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Complete Fighting Vehicle Inventories (Tracked & Wheeled)


Forecast International maintains a worldwide inventory of all types of fighting vehicles. This product is among the most extensive available outside of official government sources, and provides an overall picture of a nation’s fighting vehicle inventories. It provides information not only on systems currently operational in a country’s inventory, but also on those that have been retired. Note that for the purposes of our vehicles inventories, we define a combat vehicle as one with the primary mission of inflicting damage on enemy military equipment, personnel, and fixed structures. Therefore, self-propelled artillery is included. A must-have product for aftermarket suppliers who need to know where the equipment is, who operates it, and how old it is.

The Complete Fighting Vehicle Inventories (Tracked & Wheeled) contains approximately 1,221,000 vehicles.

Fields include: Manufacturer, Designation, Type of Vehicle, Quantity, Country, Region, Engine Designation & Type, Configuration and Remarks.



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