What tanks do Indonesia use?

Ground vehicle

Vehicle Origin Type
Harimau Turkey Indonesia Medium tank
FV101 Scorpion United Kingdom Light tank
AMX-13 France Netherlands Light tank

How big is the M3 tank?

18 ft 6 in
M3 Lee

Medium Tank, M3
Mass 30 short tons (27 long tons; 27 t)
Length 18 ft 6 in (5.64 m)
Width 8 ft 11 in (2.72 m)
Height 10 ft 3 in (3.12 m) – Lee

How many M3 tanks were built?

M3 Stuart

Light Tank, M3 and M5
Designer U.S. Army Ordnance Department
Manufacturer American Car and Foundry Company Cadillac division of General Motors General Motors Massey-Harris
Produced 1941–1944
No. built 22,744 M3 and M5

What rifle does Indonesia use?

The SS1 (short for Indonesian: Senapan Serbu 1, “Assault Rifle 1”) is the standard assault rifle of the Indonesian armed forces and Indonesian National Police. It is based on the FN FNC rifle but modified in order to meet ergonomic and tropical environment needs.

Does the Indonesian Army still use the M3A1 Stuart tank?

Indonesian Army retains one M3A1 Stuart in operational condition used for historical theater show. The 1941 US military propaganda short film The Tanks Are Coming. features the M3 and its manufacturing process.

What happened to the M3 Medium Tank M3?

The engine was moved to the middle of the hull and a 3-inch (76 mm) gun was mounted in a superstructure in the rear. The project started in September 1942 and was abandoned in February 1943. Variant of T56 with Continental engine of the Medium Tank M3. Also dropped in February 1943.

What countries still use M3 tanks?

Soviet Union — 1,676 M3 series tanks received as part of Lend-Lease, and 5 M5 series tanks. Yugoslavia — M3A1 and M3A3, used during and after the war. The Ontario Regiment Museum has an operational M3 Stuart. Indonesian Army retains one M3A1 Stuart in operational condition used for historical theater show.

How many tanks are in the Indonesian Army?

The Indonesian Army (Indonesian: Tentara Nasional Indonesia-Angkatan Darat, TNI–AD), the land component of the Indonesian National Armed Forces, has an estimated strength of 483,000 active personnel, 598 tanks (including tanks from the Indonesian Navy’s Marine Corps), and 1,539 armored vehicles.