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Arms Tranfers to Developing Countries, 1945-1968
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Arms Tranfers to Developing Countries, 1945-1968
Amelia C. Leiss
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JULY 1999
INTER-UNI
POLITtCAL
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c
P
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VEKSITY
CONSORTIUM
AND SOCIAL
FOR
RESEARCH
ARMSTRANSFERS
TO
LESSDEVELOPED
COUNTRIES
(ICPSR 5404)
R
Principal
Investigator
Amelia
C. Leiss
Center for International
Studies
Massachusetts
Institute
of Technology
Second ICPSR Edition,
1975
ARMSTRANSFERS
TO LESSDEVELOPED
COUNTRIES
(ICPSR 5404)
Principal
Investigator
Amelia C. Leiss
With
Center for
Massachusetts
Inter-university
the Assistance
of
Priscilla
Clapp
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In;;;;ute
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Second ICPSR Edition
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Study
ii
Description
Section
1: Transfers
of 52 Developing
of Major
Countries:
Weapons to a Sample
1945-1968
1
Performance
Characteristics
of Aircraft
Section 2:
Transferred
to Sample of 52 Developing
Countries,
1945-1968
3
Performance
Characteristics
of Helicopters
Section 3:
Transferred
to Sample of 52 Developing
Countries,
1945-1968
6
Performance
Characteristics
of Missiles
Transferred
Section 4:
to a Sample of 52 Developing
Countries,
1945-1968
8
Section
5: Performance
Characteristics
of Armor Transferred
to a Sample of 52 Developing
Countries,
1945-1968
10
Performance
Characteristics
of Naval Vessels
Section 6:
Transferred
to a Sample of 52 Developing
Countries,
1945-1968,
and in 1945 Inventories
12
Appendix
I:
17
Appendix
II:
Recipients
Donor/Manufacturer
Appendix III:
System Designators
Combat Aircraft
Transport
Aircraft
Trainer
Aircraft
Utility
Aircraft
Helicopters
Missiles
Naval
Armor
18
19
STUDY DESCRIPTION
Transfers
of Major
Weapons to a Sample of 52 Developing
1945-1968.
Countries,
The first
section
contains
data on the transfer
(i.e.,
gift,
sale,
license
to produce)
of major weapons (aircraft,helicopters,
missiles,
armor, and ships)
to 52 countries
since 1945.
In the case of ships,
transfers
prior
to that date of vessels
listed
in active
1945 inventories
are also included.
Also included
are indigenous
production
efforts
of
major weapons.
In addition,
known combat losses or deconmissionings
are listed
as transfers
to a recipient
labeled
"oblivion".
that
Dates of transfer
are years in which equipment was delivered,
where
is known.
Otherwise
dates are tagged as 5 or 10 year estimates.
The basic element of organization
is the transfer--the
transaction
between a donor and a recipient
of a given number of a specific
weapon
on a given date.
This basic file
also includes
some production
information
on the weapon.
These data were collected
from open sources and must be regarded as
not definitive.
Data quality
doubtless
improves with more
approximate,
recent years and is superior
for some systems (e.g.,
ships)
than for
others
(e.g.,
armor).
Sections
2 through 6 contain
information
the weapons systems that have been transferred.
on the
characteristics
of
All data in this study were collected
by Amelia C. Leiss, with the
assistance
of Priscilla
A. Clapp, at the Center for International
Studies,
Massachusetts
Institute
of Technology,
as part of a study of the control
of trade in arms sponsored by the U. S. Arms Control
and Disarmament
Agency.
These
Tranfers
to
International
race models
Mr. Michael
data served as the basis for Amelia
Less Developed Countries,
January
Studies,
M.I.T.,
Pub. No. C/70-1.
and arms trade decision
models is
Mihalka,
Mr. Connor Riley,
and Mr.
NOTE: The six sections
The user will
of data.
sections.
C. Leiss,
et al
_-.)
-Arms
1970, Center for
Continuing
work on arms
underway by Miss Leiss,
Lawrence Reece.
of data in this study are supplied
as one file
need to sort on card number to obtain
separate
ii
SECTION 1:
Transfers
of Major Weapons Systems
52 Developing
Countries:
1945-1968
Var.
No.
Card
col.
