List of equipment of the Proletarian Liberation Army

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This is a list of equipment of the Proletarian Liberation Army currently in service.

Firearms[edit]

Pistols[edit]

Name Origin Type Cartridge Photo Notes
P-53  Stasnov Semi-automatic pistol 9x18mm P-53.png 8- or 10- or 12-round magazine, phased out from frontline service, though still sees use by paramilitary and police forces.
P-98  Gorbatov Semi-automatic pistol 9×21mm P-98.png 18-round magazine, adopted as a replacement for the P-53, main sidearm of the Proletarian Liberation Army.
P-19  Gorbatov Semi-automatic pistol 9×21mm P-19.png 18-round magazine, adopted as a replacement for the P-98, currently sees limited service with special forces.
BP-10  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Semi-automatic silent pistol 7.62×42mm PB-10.png 6-round magazine, exclusively used by special forces.
MP-63  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Amphibious pistol 4.5x40mmR PA-63.png 4-rounds, exclusively used by frogmen troops.

Submachine guns[edit]

Name Origin Type Cartridge Photo Notes
PK-68  Gorbatov Submachine gun 9x18mm PP-68.png 20- or 30-round magazine, due to its small size it is widely used by vehicle crews and auxilary troops.
PK-97  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Submachine gun 9x18mm PP-97.png 64-round helical magazine, mainly used by special forces and vehicle crews.
PK-01  Gorbatov Submachine gun 9×19mm PP-01.png 64-round helical magazine, adopted as a replacement for the PP-97, mainly used by special forces and vehicle crews.
PK-03  Gorbatov Submachine gun 9x21mm PP-03.png 20- or 30-round magazine, created for the use of the 9x21mm cartridge, exclusively used by special forces.

Assault rifles[edit]

Name Origin Type Cartridge Photo Notes
AV-62  Gorbatov Assault rifle 7.62x39mm AV-62.png 30-round magazine, licensed copy of Stasnovan AKM, modernized variant based on AV-75 (AV-62M) still sees some frontline service by the PLA and use by interior troops.
AV-75  Gorbatov Assault rifle 5.45x39mm AV-75.png 30-round magazine, unlicensed copy of Stasnovan AK-74, though rendered obsolete by the AV-01, modernized variant (AV-75M) still sees frontline service by the PLA.
AV-01  Gorbatov Assault rifle 5.45x39mm AV-78.png 30-round magazine, main assault rifle of the Proletarian Liberation Army, most being a modernized variant (AV-01M), featuring numerous internal and external improvements over the original design.
AV-10  Gorbatov Battle rifle 12.7x55mm AV-11.png 20-round magazine, limited use by the PLA regulars, most rifles are used by special forces.
KV-92  Gorbatov Bullpup assault rifle 9x39mm AK-92.png 20-round magazine, mainly used by special forces and interior troops.
KV-94  Gorbatov Compact assault rifle 9x39mm AK-94.png 20-round magazine, developed from the AV-01 prototype, there is also a bullpup rifle variant with integral grenade launcher (AV-94) is mainly used by internal troops.
MV-74  Stasnov Amphibious assault rifle 5.66×39mm AAV-74.png 26-round magazine, exclusively used by frogmen troops, being replaced by MV-13.
MV-13  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Amphibious assault rifle 5.45×39mm PAV-13.png 30-round magazine, exclusively used by frogmen troops, developed from an AV-94 rifle, capable in accepting standard 5.45x39mm ammunition for 'above-water' use.

Shotguns[edit]

Name Origin Type Cartridge Photo Notes
D-73  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Pump-action shotgun 4 gauge D-73.png 4 rounds, made from flawed 23mm aircraft cannon barrels, though relatively obsolete, it sees service by auxillary troops for its large caliber.
D-02  Gorbatov Pump-action shotgun 12 gauge D-02.png 8 rounds, adopted to replace the D-73, with widespread use by special forces and auxillary troops.
AD-97  Estheria Semi-automatic shotgun 12 gauge AD-97.png 10-round magazine, mainly used by special forces and auxillary troops.

