List of equipment of the Polish Land Forces

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Armed Forces of the Republic of Poland
Siły Zbrojne Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej
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Service branches Polish Land Forces
Polish Air Force
Polish Navy
Polish Special Forces
Related articles
History List of Polish wars
Timeline of the Polish Army
Ranks Polish Armed Forces rank insignia
Orders, decorations, and medals of Poland

List of equipment of the Polish Land forces.

Infantry weapons

Model Image Origin Type Variant Number Details
Knives and bayonets
6H4 Bayonet 03 akm.jpg  Soviet Union
 Poland
Bayonet 6H4 Can be attached to AKM, AKMS, Beryl or Mini-Beryl.
Military knife wz. 92 [1]  Poland Combat knife wz. 92
Military knife wz. 98 150px  Poland Combat knife wz. 98
wz. 98A
wz. 98Z
Pistols
P-64 CZAK 150px  Poland 9 mm Makarov Semi-Auto Pistol P-64 Most are replaced by P-83 and WIST-94, but still in small use. P-64, P-83 and WIST-94 are to be replaced by new Handgun in near future.[1]
P-83 Wanad Pistol P83.jpg  Poland 9 mm Makarov Semi-Auto Pistol P-83 Being slowly supplemented in military service by WIST-94. Still in heavy use in Polish Police services.[2] To be replaced with 21,000 new pistols.[3] P-64, P-83 and WIST-94 are to be replaced by new Handgun in near future.[1]
WIST-94 150px  Poland 9 mm Para Semi-Auto Pistol WIST-94
WIST-94L
20,210[4] P-64, P-83 and WIST-94 are to be replaced by new Handgun in near future.[1]
P99 Walther P99Q.jpg  Germany
 Poland
9 mm Para Semi-Auto Pistol P99 QA Limited usage in Polish Land Forces, mostly used by generals and officers.[5]
Glock 17 Glock 17 2nd Gen.jpg  Austria 9 mm Para Semi-Auto Pistol Glock 17 1,500[4] In use by Military Gendarmerie.[6]
Flare guns
Wz. 78 150px  Poland 26 mm Flare Gun
Submachine guns
PM-84 Glauberyt PM06 Glauberyt PICT0014.jpg  Poland 9 mm Para Submachine Gun PM-84P
PM-98
PM-06
+15,000 PM-98 and PM-06 are also use by Military Gendarmerie.[6]
MP5 MP5.jpg  Germany 9 mm Para Submachine Gun MP5A3 In use by Military Gendarmerie.[6]
Shotguns
Mossberg 500 150px  United States 12 gauge M50440
M590
M50440 variant is used by Military Gendarmerie and M590 by Polish Army.[6]
Rifles
SKS Simonov-SKS-45.JPG  Soviet Union 7.62×39mm Semi-automatic carbine ksS 500 Only used by Polish Ceremonial Units (Army, Air Force, Navy). To be replaced by MSBS in near future.
Assault rifles
kbk AKM



kbk AKMS
AKM NTW 4 92.jpg
AKMŁ NTW 4 92.jpg
AKMS - 7,62x39mm - Armémuseum.jpg
 Soviet Union
 Poland
7.62×39mm Assault Rifle kbk AKM
kbk AKMŁ
kbk AKMS
kbk AKMSN
+50,000 Limited service in regular units, mostly in use on trainings and by reserve. Around 300,000 more are in storage.
Kbk wz. 1996 Mini-Beryl 150px  Poland 5.56mm NATO Carbine wz. 1996B
wz. 1996C
~3,000
~4,500[7]
Mini-Beryl is also use by Military Gendarmerie.
Kbs wz. 1996 Beryl 150px  Poland 5.56mm NATO Assault Rifle wz. 1996A
wz. 1996B
wz. 1996C
~45,000
~10,000
~16,000[7][8][9][10]
Standard issue weapon. Some old Beryls would be modernized to wz. 1996C standard. Planned to be supplemented by MSBS Radon.[6]
Sniper rifles
SWD SVD Dragunov.jpg  Soviet Union
 Poland
7.62×54 mmR Sniper Rifle SWD
SWD-M
~1,100
158[11]
SWD - Polish designation for SVD Dragunov.[12] SWD-M version is a limited polish upgrade with new optics and bipod.[13]
Bor Rifle Alex.jpg  Poland 7.62mm NATO Sniper Rifle 136
Sako TRG Sako TRG-42.jpg  Finland 7.62mm NATO Sniper Rifle TRG-21
TRG-22
40[11]
206[11]
Also used by special forces and Military Gendarmerie.[6]
Tor 150px  Poland .50 BMG Anti-materiel rifle 76
Light machine guns
RPK Machine Gun RPK.jpg  Soviet Union 7.62×39mm Light Machine Gun RPK
RPKS
Limited use by airborne forces.[14]
General purpose machine guns
PK 150px
150px
 Soviet Union
 Poland
7.62×54mmR General Purpose Machine Gun PK
PKB
PKL
PKS
PKT
PKM
PKMS
PKMSN
PKMSN-1
UKM-2000 150px  Poland 7.62mm NATO general purpose machine gun UKM-2000P
UKM-2000C
UKM-2000D
894[15]
337
8
UKM-2000D/P is also used by Military Gendarmerie.[6]
It will be also modernized version, called UKM-2000M[16]
Rheinmetall MG3 150px  West Germany 7.62mm NATO general purpose machine gun MG3A1 ~600 Used on ex-Bundeswehr vehicles. More will be delivered because of order Leopards and Bergepanzer 2. Probably to replace with UKM-2000C/CL or WKM-B due to modernization.