1
1
l-2
Card Number
2
1
3-6
Transfer
3
1
7-8
Recipient
4
1
9-10
Date of Transfer
(Last
2 digits)
5
1
11
Accuracy
("l"=+
2 yrs;
6
1
12-13
Donor
7
1
14-19
System Name 1
8
1
20-25
System Name 2
Number
(See Appendix
of Date
(See Appendix
I,
II,
page 17 for
9
1
26-31
10
1
32-37
System Name 4
11
1
38-43
First
12
1
44-49
Second Modifier
13
1
50-52
Quantity
14
1
53
System Classification
Modifier
to Name
codes)
Alphanumeric
i
*
1
Transferred
Aircraft
Helicopter
Missile
Armor
Artillery
Small Arms
Naval System
1
54
Is transfer
a license?
16
1
55
Is transfer
for
17
1
56-57
Primary
role
assembly?
in recipient
Trainer
Armed Trainer/COIN
("1"
= yes)
("1"
forces
codes)
5 yrs)
to Nd
15
1.
2.
"2"=+
page 18 for
-I
System Name 3
::
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
to a Sample of
= yes)
-2-
9:
5.
76:
8.
9.
IO.
11.
12.
Bomber
Fighter-bomber
Interceptor
Transport
ASW
Reece, Search & Rescue, Photographic
Observation,
Communication,
Policing
Liaison
Utility
Other
18
1
58-59
Secondary role in recipient
forces
(Same codes as Variable
17 above)
19
1
60-64
System identification
page 19 for codes)
20
1
65-66
Actual
21
1
67-68
Data production
of system
type
22
1
69-70
Data production
of system
ended
23
1
71-72
Original
manufacturer
page 18 for codes)
24
1
73
Is system
25
1
74
Is donor
date
number
of construction
in production
a licensee?
(See Appendix
of system
(last
began (last
of system
in
1968?
("1"
= yes)
(last
III,
2 digits)
2 digits)
2 digits)
(See Appendix
("1"
= yes)
II,
-3-
SECTION 2:
Performance
Characteristics
of Aircraft
Transferred
Sample of 52 Developing
Countries,
1945-1968
Var.
No.
Card
y.
1
2
l-2
Card Number
2
2
3-7
System designation
for codes)
3
2
8-9
Original
manufacturer
for codes)
4
2
IO-II
Licensee
#I
5
2
12-13
Licensee
#2
6
2
14-15
Licensee
#3
7
2
16-17
Licensee
1#4
8
2
18-19
Licensee
#5
9
2
20-21
Licensee
#6
10
2
22-23
Date entered
11
2
24-25
Date left
12
2
26
In production
13
2
27-31
Number produced
14
2
32-33
Date of above production
15
2
34-41
Initial
16
2
42-49
Map cost
17
2
50
Propulsion
1.
2.
3.
18
2
51
number
(See Appendix
(See Appendix
(See Appendix
II,
II,
III,
production
cost,
(last
in 1968 ("I"
in dollars
Jet
Turbo
Prop
(last
page 18 for
prop
Number of engines
2 digits)
2 digits)
= yes)
figure
(last
page
page 18
-
production
to
2 digits)
codes)
19
-4-
19
2
52
Number of crew members
20
2
53
All
21
2
54
22
2
23
weather
capable
("1"
Carrier-based
("I"
= yes)
55-60
Weight
in pounds
2
61-66
MTOW
24
2
67-72
Max. payload,
ordnance,in
25
2
73-78
Max. payload,
cargo,
26
3
l-2
Card Number
27
3
3-7
System designator
for codes)
28
3
8-?O
Max. payload,
troops/passengers
29
3
II-13
Max. payload,
paratroopers
30
3
14-20
Speed designator
Number #I
31
3
21-27
Speed designator
Number #2
32
3
28-34
Speed designator
Number #3
33
3
35-41
Speed designator
Number #4
empty,
1st digit
::
Max
Cruise
= yes)
pounds
in pounds
number
(See Appendix
2nd digit
::
3.
3rd digit
Clean
MTOW
Primary
Mission
::
3.
4.
Z:
34
3
42-47
Cargo capacity,
35
3
48-49
Combat/service
36
3
SO-55
Ferry
37
3
51-59
Combat radius,
38
3
60-64
Rate of climb
range,
Sl
10,000'
20,000'
30,000'
35,000'
35-40,000'
in pounds
ceiling,
III,
in 1,000
ft
in NM
clean
at SL, in feet
per minute
page
19
4th-6th
digit
actual
speed
-5-
39
3
65-69
Take off
run,
40
3
70-74
Take off
to 50 feet,
41
3
75-77
Combat radius
42
4
l-2
Card number
43
4
3-7
System designator
44
4
8-12
Landing
run,
in feet
45
4
13-17
Landing
from
50 feet,
46
4
18
Minimum runway
1.
