Military Factory

Military Reconnaissance Vehicles

Authored By Staff Writer | Last Updated: 12/14/2015

The main advancing force has benefited from proper reconnaissance of enemy positions, activity and strength.





There are a total of (118) Reconnaissance Vehicles in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order. Flag images indicative of country of origin.




1977
9P148 Konkurs (BRDM-2 Spandrel)
The 9P148 "Konkurs", also incorrectly identified by some as the "BRDM-3", is a variant of the base B... [Read More]
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1936
AH-IV
The AH-IV was an export tankette design of Czech origins that appeared in 1936. Agile and fast, the ... [Read More]
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1975
AIFV (Armored Infantry Fighting Vehicle) / (M113A1)
In the mid-1960s, the United States Army already began looking beyond their ubiquitous M113 Armored ... [Read More]
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1973
Alvis FV101 Scorpion
During the 1960s, the British Army adopted a tracked family concept under the Combat Vehicle Reconna... [Read More]
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1971
Alvis FV107 Scimitar
The Alvis FV107 Scimitar is a light armored reconnaissance platform primarily in service with the Br... [Read More]
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1958
Alvis FV601 Saladin
The Saladin Armored Car was a British multi-role vehicle appearing in the post-World War 2 years. It... [Read More]
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1995
Alvis Sabre
The Alvis FV107 "Scimitar" light tank proved itself a fairly successful light armored reconnaissanc... [Read More]
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1981
AMX-10RC
The amphibious AMX-10RC armored car was developed and built by GIAT Industries, a French government ... [Read More]
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1952
AMX-13
The AMX-13 Light Tank was designed to a new post-World War 2 French Army requirement. In the post-wa... [Read More]
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2015
Aqareb 8x8
In April of 2015, the Iranian Army debuted its new "Aqareb" eight-wheeled Armored Fighting Vehicle (... [Read More]
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1997
ASLAV (AuStralian Light Armored Vehicle)
The ASLAV (Australian Light Armored Vehicle) is similar in most respects to the American LAV-25 and ... [Read More]
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1914
Austin Armor Car (Series)
The armored car prove its military value during the fighting of World War 1 (1914-1918) where mechan... [Read More]
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1940
Autoblinda 40/41 (AB 40/41)
Land combat of World War 2 went beyond the storied engagements involving masses of tank formations. ... [Read More]
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1938
BA-10 / BA-32
Armored cars played a major role in warfare during World War 1 for their ease of production and mach... [Read More]
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1983
BNCFM SIBMAS
Emerging from BN Constructions Ferroviaries et Metalliques (BNCFM) of Belgium during the mid-1970s w... [Read More]
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1967
Bravia Chaimite (Series)
The Bravia Chaimite V-series of light armored vehicles is a Portuguese-designed and produced 4x4 arm... [Read More]
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1957
BRDM-1
The BRDM-1 series of amphibious scout cars first appeared in the late 1950s and would serve as the p... [Read More]
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1966
BRDM-2
The BRDM-2 primarily served as an armored scout car with the Soviet Army during the height of the Co... [Read More]
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1932
BT-2 (Bystrochodnij Tankov)
Like many of the military powers prior to World War 2, the Red Army adopted a series of light, fast ... [Read More]
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1933
BT-5 (Bystrochodnij Tankov)
The BT series of Soviet "Fast Tanks" was born out of a John Walter Christie design in the early 1930... [Read More]
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1934
BT-7 (Bystrochodnij Tankov)
In the latter portion of the 1920s, the Soviet Army began looking to modernize their fleet of aging ... [Read More]
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1950
BTR-152
The Soviet Army adjusted their battlefield doctrine following their experiences in World War 2 (1939... [Read More]
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1950
BTR-40 (Bronetransporter)
The Red Army learned much about mobility in its response to the German invasion of the Soviet Union ... [Read More]
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2016
Bumerang (Boomerang)
During the Cold War decades, the Soviet Army championed use of multi-axle armor wheeled vehicles amo... [Read More]
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1963
Cadillac Gage Commando (M706 / G-392)
The Cadillac Gage "Commando" (V-100 / G-392) was first adopted by the United States Army in the 1960... [Read More]
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1978
Cadillac Gage Ranger (Peacekeeper)
Cadillac Gage delivered their Ranger 4x4 light armored vehicle beginning in the early 1980s. The sys... [Read More]
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1935
Carro Armato L3 (Series)
The L3 series of tankettes primarily served the Italian Army in the years leading up to World War 2.... [Read More]
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1991
CIO Centauro
The Centauro B1 8x8 tank killer is in the same family line of Italian Army vehicles that include the... [Read More]
