Modern equipment of the Azerbaijani Land Forces

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Infantry weapons[edit]

Pistols and SMGs[edit]

Name Type Photo Country of origin Notes/Manufacturer
Zafer P Pistol Azerbaijan/Turkey Joint production of MODIAR (Azerbaijan) and TİSAŞ (Turkey) under licence of TİSAŞ. Standard pistol of the Army and Special Forces[1]
Zafer Pistol Azerbaijan/Turkey Joint production of MODIAR (Azerbaijan) and TİSAŞ (Turkey) under licence of TİSAŞ. Primary sidearm of the Special Forces[1]
Inam Pistol Azerbaijan/Turkey Joint production of MODIAR (Azerbaijan) and TİSAŞ (Turkey) under licence of TİSAŞ. Used by the Army[1]
Glock 19 Pistol GLOCK 19.JPG Austria 160 Glock pistols purchased in 2013. Used by Azerbaijani Special Military Services[2]
Heckler & Koch MP5 Submachine gun MP5.jpg Germany Used by Gendarmerie and Special Forces.Launch produced under-license in Azerbaijan[3]
IMI Uzi Submachine gun Uzi 1.jpg Israel
AKS-74U Carbine Aks74u.png Soviet Union Standard carbine of the army

Assault Rifles[edit]

Name Type Photo Manufacturer Notes
M4 carbine Assault rifle PEO M4 Carbine RAS M68 CCO.jpg United States Standard Rifle of the Special Forces(XTQ) and State Security Service(DTX)[4]
Heckler & Koch G36 Assault rifle 800px-G36bw.jpg Germany Used by State Security Service(DTX)[5]
AK-74M Assault rifle Ak-74mpdomain.JPG Russia/Azerbaijan Produced under license in Azerbaijan[6]
AK-74 Assault rifle Ak74assault.jpg Soviet Union Standard service Assault Rifle of the army[7][8]
AKM Assault rifle AKM automatkarbin - 7,62x39mm.jpg Soviet Union Standard service Assault Rifle of the army
IMI Tavor TAR-21 Assault rifle IWI-Tavor-TAR-21w1.jpg Israel Standard Azerbaijani Special Forces Units and POLICE teams.
M16 rifle Assault rifle The M16A4 Series 5.56mm Rifle.jpg United States [9]
MPT-76 Assault rifle MPT-76 Assault Rifle.jpg Turkey [10]

Machine guns[edit]

Name Type Photo Country of origin Notes/Manufacturer
IWI Negev Light Machine Gun IWI-Negev-Zachi-Evenor-01-white.jpg Israel Standard Light Machine Gun of The Army[11]
RPK-74 Light machine gun Soviet RPK-74.JPEG Soviet Union Standard Squad automatic weapon of the army. 30- or 45-round magazine, based on the AK-74
PK machine gun Machine gun 7,62 KK PKM Helsinki 2012.JPG Soviet Union/Azerbaijan Standard machine gun of the army.

Including Azeri PKM variants[12]

M2 Browning Heavy machine gun M2E2 Quick Change Barrel (QCB).jpg United States Standard .50 BMG HMG of the army, most of them are mounted on MRAPs[13]
DShK Heavy machine gun Doushka desert.jpg Soviet Union Standard 12.7×108mm Heavy machine gun of the army
NSV machine gun Heavy machine gun NSV machine gun-01.jpg Soviet Union Standard 12.7×108mm Heavy machine gun of the army
HP-7.62 Machine gun Azerbaijan [14]
UP-7.62 Heavy machine gun Azerbaijan [14]

Bayonet[edit]

Name Type Photo Country of origin Notes
M9 bayonet Bayonet US-Military-M9-Bayonet.jpg United States M4 Carbine bayonet
Command Knife Knife Turkey Used by Special Forces Units.
6H4 Bayonet 6kh4 wire cutter.jpg Soviet Union AK47 bayonet

Sniper Rifles[edit]