Sniper rifles[edit]

Name Origin Type Cartridge Photo Notes
SV-64  Gorbatov Semi-automatic sniper/designated marksman rifle 7.62x54mmR SV-64.png 10-round magazine, licensed copy of the Stasnovan SVD rifle, modernized variant (SV-64M) sees widespread frontline use.
SV-94  Gorbatov Select-fire sniper/designated marksman rifle 9x39mm SV-94.png 20-round magazine, DMR variant of the AK-94, mainly used by special forces.
SV-03  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Bolt-action sniper rifle 7.62x54mmR SV-03.png 10-round magazine, main sniper rifle of the Proletarian Liberation Army.
SV-14  Gorbatov Bolt-action sniper rifle 8.6×69mm SV-14.png 5-round magazine, adopted to replace the SV-03, can be chambered in 9.5×77mm or 7.62x54mmR, exclusively used by special forces.
SV-18  Gorbatov Semi-automatic sniper/designated marksman rifle 8.6×69mm SV-18.png 10- or 20-round magazine, adopted to replace the SV-64, can be chambered in 7.62x54mmR, mainly used by special forces.
KSV-99  Gorbatov Bolt-action anti-material rifle 12.7×108mm BKSV-99.png 5-round magazine, ceased production following introduction of KSV-09.
KSV-08  Gorbatov Semi-automatic anti-material rifle 14.5×114mm BKSV-08.png 5-round magazine, developed to deal with the increasing armor on light armored vehicles, one of the main anti-material rifles used by the PLAGF.
KSV-09  Gorbatov Semi-automatic anti-material rifle 12.7×108mm KSV-09.png 5-round magazine, developed from KSV-08, adopted to replace KSV-99, one of the main anti-material rifles used by the PLAGF.
KSV-11  Gorbatov Bolt-action anti-material rifle 12.7×55mm BKSV-11.png 5-round magazine, mainly used with an integral suppressor, exclusively used by special forces.

Machine guns[edit]

Name Origin Type Cartridge Photo Notes
RK-62  Gorbatov Light machine gun 7.62x39mm RK-62.png 75-round drum or 40-round magazine, SAW variant of the AV-62, modernized variant based on AV-75 (RK-75M) still sees frontline use by the PLA.
RK-18  Gorbatov Light machine gun 5.45x39mm RK-18.png 30- or 40- or 60-round magazine or 100-round box, developed to replace RK-62 and RK-75, currently used by special forces.
SK-73  Stasnov General purpose machine gun 7.62x54mmR SK-73.png Belt fed with 100- or 200- or 250-round boxes, main general purpose machine gun of the PLA.
SK-09  Gorbatov General purpose machine gun 7.62x54mmR SK-09.png Belt fed with 100- or 200- or 250-round boxes, further developed version of the SK-73, with the capability of sustained automatic fire without barrel change, exclusively used by special forces.
SK-17  Gorbatov General purpose machine gun 7.62x54mmR SK-17.png Belt fed with 100- or 200- or 250-round boxes, heavily upgraded version of the SK-09, adopted to replace both the SK-73 and SK-09, currently used by special forces.
CK-50  Stasnov Heavy machine gun 14.5×114mm CK-50.png 40-round belt, mainly used as a light infantry support weapon and anti-aircraft gun.
CK-72  Stasnov Heavy machine gun 12.7x108mm CK-72.png 50-round belt, being phased out of service with the CK-01.
CK-01  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Heavy machine gun 12.7x108mm CK-01.png 50-round belt, heavily improved version of the CK-72, main heavy machine gun of the PLA.

Grenade launchers[edit]

Name Origin Type Cartridge Photo Notes
HP-89  Stasnov Under-barrel grenade launcher 40mm HP-89.png Can be fitted to AV-70, AV-78, AV-01 and their variants, being phased out of service for the HP-01.
HP-01  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Under-barrel grenade launcher 40mm HP-01.png Adopted to replace the HP-90, essentially is a heavily improved version of the HP-90 with improved safety and reliability.
HP-91  Gorbatov Single-shot grenade launcher 50mm HP-91.png Intended for riot control and breaching, but is capable of firing lethal projectiles, mainly used by special forces and paramilitary troops.
HP-95  Stasnov Multi-shot grenade launcher 40mm HP-95.png 6-round cylinder, mainly used by special forces.
AHP-77  Stasnov Automatic grenade launcher 30mm AHP-77.png Belt fed with 29-round drums, being replaced by AHP-96
AHP-96  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Automatic grenade launcher 30mm AHP-96.png Belt fed with 29-round drums, adopted as a replacement for AHP-77, main grenade launcher of the PLA.
AHP-17  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Automatic grenade launcher 40mm AHP-17.png Belt fed with 40-round drums, adopted to replace both the AHP-77 and AHP-96, currently in limited service.

