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The Oryx Handbook of Cuban Fighting Vehicles


By Stijn Mitzer

Notes:

- Click on the equipment to get a picture of them in Cuban service.

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

Abbrevations:

- CBAF (Carro Blindado de Apoyo de Fuego) = Armoured Fire-Support Vehicle.

- CBE (Carro Blindado de Exploración) = Armoured Reconnaissance Vehicle.

- CBI (Carro Blindado de Infantería) = Armoured Infantry Vehicle.

- C-AP (Cañón Autopropulsado) = Self-propelled Artillery.

- C-AP-AT (Cañon Autopropulsado Anti-Tanque) = Self-propelled Anti-Tank Cannon.

- C-AP-MP (Cañon Autopropulsado Multipropósito) = Self-Propelled Artillery Multi-Purpose.

Copying the list, or certain edited photos in the list is strictly forbidden without naming Oryx Blog as the source.

Special thanks to Foro Militar General and Sahureka.

Tanks

 

Armoured Fighting Vehicles

 

Infantry Fighting Vehicles

 

Armoured Personnel Carriers

 

Infantry Mobility Vehicles

 

Fast Attack Vehicles


Command Vehicles


Military Engineering Vehicles

 

Tank Destroyers


Towed Artillery

 

Self-Propelled Artillery


Multiple Rocket Launchers

 

Towed Anti-Aircraft Guns

 

Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Guns

Self-Propelled SAM Systems

 

Static SAM Systems

 

Coastal Defence Systems

 

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)

 

Radars


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3 comments:

  1. The unknown radar is a RPK-1 "Flap Wheel" AAA fire control radar.

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  2. The 100mm C-AP-T-100 are self-propelled KS-19 100mm AAA pieces.

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