Name Type Photo Country of origin Notes/Manufacturer
YIRTIJI-7.62 Sniper rifle Azerbaijan YIRTIJI 7.62x54mm Produced by Azerbaijan Defence Industry (MODIAR). Primary sniper rifle[15][16][17]
Dragunov (SVD-63) sniper rifle Sniper rifle Soviet Union
Kalekalıp KNT-308 Sniper rifle KNT 308 Scope.jpg  Turkey/ Azerbaijan Co-produced between Turkey and Azerbaijan Military complex.[18]
Remington Model 700 Sniper rifle Remington Model 700.JPG United States Standard sniper rifle of the special forces
Yalguzag sniper rifle Sniper rifle Yalquzaq-azeri.jpg Azerbaijan Produced in Azerbaijan[19]
JNG-90 Sniper rifle Turkey Used by Border Guards and Gendarmerie
PSL (rifle) Sniper rifle PSL rifle.jpg Socialist Republic of Romania
Sako TRG[20] Sniper rifle Sako TRG-42.jpg Finland
MKEK JNG-90 Sniper rifle Turkey
Istiglal Anti-materiel rifle Istiglal.jpg Azerbaijan Standard anti-materiel rifle of the army with 14.5×114mm and 12.7×108mm cartridge[21]
Mubariz-12.7 Anti-material rifle Azerbaijan Mubariz 12.7x108mm Produced by Azerbaijan Defence Industry (MODIAR).Used by special forces[15]
OSV-96 Anti-materiel rifle ОСВ-96 12,7-мм снайперская винтовка - МАКС-2009 01.jpg Russia 12.7×108mm anti-material rifle

Grenade Launchers[edit]

Name Type Photo Country of origin Notes
Milkor MGL Multiple Grenade Launcher M-32 Grenade Launcher.jpg South Africa/Azerbaijan [22]
AGS-30 Automatic Grenade Launcher AGS-30 maks2009.jpg Russia/Azerbaijan [23]
AGS-17 Automatic Grenade Launcher 30-мм автоматический гранатомет АГС-17 Пламя.jpg Soviet Union

Anti-tank missiles[edit]

Name Type Photo Country of origin Notes/Manufacturer
RPG-7 Rocket-propelled grenade RPG-7V1 grenade launcher - RaceofHeroes-part2-22.jpg Soviet Union Reusable launcher with a variety of anti-personnel and anti-tank munitions available. Also exists newer model RPG-7V
Standard issue
B-300 Anti-tank missile Shipon001.jpg Israel Reusable launcher
Limited issue
9K111 Fagot Anti-tank guided missile 9M111 AT-4 Spigot.jpg Soviet Union Also known as "TƏİR"(Tank əleyhinə idarəolunan raket kompleksi)
Standard Issue
9M113 Konkurs Anti-tank missile Flickr - Israel Defense Forces - Russian-Made Missile Found in Hezbollah Hands.jpg Soviet Union Standard Issue
Spike (missile) Anti-tank missile SPIKE ATGM.jpg Israel[24] 100 systems used on vehicles
MILAN Anti-tank missile MILAN-VBLB.jpg France[24] Limited Usage
9M133 Kornet Anti-tank missile 9M133 Kornet.JPG Russia[24] ~100 missiles
Limited Usage

Vehicles[edit]

Main Battle Tanks[edit]

Name Image Quantity Country of origin Notes
T-90S T-90S at the parade of the day of the Armed Forces of Azerbaijan, 2013.jpg 100[25] Russia 100 at the time in service.[26] Option for 100 more.[27]
The most modern MBT in service in the Azeri army.
T-72 Aslan Azeri T-72, parad in Baku, 2013.JPG 470[25] Azerbaijan Active,[28] Some units are stored, for strategical reserve. The upgraded variant was updated by Elbit Systems from Israel, on basis from the upgrade pack T-72 "Aslan" (SIM-2). These tanks were equipped with GPS/INS navigation, modern fire control system, a kit of modular reactive armour, modern electronics warfare and other systems already.
T-55 T55 Afghanistan.JPG 95[25] Soviet Union Used as targets in military tank shooting exercises.[29]

