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List of equipment of the Malaysian Army

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The Equipment of the Malaysian Army can be subdivided into: infantry weapons, vehicles, aircraft, watercraft, and clothing.

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Ground vehicles

Vehicle Image Type Origin Quantity Notes
PT-91M Pendekar
PT-91M Pendekar.jpg
Main battle tank  Poland 48[1] Armed with 125mm 2A46MS main gun.
FV101 Scorpion
Scorpion CRVT (4119399295).jpg
Light tank  UK 26[2] Armed with Cockerill 90mm main gun.
APC/IFV (Tracked)
ACV 300 Adnan
ACV-300 Adnan.jpg
Armoured combat vehicle  Turkey
267[3] Built locally by DefTech.The variants included Sharpshooter 25mm auto cannon,M2 Browning 12.7mm machine gun,81mm and 120mm mortar carrier,Mk19 grenade launcher,Baktar Shikan ATGM and support vehicle.
K-200 KIFV
Armoured combat vehicle  South Korea 111[4] The variants included M2 Browning 12.7mm machine gun, 81mm mortar carrier and support vehicle.[5]
Alvis Stormer
10 Para Bde Stormer during 56th NDP.JPG
Armoured combat vehicle  UK 25[6] 12 units has a 20mm auto cannon and 13 units equipped with the 7.62mm TH-1 turret.[7]
Bandvagn 206
141002-Z-WX809-658 (15281520727).jpg
Armoured all-terrain carrier  Sweden 80[6] Armoured utility vehicles with various functions.[8][9]
APC/IFV (Wheeled)
AV8 Gempita (8x8)
DefTech AV8 during 56th NDP.JPG
Armoured combat vehicle  Turkey
257[10] Built locally by DefTech.The variants included Denel LCT-30mm auto cannon,Sharpshooter 25mm auto cannon,12.7mm RCWS,120mm mortar carrier,ZT3 Ingwe ATGM and support vehicle.
SIBMAS (6x6)
Sibmas AFSV-90 Muzium Tentera Darat.JPG
Armoured fire support vehicle  Belgium 186[2] 162 units armed with Cockerill 90mm main gun and 24 as support vehicle.
Condor APC (4x4)
Malaysian Condor.jpg
Armoured personnel carrier  Germany 400+[13][4][14] Armed with 20mm auto cannon. Originally 460 units. Some were lost in the Battle of Mogadishu and others were used for peacekeeping missions in various countries.
AV4 Lipanbara (4x4)
Chaiseri First Win.jpg
Armoured personnel carrier  Thailand
34[15] Built locally by DefTech.About 200 AV-4 planned. Armed with M134D gatling gun.[15][16]
Guardian (4x4)
Bangladesh Police IAG Guardian APC. (32443084686).jpg
Armoured personnel carrier  UAE 9[17][18] Used in peacekeeping missions in Lebanon.
Ferret (4x4)
UDF Ferret2.JPG
Armoured personnel carrier  UK 92[19] Partially retired from the total of 92 units.Some uses as ceremonial vehicle.[20]
Herat2 (cropped).jpg
Multi-purpose armoured vehicle  Spain 103+[21][22] Multi-purpose armoured vehicle that strongly similar to US made Humvee.The variants included M134D gatling gun,M2 Browning 12.7mm machine gun,Mk19 grenade launcher and Igla SAM.[23][24]
Weststar GK-M1 Multi-purpose armoured vehicle  Malaysia 44+[25] Locally produce multi-purpose armoured vehicle that strongly similar to US made Humvee.Most of the vehicle armed with M2 Browning 12.7mm machine gun and Starstreak SAM[26][27][28]
Mercedes-Benz G-Class
Mercedes-Benz G-Klasse GD290 Malaysia.jpg
Multi-purpose/light assault vehicle  Germany 84+[22] 32 G Wagon installed with M2 Browning 12.7mm machine gun, 34 G Wagon installed with Mk19 grenade launcher ,12 G Wagon installed with Metis-M ATGM and others are basic variant.
Astros II MLRS 300mm multiple launch rocket system  Brazil 54[29][30]
M109 howitzer 155mm self-propelled artillery  USA 29[31][32] Currently refurbish and upgrade by DefTech and Loring Industries.[32][33]
Denel G5 howitzer 155mm towed artillery  South Africa 28[4]
VSEL FH-70 155mm towed artillery  EU 15[4]
OTO Melara Mod 56 105 mm towed artillery  Italy 110[4][30]
M102 Howitzer A1206 Tai Iraq 2004.JPG
105 mm towed artillery  USA 40[34]
Royal Thai Army firing LG1 howitzer with extended range ammunition.jpg
105 mm towed artillery  France 18[35] [36]
POL Warsaw WZT-3.jpg
Armoured recovery vehicle  Poland 6[30]
MID Polish.jpg
Engineering tank  Poland 3[30]
PMC Leguan PMC Leguan Armoured vehicle launched bridge  Poland 5[30]
SJ-09 SJ-09 Training tank  Poland 1
Volvo FMX Heavy Recovery Vehicle  Australia 2[37]
Sabah Malaysia Hari-Merdeka-2013-Parade-226.jpg
Field ambulance  Italy unknown
Land Rover Defender
Sabah Malaysia Hari-Merdeka-2013-Parade-224.jpg
Multi-purpose vehicle  UK unknown
All Terrain Mobility Platform
Malaysian Supacat.jpg
Air-mobile vehicle  UK unknown Used by 10 Paratrooper Brigade.
IVECO M4012 IVECO M4012 Satellite communication vehicle  Italy unknown
HICOM Handalan I/II Handalan Troop carrier truck  Malaysia 2,260[38]
AV-VBL AV-VBL Artillery command vehicle  Brazil 10[30] Command vehicle of Astros II MLRS.