Heavy machine guns
DShK Expomil 2005 01 TR-85M1 02 Mitraliera PKT.jpg  Soviet Union
 Poland
 Czechoslovakia
12.7 mm Russian heavy machine gun DSzKM ~160 Only used on WZT-2 ARV and 152mm SpGH DANA[17]
NSW Machine gun NSV.jpg  Soviet Union
 Poland
12.7 mm Russian heavy Machine gun NSW
NSWT
NSW - Polish designation for NSV. To be replaced by WKM-B.[11]
WKM-B 150px  Poland .50 BMG Heavy Machine Gun WKM-B
WKM-Bz
+500
8
NSW adapted to the .50 BMG NATO round.[11]
Grenades
Rifle Grenades 150px  Poland HEAP grenade
Incendiary grenade
Smoke grenade
Illuminating grenade
GNPO
NGZ-93
NGD-93
NGOS
They can be fired from Kbs wz. 1996 Beryl and Kbk wz. 1996 Mini-Beryl.
RGD-2 150px  Soviet Union
 Poland
Smoke grenade RGD-2B
RGD-2CZ
Only white and black smoke.
UGD-200 UGD-200  Poland Smoke grenade Color or white smoke.
RGO-88 RGO-88  Poland Fragmentation grenade
RGZ-89 150px  Poland Anti-personnel grenade
F-1 F1 grenade travmatik com 01 by-sa.jpg  Soviet Union
 Poland
Anti-personnel grenade Being replaced by RGZ-89 and RGO-88.
RG-42 RG-42 grenade Navy.jpg  Soviet Union Anti-personnel grenade Being replaced by RGZ-89.
Recoilless rifles and grenade launchers
SPG-9 Grenade launcher SPG-9M.jpg  Soviet Union 73 mm Recoilless Rifle SPG-9
SPG-9D
SPG-9N
Limited use by airborne forces.
Carl Gustav Carl Gustaf. recoilless.rifle.jpg  Sweden 84 mm Multi-Role Recoilless Rifle 34[18] Used only by paratroopers and special forces.
AT4 AT4-johnson2004-02-03.jpg  Sweden 84-mm portable single-shot recoilless smoothbore weapon Used only by paratroopers and special forces.
Kbkg wz. 1960 Karabinek-granatnik wz.1960.jpg  Poland 7.62×39mm Carbine-grenade launcher wz. 1960
wz. 1960/72
Unknown number in use at now. Most are replaced by wz. 83 Pallad-D.
wz. 74 Pallad Beryl wz96.jpg  Poland 40 mm Grenade Launcher It can be attached to AKM, AKMS, kbk wz. 88 Tantal and kbs wz. 96 Beryl. To be replaced by GPBO-40.
GPBO-40 150px  Poland 40 mm Grenade Launcher GPBO-40 450[19][19] Underbarrel grenade launcher, can be attached to kbs wz. 1996 Beryl.
wz. 83 Pallad-D Grenade launcher wz.83 Pallad D.jpg  Poland 40 mm Grenade Launcher wz. 83 Pallad-D Also known as Wz. 1983 grenade launcher. To be replaced by GSBO-40.
GSBO-40 150px  Poland 40 mm Grenade Launcher GSBO-40 160[20][20] Stand-alone version with stock and pistol grip.
Mk.19 Granatnik Mk. 19 Wojsko Polskie.jpg  United States 40 mm Automatic Grenade Launcher 150 Used mostly by Polish troops in Afghanistan. Probably to be replaced by GA-40.
RPG-7 Rpg-7.jpg  Soviet Union
 Poland
40 mm Rocket-propelled grenade launcher RPG-7
RPG-7D
RPG-7DN1
RPG-7W
~2,000
RPG-76 Komar RPG-76.jpg  Poland 40 mm Rocket-propelled grenade launcher ~90,000* *in storage. Some used by Polish troops in Iraq and in Afghanistan.
Land mines
M18 Claymore US M18a1 claymore mine.jpg  United States
 Poland
Anti-personnel mine
TM-62M Winz7.jpg  Soviet Union
 Poland
Anti-tank mine
MPP-B Wierzba [1]  Poland Anti-tank mine
Mortars
LM-60 Pluton 150px  Poland 60 mm Mortar LM-60D
LM-60K
268[21]
M-98 150px  Poland 98 mm Mortar 99[18][21]
Wz. 38/43 150px  Soviet Union 120 mm Mortar 154[18][21]
2B11 LT 2B11.jpg  Soviet Union 120 mm Mortar 16[18][21][22]
Anti-Aircraft and anti-tank missile systems
9K32 Strzała-2 150px  Soviet Union
 Poland
72 mm Man-portable surface-to-air missile launcher 9K32M Strzała-2M 440[23][24] Being slowly replaced by Grom.
PZR Grom Szkolenie przeciwlotników z 17 Wielkopolskiej Brygady Zmechanizowanej (04).jpg  Poland 72 mm Man-portable surface-to-air missile launcher Grom 400[25] 2000 missiles. Around 400 missiles of newer version, "Piorun".