Explosives[edit]

Rocket-propelled grenade launchers[edit]

Name Origin Type Caliber Photo Notes
RH-60  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Rocket-propelled grenade 40mm (launcher only, warhead diameter varies) RH-60.png Re-loadable launcher, with a variety of anti-personnel and anti-tank munitions available, main rocket launcher of the PLA.
RH-63  Stasnov Recoiless gun 73mm RH-63.png Re-loadable launcher, largely used as a static emplacement or mounted on light vehicles, mostly in reservist use.
RH-85  Stasnov Rocket-propelled grenade 72.5mm RH-85.png Single-shot disposable launcher, mainly used by airborne and marine troops, ceased production with the introduction of RH-19.
RH-90  Stasnov Rocket-propelled grenade 105mm RH-90.png Single-shot disposable launcher, tandem-charge warhead in an anti-tank role, thermobaric warhead for anti-infantry use, and new variant for bunker busting developed in 2011.
RH-91  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Rocket-propelled grenade 105mm RH-91.png Re-loadable launcher, can use tandem-charge munitions in an anti-tank role, or thermobaric munitions for anti-infantry use, being phased out for the RH-13.
RH-08  Stasnov Rocket-propelled grenade 125mm RH-08.png Single-shot disposable launcher, tandem charge warhead for an anti-tank role.
RH-13  Gorbatov Rocket-propelled grenade 105mm RH-13.png Re-loadable launcher, adopted to replace the RH-91, developed from Stasnovan RPG-32, can use tandem-charge munitions in an anti-tank role, or thermobaric munitions in anti-infantry use.
RH-19  Gorbatov Rocket-propelled grenade 60mm RH-19.png Single-shot disposable launcher, planned to replace the RH-60 and RH-85, currently in serial production for the PLA.
RA-83  Stasnov Rocket-propelled flamethrower 93mm RA-83.png Single-shot disposable launcher, uses thermobaric, smoke-creating, and incendiary rockets, being phased out of service for the RA-04.
RA-03  Gorbatov Rocket-propelled flamethrower 72.5mm RA-03.png Single-shot disposable launcher, adopted to provide a more lightweight flamethrower for the PLA, mainly used by special forces.
RA-04  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Rocket-propelled flamethrower 93mm RA-04.png Re-loadable launcher, further developed version of the RA-83, main flamethrower of the PLA.

Anti-tank guided missiles[edit]

Name Origin Type Diameter Photo Notes
PTRK-71  Stasnov Anti-tank guided missile 120mm PTRK-71.png Maximum 2.5 km missile range, limited service as most have begun to be put into storage.
PTRK-74  Stasnov Anti-tank guided missile 130mm PTRK-84.png Maximum 6 km missile range, mainly mounted on the vehicles and aircraft of the PLA, despite being rendered obsolete by PTRK-86 and PTRK-05, a modernized variant (PTRK-74M) is still under use by the PLA.
PTRK-77  Stasnov Anti-tank guided missile 135mm PTRK-77.png Maximum 4 km missile range, in the process of being phased out from frontline service.
PTRK-80  Stasnov Anti-tank guided missile 130mm PTRK-80.png Maximum 1 km missile range, beginning to be phased out for the PTRK-10.
PTRK-86  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Anti-tank guided missile 130mm PTRK-91.png Maximum 12 km missile range, mainly mounted on the vehicles and aircraft of the PLA.
PTRK-98  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Anti-tank guided missile 152mm PTRK-98.png Maximum 5.5 km missile range, one of the main ATGMs in use by the PLA, currently being upgraded with improved missile with a maximum 10 km range and penetration
PTRK-05  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Anti-tank guided missile 150mm PTRK-05.png Maximum 6 km missile range, mainly mounted on the vehicles and aircraft of the PLA.
PTRK-10  Gorbatov Anti-tank guided missile 130mm/152mm PTRK-10.png Maximum 7.5 km missile range, adopted to replace the PTRK-98 and PTRK-80, one of the main ATGMs in use by the PLA.
PTRK-11  Gorbatov Anti-tank guided missile 107mm PTRK-12.png Maximum 2.5 km missile range, adopted as a handheld alternative to the PTRK-10, one of the main ATGMs in use by the PLA.
VRK-17  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Anti-tank/air guided missile 130mm MRK-17.png Maximum 20-100 km missile range (depends on missile), modular missile developed from ZR-13 missile, mainly mounted on vehicles and aircraft, currently in serial production.

Man-portable air-defense systems[edit]

Name Origin Type Diameter Photo Notes
PZRK-71  Stasnov Man-portable air-defense system 75mm PZRK-71.png Maximum 4.2 km missile range, limited service, as most have begun to be put into storage for paramilitary use.
PZRK-82  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Man-portable air-defense system 72mm PZRK-82.png Maximum 5.2 km missile range, one of the main MANPADS of the PLA, planned to be phased out from frontline use by 2023 with the introduction of the PZRK-15.
PZRK-15  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Man-portable air-defense system 72mm PZRK-16.png Maximum 6.5 km missile range, adopted to replace both the PZRK-71 and PZRK-82, one of the main MANPADS of the PLA.