Infantry Fighting Vehicles[edit]

Name Image Quantity Country of origin Notes
BMP-3 BMP-3 - ETIF-2010 (5).jpg 100[25] Russia BMP-3M version with Vesna-K termal sights
Main IFV of the Azeri army with 88+ in active service
BMP-2 BMP-2 military parade rehearsal.jpg 33[25] Soviet Union BMP-2M version was modernised by "Elbit Systems" from Israel.[citation needed]
30+ in active service, the other units are in strategic storage.
BMP-1/BMP-1K
BRM-1
Bmp-1-DMSC9112086 JPG.jpg 43[25] Soviet Union 43 in active service, More are stored as strategic reserve.
BMD-1 Bmd-1 ifv.jpg 20[25] Soviet Union

Armoured Personnel Carriers[edit]

Name Manufacturer Photo Number Notes
BTR-80A, 82A Soviet Union
Russia
Military parade in Baku on an Army Day.jpg 80[25] Used by Land Forces
Over 70 BTR-80A and ~10 BTR-82 in active service
BTR-70 Soviet Union Victory park (Kazan) (262-6).jpg 132[25][30] Modernized by Ministry of Defense Industry of Azerbaijan.Vehicle equipped modern "Shimshek" gun turret, fire-control system and thermal sights
132 in active service, More in storage
BTR-60 Soviet Union BTR-60PB NVA.JPG 10[25][31] 10 in active service,More in storage
BTR-3 Ukraine BTR3.jpg 3
BRDM-2 Soviet Union BRDM-2 Anti-tank vehicle.jpg 88[32] 23 vehicles were modernized by Ministry of Defense Industry of Azerbaijan that is named ZKDM.[33][34][35]
MT-LB Soviet Union Soviet MT-LB.JPEG 336[25]

Light Armored Cars[edit]

Name Manufacturer Photo Number Notes
AZCAN Sentry APC Azerbaijan/Canada N/A Produced by AZCAN Defence Solutions, an Azerbaijani-Canadian Corporation.[36]
AZCAN Huron APC Azerbaijan/Canada N/A Produced by AZCAN Defence Solutions, an Azerbaijani-Canadian Corporation.[36]
Humvee United States 060322-N-5438H-018 U.S. Army soldiers assigned to the Bravo Battery 3rd Battalion 320th Field Artillery Regiment along with Iraq Army soldiers from the 1st Battalion 1st Brigade 4th Division perform a routine patrol.jpg 100+ Used by peacekeeping and internal forces[37]
AIL Storm Israel 02252 парад.jpg 150 [38]
AIL Abir Israel Abir2.jpg 80 [38]
Plasan Sand Cat Israel Plasan SandCat.jpg 230 [38]
Otokar Cobra Turkey Paradbaku98.jpg 350 [39]
Otokar ZPT Turkey Mosul, Iraq.jpg 300[citation needed] [39]
Marauder (vehicle) South Africa/Azerbaijan Parad 878.jpg 45[25] Produced in Azerbaijan
Matador (mine protected vehicle) South Africa/Azerbaijan Day of the Armed Forces of Azerbaijan 2011 (2).jpg 45[25] Joint Produced in Azerbaijan
ILDIRIM MRAP South Africa/Azerbaijan 35+ Joint production by MLS. 35 more vehicles will be produced[40]
Tufan MRAP Azerbaijan 1 Produced by Azerbaijan Defence Industry.One prototype is produced, under development stage.[41]
Cougar (vehicle) United States A Mastiff Protected Patrol Vehicle MOD 45149021.jpg 50 Used by peacekeeping forces[42]

Light vehicles[edit]