9K111 Fagot 150px  Soviet Union Anti-Tank Guided Missile System 100[21] Also fitted on Polish modernized BRDM-2.[26] Will be replaced by Spike.
9K115 Metis 9K115 Metys.jpg  Soviet Union Anti-Tank Guided Missile System 7[24][25][27] In use by airborne forces.
Spike 150px  Israel
 Poland
Anti-Tank Guided Missile System Spike-LR 264[21] Deal with Israeli manufacturer included production of components and assembly in Poland; incl 264 launchers ; total of 2675 Spike-LR version delivery 2004-2013.[21]

Individual equipment

Model Image Origin Type Variant Number Details
Helmets
Hełm wz. 2005 150px  Poland Combat helmet Hełm wz. 2005 New standard combat helmet of Polish Land Forces.
Hełm wz. 2000 [1]  Poland Combat helmet Hełm wz. 2000 Upgraded version of Hełm wz. 93, to be replaced by Hełm wz. 2005.
Hełm wz. 93 150px  Poland Combat helmet Hełm wz. 93 Still in service, widely used combat helmet of Polish Land Forces. To be replaced by Hełm wz. 2005.
Hełm wz. 67 150px  Poland Combat helmet Hełm wz. 67 Used by National Reserve Forces Recruits.
HA-03  Poland Combat helmet HA-03 Used in Polish airborne.
HC-98 150px  Poland Combat helmet HC-98 Headphone used by tank crews.
Camouflage
wz. 93 "Pantera" 150px  Poland Camouflage Standard camouflage for Polish Armed Forces, except Polish Special Forces.
Military uniforms
Umundurowanie polowe wz. 93 150px  Poland Military uniform Put into operation 1993. Slowly going to be replaced by wz. 2010
Umundurowanie polowe wz. 2010 150px  Poland Military uniform
Polski mundur pustynny 150px  Poland Military uniform wz. 124
wz. 124Pl
wz. 123UT
Polish desert uniforms.
Bulletproof vests
Kamizelka KLV  Poland Bulletproof vest In use by drivers of armored cars.
Kamizelka przeciwodłamkowa DMV-98 150px  Poland Bulletproof vest DMV-98 In use by airborne troops.
Kamizelka przeciwodłamkowa OLV 150px  Poland Bulletproof vest
Kamizelka UKO [2]  Poland Bulletproof vest UKO
UKO-M
UKO is a modern bulletproof vest. Used by Polish troops in Afghanistan.
Boots
150px  Poland Boots wz.928
 Poland Desert Boots wz.920/P
Protection against chemical contamination
Maska przeciwgazowa MP-5 150px  Poland Gas mask MP-5
Maska przeciwgazowa MP-6 150px  Poland Gas mask MP-6 28 400
OP-1 150px  Poland OP-1 Suit for protection against chemical contamination. Going to be replaced by FOO-1
FOO-1 150px  Poland FOO-1 Improved suit for protection against chemical contamination.
Special equipment
AD-2000  Poland Parachute

Vehicles

Model Image Origin Type Variant Number Details
Tanks
Leopard 2 11 Dywizja Kawalerii Pancernej - rok 2010 (03).jpg  Germany Main battle tank Leopard 2A4
Leopard 2A5
Leopard-NJ
142[18][21][28][29]
105[30][31][32][33]
2[34]
All Leopards 2A4 from first batch (128) with an option for 14 more from second batch[35] are going to be upgraded to Leopard 2PL standard.[36][37][38][39]
PT-91 "Twardy" Premier Tusk w 1WBPanc (02).jpg  Poland Main battle tank PT-91
PT-91M
PT-91MA1
92[28]
27[28]
113[21][28][29]
PT-91 - originally produced PT-91.
PT-91M - PT-91 upgraded to PT-91M standard.
PT-91MA1 - T-72M1 upgraded to PT-91 standard.
T-72 "Jaguar" 150px  Soviet Union
 Poland
Main battle tank T-72
T-72A
T-72M1
T-72M1D
SJ-09
172[28]
135[28]
254[28]
23[28]
?
Are being withdrawn from service. 379 T-72 tanks will be stored and kept operational until 2018.[28] 159 T-72s are operational.
Infantry fighting vehicle
BWP-1 Anakonda 2008 (38).jpg
150px
 Soviet Union
 Czechoslovakia
 Poland
Amphibious Tracked Infantry Fighting Vehicle BWP-1
BWP-1D
BWR-1D
BWR-1S
1,131[21]
33[21]
22[21]
16[21]
BWP-1 - Polish designation for BMP-1.
BWP-1D - Polish designation for BMP-1K (MP-31 in Polish service is sometimes also called BWP-1D[21]).
BWR-1D - Polish designation for BRM-1K.
BWR-1S - Polish designation for BPzV "Svatava".
~800 BWP-1s are operational.
KTO Rosomak 150px
150px
150px
150px
150px
 Finland
 Poland
Amphibious Wheeled Infantry Fighting Vehicle and Armoured Personnel Carrier Rosomak
Rosomak-M1
Rosomak-M1M
Rosomak-M2
Rosomak-M3
Rosomak-S
Rosomak NJ
Rosomak-WSRiD
570[40] Rosomak - wheeled infantry fighting vehicle(in future it can be armed with Spike-LR, to replace the Rosomak-S).
Rosomak-M1 - modified variant of Rosomak for use in Afghanistan.
