Modern Indian Army Combat Vehicles and Artillery (2018)
The Indian Army is one of the largest ground fighting forces anywhere in the world, a true military power in its region of the world.There are a total of 27 Modern Indian Army Combat Vehicles and Artillery (2018) in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily primary operator. Return to the Modern Armor Index.
The 2S1 Carnation appeared in military army inventories all across the globe during the Cold War....
The 9P148 vehicle is a BRDM-2 Scout Car with anti-tank functionality added by way of the 9M113 Konkurs ATGM....
The BM-21 Grad entered service in 1964 and has seen combat action as recently as the 2008 South Ossetian War....
The BM-30 Smerch MLRS series was developed as a successor to earlier Cold War MLRS types for the Soviet Army and it...
The Soviet-era BMP-2 Infantry Fighting Vehicle of the 1980s is built upon the strengths of the preceding BMP-1 IFV ...
The BRDM-2 armored scout car proved another popular Soviet Cold War-era export product serving worldwide....
Though now obsolete by any standard, the BTR-50 series a reliable design and easy to manufacture....
The South African Casspir MRAP has proven a popular player around the globe with key operators now residing in Egyp...
The Arjun Mk II is expected to vastly improve the overall capabilities of the original Arjun MBT offering for the I...
The Pinaka MLRS system has seen combat action in the Kargil War in 1999 between India and neighboring Pakistan....
The FH77 Haubits is a local Sweden development of a 155mm towed weapon system - it has seen sale to a few operators...
The FV180 CET system entered formal service with the British Army during the mid-1970s and continued in operation t...
The K9 Thunder can land three successive 155mm shells in a single target area within 15 seconds of firing the first...
The British-originated M777 Ultra-lightweight Field Howitzer was selected to replacing the aging stock of M198 howi...
The Soviet M-46 towed field gun system has been widely distributed around the globe since its introduction in 1954....
Despite its 1960s origins, the Soviet-era 122mm D-30 gun can still provide potent battlefield artillery support at ...
The OT-64 SKOT was a joint Cech-Polish Cold War-era development of a wheeled amphibious Armored Personnel Carrier....
When paired with other Soviet artillery weapons, the S-23 would have added a ferocious punch to an already intimida...
The T-55 Main Battle Tank was a further upgrade to the T-54 series appearing in the late 1950s and intended to coun...
One of the most successful post-World War 2 tank designs, the Soviet-era T-72 Main Battle Tank succeeded the T-54/T...
The Russian T-90 became the next evolution of the Soviet-era T-72 line incorporating proven features found in the S...
The T-90M Bhishma is a locally-developed Indian Army variant of the Russian T-90 Main Battle Tank....
The TATA Kestral 8x8 Armored Fighting Vehicle was unveiled at Defexpo 2014 and forms a possible contender to the In...
The Tata Motors LAMV was showcased at the DEFEXPO 2014 exhibition along with other possible future Indian Army vehi...
The Vickers-designed Abbot SPA featured a 105mm gun mounted onto the chassis of the FV430 tracked vehicle family....
The Vickers Main Battle Tank was developed with the budget-conscious export market in mind....