Army Air Wing

Aircraft Image Versions Origin Role Quantity Notes
McDonnell Douglas MD 500 Defender
MH-6 Little Bird.jpg
Little Bird/MD-530G[39]  USA Light attack helicopter (6) First delivery will be in 2019. Equipped with Thales Scorpion Helmet-Mounted Cueing System (HMCS) and advance mission computer. Able to fire AGM-114 Hellfire.[40][41].
Agusta A109
Malaysian Army Agusta A-109E LUH Vabre.jpg
A109LOH[42]  Italy
Scout helicopter 10 A109LOH version armed with 20mm gun and/or rockets for area suppression missions.[30] One lost to crash.
Sikorsky SH-3 Sea King
Nuri helicopter.jpg
S61A-4 Nuri  USA Transport helicopter,SAR 12[43] 12 transferred from Royal Malaysian Air Force. Armed with 12.7mm HMG.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)
CTRM Aludra Aludra Mk 1  Malaysia Patrol UAV unknown [44][45][46]


Air defence

Model Image Type Versions Origin Quantity Notes
Surface-to-air missile (SAM)
Rapier SHORAD Rapier 2000  UK 15 Jernas variant.[47]
Starstreak MANPADS 02.jpg
SHORAD ForceSHIELD System  UK unknown [48][49]
9K38 Igla
MANPADS 72mm explosive  Russia 70[50] [6][47]
MANPADS 72mm explosive  Pakistan 250[50] [6][47][51]
MANPADS 152mm fragmentation explosive  UK unknown [48]
FN-6 MANPADS 72mm explosive  China unknown [6][52][47]
Anti-aircraft artillery
Bofors Anti-aircraft artillery 40mm anti-aircraft artillery  Sweden 36[4]
Oerlikon Anti-aircraft artillery 35mm anti-aircraft artillery   Switzerland 28[4]


Model Image Type Calibre Origin Notes
Beretta 92
Semi-automatic pistol 9×19mm Parabellum  Italy Used by 10 Paratrooper Brigade and GGK.
Browning High-Power
High power Inglis (6971784217).jpg
Semi-automatic pistol 9×19mm Parabellum  Belgium Standard issue sidearms for senior-rank officers and special forces.
Colt M1911A1
Remington Rand M1911A1 (6825681098).jpg
Semi-automatic pistol .45 ACP  USA Used by GGK.
ARMS & Hunting 2012 exhibition (474-23).jpg
Semi-automatic pistol 9×19mm Parabellum  Austria Issued to all infantry units as part of the Future Soldier programme.
Semi-automatic pistol 9×19mm Parabellum  West Germany Issued to specific infantry units.
SIG Sauer P226
SIG Sauer P226 neu.jpg
Semi-automatic pistol 9×19mm Parabellum   Switzerland Used by 10 Paratrooper Brigade and GGK.
Vektor SP1
Semi-automatic pistol 9×19mm Parabellum  South Africa Used by GGK.
Benelli M4 Super 90
Benelli m4 2.jpg
Shotgun 12 gauge  Italy

Used by GGK.

