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List of land vehicles of the U.S. Armed Forces

Land vehicles by type and current level of use.

Contents

  • Light tanks 1
    • Out of service 1.1
    • Experimental (Suspended/Cancelled/Completed) 1.2
  • Medium tanks 2
    • Out of service 2.1
    • Experimental 2.2
  • Heavy tanks 3
    • Out of service 3.1
    • Experimental (Cancelled) 3.2
  • Main battle tanks 4
    • In active service 4.1
    • Out of service 4.2
    • Experimental (Suspended/Cancelled/Completed) 4.3
  • Armored cars 5
    • Out of service 5.1
    • In service 5.2
    • Experimental (active) 5.3
    • Experimental (Suspended/Cancelled/Completed) 5.4
  • Armored personnel carriers 6
  • Landing vehicles, tracked 7
  • Dedicated anti-armor vehicles 8
    • Out of service 8.1
    • In active service 8.2
  • Specialist armored vehicles 9
    • In active service 9.1
  • Cargo carriers 10
  • Self-propelled guns and artillery 11
    • In active service 11.1
    • Out of service 11.2
    • Experimental 11.3
  • Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) 12
  • Specialized vehicles 13
  • See also 14
  • References 15

Light tanks

Out of service

Experimental (Suspended/Cancelled/Completed)

Medium tanks

Out of service

Experimental

Heavy tanks

Out of service

Experimental (Cancelled)

Main battle tanks

In active service

Out of service

Experimental (Suspended/Cancelled/Completed)

Armored cars

Out of service

In service

Experimental (active)

Experimental (Suspended/Cancelled/Completed)

Armored personnel carriers

Landing vehicles, tracked

Dedicated anti-armor vehicles

Out of service

In active service

Specialist armored vehicles

In active service

Cargo carriers

Self-propelled guns and artillery

In active service

Out of service

Experimental

Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP)

Specialized vehicles

See also

References

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