2.
in feet
in feet
(est.)
in NM (Used only where Variable
is unknown)
number
in feet
surface
Natural-including
Hard
water
47
4
19-20
Cargo compartment,
length,
48
4
21-22
Cargo compartment,
max. width,
49
4
23-24
Cargo compartment,
max. height,
in feet
50
4
25-28
Cargo compartment,
max. volume,
in cubic
51
4
29-30
Main cargo
door,
height,
52
4
31-32
Main cargo
door,
width,
53
4
33
Internal
54
4
34
Wing pylons?
55
4
35-36
Engine
56
4
37-41
Horsepower/thrust
57
4
42-44
Horsepower/thrust
per pound (est.)
x 1,000
variables
56, or 18, or 23 ar unknown:
hence HP/thrust
x no. eng.
[ 56 x 181
23
MTOW
uncalculable.)
bomb bay?
produced
37
("I"
("1"
in feet
in feet
feet
in feet
in feet
= yes)
= yes)
by or licensed
per engine,
from:
(See Appendix
II)
in HP or pounds
(Used only
are
where
-6-
SECTION 3:
Performance
Characteristics
of Helicopters
Transferred
Sample of 52 developing
countries,
1945-1968
Var.
No.
Card
go&
1
5
l-2
Card number
2
5
3-7
System identifier
for codes)
3
5
8-9
Original
Manufacturer
for codes)
4
5
IO-II
Licensee
#I-
5
5
12-13
Licensee
#2
6
5
14-15
Licensee
#3 1
7
5
16-17
Date entered
8
5
18-19
Date left
9
5
20
In production
10
5
21
Number in crew
11
5
22-26
Cargo weight,
in pounds
12
5
27-30
Cargo volume,
in cubic
13
5
31-32
Troops/helicopter
14
5
33-34
Passengers/helicopter
15
5
35-37
Max. speed,
fully
16
5
38-40
Max. speed,
crew only,
17
5
41-43
Max. range,
fully
18
5
44-47
Max. range,
crew only,
19
5
48-50
Max. flying
time,
20
5
51-52
Ceiling
1000 feet)
number
(See Appendix
II,
(See Appendix
production
production
(in
(See Appendix
(last
(last
1968?
("I"
yes)
feet
loaded,
in NMPH
in NMPH
loaded,
in NMPH
in NMPH
in minutes
page
2 digits)
2 digits)
if
II,
II,
page
to
page 19
18
18 for
codes)
-7-
( "1"
21
5
53
All-weather?
22
5
54
Night
23
5
55-58
Horsepower/engine
24
5
59
Number of engines
25
6
l-2
Card number
26
6
3-7
System identifier
27
6
8-12
MTOWin pounds
28
6
13-16
Number produced
29
6
17-23
Cost new per unit
30
6
24-26
Horsepower
31
6
27-28
Date of production
32
6
29-34
Lift
33
6
35-41
Map cost
*
operating?
= yes)
("I"
= yes)
number
per pound
(est.)
*
information
(last
2 digits)
in pounds
per unit
used only when variable
23 or 24 or 27 not known,
not calculable.
HP/eng. x no. eng.
[I23 x 24]
27
MTOW
hence
-8-
SECTION 4:
Performance
Characteristics
of Missiles
Transferred
Sample of 52 Developing
Countries,
1945-1968
Var.
No.
Card
@&
1
7
l-2
Card number
2
7
3-7
System designator
3
7
8-9
Original
Manufacturer
for codes)
(See Appendix
III)
(See Appendix
II,
page
IO-II
(See Appendix
12-13
14-15
Licensee
16
Warhead type
1.
G:
4.
#3- I
HE
Nuclear
CBR
Multipurpose
8
7
17-20
Warhead size
9
7
21-22
Guidance
in pounds
system
::
Radar Command
Radio Command
3. Inertial
4. Wire
5. Television
6. Beam Riding
7. Semi-active
Homing
8. Active
Homing
9.
Passive Homing
10. Star-Tracking
11. None
12. Infrared
10
7
23
Number of stages
11
7
24
First
1.
2.
(or
Liquid
_ -.
Solid
only)
stage
propellent
to a
II for
codes)
18
-9-
12
25
Second stage
13
26-29
Missile
weight,
in pounds
14
30-32
Missile
length,
in feet
15
33-34
Missile
diameter
(large)
in feet
16
35-37
Missile
diameter
(small)
in inches
17
38-40
Range or slant
18
41-45
Speed,
19
46
Propulsion
:3:
propellent
range,
(see above codes)
(if
8' or more)
(if
7'11"
or less)
in NM
in NMPH
system
Turbojet
Ram-jet
Rocket
20
47-52
Number produced
21
53-54
Date of above production
22
55-56
Year production
23
57
In production
24
58-59
Licensee
#4
25
60-61
Licensee
#5
began
in 1968?
information
(last
("I"
(See Appendix
(last
2 digits)
if
yes)
II for
codes)
2 digits)
-lO-
SECTION 5: Performance
Characteristics
a Sample of 52 Developing
Countries,
Var.