Grenades[edit]

Name Origin Type Diameter Photo Notes
H-55  Stasnov Defensive hand grenade 58mm H-55.png 3 meter kill radius, 3.2 to 4.2 second fuse, ceased production with the introduction of H-74.
H-73  Gorbatov Defensive hand grenade 60mm H-78.png 3 meter kill radius, 3.2 to 4.2 second fuse, based from H-55 design, ceased production as of 2005.
H-74  Gorbatov Offensive hand grenade 61mm H-74.png 4.5 meter kill radius, 3.2 to 4.2 second fuse, based from H-55 design, ceased production as of 2005.
H-85  Gorbatov Offensive/Defensive hand grenade 60mm H-85.png 8 meter kill radius, 3.2 to 4.6 second fuse, will detonate on impact after being armed for 1.8 seconds, adopted to replace H-73 and H-74 grenades, main grenade of the PLA.
DH-51  Stasnov Smoke grenade 50mm DH-51.png Though rendered obsolete by the DH-55, it is still widely used by the PLA.
DH-55  Gorbatov Smoke grenade 58mm DH-55.png Adopted to replace the DH-51, developed from the H-55 grenade, main smoke grenade of the PLA.
RSH-52  Stasnov Anti-tank grenade 56mm SH-52.png Limited service, mainly used by paramilitaries, ceased production as of 1982.

Mines[edit]

Name Origin Type Detonation Photo Notes
PM-45  Gorbatov Anti-personnel mine Tripwire/Pressure PM-45.png ~200g TNT, ceased production and standard use with the introduction of PM-56.
PM-49  Gorbatov Anti-personnel mine Tripwire/Command/Pressure PM-49.png ~75g TNT, fragmentation mine, based from Stasnovan POMZ mine, ceased production as of 2010.
PM-54  Gorbatov Anti-personnel mine Pressure PM-54.png ~152g TNT, anti-personnel blast mine, ceased production with the introduction of PM-93.
PM-56  Gorbatov Anti-personnel mine Tripwire/Pressure PM-56.png ~325g TNT, anti-personnel bounding mine.
PM-58  Stasnov Anti-personnel mine Pressure PM-58.png ~78.3g TNT, anti-personnel blast mine, license copy of the Stasnovan PMN-1 mine, ceased production with the introduction of PM-80.
PM-61  Stasnov Anti-personnel mine Tripwire/Command PM-61.png ~200g TNT, propels ~400 steel projectiles to a kill radius of 100 meters.
PM-62  Stasnov Anti-personnel mine Tripwire/Command PM-62.png ~1.2 kg TNT, propels ~900 steel projectiles to a kill radius of 200 meters, larger version of PM-61.
PM-79  Stasnov Anti-personnel mine Pressure PMB-80.png ~37g VS6-D, scatterable anti-personnel blast mine.
PM-80  Stasnov Anti-personnel mine Pressure PM-80.png ~100g TNT, anti-personnel blast mine.
PM-83  Gorbatov Anti-personnel mine Pressure PMB-83.png ~97g TNT, scatterable anti-personnel blast mine.
PM-86  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Anti-personnel mine Tripwire PMB-86.png ~140g TNT, scatterable fragmentation mine.
PM-93  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Anti-personnel mine Pressure PM-93.png ~55g TNT, anti-personnel blast mine.
TM-52  Gorbatov Anti-tank mine Pressure TM-52.png ~6.2 kg TNT, ceased production with the introduction of TM-72.
TM-56  Gorbatov Anti-tank mine Pressure TM-56.png ~5.8 kg TNT, ceased production with introduction of TM-63.
TM-57  Gorbatov Anti-tank mine Pressure TM-57.png ~6.4 kg TNT, ceased production with the introduction of TM-81.
TM-59  Gorbatov Anti-tank mine Pressure TM-59.png ~5.0 kg TNT, ceased production with introduction of TM-81.
TM-63  Gorbatov Anti-tank mine Pressure TM-63.png ~7.6 kg TNT, improved copy of Stasnovan TM-62.
TM-72  Gorbatov Anti-tank mine Pressure TM-72.png ~7.3 kg TNT, improved version of TM-52.
TM-81  Gorbatov Anti-tank mine Pressure TM-81.png ~7.1 kg TG-40.
TM-83  Stasnov Anti-tank mine Seismic/Optical sensor TM-84.png ~9.6 kg TG-40, anti-tank off route mine.
TM-84  Stasnov Anti-tank mine Pressure TMB-84.png ~1.8 kg TG-40, scatterable anti-tank blast mine.
TM-88  Gorbatov Anti-tank mine Tripwire/Command/Pressure TM-88.png ~8.5 kg TG-40, anti-tank off route mine.
TM-90  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Anti-tank mine Magnetic sensor/Pressure TM-90.png ~6.7 kg TG-40.
TM-18  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Anti-tank mine Seismic/Thermal sensor TM-18.png ~7.1 kg TG-40, anti-tank top-attack mine.
VM-09  Gorbatov Anti-helicopter mine Acoustic sensor/Doppler radar VM-03.png ~12 kg TNT, propels ~2000 ball bearings and five Misznay–Schardin plates at a effective range of 200 meters.
VM-10  Gorbatov Anti-helicopter mine Acoustic sensor/Doppler radar VM-98.png ~25 kg TNT, propels ~1960 steel projectiles and five Misznay–Schardin plates at a effective range of 200 meters.

