Pakistan Army Tanks of Military History - From the First to the Last
Consistently at odds with its neighbor India, Pakistan has been keen in maintaining a healthy stock of capable combat tanks throughout the decades.There are a total of 15 Pakistan Army Tanks of Military History - From the First to the Last 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 NORINCO MBT-3000 Main Battle Tank product is a more advanced form of the earlier MBT-2000 offered by China - wi...
With Ukranian assistance, Pakistan developed the Al Zarrar Main Battle Tank based on the Chinese Type 59 series....
The Al Khalid is nothing more than the NORINCO brand Type 90-IIM Main Battle Tank developed to suit Pakistani Army ...
The Type 85-II is a further evolution of the preceding Chinese Army Type 80 Main Battle Tank....
The Chinese-produced Type 69 Main Battle Tank - itself an evolution of the Soviet T-54A - went on to see strong exp...
The Soviet/Russian T-80 Main Battle Tank was a modernized T-64 with improvements borrowed from the successful T-72 ...
The Type 59 was nothing more than a Chinese copy of the Soviet T-54 main battle tank....
The T-55 Main Battle Tank was a further upgrade to the T-54 series appearing in the late 1950s and intended to coun...
The M48 Patton medium tank was utilized to good effect in the Vietnam War by the US Army and USMC, despite the fore...
The M47 Patton was an interim solution developed during the Korean Conflict of 1950-1953 though it did not see acti...
The T-54 Main Battle Tank succeeded the fabled Soviet T-34 Medium Tank of World War 2 fame....
The American M24 Chaffee Light Tank appeared during the latter stages of World War 2 and saw considerable service i...
The American M4 Sherman Medium Tank formed the backbone of the World War 2 Allied armored offensive and went on to ...