Monday, 25 February 2013

Syrian fighting vehicles

(Click on the equipment to get a picture of them in Syrian service)


- If several configurations of a vehicle with one designation are known, they are added as such.

- The part within the apostrophes refers to other designations or an unofficial designation, such as the US DoD M-xxxx designation system (referring to the first year the system was identified).

- Civilian trucks towing military trailers are not included in the list.

- Last updated on 9-3-2015.




Infantry fighting vehicles


Armoured personnel carriers


Armoured fighting vehicles


Military engineering vehicles


Command vehicles


Tank destroyers


Towed Artillery

Towed Mortars


Self-propelled artillery


Multiple Rocket Launchers


Towed Anti-Aircraft guns


Self-propelled anti-aircraft guns


Self-propelled SAM systems


Static SAM systems


Artillery Rockets


Ballistic Missiles

Coastal Defence systems


Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)






Jeeps and Vans

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    What looks like a 100mm KS-19 Anti-aircraft gun, used as conventional artillery by the NDF


    At 1:04ish, 152mm D-20 Howitzer.