Israeli Combat Tanks of Military History - Operational Forms, Projects and Concepts
Thanks to many decades of experience, the Israelis have become something of masters in the art of armored warfare and urban combat.There are a total of 19 Israeli Combat Tanks of Military History - Operational Forms, Projects and Concepts in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below by initial year of service descending. Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily primary operator. Experimental and conceptual vehicles are also included in this listing.
The Sabra Main Battle Tank is a highly-modified and upgraded version of the American M60 Patton series....
The Merkava tank was the first indigenous Israeli tank design and has already seen its fair share of combat in the ...
The British Centurion Main Battle Tank formed the foundation of the Israeli Sho't series MBTs which saw service in ...
The Israeli Magach grew out of modified versions of American M48 and M60 Patton series tanks delivered throughout t...
The Soviet-era BMP-1 Infantry Fighting Vehicle was quite a departure from previous infantry carrier designs, incorp...
The T-62 Main Battle Tank was a further development of the successful T-54/T-55-series but failed to outright repla...
The M60 Main Battle Tank was never officially named Patton despite it succeeding the interim M48 Patton Medium Tank...
The M-50 and M-51 Isherman tanks were Israeli-originated upgrades to the original World War 2-era M4 Sherman combat...
The IS-10 / T-10 was the last of the Josef Stalin heavy-caliber, heavy-armor tank designs dating back to the Second...
The M48 Patton medium tank was utilized to good effect in the Vietnam War by the US Army and USMC, despite the fore...
The French-originated AMX-13 Light tank was in development shortly after World War 2 drew to a close....
The T-54 Main Battle Tank succeeded the fabled Soviet T-34 Medium Tank of World War 2 fame....
As formidable as the IS-2 Heavy Tank was, the Soviets raised the bar with the introduction of the IS-3 series....
Undoubtedly one of the most successful tank designs of the immediate post-World War 2 world - the British Centurion...
The M22 Locust was an American light tank combat vehicle designed to be air-dropped to assist in airborne operation...
The American M4 Sherman Medium Tank formed the backbone of the World War 2 Allied armored offensive and went on to ...
The M5 Light Tank was a successful improvement over the original M3 Stuart Light Tank series of World War 2....
The Hotchkiss H39 Light Tank followed the H35 series with a stronger engine and larger hull design....