Infantry Flamethrowers - Portable Flame-Projecting Systems
Flamethrowers represent one of the most feared infantry weapons ever devised by mankind for war.
There are a total of 10 Infantry Flamethrowers - Portable Flame-Projecting Systems 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.
Following the Germans, Soviets and Americans, the British developed their own flamethrower as the Flamethrower, Por...
The Flammenwerfer 35 was a refined German Army flamethrower of World War 2, owing its form and function to prior us...
The KBP RPO-A Shmel was introduced during the late 1980s and serves Russian forces today as an infantry-level, shou...
The Italian Army joined its contemporaries by fielding a battlefield flamethrower through their Modello 1935 series...
The M1 / M1A1 series of flamethrowers saw widespread us by American forces in the Pacific Theater....
The M202 FLASH was developed to replace the line of flamethrowers in service with the United States Army....
The M2 Flamethrower improved upon the lessons learned through operation of the M1 system....
Like other national powers of the interwar years, the Soviet military adopted a flamethrower, this in the form of t...