No.
Card
col.
1
8
l-2
Card number
2
8
3-7
System designator
for codes)
3
8
8
Basic
1.
2.
3.
of Armor Transferred
1945-1968
(See Appendix
III,
to
page 19
type
Tank
Armored
Armored
personnel
car
carrier
4
8
9-10
Original
manufacturer
for codes)
5
8
II-12
Licensee
#I
6
8
13-14
Licensee
#2
7
8
15-16
Licensee
#3I
8
8
24-27
Range,
in miles
9
8
28-31
Weight
in tons
10
8
32-34
Speed,
in MPH
11
8
35
Snorkel
12
8
36
Flotation
13
8
37
Amphibious
14
8
38
Infrared
steering
15
8
39
Infrared
firing
16
8
40
Searchlight
17
8
41-42
Number in crew
18
8
43-44
Number troops/passengers
(See Appendix
("I"
if
("I"
("I"
II,
yes)
collar
II,
page 18
page 18
for
(See Appendix
("I"
if
if
yes)
if
yes)
yes)
("I'
("I"
if
if
yes)
yes)
carried
codes)
-ll-
19
8
45-47
Size
of main gun,
in
20
8
48
Air-transportable
21
8
49
Air-droppable
22
8
50-55
Number produced
23
8
56-57
Date of production
24
8
58-59
Data production
began
25
8
60-61
Date production
ended
26
8
62
In production
("I"
mm
("I"
if
yes)
if
yes)
information
in 1968?
("I"
if
yes)
-12-
SECTION 6:
Performance
Characteristics
a Sample of 52 Developing
Countries,
of Naval Vessels Transferred
to
1945-1968,
and in 1945 Inventories
Var.
No.
Card
g&
1
9
l-2
Card number
2
9
3-7
System identifier
3
9
8-9
Last
4
9
IO-11
Next to last
previous
owner
5
9
12-13
3d from
previous
owner
6
9
14-15
Builder
7
9
16-19
Tons cargo
8
9
20-22
Number of tanks
9
9
23-26
Number of troops
10
9
27-28
Number of aircraft
11
9
29-30
Number of helicopters
12
9
31-32
Number of
13
9
33
Does the
14
9
34-35
If
15
9
36-37
DP guns
16
9
38-39
DP guns
17
9
40-41
DP guns
18
9
42-43
DP guns
The following
1.
152
135
::
130
4.
128
120
2:
115
(See Appendix
previous
yes,
III)
owner
last
(See Appendix
1
carried
carried
carried
landing
ship
their
carried
carried
craft
carried
have missiles?
range
codes apply
mm (6")
mm (5.25")
mm (5.1")
mm (5")
mm (4.7")
mm (4.5")
("1"
if
in NM
to variables
15-18
yes)
II)
;13-
78:
9.
'I;.
105
102 mm
rtml (4.l"O
(4"j
100 llml (3.9")
;; y$ (3.7")
12: 76 mm
13. 61 mm (2.4")
14.
57 mm (2.24")
15.
47 mm
16.
45 nni
17.
37 mm
18.
25 mn
19.
12.7 mm
20.
3 pndr (pounder)
21. machine 9 uns (calibre
if known)
22. mortars
calibre
if known)
23. Other
24. 12"
19
9
44-45
AA Guns
20
9
46-47
AA Guns
21
9
48-49
AA Guns
The
1.
2.
43:
following
12.7 mm
13 mm
20
13.2mmmm
i:
7.
8.
9.
10.
25
30 mm
37 mm
40mm
57 mm
76 mm (3")
22
9
50
Does the
239
9
51
ASW
24
9
52
ASW
25
9
53
ASW
ship
codes apply
carry
mines?
The following
codes a ply
DC (depth charges P
::
DC racks
DCT (DC throwers)
3:
DC mortars
to variables
("I"
if
to variables
44-49
yes)
51-53
-14-
5.
6.
7.
