List of main battle tanks by country

This is a list of main battle tanks, and other vehicles serving that role, in active military service with countries of the world. A main battle tank (MBT) is the type of powerful, heavily armoured and highly mobile tank which is the backbone of a mechanized land force.

Table of main battle tanks by countryEdit

AEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Afghanistan T-55 601   Soviet Union
T-62 170   Soviet Union
Albania Albania retired its last operational T-54/T-55 and Type 59 MBTs in 2001. They were subsequently put up for sale.[1]
Algeria[2] T-55 270   Soviet Union
T-62 300   Soviet Union
T-72 325   Soviet Union
T-90A 300   Russia
Angola T-55 200   Soviet Union
T-62 50   Soviet Union
T-72 50   Soviet Union
Argentina Tanque Argentino Mediano (TAM) 231   Germany
Armenia T-55 5   Soviet Union
T-72 168   Soviet Union
T-80 20   Soviet Union
Australia M1A1 AIM Abrams 59   United States
Austria[3] Leopard 2A4 56   Germany
Azerbaijan T-90S 200   Russia
T-72 Aslan 420   Russia
T-55 100   Soviet Union

BEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Bahrain M60 A3 Patton 180   United States
Bangladesh Type 59G(BD) Durjoy 474[verification needed]   China Only 174 tanks were upgraded to Type 59G(BD) Durjoy in 2014 but in 2019 there are 300 that are being upgraded as MK IIs.

SIPRI[4] & IISS said.[5] The fate of the other Type 59 tanks is unknown.

Type 69 58[4]   China
MBT-2000 44[4]   China
Belarus T-72B Vitaz 446   Soviet Union
T-80B 69   Soviet Union
Belgium Belgium retired its last operational Leopard 1 MBTs in 2014. Some were kept in inventory for training and research purposes.[6]
Benin Has no MBTs, but has 18 PT-76 light tanks.
Bolivia In service 54 SK-105 Cuirassier light tanks.
Bosnia and Herzegovina M-84 71   Yugoslavia
AMX-30S 50   France
M60A3 85   United States
T-55 142   Soviet Union
Botswana Only SK-105 light tanks.
Brazil[7] EE-T1 Osório 2   Brazil Two operational tanks with the Centro de Instrução de Blindados of the Brazilian Army[8]
M60A3 TTS 91   United States
Leopard 1A1 127   Germany
Leopard 1A5 221   Germany
Bulgaria T-72 181[9]   Soviet Union
Burkina Faso Has no MBTs, but operates ACMAT Bastion APCs.[10]
Burundi T-55 about 10[11]   Soviet Union

CEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Cambodia T-55 103   Soviet Union
Type 59 200   China
Canada[12] Leopard 2A6MCAN 20   Germany 20 2A6M leased from Germany, 20 2A4M upgraded from Leopard 2A4 stocks.[13]
Leopard 2A4+ and 2A4MCAN 80   Germany 15 purchased from Germany as parts stock[14] 12 purchased from Switzerland for use as armored engineering vehicles (AEV).

Leopard 2A4MCAN   Germany 20

Cape Verde T-55   Soviet Union
Central African Republic T-55 4   Soviet Union
Chad T-55 60   Soviet Union
Chile[15] Leopard 2A4 172   Germany 8 to be used as spares, upgrades for Leopard 2A5 in 2015
Leopard 1V 100   Germany
China Type 15 200   China
Type 99 1,000   China
Type 96 2,700   China
Type 88 500   China
Type 69/79 200   China
Type 59 2,360   China
Colombia Defence force exists, but operates no MBTs in service. AFVs are used instead in service, such as the LAV III, EE-9 Cascavel, and M8 Greyhound. Only some M3 Stuart are used as gatekeepers.
Congo, Democratic Republic of Type 59 30   China
T-55 20   Soviet Union
Congo, Republic of Type 59 20   China
Croatia M-95 Degman 2   Croatia 2 prototypes, future unknown.
M-84A4 Sniper 75   Croatia All will be upgraded to M-84D standard
Cuba T-55 1,100   Soviet Union
T-62 400   Soviet Union
Cyprus[16] AMX-30B2 52   France
AMX-30G 30   France
T-80U 82   Russia Ordered January 2009
Czech Republic[17] T-72M4 CZ 30   Czech Republic Czech upgrade of T-72
T-72 93   Soviet Union In reserve

DEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Denmark Leopard 2A4/2A5 57   Germany 57 Leopard 2A5DK (equal to Leopard 2A6 minus the L55 gun)
Dominican Republic M41 Walker Bulldog 6   United States Out of 10–12, at least 6 active by 2016. 2-15 GIAT AMX-13 light tanks are retired. Also the M41 are light tanks.

EEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Ecuador Leopard 1 60   Germany 30 1V's and 30 1A5's models bought from Chile.[18][19][20]
AMX-13 80   France light tanks
T-55 3   Soviet Union Borrowed from Peru as war compensation (Cenepa War). Some sources establish that the T-55 are part of an unfinished weapons deal .[21]
Egypt T-55E 340[22]   Soviet Union
Ramses II 425   Egypt A significantly upgraded T-54/55. Though the initial prototype (T-54E) was delivered in 1984, full production did not begin until 2004–2005, an additional 140–160 are to be converted from stored T-55.
T-62E 500   Soviet Union
T-80 34   Soviet Union 14 T-80UK and 20 T-80U purchased in 1997.[23]
M60A3 1716[22]   United States Out of 735 M60A3 + 700 M60A1 were brought up to A3 Standard from U.S. Army Europe surplus stocks in Germany between 1979–1988 + 173 M60A3 between 1992–2001[24] + 108 M60A3 from the Austrian Army Surplus in 2002,[25]
M1A1 Abrams 1,130[26]   United States
Equatorial Guinea T-55 3   Soviet Union
Eritrea T-55A/AM2 300   Soviet Union 150 in service, 150 in storage.
T-62 ~   Soviet Union Received a number from Ethiopia.
Estonia Does not currently operate main battle tanks.[27] Uses IFVs like Combat Vehicle 90 and APCs like Patria Pasi and Mamba APC instead.
Ethiopia T-55 170   Soviet Union
T-62 50   Soviet Union
T-72 50   Soviet Union

FEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Fiji Small military force exists. Does not operate MBTs.
Finland Leopard 2A4 139   Germany
Leopard 2A6 100   Germany
France Leclerc 406   France

GEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Gabon Has no MBTs, but operates APCs like the Matador.[28]
Georgia[29] T-72M1 SIM-1 120   Soviet Union
  Israel
T-55 23   Soviet Union
Germany Leopard 2A5/A6/A6M/A7 250[30]   Germany Leopard 1s in storage.
Greece[31] Leopard 2A6 HEL 170   Germany License built in Greece
Leopard 2A4 183   Germany
Leopard 1A4/5 501   Germany
M60A3 101   United States
M48A5 MOLF 390   United States Upgraded with a new Fire Control System similar to the one found on the Leopard 1A5
Guatemala Has no MBTs, but military uses AFVs such as Armadillo, Cadillac Gage Commando V-100, Dando 6x6 (Tapir), M8 Greyhound, M113, and RBY MK 1.
Guinea T-55 8   Soviet Union
Guinea-Bissau T-55 10   Soviet Union
Guyana Has no MBTs. Defense force uses AFVs such as EE-11 Urutu, EE-9 Cascavel, Shorland, and Ford F-350.

HEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Haiti Police force exists to maintain internal security, armed forces in the process of reactivation, but do not operate MBTs and uses AFVs like Cadillac-Gage V-100 instead.
Honduras Has no MBTs, but military has AFVs and light tanks like FV101 Scorpion, FV107 Scimitar, FV105 Sultan, AM General Humvee M 998, RBY MK 1, and FV601 Saladin.
Hungary[32] Leopard 2A7+ 44   Germany Ordered in 2018.
Leopard 2A4 12   Germany Ordered in 2018. Used units for training purposes.

