Yom Kippur War Tanks, Vehicles, and Artillery (1973)
The 1973 Yom Kippur War - also known as the October War - marked an Israeli military victory against a combined Arab force led by neighboring Egypt.There are a total of 19 Yom Kippur War Tanks, Vehicles, and Artillery (1973) 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.
Introduced in 1932, the Swedish Bofors 40mm excelled in both land and naval roles as an air defense gun - it still ...
Once the mainstay of the Soviet motor rifle divisions, the BTR-60 series has continued service throughout the world...
Undoubtedly one of the most successful tank designs of the immediate post-World War 2 world - the British Centurion...
The M9 Half-Track was the Lend-Lease version of the ubiquitous American M2 Half-Track vehicle of World War 2....
Still going strong - the M109 Self-Propelled Artillery system debuted in the Vietnam War and has continued a useful...
The American M4 Sherman Medium Tank formed the backbone of the World War 2 Allied armored offensive and went on to ...
The M-50 and M-51 Isherman tanks were Israeli-originated upgrades to the original World War 2-era M4 Sherman combat...
The Israeli Magach grew out of modified versions of American M48 and M60 Patton series tanks delivered throughout t...
The SA-2 was a potent air defense weapon system in its prime, perhaps best known for downing a United States U-2 sp...
The SA-6 Gainful self-propelled air defense system was produced between 1968 and 1985 and is still fielded today....
The British Centurion Main Battle Tank formed the foundation of the Israeli Sho't series MBTs which saw service in ...
The Soltam Systems L-33 Self-Propelled Artillery vehicle was built upon the chassis of the World War 2-era American...
The T-34/100 served with Egyptian Army forces during the 1973 Yom Kippur War against Israel....
The T-54 Main Battle Tank succeeded the fabled Soviet T-34 Medium Tank of World War 2 fame....
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 T-62 Main Battle Tank was a further development of the successful T-54/T-55-series but failed to outright repla...
The Zelda APC was an Israeli-inspired up-armored variant of the long-running American M113 Armored Personnel Carrie...