RL (Rocket
Hedgehogs
Mousetraps
26
9
54
Torpedo
tubes
27
9
55
Torpedo
tubes
launchers)
The following
codes apply
17.7" tubes
::
18" tubes
3. 21" tubes
4.
torpedo launchers
torpedo side launchers
5.
speed,
to variable
28
9
56-57
Surface
in knots
29
9
58-59
Submerged speed,
30
9
60-64
Displacement,
31
9
65-69
Radius
in NM
32
9
70-71
Speed,
in knots,
33
9
72-73
Year of construction
34
9
74-75
Year construction
of type
began
35
9
76-77
Year construction
of type
ended
in
knots
in tons
for
above radius
54-55
-15-
Var.
No.
Card
col.
1
10
l-2
Card number
2
10
3-7
System number
3
10
8-10
Dual purpose
4
10
II-13
II
"
#2
5
10
14-16
,I
"
#3
6
10
17-19
II
"
#4
I,
1,
I,
7
10
20-22
II
"
#5
II
I,
II
8
10
23-24
I,
"
#I
9
10
25-26
II
"
#2
10
10
27-28
II
"
#3
11
10
29-30
II
"
#4
12
10
31-32
II
"
#5
13
10
33-35
'
#I
14
10
36-38
9,
"
#2
15
10
39-41
II
"
#3
16
10
42-44
II
"
#4
I,
II
,I
17
10
45-47
I,
"
#5
II
II
I,
18
10
48-49
18
"
#I
19
10
50-51
,I
"
#2
20
10
52-53
II
"
#3
II
21
10
54-55
I,
"
#4
,I
22
10
56-57
II
"
#5
II
Anti-aircraft
Gun A'1
Number
Number
-16-
23
10
58-60
# of torpedo
24
10
61-63
Size
of torpedo
tubes
tubes
in inches
-17-
APPENDIX I
Recipients
47
Venezuela
Laos
48
North
26
Lebanon
49
South Vietnam
Bolivia
27
Libya
50
Yemen
05
Brazil
28
Malaysia
51
Zambia
06
Cambodia
29
Mali
52
Cyprus
07
Chile
30
Mexico
53
Oblivion
08
Colombia
31
Morocco
09
Congo B.
32
Nicaragua
10
Congo K.(Zaire)
33
Nigeria
11
Cuba
34
Pakistan
12
Dominican
35
Peru
13
Ethiopia
36
Philippines
14
Ghana
37
Rhodesia
15
Guinea
38
Saudi
16
India
39
Somalia
17
Indonesia
40
Sudan
18
Iran
41
Syria
19
Iraq
42
Tanzania
20
Israel
43
Thailand
21
Jordan
44
Tunisia
22
Kenya
45
Uganda
23
North
46
UAR
01
Afganistan
24
South
02
Algeria
25
03
Argentina
04
Republic
Korea
Korea
Arabia
Vietnam
-18-
APPENDIX II
Donor/Manufacturer
01
Belgium
30
Austria
61
Morocco
02
Canada
31
Denmark
62
south
03
Czechoslovakia
32
Yugoslavia
63
Malaysia
04
France
33
Poland
64
Nigeria
05
India
34
Australia
65
Algeria
06
Italy
35
Portugal
66
Syria
07
Israel
36
Finland
67
Greece
08
Netherlands
37
Peru
68
Hungary
09
Spain
38
10
Sweden
Pre World War II
Germany
11
Switzerland
39
Estonia
12
USSR
40
Cuba
13
USSR and/or
Canada
41
Argentina
42
New Zealand
43
Congo K
44
Jordan
45
Laos
46
Mexico
47
Nicaragua
48
Zambia
14
15
USSR and or
Czechoslovakia
and/or Poland
UAR
UK
17
U,",;;ior
18
US
49
Brazil
19
West Germany
50
**Chile
20
Self
51
Thailand
21
China
52
Colombia
22
Japan
53
Pakistan
23
South
54
Philippines
24
Other
55
South
25
Iran
26
Indonesia
56
57
Venezuela
**Chile
27
Norway
58
Dominican
28
Iraq
59
North
29
Sudan
60
Ethiopia
*
Africa
* Denotes indigenous
production
*
16
Vietnam
Korea
Republic
Vietnam
Note accidental
repetition
of Chile
-19-
APPENDIX III
System Designator
1.
Combat aircraft
1.
Interceptors
1.
Jet
01
02
03
04
05
06
2.
Prop
01
2.
F-104 A Starfighter
Gnat MK.l
Lightning
F.MK.2/4/53
MiG 21 Fishbed
MiG-21 D/F Fishbed
Ouragan
F-51D Mustang
Multipurpose
1.
