Modern Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) Combat Vehicles and Artillery (2018)
While relying on foreign suppliers for some of its battlefield needs, the JGSDF has also used local industry to fulfill many roles.There are a total of 16 Modern Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (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.
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The FH70 towed 155mm howtizer system saw modest production totals for its time in service - which continues with so...
Introduced in 2002, the Komatsu LAV serves the Japan Self-Defense Force in the armored scout car role....
The Mitsubishi Type 82 6x6 wheeled vehicle serves in the Command and Control role for the modern Japanese Army....
Should the Cold War in Europe have gone hot, the M110 would have been a principle performer in the bloody battles t...
The M270 MLRS was introduced in the latter half of the Cold War, adding lethal projected firepower on a modified ch...
Introduced with Australian forces in 2004, over 1,000 of the Bushmaster MRAPs have been built since for the host co...
The Type 10 Main Battle Tank is intended to replace the existing Type 74 and Type 90 series tanks currently in serv...
The Japanese MCV 8x8 Tank Destroyer is currently in prototype form as of early 2014 with an expected service entry ...
The Type 87 SPAAG was developed to replace the outmoded American M42 Duster in Japanese Army service....
The Mitsubishi Type 89 continues to serve in the infantry fighting vehicle role for the Japan Ground Self-Defense F...
The Japanese Army Type 90 Main Battle Tank represents a respectable frontline combat system....
The Type 96 Armored Personnel Carrier entered service with the JGSDF in 1995 and is a locally-produced version of t...