Air Defence Systems

Infantry Fighting Vehicles

In deployed operations, today's armed forces have to be able to move, shoot and communicate in a variety of very tough environments, posing major challenges to modern military vehicle systems. A whole host of threat scenarios, ranging from high-intensity conventional combat to post-conflict peacekeeping missions and the constant, incalculable risk of asymmetric attack, make having adequate force protection measures in place imperative.

Armoured Tracked Vehicles


A main battle tank (MBT), also known as a battle tank or universal tank, is a tank that fills the armor-protected direct fire and maneuver role of many modern armies. They were originally conceived to replace the light, medium, heavy and super-heavy tanks.


Development was spurred in the Cold War with the development of lightweight composite armour. They are still supplemented in some armies with light tanks. Not all armored, tracked military vehicles are tanks and are designed for other battlefield roles.


Today, main battle tanks are considered a key component of modern armies. Modern MBTs seldom operate alone, as they are organized into armoured units which involve the support of infantry, who may accompany the MBTs in infantry fighting vehicles. They are also often supported by surveillance or ground-attack aircraft.


Mission ready. Soldier trusted. Battle proven. Rigorously tested and proven in the toughest environments, Fahad Group vehicles offer a range of protection, unmatched on-road and off-road mobility, survivability, lethality, versatility, reliability and sustainability for the unique multi-mission capabilities our customers require.

Main Battle Tank (MBT)

"All-Terrain Tracked Carrier" Third Generation of Articulated Vehicles