common production model exported and featured in the media. It featured improvements in firepower, armor and mobility. The T-80U could be identified quickly by the...
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T-80B Tank

The Russian T-80B Tank was the first major upgrade of the T-80 Main Battle Tank and was the most common production model built. It featured improvements in firepower, such as the ability to fire a radio-guided anti-tank missile and improvements in the vehicles armor....
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LATEST MAIN BATTLE TANK PAGES

Leopard 2A5DK Tank

The Leopard 2A5DK Tank is the current Main Battle Tank of the Danish Army. In service since 2002, it is fitted with the full armor package developed during the KWS II program. This gives the Leopard 2A5DK (and Swedish Strv 122)  better protection than the standard...

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Leopard 2A6M CAN Tank

The Leopard 2A6M CAN Tank, is a Canadian variant of the Leopard 2A6 Tank. 20 of these tanks were loaned to the Canadian Army by the German Army for the Afghanistan War. These vehicles received the added "M" Mine Armor package and other additional modifications for...

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Leopard 2A4M CAN

The Canadian Leopard 2A4M CAN is the most advanced Main Battle Tank in the Canadian Army. The vehicle was developed by German Company KMW and the Canadian Army to meet their requirements with improvements, following lessons learnt operating the Leopard 2A6M in the...

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RUAG Leopard Solutions

The RUAG Leopard Solutions was developed by Swiss Company RUAG and is offered for the export market as an upgrade package for the Leopard 2A4 Tank. The package not only improves the overall performance of the vehicle, but further extendeds the Leopard 2A4's service...

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Leopard 2 Mid-Life

The Leopard 2 Mid-Life was developed by Swiss Company RUAG and offered for the export market as an upgrade package for the Leopard 2A4 Tank. The package not only improves the overall performance of the vehicle, but further extendeds the Leopard 2A4's service life for...

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Pz 87 Leopard 2

The Pz 87 Leopard 2 is the Swiss designation of a Swiss licence built Leopard 2A4 Main Battle Tank. Pz stands for “Panzer” or rather “tank” in English and the 87 refers to the year deliveries of the first vehicles to the Swiss Army. The licence for the production of...

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Strf 9040

The Strf 9040 is the designation of the Swedish Armies Stridsfordon 90 (Swedish for Combat Vehicle 90). The 40 refers to the 40mm Bofors auto-cannon main gun. A total of 509 models and variants have been built for the Swedish Army. Since entering production in 1993...

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T-15 Armata

The T-15 Armata (aka Object 149) is a new Russian Heavy Infantry Fighting Vehicle. Using the same Universal Chassis as the T-14 Armata Main Battle Tank, it was officially unveiled to the world’s media on the 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade. It is referred to as the...

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LATEST MEDIUM TANK PAGES

CV90105 XC-8

Unveiled in 2014, the CV90105 XC-8 is the second model of the CV90105 Medium Tank (as described by the manufacturer), the first being the CV90105 TML Turret. It utilizes "off-the shelf" components, the Belgium Cockerill XC-8 105HP Turret and the Swedish BAE Systems AB...

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CV90105 TML Turret

The First CV90105 was fitted with the French TML Turret The CV90105 TML Turret (aka CV90105-T) is a former medium tank (as described by the manufacturer) demonstrator utilizing "off-the shelf" components, which were the French Giat (now Nexter) TML Turret and the...

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Al Zarrar Tank

The Al Zarrar Tank is an upgraded version of the Chinese Type 59 Tank in service with the Pakistani Army. Developed in Pakistan, the vehicle has an improved main gun, Fire Control Systems, added protection and increased mobility. A number of prototypes from its...

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LATEST 8X8 FIGHTING VEHICLE PAGES

HAVOC MPC

The HAVOC MPC is a former 8x8 wheeled Fighting Vehicle developed by Finnish Company Patria and US Company Lockheed Martin as a joint project. Based on the Patria AMV and incorporating Lockheed Martin technology, the HAVOC was developed as a joint project for the USMC...

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KTO Rosomak

KTO Rosomak Description The KTO Rosomak is the Polish designation for the Finnish Patria AMV 8x8 Combat Vehicle. The KTO Rosmak is built under licence in Poland by WZM S.A. and has received a number of modifications to meet the needs of the Polish Army. KTO is...

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Patria AMV XP

The Patria AMV XP is the success to the original Patria AMV and was first unveiled to the public at DSEI-exhibition in the autumn of 2013. The abbreviation XP stands for Extra Payload. Retaining its modular concept, the vehicle has an enlarged spacious interior and a...

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