Rosomak-M1M - up-armored Rosomak M1 with QinetiQ RPGNet anti RPG net and new "sand" camouflage.
Rosomak-M2 - APC Rosomak with smaller, OSS-M turret, armed the same as Rosomak M3
Rosomak-M3 - armoured personnel carrier, armed with .50 BMG WKM-B or Mk 19 + PKM or UKM-2000 as secondary weapon.
Rosomak-S - armoured personnel carrier carries full squad with two Spike-LR ATGM.
Rosomak NJ - vehicle for driver training.
Rosomak-WSRiD - recon and command vehicle.
Armoured personnel carrier
MT-LB 150px  Soviet Union
 Poland
Multi-purpose amphibious tracked armoured personnel carrier MT-LB L
MT-LB Z
MT-LB R
WD krel
41
6
6
2
The MT-LB L vehicles are used for driver training. MT-LB Z, MT-LB R and WD krel are a part of the Przebiśnieg electronic warfare system.
Light armored vehicle
BRDM-2 150px
150px
 Soviet Union
 Poland
Amphibious armoured scout car BRDM-2
BRDM-2M-96
BRDM-2M-96i
BRDM-2M-97
BRDM-2M-98
BRDM-2M-96ik
BRDM-2RS
~200[21]
~40
~30
~50
~1[21]
~22[41][42]
dozen[41]
BRDM-2RS - Polish designation for BRDM-2RKhb. 8 are in service with the Polish Navy.[21] 10 BRDM-2M-96ik were used by Polish forces of ISAF.[42] However they are now together with 12 vehicles used in Iraq, back in Poland.
HMMWV 150px  United States
 Poland
Four-wheel Drive Multi-Purpose Vehicle Tumak-2[43]
Tumak-3[43]
M1043A2[43]
96[43]
60[43]
1[43]
M1043A2 with Kobuz RWS, sometimes referred as Tumak-4.
Skorpion-3 150px  Poland Four-wheel Multi-Purpose Drive Vehicle Skorpion-3 90 Armored heavier Honker version.
Armoured recovery vehicle
WZT-2 150px  Poland Armoured recovery vehicle 40[21]
WZT-3M POL Warsaw WZT-3.jpg  Poland Armoured recovery vehicle 29
WPT Mors 150px  Poland Armoured Recovery Vehicle 74
Bergepanzer 2 150px  Germany Armoured recovery vehicle Bergepanzer 2A2 10+18[21][44] 18 on order, to be delivered in June 2014. All of them (28) are going to modernized to Bergepanzer 2PL standard.[45]
Military engineering vehicle
MID Bizon-S MID Polish.jpg  Poland Engineering-Roading Machine MID
MID-M
8
TRI 150px  Poland Engineering Reconnaissance TRI Hors
TRI-D Durian
90 Opal-I landing
PTS 150px  Soviet Union Tracked Amphibious Medium Transporter PTS-M A small number are used by the Land Forces. 50 are in service with the Polish Navy.[21]
SUM kalina 150px  Poland Minelayer 24
ISM Kroton 150px  Poland Minelayer 6 Opal-II landing.
Keiler 150px  Germany Armoured mine clearing vehicle 4[22]
Bożena 150px  Slovakia
 Poland
Remote-Controlled Self-Propelled Mine Roller 14[21][29]
BLG-67 150px  East Germany
 Poland
Armoured bridge layer BLG-67M2 126[23] Used by tank and mechanized subunits. To be replaced by MG-20 Daglezja-G.
Leopard Biber Panzerschnellbruecke Biber auf Brueckenleger.jpg  Germany Armoured vehicle-launched bridge 6[22]
MS-20 Daglezja 150px  Poland Armoured vehicle-launched bridge 2
PP-64 Wstega 150px  Poland Pontoon bridge 60[21] Transported by 70 Star 266 AP-64 and Star 266 BP-64 trucks.
UMI HSW 9.50 PICT0141.jpg  Poland Excavator-loader
SŁ-34C 150px  Poland bulldozer-loader
Bomb disposal
Robot Expert 150px  Poland Unmanned de-mining vehicle
Robot Inspektor 150px  Poland Unmanned de-mining vehicle
Robot Talon IV 150px  United States Unmanned de-mining vehicle
Forester minex 4530 150px  United States Metal detector Forester minex 4530
EOD-9 Bomb suit 150px  United States Protective bomb suit Latest model heavy high protection suit.