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1996
Coyote LAV
In 1996, the Canadian Army followed the United States Marines in adopting the Swiss MOWAG Piranha ei... [Read More]
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1931
Crossley Armored Car
The Crossley Armored Car was the first 6x6 wheeled armored car adopted for service in the British Ar... [Read More]
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1964
D-442 FUG / D-944 PSzH
The Soviet influence is clear in the design of the Hungarian FUG though much has been added to make ... [Read More]
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1942
Daimler Armored Car
The armored car proved itself an important battlefield tool for the British Army during World War 1 ... [Read More]
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1915
Davidson-Cadillac
The Armored Car found its niche on the battlefields of World War 1 in security, reconnaissance, and ... [Read More]
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2011
Didgori
With its relatively recent war with Russia in 2008, it behooves the nation of Georgia to develop a s... [Read More]
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1982
Dragoon AFV
... [Read More]
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2017
EDT Enigma AMFV
The Enigma 8x8 wheeled Armored Modular Fighting Vehicle (AMFV) has been developed by Emirates Defens... [Read More]
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1980
Engesa EE-3 Jararaca (Pit Viper)
The Engesa EE-3 "Jararaca" was an compact armored car of local Brazilian design, development, and pr... [Read More]
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1974
Engesa EE-9 Cascavel (Rattlesnake)
Realizing the need to replace its aged stock of World War 2-era (1939-1945), American-made M8 "Greyh... [Read More]
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2015
Fallagh
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1969
FMC XR311 (G.I. Hotrod)
In 1969, the FMC Corporation undertook in-house development of a new multi-purpose four-wheeled mili... [Read More]
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2002
FPI Cougar (MRAP)
The Cougar has since expanded into a full line of militarized armored vehicles. This began with the ... [Read More]
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1942
GAZ BA-64
Despite the heavy shift to tracked armored combat vehicles during World War 2, the massive Soviet Ar... [Read More]
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2007
GAZ Tigr (Tiger)
The Russian originated GAZ-2975 "Tigr" ("Tiger") is the Russian Army equivalent to the ubiquitous HU... [Read More]
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2010
GAZ VPK 3927 (Volk)
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2014
General Dynamics Flyer-72 ALSV (Advanced Light Strike Vehicle)
In 2012, US SOCOM (United States Special Operations COMmand) put forth a requirement for a new light... [Read More]
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2018
General Dynamics Scout SV
The British Army is currently developing the Scout SV family of vehicles with General Dynamics (UK).... [Read More]
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1939
Guy Armored Car
The armored car was a critical component of field actions concerning World War 2 (1939-1945) ground-... [Read More]
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1940
Half-Track Car M2
The United States Army learned by experience in World War 1 that trying to move men and machine thro... [Read More]
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1943
Half-Track Car M9
The half-track military vehicle achieved considerable stardom during World War 2 (1939-1945) though ... [Read More]
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1941
Half-Track Personnel Carrier M3
No image of the American military effort in World War 2 is complete without the appearance of the M3... [Read More]
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2009
HH Technologies Ripsaw UGV
The United States Army is evaluating various unmanned systems to field alongside its forward-operati... [Read More]
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1985
HMMWV (High Mobility Multi-Purpose Wheeled Vehicle) / (Humvee)
Aside from the M1 Abrams, perhaps no other American armored vehicle has represented the American Arm... [Read More]
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1915
Izhorsky Mgebrov-Renault
The Russian Empire Izhorsky Mgebrov-Renault was one of the more unique developments of armored car t... [Read More]
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1916
King Armored Car
At the start of World War 1 in the summer of 1914, countries were clamoring for all types of weapons... [Read More]
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1929
Lanchester Armored Car
The Lanchester Motor Company Limited produced a four-wheeled armored car for service in World War 1 ... [Read More]
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1916
Lancia Ansaldo IZ / IZM
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1983
Land Rover Defender 110
The Defender 110 is produced by the British Land Rover Company for military use. The British Army an... [Read More]
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1941
Landing Vehicle Tracked (LVT-2 / LVT-4) (Alligator / Water Buffalo)
The LVT ("Landing Vehicle Tracked") began a long line of amphibious tracked American military vehicl... [Read More]
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1983
LAV-25 (Light Armored Vehicle 25)
The LAV-25 eight-wheeled vehicle is classified as a light armored reconnaissance vehicle. Its wheele... [Read More]
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2003