Artillery[edit]

Mortars[edit]

Name Origin Type Quantity Photo Notes
M-50  Stasnov 240mm Mortar ≈68 M-50.png Same mortar used on SM-68, ceased production as of 1970, being phased out to strategic reserve.
M-54  Gorbatov 160mm Mortar ≈306 M-51.png Ceased production as of 1976, being phased out to strategic reserve.
M-82  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
120mm Mortar ≈620 M-82.png Ceased production with the introduction of M-10, being phased out to strategic reserve.
M-85  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
82mm Mortar ≈2,807 M-85.png One of the main mortars of the PLA, ceased production with the introduction of M-18.
M-10  Gorbatov 120mm Mortar ≈356 M-10 mortar.png Adopted to replace M-82, one of the main mortars of the PLA.
M-18  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
82mm Mortar ≈560 M-18 mortar.png Adopted to replace M-85, currently under use by special forces.
AM-82  Stasnov 82mm Gun-mortar ≈1,421 MH-82.png One of the main mortars of the PLA.
AM-87  Gorbatov 120mm Gun-mortar ≈475 MH-87.png One of the main mortars of the PLA, same mortar used on SM-11 and SM-12.

Field artillery[edit]

Name Origin Type Quantity Photo Notes
PH-32  Gorbatov 203mm Howitzer ≈54 PH-34M.png Largely obsolete, but modernized version (PH-32) is placed under strategic reserve.
PH-53  Stasnov 130mm Howitzer ≈934 PH-53.png Ceased production with the introduction of PH-62, being phased out to strategic reserve.
PH-54  Stasnov 152mm Howitzer ≈556 PH-54.png Ceased production with the introduction of PH-88, same gun used on SH-68, being phased out to strategic reserve.
PH-57  Gorbatov 180mm Howitzer ≈496 PH-57.png Ceased production with the introduction of SH-75, being phased out to strategic reserve.
PH-58  Gorbatov 210mm Howitzer ≈240 PH-58.png Based from PH-57 design, ceased production by 1963, being phased out to strategic reserve.
PH-59  Gorbatov 280mm Howitzer ≈132 PH-59.png Based from PH-57 design, ceased production by 1968, being phased out to strategic reserve.
PH-62  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
122mm Howitzer ≈3,040 PH-62.png One of the main howitzers of the PLA, same gun used on SH-62,ceased production with introduction of PH-01.
PH-88  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
152mm Howitzer ≈1,574 PH-88.png One of the main howitzers of the PLA, same gun used on SH-92, ceased production with introduction of PH-01.
PH-01  Gorbatov 152mm Howitzer ≈3,018 PH-01.png Developed from PH-62, one of the main howitzers of the PLA.
PH-61  Stasnov 100mm Anti-tank gun ≈908 SPS-62.png One of the main anti-tank guns of the PLA, same gun used on LT-76, ceased production with the introduction of PH-90.
PH-90  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
125mm Anti-tank gun ≈748 SPS-90.png Developed from PH-62, same gun used on LT-06, one of the main anti-tank guns of the PLA.