Jet
01
02
03
iz
06
ii
09
-I
;P
14
15
16
1':
19
20
21
2.
fighters
F-4 C/D Phantom
F-5A Freedom Fighter
F9F-2 Panther
F-80C Shooting
Star
F-86F Sabre
F-86 K/F-86D Sabre
F-86L Sabre
HF 24 MK.l/lA
Marut
MiG-lS/bis
(bis=MK.2,
MiG-17 Fresco
MiG-17 D/E Fresco
MiG-19 Farmer
Meteor F.MK.318
Mirage III C/E
Mirage V
Mirage IV A
Sea Hawk FGAMK.6
Super Mystere IV 82
Vampire FB.MK.3
Vampire F.MK.3
Venom FB.4 (50)
Prop
01
02
03
F4U-5 Corsair
F-47D Thunderbolt
Sea Fury
1st appeared
in
1951)
fagOt
-2o-
3.
Strike
1.
Fighter
Jet
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Og
10
2.
Prop
01
02
03
4.
Light
1.
A-l Skyraider
IL-10 Beast
SAAB-17
Bomber
Jet
01
02
03
2.
B-57B
Canberra B.MK.P.,
IL-28 Beagle
Prop
01
02
5.
A-48 Skyhawk
A-4C Skyhawk
F-4F Skywawk
BAC-167
F-84G Thunderjet
G-91
Hawker Hunter F.MK.6/9/52/56/59
SU-7B Fitter
Vautour II A
A-37B
SB-17G Fortress
SM. 79
Medium Bomber
1.
Jet
01
2.
TU-16A/B
Badger
Prop
01
02
03
04
B-245 Liberator
B-25D Mitchell
B-255 Mitchell
B-26B Marauder
B(I)MK.8,
B(I)MK.58
-21-
05
06
07
6.
B-26K Counter Invader
AVRO 683 Lancaster
Lincoln
ASW
1.
Jet
01
2.
P-2E (formerly
HU-16 A/B/C
Albatross
PBY-5 Catalina
PMB-5/5A Mariner
(5A is
PV-2 Harpoon
S-2A Tracker
Alize
Fairey
Jet
01
02
03
04
2.
RF-86F Sabre
RT-33
Mirage IIIR
Canberra PR.MK.57
Prop
01
Transport
1.
Gannet AS.MK.l
Reconnaissance
1.
2.
amphibian)
Turboprop
01
02
7.
Neptune
Prop
01
02
03
04
05
3.
P2V-5)
RB25
Aircraft
Single
engine
1.
Jet
2.
Prop
01
02
03
04
05
06
AN-2 Colt
L-60 Conestoga
lPD/PAR FG-8/T-22 Guanabara
LASA-60
MH 1521 M Broussard
Pioneer
-22-
3.
Turboprop
01
2.
PC-6 Turbo-Porter
Twin engine
1.
Jet
01
02
03
2.
Prop
i:
03
04
05
06
ii
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
;;
18
:i
21
22
3.
One Eleven
C-123B Provider
MS 760C Paris
HS748 Andover CC MK.2
Beech H-18
Bristol
170, MKS.31, 31E, 32 Wayfarer
C-7 DHC-4A Caribou
C-45 Expeditor
(UK)
C-46A Commando
C-47 Skytrain/Dakota
C-60 Lodestar
C-82 Packet
C-119G Flying
Boxcar
Devon
Dove
IL-12 Coach
IL-14 (P&M) Crate
Li-2 Cab
MD 315 Flamant
Noratlas
PA-23-160 Apache H
Pembroke C.MK.1/51,
52, 52/2, 53, 54, 55
Twin Pioneer,
Srs. 1, 2, 3
Sealand
Viking
Turboprop
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
AN-24 Coke
Avso 652 Anson MK.18
DHC-5 Buffalo
DHC-6 Twin Otter
HPR 7 Model 401 Herald
IA.50 Guarani
IPD/PAR 6504
TU-124 Cookpot
Fokker F27M Friendship/Troopship
-23-
3.
Tri-engine
1.
Jet
01
2.
Prop
3.
Turboprop
01
4.
1.
Jet
2.
Prop
3.
Viscount
730
Trainer
AN-12 Cub
Boeing 377 Stratocruiser
C-54 Skymaster
C-118 Liftmaster
C-121C Super Constellation
DC-7 Seven Seas
DH-114 Heron
Turboprop
01
02
1.
1E
Four engine
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
4.
Trident
C-130 B Hercules
C-130 E Hercules
Aircraft
Primary/Basic
1.