LGS Fennek (Leichter Gepanzerter Spahwagen)
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1963
Lynx CRV (M113-and-a-Half)
The Lynx was an offshoot of the ubiquitous American M113 Armored Personnel Carrier (APC) developed t... [Read More]
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1933
M1 (Light Tank, M1 / M1 Combat Car)
The M1 Combat Car represented the rather meek beginning of American World War 2 tank development. It... [Read More]
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1999
M1117 Guardian ASV
After the bloodbath in Somalia during 1993, American Army authorities were convinced to rewrite thei... [Read More]
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1962
M114 CRV
The M114 Command and Reconnaissance Carrier followed the ubiquitous M113 Armored Personnel Carrier (... [Read More]
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1960
M151 MUTT (Military Utility Tactical Truck)
Prior to the adoption of the ubiquitous HUMVEE multi-purpose 4x4 vehicle, the US military relied on ... [Read More]
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1981
M2 Bradley
The M2 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV) fulfilled a U.S. Army requirement that began in the 1... [Read More]
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1943
M20 (G-176)
The M20 (U.S. Army identifier of G-176) was a reconnaissance/general purpose utility car adopted by ... [Read More]
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1943
M22 Locust
After witnessing the successes of the German airborne divisions to take over most of Western Europe ... [Read More]
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1944
M24 Chaffee (Light Tank, M24)
The Light Tank, M24 "Chaffee" was the chosen successor to the M5 "Stuart" light tank line which bega... [Read More]
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1983
M3 Bradley
The M3 Bradley CFV (Cavalry Fighting Vehicle) is very similar in most respects to the M2 Bradley IFV... [Read More]
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1941
M3 Stuart (Light Tank, M3)
The M3 "Stuart" Light Tank became the primary light tank vehicle for the United States Army heading ... [Read More]
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1944
M38 Wolfhound
The M38 was intended as a replacement for the ubiquitous, go-anywhere, do-anything M8 Greyhound seri... [Read More]
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1942
M5 Stuart (Light Tank, M5) (Stuart VI)
The M5 "Stuart" (also "General Stuart") was an extension of the original M3 Stuart Light Tank line o... [Read More]
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1968
M551 Sheridan
The M551 General Sheridan (or simply "Sheridan") was a light-armored and heavily-armed portable tank... [Read More]
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1941
M8 Greyhound (Light Armored Car M8)
One of the unsung American heroes of World War 2 was the venerable M8 Greyhound wheeled armored car ... [Read More]
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1990
M93 Fox
The M93 "Fox" is a United States Army development of the stellar German Rheinmetall TPz 1 "Fuchs" 6x... [Read More]
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1940
Marmon-Herrington (South African Reconnaissance Vehicle)
The Marmon-Herrington Armored Car became a rare South African industry contribution to the Allied ca... [Read More]
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1914
Minerva Armored Car
Like other armored cars of World War 1 (1914-1918), the Belgian Minerva Armored Car was a hastily-ge... [Read More]
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2007
Navistar International MaxxPro
The International Truck "MaxxPro" by Navistar Defense is a Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) ve... [Read More]
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2018
Oshkosh JLTV (Joint Light Tactical Vehicle)
The United States and its allies have made excellent use of the AM General HUMVEE (High Mobility, Mu... [Read More]
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2009
Oshkosh M-ATV
The Oshkosh M-ATV is a 4x4 armored vehicle now in service with the United States Army. Years of comb... [Read More]
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1996
Pandur I
The Pandur I was a 6x6, multi-faceted wheeled chassis primarily serving as a fast armored personnel ... [Read More]
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1960
Panhard AML 60 / 90
The French Army used the Panhard AML 60 / 90 series of light armored cars to replace the 1950s-era D... [Read More]
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1951
Panhard EBR (Engin Blinde de Reconnaissance)
The French Panhard EBR armored car of the 1950s actually maintained design origins in the years lead... [Read More]
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1977
Panhard ERC 90
The French concerns of Renault and Panhard submitted designs to fulfill a 1970s French Army requirem... [Read More]
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1915
Panzer Auto 1 (P.A.1) / (Junovicz)
... [Read More]
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2010
Paramount Mbombe
South Africa fought in the Rhodesian Bush War (1964-1979) and it was during this time that thought w... [Read More]
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1914
Putilov-Garford Armored Car
Like most other world powers in World War 1 (1914-1918), the mechanized side of the Russian Army dur... [Read More]
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1979
Ratel IFV (Honey Badger)
The Ratel ("Honey Badger") Infantry Fighting Vehicle was a long-running family of 6x6 armored vehicl... [Read More]