Self-propelled artillery[edit]

Name Origin Type Quantity Photo Notes
SM-69  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
240mm Self-propelled mortar ≈130 SM-69.png Adopted to lessen the need of heavy infantry mortars for armored divisions, currently under modernization with modern communications and control systems.
SM-82  Stasnov 120mm Self-propelled mortar ≈302 SM-82.png Mainly used by airborne forces, based on BTR-70 chassis, wheel variant (SM-82K) based on the BTR-84 is also in use by the PLA.
SM-11  Gorbatov 120mm Self-propelled mortar ≈214 SM-11.png Adopted to prolong the use of the SH-62 for the PLA, replaces 122mm howitzer with a 120mm gun-mortar.
SM-12  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
120mm Self-propelled mortar ≈172 SM-12.png Mainly used by mountain troops, more in order for standard use by motorized divisions, mortar placed on modified HAZ-10 IMV.
SH-56  Gorbatov 406mm Self-propelled howitzer ≈25 SH-56.png Placed under strategic reserve, largely been replaced by tactical ballistic missile systems, some have been repurposed as static emplacements in border and coastal regions.
SH-57  Gorbatov 420mm Self-propelled howitzer ≈16 SH-57.png Placed under strategic reserve, largely been replaced by tactical ballistic missile systems, some have been repurposed for static emplacements in border and coastal regions.
SH-68  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
152mm Self-propelled howitzer ≈1,690 SH-68.png Ceased production with the introduction of SH-02, still sees regular use by the PLA despite its age.
SH-70  Stasnov 122mm Self-propelled howitzer ≈1,694 SH-62.png Ceased production with the introduction of SH-95, recently began to be converted to SM-11 self-propelled mortars, which is done to prolong the use of the SH-62 with the PLA.
SH-75  Gorbatov 203mm Self-propelled howitzer ≈156 SH-75.png Adopted to replace the PH-57 series of heavy guns, initially based on the BT-67 chassis, which ceased production in 1982 following introduction of an improved model based on the BT-82 chassis. Currently under modernization with new running gear and electronics.
SH-92  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
152mm Self-propelled howitzer ≈746 SH-92.png Gorbatovic version of the Stasnovan 2S19 Msta, which uses the improved chassis of the BT-92 and domestically improved electronics.
SH-95  Gorbatov 130mm Self-propelled Howitzer ≈202 SH-95.png Mainly in use by coastal artillery regiments, though sees widespread use by motorized divisions for its mobility and fire rate, ceased production with introduction of SH-18.
SH-02  Gorbatov 152mm Self-propelled howitzer ≈290 SH-02.png Adopted to replace the SH-68 and SH-70, developed on the BMP-87 chassis, which offers improved mobility and amphibious capability.
SH-18  Gorbatov 152mm Self-propelled howitzer ≈63 SH-17.png Adopted to replace the SH-92 and SH-95 artillery systems, wheeled version currently in serial production, and a tracked variant based on the BT-16 chassis is currently in prototype stage.

Rocket artillery[edit]

Name Origin Type Quantity Photo Notes
RU-65  Gorbatov 122mm Multiple rocket launcher ≈3,526 RU-65.png One of the main MLRS of the PLA, based on the Stasnovan Grad system.
RU-75  Gorbatov 220mm Multiple rocket launcher ≈839 RU-78.png One of the main MLRS of the PLA, based on the Stasnovan Uragan system.
RU-74  Stasnov 220mm Multiple rocket launcher ≈85 RU-89.png Mainly composed of converted T-74s in Gorbatovic service.
RU-90  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
300mm Multiple rocket launcher ≈321 RU-90.png One of the main MLRSs of the PLA, ceased production with the introduction of the RU-16.
RU-16  Gorbatov 300mm Multiple rocket launcher ≈208 RU-16.png Adopted to replace the RU-90, capable of carrying and launching two pods with four artillery rockets, as well as two pods with a single short-range tactical missile with a 480 kg warhead.
RU-19  Gorbatov 80mm Multiple rocket launcher ≈41 RU-19.png Mainly used by mountain troops, rocket system placed on a upgraded version of a BA-11 IMV.
RU-20  Stasnov 220mm Multiple rocket launcher ≈12 RU-20.png Improved version of the RU-74 system with a wheeled chassis and improved fire control systems, expected to enter serial production in 2021.

Tactical ballistic missile systems[edit]

Name Origin Type Quantity Photo Notes
BR-70  Gorbatov Short-range ballistic missile ≈28 BR-70.png 500 kt nuclear warhead, maximum 900 km missile range, planned to be phased out by 2024.
BR-79  Stasnov Short-range ballistic missile ≈54 BR-79.png 482 kg conventional warhead, 100 kt nuclear, maximum 120 km missile range.
BR-82  Gorbatov Short-range ballistic missile ≈70 BR-82.png 450 kg conventional warhead, 100 kt nuclear, maximum 500 km missile range, developed from BR-79.
BR-06  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Short-range ballistic missile ≈72 BR-06.png 480 kg conventional warhead, 50 kt nuclear, maximum 500 km missile range, two missiles per launcher.

