Angolan Bush War Vehicles and Artillery (1966-1990)
The decades-long Angolan Bush War involving South Africa ultimately led to the independence of South-West Africa as Namibia.There are a total of 12 Angolan Bush War Vehicles and Artillery (1966-1990) in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator.
Succeeded by the Mamba in South African service, the Buffel MRAP continues on with other global players today....
The South African Casspir MRAP has proven a popular player around the globe with key operators now residing in Egyp...
The South African G5 towed field howitzer appeared in 1983 and has seen combat action in the South African Border W...
The Denel G6 Rhino makes its mark as one of the most lethal wheeled self-propelled artillery platforms today....
The South African Olifant Main Battle Tank is a further development of the original Cold War-era British Centurion ...
The Eland Mk.7 scout car was formed from the framework of the French-originated Panhard AML car series....
The Soviet M-46 towed field gun system has been widely distributed around the globe since its introduction in 1954....
The Ordnance QF 25-pounder towed gun went on to become one of the most famous pieces of British Army artillery....
The Ratel series of wheeled vehicles has proven a local success since its inception....
No one tank affected the outcome of World War 2 as much as the Soviet T-34 Medium Tank series with over 80,000 prod...
The T-34/85 is nothing more than an up-gunned version of the base T-34 medium tank design of World War 2....