Franchi SPAS-12
SPAS-12 stock folded.jpg
Shotgun 12 gauge  Italy Used by GGK.
Remington 870
Shotgun 12 gauge  USA Used by 10 Paratrooper Brigade and GGK.
Submachine guns
Heckler & Koch MP5
Heckler Koch MP5.jpg
Submachine gun 9×19mm Parabellum  West Germany Standard army submachine gun.[6] Also used by 10 Paratrooper Brigade and GGK. Used in night operations, close quarters, hostage rescue, and escort.
Assault rifles
Colt M16A4
The M16A4 Series 5.56mm Rifle.jpg
Assault Rifle 5.56×45mm NATO  USA Used by 10Paratrooper Brigade.
Colt M4
PEO M4 Carbine RAS M68 CCO.jpg
Carbine 5.56×45mm NATO  USA
Standard service rifle. Made under licence by SME Ordnance Sdn Bhd.[53] Used along with Steyr AUG as standard service rifle. Under production.
Steyr AUG
Assault rifle 5.56×45mm NATO  Austria
Made under licence by SME Ordnance Sdn Bhd. Standard issue. Malaysia decided to withdraw production of the rifle. Withdrawn from all infantry units. Original Austrian-made Steyr are still in use by the Royal Intelligence Corps and GGK.
Colt M16
M16A1 brimob.jpg
Assault rifle 5.56×45mm NATO  USA Used by the Territorial Army / Rejimen Askar Wataniah
AR-15 Sporter SP1 Carbine.JPG
Carbine 5.56×45mm NATO  USA Used by 10 Paratrooper Brigade.
Colt CM901
Colt CM901 7.62.JPG
Battle rifle 7.62×51mm NATO  USA Issued to specific infantry units.
Battle rifle 7.62×51mm NATO  UK
Withdrawn from active units. In storage and museums.
Heckler & Koch HK33
HK33A2 Flickr (yet another finn).jpg
Assault rifle 5.56×45mm NATO  West Germany
Used by 10 Paratrooper Brigade.
SG 552/553
Swiss Arms SG 553 Left.jpg
Assault rifle 5.56×45mm NATO   Switzerland Used by Royal Intelligence Corps and GGK.
Sniper rifles
Barrett M95
Barrett M95SP.jpg
Anti-materiel rifle 12.7×99mm NATO  USA Used by GGK.
Accuracy International Arctic Warfare
Accuracy International AW.png
Sniper rifle .308 Winchester  UK
Blaser R93 Tactical
Blaser R93 LRS2 .308 Win 4thNovSniperCompetition06.jpg
Sniper rifle .308 Winchester  Germany
AMP DSR-1 Koalorka.jpg
Sniper rifle .308 Winchester  Germany
MSG 90 rifle museum 2014.jpg
Sharpshooter rifle 7.62×51mm NATO  Germany Used by GGK.
Sniper rifle 7.62×51mm NATO  USA
Sako TRG-42.jpg
Sniper rifle .308 Winchester  Finland Used by GGK.
Machine guns
FN Minimi
FN MINIMI Standard Right.jpg
Light machine gun 5.56×45mm NATO  Belgium Belt-fed, but can be used with STANAG magazines. Standard issue LMG.
Kulspruta 58 001.jpg
General purpose machine gun 7.62×51mm NATO  Belgium Standard general purpose machine gun. It can be attached to both navy assault vessels and tripods
General-purpose machine gun 7.62×51mm NATO  West Germany Standard issue GPMG for Territorial Army / Rejimen Askar Wataniah
M2 Browning
Heavy machine gun 12.7×99mm NATO  USA Standard issue HMG. Mounted on vehicles or tripods.
M60 machine gun DM-ST-90-01312.jpg
General-purpose machine gun 7.62×51mm NATO  USA M60E3 is used by GGK.[54]
M240B Medium Machine Gun (7414626696).jpg
General-purpose machine gun 7.62×51mm NATO  USA Belt-fed.
Gatling machine gun 7.62×51mm NATO  USA Mounted on Lipanbara 4x4 High Mobility Armoured Vehicle (HMAV).
RPK Machine Gun 7.62 x 39.jpg
Light machine gun 5.45×39mm  Soviet Union Used by GGK.
Grenade-based weapons
M79 grenade launcher
M79 Grenade Launcher (7414625716).jpg
Grenade launcher 40mm grenade  USA Used by GGK.[55]
Mk 19
Automatic grenade launcher 40mm grenade  USA Belt-fed.
Milkor MGL
23- Saudi Border Guards Milkor MGL (My Trip To Al-Jenadriyah 32).jpg
Grenade launcher 40mm grenade  South Africa Standard issue grenade launcher.
PEO M203A2 Grenade Launcher.jpg
Grenade launcher 40mm grenade  USA Single-shot underbarrel grenade launcher. Attached to M4 and M16.
Fragmentation grenade  USA
M18 Grenade.svg
Smoke grenade  USA
Flashbang  USA
2B14 Podnos
2B14 Podnos at "Engineering Technologies 2010" forum.jpg
Mortar 82mm mortar  Soviet Union
81mmMORT L16.png
Mortar 81mm mortar  UK
Portable anti-materiel weapons
FGM-148 Javelin (5160721562).jpg
Anti-tank weapon 127mm HEAT  USA [56]
M72 ASM RC Kokonaisturvallisuusmesssut 2015.jpg
Anti-tank weapon 66mm HEAT  USA
NLAW Kokonaisturvallisuus 2015 01.JPG
Anti-tank weapon 150mm HEAT  UK
Likely To Be Used by GGK And 10th Paratropper Brigade.[57]
Anti-tank weapon 84mm  Sweden Used by GGK.[58]
Anti-tank weapon 84mm  Sweden
ERYX-2ndFrInReg 2.jpg
Anti-tank guided missile 137mm HEAT  France Used by 10 Paratrooper Brigade.[6][59]
Antitank missile system Metis-M1.jpg
Anti-tank guided missile 130mm HEAT  Russia [60]
ZT3 Ingwe
Ingwe ATGM.jpg
Anti-tank guided missile 127mm HEAT  South Africa Mounted on DefTech AV8 Gempita multi-purpose armoured fighting vehicle.[61]
SLA Red Arrow 8L.JPG
Anti-tank guided missile 120mm HEAT  Pakistan [51]
C90-CR (M3)
Rocket-propelled grenade 90mm HEAT  Spain [6]
RPG-7V1 grenade launcher - RaceofHeroes-part2-22.jpg
Rocket-propelled grenade 40mm HEAT  Soviet Union
Anti-tank recoilless rifle 105mm  USA


