Modern Royal Saudi Land Forces (Saudi Arabia) Army Combat Vehicles and Artillery (2018)
The modern Royal Saudi Land Forces relies heavily on equipment sales from the West - namely the United States.There are a total of 19 Modern Royal Saudi Land Forces (Saudi Arabia) 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 adaptable French-built AMX-10 Armored Personnel Carrier was developed to replace the AMX-VCI series....
The AMX-30 is a solid - if unspectacular - main battle tank system with no on-the-move firing capabilities....
Introduced in 1983, the ASTROS II series MLRS has found homes in the inventories of several military powers worldwi...
The FH70 towed 155mm howtizer system saw modest production totals for its time in service - which continues with so...
The GCT 155mm Self-Propelled Gun platform currently serves the armies of France and Saudi Arabia....
Despite being nearly thirty years old, the revolutionary HMMWV has remained a mainstay of several ground forces aro...
Despite origins reaching back some three decades, the M1 Abrams remains a proven frontline performer for the Americ...
Still going strong - the M109 Self-Propelled Artillery system debuted in the Vietnam War and has continued a useful...
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 M270 MLRS was introduced in the latter half of the Cold War, adding lethal projected firepower on a modified ch...
The M60 Main Battle Tank was never officially named Patton despite it succeeding the interim M48 Patton Medium Tank...
The Chinese NORINCO PLZ-45 is not unlike the American M109 in both form and function and has seen export orders to ...
Combat actions in Iraq and Afghanistan painfully showcased the need for American MRAP vehicles like the M-ATV....
The Panhard M3, introduced in the early 1970s, saw considerable success in the foreign market where its type was we...
The reliable M101 went on to be used by no fewer than 67 armies worldwide making it one of the most successful arti...