Vietnam War Tanks (1955-1975) - Tracked Combat Vehicles of the Vietnam Conflict
Despite the jungle nature of warfare in the Vietnam Conflict, the tank still held some tactical value for both sides.There are a total of 12 Vietnam War Tanks (1955-1975) - Tracked Combat Vehicles of the Vietnam Conflict in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order. Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily primary operator.
Undoubtedly one of the most successful tank designs of the immediate post-World War 2 world - the British Centurion...
The American M24 Chaffee Light Tank appeared during the latter stages of World War 2 and saw considerable service i...
The American M41 Walker Bulldog Light Tank began production in 1950 and ended to the tune of some 3,728 examples pr...
The M48 Patton medium tank was utilized to good effect in the Vietnam War by the US Army and USMC, despite the fore...
The M551 Sheridan was designed as a true light tank, droppable by parachute from aircraft, and featured a little-us...
The M60 Main Battle Tank was never officially named Patton despite it succeeding the interim M48 Patton Medium Tank...
The Type 59 was nothing more than a Chinese copy of the Soviet T-54 main battle tank....
The Chinese Type 62 Light Tank became a lighter-armed and armored version of the Type 59 Main Battle Tank....
The Soviet PT-76 was an Amphibious Light Tank design to emerge from the Cold War period - it still maintains an act...
The T-34/85 is nothing more than an up-gunned version of the base T-34 medium tank design of World War 2....
The T-54 Main Battle Tank succeeded the fabled Soviet T-34 Medium Tank of World War 2 fame....