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2009
RG-35
The RG-35 is a relatively new armored wheeled vehicle offering by Land Systems OMC of South Africa, ... [Read More]
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1981
Rheinmetall Landsysteme Condor
The Condor is a Light Armored Vehicle (LAV) appearing in West Germany during the Cold War (1947-1991... [Read More]
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1975
Rhienmetall Landsysteme Spahpanzer Luchs (Lynx)
The West German designed and developed Spahpanzer Luchs ("Lynx") was an 8x8 wheeled, multi-role armo... [Read More]
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1958
Schutzenpanzer SPz 11-2 Kurz
Hotchkiss of France teamed with the West German Army to develop a new Armored Reconnaissance Vehicle... [Read More]
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1938
SdKfz 10 leichter ZugKraftwagen lt
Like other German military systems of World War 2 (1939-1945), the SdKfz 10 series half-track was de... [Read More]
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1935
SdKfz 101 Panzerkampfwagen I (PzKpfW I) / Panzer 1
Few could have known what the inception of the Panzer I into the German Army inventory during the mi... [Read More]
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1936
SdKfz 121 Panzerkampfwagen II (PzKpfW II) / Panzer 2
While development of the of the Pz.Kpf.W. I (Panzer I) light tank (Sd.Kfz. 121) was still ongoing, t... [Read More]
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1943
SdKfz 123 Panzerspahwagen II (Luchs)
Germany's early collection of tanks in World War 2 (1939-1945) was made up of the Panzer I, Panzer I... [Read More]
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1935
SdKfz 221 (Leichter Panzerspahwagen)
During the German military rearmament of the 1930s, the Army began to take on stocks of armored vehi... [Read More]
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1938
SdKfz 222 (Leichter Panzerspahwagen)
Adoption of the SdKfz 221 series of armored cars in 1935 by the German Army eventually led to a broa... [Read More]
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1936
SdKfz 223 (Leichter Panzerspahwagen)
The SdKfz 223 was part of a larger family of German light armored cars that began with the SdKfz 221... [Read More]
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1936
SdKfz 231 / 232/ 233 / 263 Schwerer Panzerspahwagen (8-rad)
Mobility was always to play a key role in the early German blitzkrieg campaigns of World War 2 (1939... [Read More]
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1935
SdKfz 231 Schwerer Panzerspahwagen (6-rad)
Following the end of World War 1, the victors placed the blame of the war squarely on the German Emp... [Read More]
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1943
SdKfz 234 (Puma)
The SdKfz 234 (generally known as the "Puma") was a key 8-wheeled, armed reconnaissance platform uti... [Read More]
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1939
SdKfz 250 leichter Schutzenpanzerwagen
The SdKfz 250 series was just one in the long line of German-produced halftrack systems in World War... [Read More]
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2003
Supacat Jackal MWMIK
The Supacat Jackal (also "MWMIK", otherwise nicknamed "EmWimmick" though an acronym for "Mobility We... [Read More]
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1942
T17 (Deerhound)
The T17 "Deerhound" from Ford Motor Company competed unsuccessfully against the Chevrolet designed-a... [Read More]
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1940
T-34
To Red Army authorities, it was becoming painfully clear that the BT series of "fast tanks" was not ... [Read More]
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1941
T-60
The T-60 light scout tank was designed and developed to replace the outclassed T-38 series of amphib... [Read More]
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1942
T-70
In October of 1941 - four months after the German invasion of the Soviet Union through "Operation Ba... [Read More]
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1917
Technical
The "Technical" is a generic name given to make-shift military vehicles crudely developed on the cha... [Read More]
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1985
Type 85 (YW531H)
The PT-85 is a light amphibious tank system (may also be known as the "Type 82" or "Type 85") in ser... [Read More]
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1937
Type 95
Heading into World War 2 (1939-1945), the Imperial Japanese Army (IJA) relied largely on civilian ca... [Read More]
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1937
Type 97 Te-Ke
Developed from an early Imperial Japanese Army request for a light tank in 1937, the Type 97 Te-Ke w... [Read More]
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1928
Vickers D3E1 Wheel-cum-Track Machine
... [Read More]
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1938
Vickers Mk VII (A17) (Tetrarch)
With the worsening situation in Europe during the late 1930s, it behooved the British to prepare for... [Read More]
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1942
Volkswagen Schwimmwagen
None of the major armies of World War 2 (1939-1945) was complete without specialized vehicles to ful... [Read More]
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1967
Walid (Walid Gomaa Mohamed)
In the 1960s, the Egyptian Army invested in a new armored car based on its experiences with the Sovi... [Read More]
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1915
White Armored Car
The White Motor Company's contributions to the American war effort of World War 2 became well-docume... [Read More]
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