The Scud is a set of tactical ballistic missiles developed by the Soviet Union during the Cold War. The Scud-B has been the most used design, thus it made its way even to the army of Takistan. It is mounted atop of the 9P117 Uragan vehicle.
The BTR-60 is the first Soviet eight-wheeled armoured personnel carrier. This vehicle is fully amphibious. It enters the service in 1959 and remains active till this days. The sturdy design makes it a transport of choice for Takistani infantry battalions.
The BM-21 Grad (in English: Hail) is a truck-based 122 mm multiple-launch rocket system made in Russia. It is used in over 50 countries and it is the most widely used rocket artillery system worldwide. It is equipped with 40 launch tubes, firing 2.87 m rockets. The effective range is about 30 km.
The LAV-25 is an 8x8 APC (Armored Personal Carrier) used by the US Marine Corps. It is capable of carrying 9 men and is equipped with an M242 Bushmaster 25 mm chain gun and two M240 7.62 mm machine guns.
The IAV Stryker is a family of eight-wheeled, all-wheel-drive, armored combat vehicles used by US Army. The vehicles are employed as a part of the Stryker Brigade Combat Teams, light and mobile units based on the Brigade Combat Team Doctrine.
The UAZ-469 is a very reliable and affordable offroad vehicle widely used in Soviet and post-Soviet countries. The main advantages of this vehicle are simple: It is able to drive in virtually any terrain and it is extremely easy to fix.
GAZ-3937 "Vodnik" is a Russian high-mobility multipurpose amphibious vehicle. It can carry up to 10 people and drive at speeds up to 112 km/h (or 5 km when floating). This is equipped with a heavy machine gun.