Our Encyclopaedia includues the latest military vehicles

Our Encyclopaedia includues the latest military vehicles

SCOUT SV pre-production prototype, a PMRS variant, demonstrates its mobility during roll-out in Seville, Spain - June 2014 More »

It Includes several categories such as MRAP vehicles

It Includes several categories such as MRAP vehicles

The Oshkosh Defense® MRAP All-Terrain Vehicle was chosen on the 30th June 2009 to be the sole winner of the MRAP All Terrain Vehicle contest. More »

It also includes historical tanks

It also includes historical tanks

1942 saw the arrival of the Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausf. E (nicknamed the Tiger Tank) and its 88mm main gun. Its armour was vertical surfaces & an impressive 102mm thick at the front. More »

Our team has practical experience and service on Fighting Vehicles

Our team has practical experience and service on Fighting Vehicles

During Telic 1 the Challenger was used to spearhead all the assaults and raids into Basrah. After Telic 1, the number of Challenger 2’s in theatre were reduced and moved to more of a security role rather than an aggressive war fighter. More »

The French AMR 33 Light Tank

The French AMR 33 Light Tank

The French AMR 33 Light Tank (The Automitrailleuse de Reconnaissance) was developed by Renault for the French Army as a reconnaissance vehicle. 123 were built between 1933 and 1935. It relied on mobility rather than firepower and protection for its survivability.

It did serve during the 1940 invasion of France with the French Army and during the occupation as a tractor for moving German planes on airfields.

Spec’s

Main Gun: 7.5mm MG
Armour: 13mm (frontal)
Crew: 2
Dimensions: Length 3.5m, Width 1.64m, Height 1.73m
Weight: 5.5tons
Engine: Renault 8-cylinder petrol 84hp
Top Speed: 54km/h
Range: 200km