Trucks
Tumak-4 150px  United States Truck Tumak-4 31
Star STAR 266.jpg
150px
150px
150px
150px
 Poland Truck Star 200
Star 244
Star 266
Star 266M
Star 660M2-D[46]
Star 660M3[46]
Star 944K
Star 944KD
Star 1466ML
Star 1444
Star 15.225
Star 14.220DK
Star 14.225DK
R-140M
GD-2 (Typ 528)
Typ 514
CD-5 (Typ 520)
WUS-3
IRS
ADK-11
Star 266-based excavator
Star-266 AP-64
Star-266 BP-64
4,708 (Star 266)[46][47]
292 (Star 266M)[47]
a few thousands of specialist Star 266-based vehicles[46]
456 (Star 944K)[47]
185 (Star 944KD)[47]
63 (Star 1466ML)[47]
1 (Star 1444)[47]
1 (Star 15.225)[47]
9 (Star 14.220DK)[47]
16 (Star 14.225DK)[47]
Star 266 - basic medium-capacity transport vehicle of the Polish Armed Forces. Star 266M - modernized Star 266. Star 944 is used as a cargo carrier in logistic subunits on the tactical level. It also serves as a basis for a command vehicle. Star 1466 can be converted into a gun truck by applying STZ armour package for the truck's cabin. Typ 514 - Mobile fuel tank based on Star 1466
Jelcz 150px
Jelcz 442 01.jpg
Jelcz S442D28 MSPO2010.jpg
 Poland Truck P/S662D.43
P662D.43
P662D.35
P662D.34
P642D
C642D.35
C642D.34
C662D.35
P/S862D.43
P/S842D.43
P/S842D.35
178[47]
7[47]
15[47]
101[47]
1[47]
36[47]
15[47]
1[47]
70[47]
1[47]
3[47]
P/S662D.43, P662D.43, P662D.35 and P662D.34 are different variants of JELCZ-662, P642D, C642D.35 and C642D.34 are different variants of JELCZ-642, P/S862D.43 is a variant of JELCZ-862, P/S842D.43 and P/S842D.35 are different variants of JELCZ-842.
SLT 50 Elefant 150px  Germany Heavy Equipment Transporter SLT 50-2 6[47][48]
Daimler Benz Unimog 150px  Germany Truck 1300L 29+40[49] 40 on order, to be delivered in June 2014.
Mercedes-Benz Uroczystość przekazania WP pierwszej partii niemieckich czołgów Leopard 2 A6.jpg  Germany Truck Mercedes-Benz 1017A 91+120[49] 120 on order, to be delivered in June 2014.
Iveco 150px
150px
 Italy Truck Stralis AT260S35Y/P
Eurotrakker
MP720E47WT
MP720E48WT6x6
MP720T50WT
Eurocargo
M40.12WM
460 Stralis AT260S35Y/P is used by Polish Ground Forces along with high capacity trailers. Eurotrakker MP 720E 47 WT are used along with ZREMB NS 600W trailers for transport of tracked vehicles and containers. It can also be used to evacuate damaged equipment in a similar fashion to ARVs. M40.12WM is used as a biological reconnaissance vehicle.
Tatra 150px  Czechoslovakia Truck Tatra 815 Only specialized variants are in service.
KrAZ KrAZ 255.JPG  Soviet Union Truck KrAZ-255B Only specialized variants are in service.
Ural 150px  Soviet Union Truck Ural-375D
Ural-4320
Only specialized variants are in service.
Kamaz 150px  Soviet Union Truck Only specialized variants are in service.
GAZ GAZ 66.jpg  Soviet Union Truck GAZ-66 Only specialized variants are in service.
ZiL 150px  Soviet Union Truck ZIL 131
ZIL 157
Only specialized variants are in service.
All-terrain utility vehicle
Honda 150px  Japan Quad TRX-300 FW
Polaris 150px  United States Quad Sportsan X2 800EFI
Arctic Cat 150px  United States Quad Arctic Cat 400 4x4
Bombardier Outlander 150px  Canada Quad Bombardier Outlander 650
UAZ-469B 150px  Soviet Union
 Poland
Four-wheel Drive Multi-Purpose Vehicle UAZ 469B WD-43
RD-115ZT
UAZ-469B-rs
38[50][51] Only specialized variants are in service.[51]
Tarpan Honker PL Tarpan Honker MIL car.JPG
150px
 Poland Four-wheel Multi-Purpose Drive Vehicle Tarpan Honker
Daewoo Honker
Honker-2000
Skorpion-3
Rys[52]
ZWD-3
WD-2001
REA "Perkun"
Honker Saper
286[47][53]
348[47][53]
647[47][53]
90[47][53]
?
172[54][55]
?
14
>2[56][57]
To be replaced.
Mercedes-Benz G-Class 150px  Germany Four-wheel Multi-Purpose Drive Vehicle GD 290
MB290GD WD
MB 250
96[47]
25[47]
0[49]
40 MB 250 on order, to be delivered on June 2014. Polish Armed forces currently operate a total number of 140 G-class vehicles.[58] The military police uses 13 GD 290s.[47]
Land Rover Defender 150px  United Kingdom Four-wheel Multi-Purpose Drive Vehicle +110 10 of them are in use by Polish Land Forces, while the rest are in use by Military Gendarmerie.[59]
Toyota Land Cruiser Toyota Land Cruiser -- 03-21-2012 1.JPG  Japan Four-wheel Drive Vehicle Land Cruiser[47][53] 13[47][53]
Mitsubishi Pajero 150px  Japan Sport Utility Vehicle Pajero[47][53] 4[47][53]
Daewoo Musso 150px  South Korea Sport Utility Vehicle Musso[47][53] 6[47][53]
Ford Ford Transit front 20071231.jpg  United States Van Transit Used as a low-capacity transport vehicle which can carry up to 4 tonnes of cargo.[60]
UAZ 150px  Soviet Union Van UAZ-452
FSC 150px  Poland Van FSC Żuk
Lublin 150px  Poland Van Lublin II
Lublin 3
Used as a low-capacity transport vehicle which can carry up to 4 tonnes of cargo.[60] Also used as an ambulance.-
Fiat Ducato Fiat Ducato front 20080409.jpg  Italy Wheeled Vehicle Fiat Ducato
Seicento Van "W"[61]
Both are used as low-capacity transport vehicles which can carry up to 4 tonnes of cargo.[60]
Command vehicles
ZWDSz 150px  Soviet Union
 Poland
Tracked command vehicle ZWDSz-1
ZWDSz-2
13
6
SKOT 150px  Poland
 Czechoslovakia
Armoured wheeled command vehicle R-2AM
R-3M
LPG 150px  Poland Tracked command vehicle WD
WDSz
4
3
More on order due to Regina program.