Strategic ballistic missile systems[edit]

Name Origin Type Quantity Photo Notes
BR-75  Gorbatov Intermediate-range ballistic missile ≈22 BR-75.png Three 150-500 kt MIRVs, maximum 5,500 km missile range, developed in lieu of the heightened tensions between Gorbatov and Stasnov during the Stasno-Gorbatovic Split, most have been decommissioned due to the increased preference to the BR-84 system.
BR-84  Gorbatov Intermediate-range ballistic missile ≈36 BR-84.png 1,500 kg conventional warhead, three 150-500 kt MIRVs, maximum 4,000 km missile range, developed as a successor and cheaper alternative to the BR-76, ceased construction by 2007.
BR-19  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Intermediate-range ballistic missile ≥15 BR-19.png Four 150-300 kt MIRVs or single 800 kt-2 Mt HGV, maximum 6,000 km missile range, developed from BR-10, and as a replacement for BR-84, HGV warhead currently in serial production.
BR-76  Gorbatov Intercontinental ballistic missile ≈16 BR-76ICBM.png Single 650 kt-1.5 Mt warhead, maximum 10,500 km missile range, developed in response to Stasnovan R-36 heavy ICBM, most have been decommissioned with the prominence of newer systems.
BR-86  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Intercontinental ballistic missile ≈31 BR-86.png Single 800 kt-1 Mt warhead, maximum 11,000 km missile range, currently undergoing modernization with improved engines and greater missile accuracy.
BR-87  Stasnov Intercontinental ballistic missile ≈8 BR-87.png Ten 550 kt MIRVs, maximum 10,000–11,000 km missile range, largely rail-based in PLA service, though road-mobile TEL variant was explored in 1988 but lacked further interest due to continued use of the BR-86 road-mobile ICBM.
BR-10  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Intercontinental ballistic missile ≈26 BR-10.png 3-4 300-500 kt or 4-6 150 kt MIRVs, maximum 11,000-12,000 km missile range, developed from BR-86 system, rail-based TEL variant is currently in prototype stage.
BR-90  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Air-launched ballistic missile ≈20 BR-90.png Six 100-150 kt MIRVs or a single 800 kt-1 Mt warhead, maximum 7,500 km missile range, mainly mounted on modified Ta-160 and Kr-86 strategic bombers, with two missiles per aircraft.
BR-17  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Air-launched ballistic missile ≈28 BR-17.png 500 kg conventional warhead, 100-500 kt nuclear, maximum 2,000-3,000 km missile range, developed from BR-06 ballistic missile, mainly mounted on Ta-22 bombers, VeK-31 interceptors, and prospectively ViS-18 fighters.
BR-08  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Submarine-launched ballistic missile ≈160 BR-08.png Ten 100 kt or four 500 kt MIRVs, maximum 8,300-12,000 km missile range, mounted on Nieptun-class SSBNs, production ceased following the introduction of BR-14.
BR-14  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Submarine-launched ballistic missile ≈80 BR-14.png Twelve 100 kt or four 500 kt MIRVs, maximum 8,300-12,000 km missile range, mounted on Nieptun-class SSBNs, improved version of BR-08.
BR-18  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Submarine-launched ballistic missile ≈80 BR-18.png 6-10 100-150 kt MIRVs, maximum 8,000-10,000 km missile range, mounted on Saturn-class SSBNs.

Air defence[edit]

Anti-aircraft artillery[edit]

Name Origin Type Quantity Photo Notes
ZP-49  Stasnov 14.5x114mm anti-aircraft gun ≈223 ZP-49.png Largely relegated to a infantry support weapon following the introduction of MANPADs and the ZP-61, ceased production by 1963.
ZP-51  Gorbatov 130mm anti-aircraft gun ≈32 ZP-51.png Rendered obsolete by SAM systems, most guns in strategic reserve, though some have been installed as static anti-tank/helicopter emplacements for border fortifications.
ZP-61  Stasnov 23mm anti-aircraft gun ≈695 ZP-61.png Main anti-aircraft gun used by the PLA, often mounted on vehicles, currently being modernized with the installation of two MANPADS and improved fire control systems.
SZP-62  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Self-propelled anti-aircraft gun ≈236 SZP-62.png Armed with four 23mm autocannons, largely used as a infantry support weapon following the introduction of newer systems, ceased production by 1983. Currently undergoing modernization with installation of 2-6 MANPADS and improved electronics.
SZP-83  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Self-propelled anti-aircraft weapon ≈182 SZP-83.png Armed with two 30mm autocannons and eight ZR-83 SAMs, maximum 10 km missile range, one of the main SPAAWs used by the PLA, ceased production following the introduction of SZP-13.
SZP-13  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Self-propelled anti-aircraft weapon ≈132 SZP-13.png Armed with two 30mm autocannons and twelve ZR-13 SAMs, maximum 20 km missile range, one of the main SPAAWs used by the PLA, further development of SZP-83, currently being upgraded with improved missile with a 40 km maximum range, and improved electronics.
SZP-18  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Self-propelled anti-aircraft gun ≈41 SZP-18.png Armed with a single 57mm autocannon, developed from BMP-87 chassis, designed to supplement the SZP-13 system and largely replace the SZP-62s from PLA service.