T-72M1

107, 30 in active service, rest in reserve.   Soviet Union
  Poland
Only 30 units in active service. Another 42 T-72 in reserve, the rest are being used as targets for firing.

IEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
India Arjun MBT 370+   India 124 Arjun Mk1 MBTs in 2000 + 124 Arjun Mk1 MBTs and 124 Arjun Mk2 MBTs in 2010 (after Arjun tank had conclusively outperformed the T-90.)[33][34] + 124 Arjun Mk2 as follow on order[35] Army required nearly 3500 MBTs in future.[36]
T-90 2011   Russia Total of 2011 to be operated.
T-72 2414[37]   Soviet Union
  Poland
Upgraded to advanced Ajeya Mk1 and MK2 standard mainly based on Polish PT-91 Twardy Tank features developed by DRDO
Indonesia Leopard 2A4 42   Germany Already arrived all from Germany
Leopard 2 Revolution 61   Germany Already arrived all. Up-armored and up-rated version of Leopard 2A4
AMX 13 325   France Already retrofit, light tanks
Iran[38]
M48 Patton 108   United States
M60 Patton 150   United States
Chieftain MK3 100   United Kingdom
T-62 75   Soviet Union
T-72S 480   Soviet Union
  Poland
Zulfiqar MBT 150   Iran
Karrar 420   Iran Additional 380 on order.
Iraq T-55 72   Soviet Union
T-72M1 125   Soviet Union
M1A1 Abrams 146   United States Further 175 on order. Yet to be delivered, Tank is equipped with Export Armor Package.
T-90S/SK 73+   Russia [39]
Israel[40] Merkava Mk.1 180   Israel
Merkava Mk.2 400   Israel
Merkava Mk.3 780   Israel
Merkava Mk.4 660   Israel
Magach 6 560   United States/  Israel Upgraded M60 tank
Magach 7 1600   United States/  Israel Upgraded M60 tank
Italy[41] Ariete 200   Italy
Ivory Coast T-55 10   Soviet Union some donated by Angola

JEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Jamaica Has no MBTs, but military uses AFVs like Bushmaster Protected Mobility Vehicle.
Japan[42] Type 74 700   Japan
Type 90 341   Japan
Type 10 80   Japan
Jordan Tariq 292   United Kingdom Locally upgraded Centurion. Most of them were modified into Temsah heavy armoured personnel carriers.
M60A3 250   United States Modernized by KADDB
Khaled 274   United Kingdom Locally upgraded Chieftain
Challenger 1 392   United Kingdom

KEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Kazakhstan T-55 540   Soviet Union
T-62 75   Soviet Union
T-72 650   Soviet Union
Kenya[43] Vickers Mk 3 78   United Kingdom
T-72Av 76   Soviet Union
Korea, North T-55 2,000   Soviet Union
T-62 1,000   Soviet Union
Type 59 1,000   China
Chonma-ho 1,000   North Korea
Pokpung-ho 500   North Korea
Korea, South M48A3K 300   United States
M48A5K1, M48A5K2 500   United States
T-80U, T-80UK 35   Soviet Union South Korea was given 133 T-80Us during 1996 and 1997 and 192 T-80UKs in 2005 as a partial interest payment of Russian debts incurred during the Soviet era.
K1, K1A1, K1A2 1,511   South Korea 1027 K1, 2348 K1A1, 3490 K1A2 to be delivered.
K2 Black Panther 206   South Korea Put into service in June 2014. Total 206 to be delivered.
Kuwait M-84D 150   Yugoslavia
M1A2 218   United States DU armor removed.
Kyrgyzstan T-72 210   Soviet Union

LEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Laos[44] T-54/55 15   Soviet Union
T-34/85 10   Soviet Union actually medium tanks
Latvia T-55 3   Soviet Union Exclusively for training
Lebanon T-55 205   Soviet Union
M48A5 104   United States
M60A3 66   United States
Leopard 1 43   Germany
Libya
T-55 1,500   Soviet Union Large numbers of tanks destroyed by NATO bombings and rebel actions during 2011 Libyan civil war
T-62 350   Soviet Union
T-72 315   Soviet Union
Lithuania Military force does not use MBTs, but uses AFVs, such as Boxer, and APCs, such as M113 and M577 V2.
Luxembourg Military force does not have MBTs.

MEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Macedonia, Republic of T-72 31   Soviet Union 20 scrapped. Only 10 are in fine condition.
T-55 98   Soviet Union all were military aid from Bulgaria during the 2001 KLA insurgency. Fate unknown.
Madagascar Military force does not have MBTs, but has 12 PT-76 light tanks.
Malawi T-55 1   Soviet Union
Malaysia PT-91M 48   Poland
Mali T-34   Soviet Union medium tanks
T-54   Soviet Union
T-55 33   Soviet Union
Mauritania T-55 35   Soviet Union
Mexico Military force exists, but operates no MBTs. Uses AFVs, such as Sedena-Henschel HWK-11, AMX-VCI, Panhard ERC 90, Panhard VCR, M8 Greyhound, Véhicule Blindé Léger, Oshkosh Sand Cat, and DN-XI instead.
Moldova T-64BV 3   Soviet Union
Monaco Very small military force exists, however, the Compagnie des Carabiniers du Prince operate 2 Piranha Vs.[45]
Mongolia T-54 200   Soviet Union
T-55 170   Soviet Union
T-62 250   Soviet Union
T-72 100   Soviet Union
Montenegro All scrapped in 2007. Has APCs like BOV VP М86, Achleitner RCV Survivor, LAPV Enok, Otokar Cobra, Humvee, and tank destroyers like BOV 1 POLO M-83 instead.
Morocco M1A1 222   United States M1A1SA "Special Armor".
Al-Khalid 150   Pakistan/  China VT-1A version, 54 received in 2011, 96 to be delivered.
T-72 148   Soviet Union T-72B/BV.
M60A3 427   United States 260 M60A3TTS and 167 M60A3.
M48 224   United States 224 M48A5 in active service.
Mozambique T-55 80   Soviet Union
Myanmar Type 59 280   China
Type 69 190   China
T-72 139   Soviet Union
MBT-2000 200   China On order.

NEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Namibia T-55 1   Soviet Union
Netherlands Leopard 2A6 18   Germany Most MBTs retired in 2011, 100 Leopard 2 MBTs sold to Finland in 2014. 18 Dutch Leopard 2s are still in use in the German-Dutch tank battalion Panzerbataillion 414.[46]
New Zealand Military force does not use MBTs, but uses IPVs, such as the NZLAV.
Nicaragua T-55 31   Soviet Union
Niger Military force does not use MBTs, but operates the Panhard AML armoured car.[47]
Nigeria T-55 24   Soviet Union
T-72 16   Soviet Union
Vickers MBT 108   United Kingdom
AMX-30 16   France
Norway Leopard 2A4NO 52 (46 operational)   Germany 52 Leopard 2A4NLs were acquired from the Netherlands in 2001. 46 of these have been refurbished and brought up to Norwegian standards,[48] while the remaining 6 are being used for spare parts.[49] Furthermore, Norway is planning on upgrading 38 tanks to modern standards in the future.[50]

Also has Leopard 1's in storage (unknown condition and quantity). Not in service.

OEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Oman M60A3 73   United States
Challenger 2 38   United Kingdom

PEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Pakistan Type 85-IIAP 300   China
T-80UD 320   Soviet Union
Al-Zarrar 600   China /  Pakistan Pakistani-upgraded Type 59
Al-Khalid 300+   China Pakistani variant of MBT-2000
Paraguay M4 Sherman 8–10   United States medium tanks
Perú[51] T-55 240   Soviet Union 50 operatives, 75 in store.
Philippines Has no MBTs, but the Scorpion CVR 90 serves as the principal light fire support AFV and PMC's LAV-300 as a tank destroyer.
Poland T-72M1 584   Soviet Union
  Poland
License built in Poland
PT-91 232   Poland
Leopard 2 A4, A5 247   Germany 142 Leopard 2 A4 and 105 Leopard A5.
Portugal M-60 A3TTS 96   United States
Leopard 2A6 37   Germany
M48A5 Patton 86   United States In storage. Replaced by M60A3 TTS and Leopard 2A6.

QEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Qatar Leopard 2 62   Germany

REdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Romania[52][53] T-55 250   Soviet Union
TR-580 42   Romania
TR-85 227   Romania
TR-85M1 54   Romania
Russia[54] T-54/55 1,200   Soviet Union Retired[55]
T-62 1,689   Soviet Union Retired[56]
T-64 4,000   Soviet Union Retired. Awaiting to be scrapped.[57]
T-72 10,255   Soviet Union Most upgraded to T-72B standard, ~1,000 upgraded to T-72B3 standard.[58][59]
T-80 4,500   Soviet Union 3,000 being upgraded to T-80BV standard and redeployed.[60][61][62]
T-90 ~750-1,000   Russia 350-400 being upgraded to latest T-90M standard.[63][64]
T-14 Armata 20+   Russia
Rwanda T-55 12   Soviet Union

SEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Saint Kitts and Nevis Defence force exists, but operates no MBTs. Regional Security System is also responsible for defence affairs. Uses 3 Daimler Ferret FV-702 4x4 ARVs instead.
San Marino Nominal military force exists. Italy is responsible for defence affairs
Saudi Arabia AMX-30 145   France
M60A3 450   United States
M1A2 442   United States DU armor removed. All will receive upgraded digital systems from US-standard M1A2SEP and will be designated M1A2S.
Senegal Has no MBTs, but operates Panhard AML armoured cars.[65]
Serbia M-84 232   Yugoslavia
T-72 91   Soviet Union
T-55 ~250   Soviet Union All kept in reserve and are being modified and sold to other nations.
Sierra Leone T-72 2   Soviet Union Purchased from Ukraine, delivered via Poland.[66]
Singapore[67] Leopard 2SG 196 (30 tanks with additional feature)   Germany Upgraded ex-German Leopard 2A4 / Leopard 2SG-1200
Slovakia T-72 30   Soviet Union
Slovenia[68] M-84 54   Yugoslavia 28 in active service
M-55S 30   Soviet Union Heavily modernized T-55 in cooperation with Israel, reserve status
Somalia T-54/55 40   Soviet Union Number in operable condition unknown
M47 Patton   United States Number in operable condition unknown
Centurion 40   United Kingdom
T-34 60   Soviet Union medium tanks
South Africa Olifant 1A/1B 167[69]   United Kingdom/  South Africa Upgraded/modified Centurion
South Sudan T-55   Soviet Union
T-72 110   Soviet Union
Spain Leopard 2A6E 219   Germany/  Spain License built in Spain
Leopard 2A4 108   Germany 54 reserve
M60A3 TTS 17   United States Spanish Marines
Sri Lanka T-55AM2 200+   Czech Republic Modernized versions of the T-55 with upgraded systems and armament. Sri Lanka Armoured Corps
MBT 2000 80+   China Sri Lanka Armoured Corps
ZTZ88 MBT 20+   China modernized versions of the T-72. Sri Lanka Armoured Corps
Sudan T-55 250   Soviet Union
Suriname Has no MBTs. Army uses AFVs like EE-9 Cascavel, EE-11 Urutu, and DAF YP-408.
Sweden Leopard Strv.122 120   Germany/  Sweden Leopard 2A5 modified to Swedish specifications. Sweden also previously leased and operated 160 Leopard 2A4s (locally designated Strv 121) from Germany, but most of these have been returned.[70]
Switzerland[71] Leopard Pz 87 250   Germany/   Switzerland Leopard 2A4; 134 upgraded to Pz87 Leopard WE with PERI-R17A2, driver rear view camera and electric Turret drive, produced in Thun/Switzerland
Syria T-55 2,000   Soviet Union
T-62 1,000   Soviet Union
T-72 1,500   Soviet Union
T-90 65+   Russia[72]

TEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Republic of China (Taiwan)[73] M60A3 480   United States
CM11 Brave Tiger 450   Taiwan
Tajikistan T-72 44   Soviet Union
Tanzania Type 59 30   China
Thailand M48A5 105   United States
M60A1 and M60A3 178   United States
BM Oplot 31   Ukraine 5 more reported en-route as of November 2017 and manufacture of the remaining 13 completed.[74]
VT-4 28 (+21)   China
Togo T-54/T-55 4   Soviet Union
Tunisia M60A3 84   United States
Turkey[75] Altay 4 prototypes   Turkey A 4th generation MBT designed and produced by Otokar. The Altay will enter serial production phase in 2016. It is expected that a total of 1000 Altays will be produced, in 4 batches of 250 for the Turkish Army.
Leopard 2A4 354   Germany/  Turkey Modernized in Turkey.
Leopard 1A3/A4 397   Germany/  Turkey Modernized in Turkey.
M60T 170   United States/  Israel/  Turkey The Sabra was initially developed as a further evolution of the Magach 7C. The ballistic profile of the appliqué armor was improved, and it incorporated the MG253 120 mm gun developed by Israel Military Industries. Some assembled in Turkey.
M60A3 TTS 762   United States/  Turkey Modernized in Turkey.
M48A5T2 850   United States/  Turkey Improved version of the M48A5T1 upgraded along similar lines to the M60A3 with thermal imaging, M60A3 fire control system and a laser rangefinder. In storage.
Turkmenistan T-72 702   Soviet Union
T-90 10   Russia

UEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Uganda T-55 20   Soviet Union
T-90 44   Russia
Ukraine T-64 2,271   Soviet Union (≈447 T-64B and T-64BV in service)
T-72 180   Soviet Union (stored as reserve)
T-80UD 215   Ukraine (Ukrainian diesel version)
BM Oplot 10   Ukraine
United Arab Emirates OF-40 Mk.2 36   Italy Being withdrawn from service.
AMX-30S 45   France
Leclerc 388   France
United Kingdom Challenger 2 227   United Kingdom The number of Challenger 2s has been cut by 40%[citation needed]
United States M60A3 400   United States In Reserve storage or Used Training Tank, and used by National Guard.
M1/M1A1/M1A2[76] 7,970   United States Army: 1,174 M1A2 and M1A2 SEP variants, 4,393 M1A1 variants
Marines: 403 M1A1
Uruguay Ti-67 15   Soviet Union/  Israel T-55 significantly upgraded by Israel
Uzbekistan T-55 80   Soviet Union
T-62 170   Soviet Union
T-64 100   Soviet Union
T-72 70   Soviet Union

VEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Venezuela AMX-30V 81   France
T72M1M 92   Soviet Union/  Russia Purchased in Sept, 2009; the deliveries started in January, 2011[77]
Vietnam M48 Patton 20   United States
Type 59 350   China
T-55 900   Soviet Union
T-62 200   Soviet Union
T-90S/SK 64   Russia [78]

YEdit

Country Type Quantity (estimated) Origin Notes
Yemen M60A1 50   United States
T-55 450   Soviet Union
T-62 200   Soviet Union
T-72 60   Soviet Union

ZEdit

Country Type Quantity (Estimated) Origin Notes
Zambia T-55 10   Soviet Union
Zimbabwe T-54/55 32   Soviet Union
Type 59 35   China
Type 69 10   China

See alsoEdit

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