MT-LBu Unknown in Technical museum Togliatti-0504.JPG
150px
 Soviet Union
 Poland
Tracked command vehicle 1W13
1W14
1W15
1W16
MP-21
MP-22
MP-23
MP-24
MP-25
R-330P Piramida-I
Beta-3M
20 (1W13/14/15/16)
24 (MP-21/22/23/24/25)[21]
9 (R-330P)[21]
2 (Beta-3M)
KTO Ryś RYŚ NR NSZR 01.jpg  Poland Armoured wheeled command vehicle KTO Azalia 1 Only prototype.
M113 M113-beyt-hatotchan-1.jpg  United States
 Germany
Tracked command vehicle M113
M557
13
6
ZWD-1 150px  Poland Tracked command vehicle ZWD-1 94
ZWD-2  Poland Tracked command vehicle ZWD-2 5
ZWD-3 Wojsko Polskie Irak DA-SD-05-12334.JPEG  Poland Wheeled all-terrain command vehicle ZWD-3 ~250
Tumak-6 150px  United States
 Poland
Wheeled all-terrain command vehicle Tumak-6 9
ZWD-10R Łowcza 150px  Poland Tracked command vehicle ZWD-10R 4
ZWD-10R/K Łowcza-3K 150px  Poland Wheeled command truck ZWD-10R/K 8
WD-2001 150px  Poland Wheeled all-terrain command vehicle WD-2001
Mercedes Benz G-Wagen 150px  Germany Wheeled all-terrain command vehicle Mercedes Benz 461.4 Wolf
ADK-11 150px  Poland Wheeled command truck ADK-11
BRDM-2 150px  Soviet Union
 Poland
Wheeled amphibious command vehicle R-1A
R-5
Ambulance
M113 150px  United States
 Germany
Multi-purpose Tracked Armoured Personnel Carrier M113G2 Krkw Gep 16
Lotos 150px  Poland Armoured ambulance TS Lotos 1 MT-LB landing.
KTO Ryś MSPO2007-33.jpg  Poland Amphibious Wheeled Armoured Personnel Carrier Rys-Med 5[21]
KTO Rosomak 150px  Poland Armoured ambulance Vehicle Rosomak-WEM 24
Iveco 150px  Italy
 Poland
Truck M40.12WM 134 Iveco 40E13WM is used as a 4x4 ambulance
SCAM 150px  Italy
 Poland
Truck SCAM SM-50[51]
SCAM SM-55[51]
16[47]
46[47][51]
Used as a 4x4 ambulance.
M1035A2 150px  United States
 Poland
Four-wheel Drive Multi-Purpose Vehicle Tumak-7 3 M1035A2 version modified in Poland to ambulance vehicle.
Tarpan S 150px  Poland Four-wheel Drive Multi-Purpose Vehicle Tarpan S Used as 4x4 ambulance
Radiolocation
NUR-12  Poland Radiolocation Station
NUR-21 NUR-21  Poland Radiolocation Station 20[21] Used for locating aircraft flying at low altitudes.
NUR-22 150px  Poland Radiolocation Station 10[21] Based on Tatra 815. Used for locating aircraft flying at low altitudes.
S-125 Newa  Soviet Union
 Poland
Self-propelled surface-to-air missile system SNR PZR S-125 Newa-SC Radar support S-125 Newa Self-Propelled Surface-to-Air Missile System.
SNAR-10 ArmedForcesAcademy11Slovakia12.JPG  Soviet Union Artillery Support Radar SNAR-10 6
Liwiec 150px  Poland Artillery Support Radar 3 7 more on order.[62]
Artillery
D-44 150px  Soviet Union 85 mm Towed Field Gun D-44M
D-44NM
70[18][63] To withdrawn from service.
M-30 150px  Soviet Union
 Poland
122 mm Towed Howitzer Wz. 1938/1985 2[18] Towed by Star 266 trucks. As of 1 January 2008 additional 2 Wz. 1938 howitzers were withdrawn from service and awaiting for further disposal.[18]
2S1 Goździk 150px  Soviet Union
 Poland
122 mm Self-propelled howitzer 2S1 Goździk
2S1M Goździk
2S1T Goździk
324[21]
Wz. 1977 Dana 150px  Czechoslovakia 152 mm Self-propelled howitzer wz. 1977 Dana
Dana-T
5
106[18][21]
Krab  Poland 155 mm Self-Propelled Howitzer 8 Along with the modernized prototypes they will form 6 squadrons[64] consisting of 24 vehicles (total of 120 ordered).[65] More purchases are planned after 2018.
BM-21 Grad 150px  Soviet Union 122 mm Self-Propelled Multiple-Launcher Rocket System 135[21] Between 113 and 114 will be modernized to WR-40 standard, the rest will be scrapped.
