Modern South Korean Army Combat Vehicles and Artillery (2018)
South Korea balances the threat of invasion from the North by committing to a modern stock of weaponry for its ground forces.There are a total of 24 Modern South Korean 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.
Though not as widely exported, the newer BMP-3 is the culmination of the Infantry Fighting Vehicle line begun in 19...
The Hagglunds Bv 206 emerged from development in 1980 with its first customer becoming the Swedish Army - many more...
The K200 series was developed for the South Korean Army in the 1980s to replace the aged stock of American M113s th...
Introduced in 1999, the K30 Biho serves the modern South Korean Army in the airspace denial role....
The South Korean K21 infantry fighting vehicle only recently entered operational service in 2009 with RoK forces....
The K9 Thunder can land three successive 155mm shells in a single target area within 15 seconds of firing the first...
Production of the American M113 Armored Personnel Carrier reached over 80,000 units with service in over 60 countri...
The 155mm M114 Howitzer began life in World War 2 as the M1 before seeing a name change in 1962 - it has served ove...
The devastating M163 Vulcan is based on the M113 Armored Personnel Carrier fitted with a 20mm M61 Vulcan Gatling ca...
The M167 Vulcan was designed for ease of transport and short-ranged saturation of contested airspace....
The M270 MLRS was introduced in the latter half of the Cold War, adding lethal projected firepower on a modified ch...
The M48 Patton medium tank was utilized to good effect in the Vietnam War by the US Army and USMC, despite the fore...
While not being a direct-combat vehicle, the M9 ACE earthmover has seen its fair share of conflicts....
Several hundred thousand Mercedes UNIMOG utility trucks have been produced since the late 1940s....
The International MaxxPro is a modern MRAP vehicle designed to protect crews from small arms fire, mines, IEDs and ...
The reliable M101 went on to be used by no fewer than 67 armies worldwide making it one of the most successful arti...
The ROTEM K1 is the standard frontline main battle tank for South Korean army forces....
The ROTEM K2 Black Panther operates alongside the ROTEM K1 Main Battle Tanks series with the South Korean Army....
Introduced in 2017, the KW1 Scorpion Armored Personnel Carrier from ROTEM is being used to bolster South Korean Arm...
The T-62 Main Battle Tank was a further development of the successful T-54/T-55-series but failed to outright repla...
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 Soviet/Russian T-80 Main Battle Tank was a modernized T-64 with improvements borrowed from the successful T-72 ...