Jet
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
Jet
Provost
T.MK.51 (Armed export
T.MK.52 (Armed export
Dominie T.MK.l
HA-200B Saeta (E-14) (Al Kahira)
HJT-16 MK.11 Kiran
L-29 Delfin
Maya
MB.326B
Magister
Super Magister
T-33
T-37
CL-41G Tutor
version
version
of MK.3)
of MK.4)
(BAC/45)
-24-
2.
Prop
DHC-1 Chipmunk
MK.1
Fairey Firefly
Gomhouria MK.2 Republic
HAL HT-2
Hunting Provost T.5l/T.53
IA.35 Hanquero
MS.733 Alcyon
NU-90 Belalang
Pilatus
P.3
Piaggio
P.148
Paulistinha
56B/C
PT-17
PT-19
S.11 (T.21 in Braz) Instructor
S.12 Instructor
SAAB 91 B/C/D Safir
T-6/SNJ Texan (Harvard)
T-28 A/D
T-34 Mentor
T-35A Buckaroo
T-41A Skyhawk
T-42A Skywawk
Tiger Moth
TAK-11 Moose
YAK-18 Max
Zlin 226 AS Acrobat
3.
Turboprop
01
2.
Trainer
1.
Fairey
version
Gannet
T.5
of other
aircraft
Jet
01 Canberra T.MK.4
02 F-5B Freedom Fighter
03 Hawker Hunter T.MK 62/66/66A/66B/69
04 IL-28U
05 Lightning
T.MK.2/55
06 Mirage III B
07
MiG-15 UT1 Midget
08 MiG-21 UT1 Mongol
09 Meteor T.7
10 TF-9J Courgar
11 Vampire T.MK55 (TMK.11)
-25-
2.
Prop
01
02
3.
4.
Utility
AT-7
AT-IIB
Turboprop
Aircraft
1.
Jet
2.
Prop
01
02
ii
05
:;
08
09
vi
iP
14
15
16
ii
19
i:
fC
24
25
;s
28
:i
z:
33
34
Aero Commander 500 U
Auster APO. MK.6
Auster APO. MK.9
Cessna 170
Cessna 180
Cessna 320
Dornier
DO.27
Dornier
DO.28
Fairey Firefly
T.T.MK.1
HAOP-27 Krishak MK.2
IA 20 Boero
Aermacchi M.B. 308
MS.500 Criquet
NEIVA L-6 Paulistinha
NEIVA L-17 Campeiro
NEIVA U-42 Regente/ELO
0-lA/B/E
Bird Dog
OA-9 Goose
OA-IOA
Pilatus
P.6 Porter
Piaggo P.149 Tourer
Piper J/3 Dub PA.11 Grasshopper/Cub
Special
Piper PA-28 Cherokee
DHC-3 U-1A Otter
U-3 A/B
u-4 (USAF) U-9 (USA) Aero Commander
DHC-2 U-6A Beaver
U-7A Super Cub 150
U-8F Seminole
U-8D (USA) Twin Bonanza/Seminole
U-IO A/B/D Corvier
U-IlA Aztec C
FA-20
U-17A Skywagon
-26-
5.
Helicopters
1.
Command, Liaison,
01
02
ii
05
i!
08
09
10
11
;'3
14
;z
17
2.
Observation
Mi-1 Hare
Alouette
II
Alouette
III
OH-6A Cayuse
FH-llOO/OH-5A
OH-23/UH-12/Hiller
12E
Hiller
L4
Hiller
SL4
Westland AH MK.1 Scout
Westland Dragonfly
Westland Widgeon
Westland Whirlwind
Srs 2
Westland Whirlwind
Srs 3
H H - 52 A (Sikorsky
S-62)
OH-13 Sioux (Bell 47G-3B)
UH-IA (AB204) Iroquois
KH-4
Transport,
Troop
(Gnome-Whirlwind)
Carrier
Mi 4 Hound
Mi 6 Hook
MI 8 Hip
Super Frelon/Hornet
Westland Wessex
CH-34 Choctaw (Sikorsky
S-58)
SH-3A Sea King (Sikorsky
S-61)
CH-46 Sea Knight (UH-46)
Bell 206 (AB-206) Jet Ranger
UH-19 A/B/C/D Chickasaw (Sikorsky
S-55)
UH-13 Iroquois
UH-ID Iroquois
IH-13J, UH-13P, HH-13Q, UH-13R (Sioux)
(Bell
3.
Trainers
01
4.
Gunship/ASW
01
5.
TH-55A
Westland
Wasp HAS.MK.1
Rescue
01
HH-43 B/F Huskie
475)
-27-
6.
Missiles
1.
Surface
1.
2.
3.