RM-70 150px  Czechoslovakia 122 mm Self-Propelled Multiple-Launcher Rocket System RM-70/85 30[21]
WR-40 Langusta 150px  Poland 122 mm Self-Propelled Multiple-Launcher Rocket System 75
9P133 "Malyutka" 150px  Soviet Union Tank Destroyer 100[21]
9P148 "Konkurs" 150px  Soviet Union Tank Destroyer 18[21][24]
Tumak-5 150px  United States
 Poland
Tank Destroyer 18 M1045A2 with Spike LR mounted on top.
Air defence artillery
ZU-23-2 150px  Soviet Union
 Poland
Twin 23 mm Anti-Aircraft Autocannon ZU-23-2
ZUR-23-2S Jod
ZUR-23-2 kg Jodek-G
~250[21]
~100
+50[24][48]
ZSU-23-4 Strzelania 34. Brygady Kawalerii Pancernej z Żagania z ZSU-23-4 MP „BIAŁA” (03).jpg  Soviet Union
 Poland
Self-propelled anti-aircraft gun ZSU-23-4
ZSU-23-4MP "Biala"
8[21]
20[21][66]
Approx. 50 more ZSU-23-4 are to be modernized to ZSU-23-4MP Biała standard.[21]
Hibneryt 150px  Poland Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Gun Hibneryt
Hibneryt-KG
Hibneryt-P
Hibneryt-3
~70 ZU-23-2, ZUR-23-2S Jod or ZUR-23-2 kg Jodek-G (Hibneryt-KG) mounted on a Star 266 truck. Some Hibneryts are going to be modernized to newer versions like Hibneryt-P or Hibneryt-3.
PZA Loara 150px  Poland Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Gun PZA Loara-A 2[21] 2-6 units produced, the original order of 48 was canceled in 2009 due to other priorities.[67]
Anti-Aircraft Missile
Poprad AA system POPRAD 01.jpg  Poland Self-Propelled Surface-to-Air Missile System Zubr P 2[68] 79 POPRAD planned.[69]
2K12 Kub 150px  Soviet Union Self-Propelled Surface-to-Air Missile System 2K12M Kub-M 30[21] 30 is a number of TELs. Polish-Hungarian modernization program in development.
9K33 Osa 150px  Soviet Union
 Poland
Self-Propelled Surface-to-Air Missile System Osa-P 64[21] 64 TELARs form 16 batteries.[24][48][70]
S-125 Newa Anakonda 2006 Z3.jpg  Soviet Union
 Poland
Self-Propelled Surface-to-Air Missile System S-125 Newa SC 60 60 TELs form 20 squadrons.[24][48]
S-200 Wega 150px  Soviet Union Surface-to-Air Missile System 12 12 launchers form 2 squadrons.[24][48]

Aircraft

Model Image Origin Type Variant Number Details
Helicopters
Mil Mi-24 150px  Soviet Union Attack Helicopter Mi-24W
Mi-24D
13?
15?
Two attack squadrons with 12 helicopters, 4 Mi-24W used by SOS. Some are equipped with the Terma A/S MASE (Modular Aircraft Survivability Equipment).[71] 3 Mi-24W lost in Afghanistan. To be retired, will be replaced with 32 new attack helicopters.
Mil Mi-8 150px  Soviet Union Tactical transport helicopter Mi-8T 16 One squadron with 16 helicopters. Will be replaced with Airbus Helicopters H225M.
Mil Mi-17 150px  Soviet Union
 Russia
Tactical transport helicopter Mi-17
Mi-17-1V
4
12
One squadron with 16 helicopters. Some with the Terma A/S MASE.[71]
PZL W-3 Sokół W-3 Sokół.jpg  Poland Tactical transport helicopter W-3W Sokół
W-3WA Sokół
14
11
Two squadrons with 12 helicopters each.
Airbus Helicopters H225M Caracal2552.jpg  France
 Poland
Tactical transport helicopter H225M 0 16 on order to replace Mi-8T
PZL W-3 Sokół 150px  Poland Combat search and rescue W-3PL CSAR Głuszec 8 One CSAR squadron with 8 helicopters.
Mil Mi-17 150px  Soviet Union Medical evacuation Mi-17AE 2 One medical evacuation squadron with 4 helicopters (2 W-3 and 2 Mi-17).
PZL W-3 Sokół 150px  Poland Medical evacuation W-3WA AE Sokół 2 One medical evacuation squadron with 4 helicopters (2 W-3 and 2 Mi-17).
Airbus Helicopters H225M Caracal2552.jpg  France
 Poland
Medical evacuation H225M 0 5 on order
PZL W-3 Sokół 150px  Poland Electronic warfare W-3RR Procjon-2
W-3WA RR Procjon-3
W-3PSOT
1
2
1
One electronic warfare squadron with 4 helicopters.
PZL Mi-2 150px  Poland Training helicopter Mi-2 NVG 16 One training squadron with 16 helicopters.
UAVs
Aeronautics Defense Orbiter Bespilotna letelica Orbiter VS.JPG  Israel Small UAV 18 also operated by Polish Special Forces.[72]
WB Electronics FlyEye FlyEye  Poland Small UAV 12

Possible/future/ordered equipment

Model Image Origin Type Variant Number Details
PR-15 Ragun [1]  Poland 9 mm x 19 Parabellum Pistol PR-15 Ragun Probably new handgun to replace P-64, P-83 and future WIST-94.