Current attire
Name Pattern name(s) Pattern Image Notes
Celoreng Harimau Belang ATM Celoreng Corak Digital woodland pattern
Harimau Belang Pattern 90
ATM Digital woodland pattern.jpg

Pattern Harimau Belang 90.jpg
Paratroopers on DSA 2014 (03).JPG
Malaysian Army Uniform.jpg
The Malaysian Armed Forces (Malay: Angkatan Tentera Malaysia, ATM) introduced the Uniform No. 5 with new digital camo patterns during ATM's 80th Anniversary Parade on 21 September 2013. The new woodland pattern is well known as Fabrik Celoreng Corak Digital Tentera Darat is made from 65% cotton / 35% polyester ripstop fabrics. Its colour scheme consists of green (40%), beige (30%), dark brown (25%), and dark blue (5%).

Locally known as "Baju Celoreng Harimau Belang". Since there are black stripes on a 4-colour woodland background, also known as "Zebra Camo" or "Malay Tigerstripes". This camo was initially adopted by Malaysian Army 10th Para Brigade in Langkawi.

Harimau Gurun desert pattern
ATM Digital Desert pattern.JPG
It is a variant of Malay Tigerstripe Woodland pattern but with earth-brown stripes on a light green and sand-coloured background. Used by Malbatt, part of Malaysian Army peacekeeping corps in Lubnan under UN.
Physical Fitness Uniform


To boost the security in eastern Sabah from the attacks by militants in the southern Philippines, especially in the Sulu Sea, the Malaysian government has purchased a total of six McDonnell Douglas MD 500 Defender (MH-6 Little Bird) light attack helicopters from the United States for the Malaysian Army.[62]The delivery of this helicopter now suspended as for to allow investigation regarding elements of bribery in the deals made before which is this act might actually a political ruse to gain political mileage.[63]Around 200 AV-4 Lipanbara armoured vehicles that were intended to be stationed in east Malaysia were also built after an agreement with a Thai company.[15][16] The United States reportedly sent a total of 29 pieces of M109 howitzer artillery to the Malaysian Army.[32] Malaysian defence company, Global Komited has partnered with a British air defence company, Thales for the distribution of surface-to-air missile to the Malaysian Army.[64][65] While another Malaysian company AVP Engineering has teamed up with South Korean-defence company Doosan DST to offer Black Fox 6x6 wheeled armoured vehicles if they were selected by the Malaysian government.[66]Malaysia also locally produce AV-8 Gempita 8x8 with technology assistance from Turkey.A Malaysian company, Aegis Malinnov also has recently made the country's first pistol that will be used as a major pistol for the army.[67] In the same year, The Etika Strategic, Rheinmetall and Otokar made an Agreement of Joint Venture Altay MBT.[68][69]There are also planned to replace the FV101 Scorpion that will be retired soon.[70]

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