4.
to Surface
Anti-Tank
01 Cobra
02 Nord ENTAC T.581
03 Snapper
04 SSIO (MGM-2lA)
05 SSII (AGM-22A)
06 Vigilant
2.
Anti-Shipping
01 styx
3.
Other
01 Al Ared
02 Al Kahir
03 Al Zahir
04 Frog 1
05 Frog 4
06 Honest John
07 FB.R. 127
Surface
to Air
1.
High-Level
01 SA2 Guideline
02 Thunderbird
03 Nike
2.
Low-Level
01 Hawk
02 Seacat/Tigercat
03 Rapier
Air-to-Air
0
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
Air
to Surface
0
01
02
03
Atoll
Firestreak
Matra R530C
Nord 5103 AA.20
Red Top
Sidewinder
Sparrow
F.B.E. 127
Kennel
Nord 5401. AS30
(MGM-32A)
-28-
7.
Naval
1.
A/C Carriers
01-03
2.
Submarines
01-18
3.
Battleships
01-03
4.
Cruisers
01-19
5.
Destroyers
01-46
6.
Destroyer
Escorts,
Escorts,
Frigates
01-82
7.
Corvette
01-19
8.
Submarine
Chaser,
Patrol
Vessel
01-67
9.
Motor
Torpedo
Boat,
Motor
Gun Boat,
01-38
10.
Mine Layers,
Mine Support
01-04
11. Minesweeper,
Ocean/Fleet
01-30
12
Minesweeper,
01-30
Coastal
Ships
Fast
Patrol
Boat
-29-
.
13
Minesweeper,
Inshore
01-11
14
Missile
Patrol
Boat
01-02
15
River
Gun Boats,
Gun Boats
01-24
16
Launches
01-25
17
Seaward Defense
Boats
Ol-a1
18
Coast Guard types
01-61
19
Transports
01-40
20
Other
01-02
03-05
06
07-09
i:
21
Landing
01-04
05-18
19-34
35-37
38-45
46-47
2
50-54
.
5565
57
Ships
Supply
Command
Helicopter
Support
Sub Support
SUPPlY
Sub Support
ships
LST I-500 SRS
LST 511-1152 SRS (See also
LSM l-588 SRS
LSSL (See also 50-54)
LSIL
LSMR (See also 57)
LST Unknown SRS
Other
LSSL (See also 35-57)
:;S& :;',-I152
SRS (See also
LSMR (See also
46-47)
55)
05-18)
-3o-
22
8.
Landincl Craft
01-07 -LCT
LCT (6)
:t
E:: Ii;
10-11
12-21
LCU
22-25
LCVP (See also 46-48)
26-32
LCM
33-40
LCI
LCP (See also 54)
t:
LCV
43-45
46-48
:EVP (See also 22-25)
49-53
Other
54
LCP (See also 40-41)
Armor
1.
Tanks
1.
Light
01
02
03
04
05
06
2.
(under
25 ton)
M3 Stuart/Honey
PT-76
M5 Stuart
AMX 13
M24 Chaffee
M2-Al
Medium (25-40
ton)
01 M4lA3 Bulldog/Walker
02 M3Al Grant/Lee
03 M4A3 Sherman
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
3.
Super Sherman
T34/85
M48A3 Patton
Comet MK.1
AWX 30
T-62
T-54
T-55
Vijayanta
Heavy (over
0; C$urion
03 JS3
40 tons)
-31-
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
.
4.
2.
M47 Patton
M46
T-10
Centurion
MK.111
M48 Al Patton
Chieftain
M48 A2 Patton
Centurion
MK.V/VII
Centurion
MK.TX/X
M60Al
Unknown
01 Valentine
02 Charioteer
03 L60
Archer
APC
1.
Wheeled
01 BTR 40
02 BTR 40 P/BRDM/OT-65
03 BTR 152
05 BTR-60P/OT-64
06 Saracen
2. Tracked
01 Bren Gun Carrier/T-16/British
02 Ml14
03 HW-Kll
04 M-113
05 OT-62
06 BTR-50P
07 M59
3.
.
3.
Half Track
01 M2
02 M3/M3Al
4.
Other
01 HMR-11
Armored
001
002
003
004
005
006
Car
Daimler Dingo
Ferret MK.l
Panhard AML 60
Ferret MK.11
Marmon Herrington
Panhard AML 90
Ford
-32-
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
ii:
016
XM-706 Commando
M3Al White
MAC-l
Daimler MK.l
M-8/M20
Daimler Scout
Saladin
M8 Staghound
Lynx
Humber MK.3

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