MSBS Radon MSBS-5,56.jpg  Poland 5.56mm NATO Assault Rifle Possible MSBS-R order to replace SKS in representative battalions. More orders of various variants possible in the future.
New Designated Marksman Rifle 7.62mm NATO DMR 250 It is planned to buy in 2016 around 250 examples of DMR, to replace old SWD.[73]
Bor Rifle Alex.jpg  Poland 7.62mm NATO Sniper Rifle 60 60 on order.[74]
UKM-2000 UKM2000P REMOV.jpg  Poland 7.62mm NATO GPMG UKM-2000P(M) 378 Modernized version of UKM-2000P, 378 on order.[75]
Minigun DAM134DT.png  United States 7.62mm NATO Six-Barreled Machine Gun M-134D ~100 Miniguns will be mounted on 48 new helicopters (2 on each helicopter + 12 spare)[76]
SBAO-40 150px  Poland 40 mm Grenade Launcher GPBO-40 296 [77]
RGP-40 150px  Poland 40 mm Revolver Grenade Launcher ~200[78]
LM-60 Pluton 150px  Poland 60 mm Mortar LM-60D 108 108 on order.[79]
PIORUN Szkolenie przeciwlotników z 17 Wielkopolskiej Brygady Zmechanizowanej (04).jpg  Poland 72 mm Man-portable surface-to-air missile Piorun 400[25] Around 400 missiles of newer version, Piorun, deliveries from 2014 to 2017.
Light portable Anti-Tank missile System.
Program "Corsair"
[2]  Ukraine
 Poland
107 mm Anti-Tank Guided Missile System Prototype testing scheduled for mid-2015. Serial production to begin in 2017-2018. The system will have three types of warheads weighing about 2.5 kg each: Cumulative, Thermobaric and Explosive. System equipped a thermal sight and guidance module.
Cooperation between Bumar Holding nd Ukrainian "Luch".[80]
Light support tank Program  Poland Light tank The primary armament of future light tank will be a 105 or 120 mm caliber gun fitted within an unmanned turret. Will be built to replace T-72.
New Infantry fighting vehicle Program  Poland Developed to replace BWP-1 in land forces.
New Amphibious Armoured Scout Car Program  Poland Probably will be built by AMZ-Kutno. Replacement for BRDM-2
KTO Rosomak 150px  Finland
 Poland
Amphibious Wheeled Infantry Fighting Vehicle and Armoured Personnel Carrier 307 To be delivered until 2019.[40]
Moździerz RAK Mozdzierz RAK.JPG  Poland 120 mm Self-Propelled Mortar SMG
SMK
0
80
80 more will be produced for Polish Army, most SMK 120.
SMG 120 - RAK mortar mounted on LPG chassis.
SMK 120 - RAK mortar mounted on KTO Rosomak chassis.
Built by Huta Stalowa Wola
AHS Kryl 150px  Poland 155mm self-propelled auto-loading gun 168 New self-propelled auto-loading gun for land forces, built by Huta Stalowa Wola, System uses a license built ATMOS 2000 howitzer. The vehicle platform is a special version Jelcz heavy truck. Prototype completion scheduled for 2015. In future the Kryl will replace 152mm SpGH DANA.
Baobab-K [3]  Poland Minelayer New minelayer system built by Huta Stalowa Wola.
New Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Gun
Program "Noteć"
 Poland Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Gun 20 [81]
New low range Surface-to-air missile Program, "Narew"  Poland New SAM System 11 batteries Cooperation between Polski Holding Obronny , Warsaw University of Technology and Military University of Technology in Warsaw
Missile is in advanced phase of development.
New medium-long range Surface-to-air missile Program „Wisla” New SAM System 6 batteries Raytheon with Patriot PAC-3 and MBDA with SAMP/T land version participate in the tender.[82]
New Multiple Launch Rocket System. Program "Homar"  Poland Multiple launch rocket system Cooperation between Huta Stalowa Wola, ZM Mesko and Lockheed Martin.
Soła  Poland Self-propelled surface-to-air missile system Żubr MMSR 8 8 Zubr MMSR/Sola radar station on order. System uses N-26A/MMSR radar to support Poprad VSHORAD.[69][83]
Poprad AA system POPRAD 01.jpg  Poland Self-Propelled Surface-to-Air Missile System Żubr P 79
2 from test[68]
79 POPRAD planned.[69]
Jelcz 150px  Poland Truck 442.32
662.43
910
200
New Utility helicopters Program New utility helicopter 48 48 new utility helicopters to replace Mi-8 in Polish Land forces ( 70 for all types of forces ) with deliveries planned for 2016,[84] Agusta Westland/PZL-Swidnik with AW149, Airbus Helicopters with EC725 and Sikorsky/PZL Mielec with S-70i are interested in the tender.[85]
New Attack helicopters Program, "Kruk" New attack helicopter +30 to ~48 Around 30 or more are to be bought as replacement for Mi-24. 4 companies are interested in participation in the tender: Bell Helicopters with AH-1Z, Boeing Defense, Space & Security with AH-64E, Agusta Westland with AW-129 Mangusta and Airbus Helicopters with EC-665 Tiger.[86][87]
Light armoured long-range reconnaissance vehicles (LRRVS) Light armoured reconnaissance vehicles 118 The vehicles will be used by Polish Armed Forces reconnaissance regiments with capable to transport on C130 Hercules. With a maxium payload of 900g. Deliveries are expected to commence in 2016-2022

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