Name Manufacturer Photo Number Notes
Mercedes-Benz G-Class Germany Bundeswehr MB Wolf.jpg 43 Used by State Border Service.[37]
Tarpan Honker Poland PL Tarpan Honker MIL car.JPG 60[citation needed] Used by mine agencies.[43]
Land Rover Defender United Kingdom Land Rover Defender 110 patrol vehicles.jpg 110 [44]
Gürzə patrol vehicle Azerbaijan Gürzə.jpg 45+

Artillery[edit]

Tactical Ballistic Missiles[edit]

Name Manufacturer Photo Number Notes
OTR-21 Tochka Soviet Union Military parade in Baku 2013 12.JPG 4 launchers[45] 120 km range
Polonez (MRL) Belarus Парад по случаю Дня независимости Белоруссии при участии авиации ЗВО (15).jpg 10 launchers

[46]

Multiple Launch Rocket Systems[edit]

Name Manufacturer Photo Number Notes
BM-30 Smerch Russia Azeri "Smerch", parade in Baku, 2013.JPG 30[25]
TOS-1 Russia Azeri TOS-1, parade in Baku, 2013.JPG 18[25] [47]
T-122 Sakarya[25] China
Turkey
Azeri Lynx Grad, parad in Baku, 2013.JPG 21[25]
RM-70 Vampire Czechoslovakia T813 army2.JPG Unknown [48]
Lynx Israel Azeri LAR-160, parade in Baku, 2013.JPG 30+[25]
EXTRA[25] Israel Azeri Lynx Extra, parade in Baku, 2013.JPG Unknown
BM-21 Grad Soviet Union Military parade 2018 48.jpg 43[25]

Self-Propelled Artillery Systems[edit]

Name Manufacturer Photo Number Notes
ATMOS 2000 Israel Atmos 2000.jpg 5[49]
2S19 Msta Soviet Union Azeri 2S19, parad in Baku, 2013.JPG 18[50]. [51]
2S7 Pion Soviet Union Azeri 2S7, parad in Baku, 2013.JPG 12[52].
SpGH DANA Czechoslovakia Akce Cihelna 2014 H06. Dana.jpg 100 [53]
2S3 Akatsiya Soviet Union Azeri 2S3, parad in Baku, 2013.JPG 6[54]
2S1 Gvozdika Soviet Union Azeri 2S1, parade in Baku, 2013.JPG 46[55]

Towed Howitzers[edit]

Name Manufacturer Photo Number Notes
122 mm howitzer 2A18 (D-30) Soviet Union Artilleryman of the Afghan National Army.jpg 129[56][57]
152 mm towed gun-howitzer M1955 (D-20) Soviet Union Howitzer D-20.jpg 24[58]
152 mm gun 2A36 Soviet Union 152-мм пушка Гиацинт-Б (1).jpg 18[59]
130 mm towed field gun M1954 (M-46) Soviet Union 0parad 833.jpg 36[60]
85 mm divisional gun D-44 Soviet Union D-44-beyt-hatotchan-1.jpg N/A

Mortars[edit]

Name Manufacturer Photo Number Notes
2S31 Vena Russia Military parade 2018 37.jpg 18[61]. 18 in active service
2S9 Nona Soviet Union 2S9 Nona in Saint-Petersburg.jpg 50[62]
Cardom Israel Azeri HE Mortar Bomb, parade in Baku, 2013.JPG 50
MO-120-RT-61 France JGSDF 120mm mortar RT-transport(20080113).JPG 350[citation needed]
Komando 20N6MT Azerbaijan N/A
2B14 Podnos Soviet Union 2B14 Podnos at "Engineering Technologies 2010" forum.jpg N/A
2B11 Sani Soviet Union LT 2B11.jpg N/A
M1938 mortar Soviet Union 2009-11-22-seelower-hoehen-by-Ralf-10.jpg
RM-38 Soviet Union 50mm Company Mortar M1938 (RM-38).jpg 107[63][64]

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