Surface-to-air-missile systems[edit]

Name Origin Type Quantity Photo Notes
ZR-62  Stasnov Short-range air defense ≈155 SR-62.png 2-4 missiles per launcher, maximum 35 km missile range, mostly as static emplacements for border regions, planned to be phased out by 2023.
ZR-71  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Short-range air defense ≈174 SR-71.png Six missiles per launcher, maximum 15 km missile range, ceased production with adoption of ZR-87, currently being upgraded to ZR-10 systems.
ZR-82  Stasnov Short-range air defense ≈315 SR-82.png Four missiles per launcher, maximum 5 km missile range, ceased production with adoption of ZR-18.
ZR-87  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Short-range air defense ≈116 SR-87.png 8-16 missiles per launcher, maximum 12 km missile range, currently undergoing modernization with improved missile with 16 km maximum range, and improved electronics.
ZR-10  Gorbatov Short-range air defense ≈229 SR-10.png Eight missiles per launcher, maximum 20 km missile range, developed from ZR-71 system with improved missile and electronics.
ZR-18  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Short-range air defense ≈36 SR-18.png 12 missiles per launcher, maximum 10 km missile range, adopted to replace ZR-82 system and be a cheaper alternative to the ZR-87 and SZP-13 systems, currently in serial production.
ZR-68  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
High-to-medium air defense ≈827 SR-68.png Three missiles per launcher, maximum 24 km missile range, ceased production with introduction of ZR-79M2, planned to be phased out by 2025.
ZR-79  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
High-to-medium air defense ≈506 SR-79.png Four missiles per launcher, maximum 50 km missile range, currently undergoing modernization to ZR-79M3 variant, which increases launch capacity to 12 and greatly improved electronics.
ZR-80  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
High-to-medium air defense ≈655 SR-80.png Four missiles per launcher, maximum 150-200 km missile range (depends on missile), ceased production with the introduction of ZR-07.
ZR-19  Stasnov High-to-medium air defense ≈18 SR-19 (SAM).png 12 missiles per launcher, maximum 10-120 km missile range (depends on missile), adopted to replace the ZR-80 system.
ZR-07  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Terminal-high-altitude area defense ≈234 SR-07.png Four missiles per launcher, maximum 40-400 km missile range (depends on missile), improved version of the ZR-80 system, considered to be one of the best air-defense systems currently made.
ZR-13  Stasnov Terminal-high-altitude area defense ≈182 SR-13.png 4-2 missiles per launcher, maximum 200 km missile range, developed from ZR-80 system, designed to be top tier air defense system for the ground troops.

Anti-ballistic missile systems[edit]

Name Origin Type Quantity Photo Notes
CZR-96  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Anti-ballistic missile ≈46 AR-96.png Single 10 kt warhead, maximum missile range 350-900 km (depends on missile), largely stationed in silos around Valozhyn, though an undisclosed number is stationed around Voronezh.
CZR-19  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Anti-ballistic missile ≥12 AR-19.png Single 10 kt warhead, maximum missile range 350-1000 km (depends on missile), planned to supplement and eventually replace the CZR-96 system, unlike its predecessor, the CZR-19 can utilize a conventional warhead and also have the capability to be launch from a road-mobile TEL. Currently undergoing testing in Stasnov.

Vehicles[edit]

Tanks[edit]

Name Origin Type Quantity Photo Notes
BT-67  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Main battle tank ≈8,153 BT-67.png Armed with 125mm TH-70M3 smoothbore gun with ATGM capability, large portion have been decommissioned and been converted for other uses, surviving vehicles are currently undergoing modernization with improved gun and electronics, ceased production following the adoption of BT-82
BT-74  Stasnov Main battle tank ≈115 BT-74.png Armed with 125mm TH-70M3 smoothbore gun with ATGM capability, mainly for evaluation and training purposes, from an initial order of 200 tanks a significant number has been converted to RU-74s by February 2020.
BT-82  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Main battle tank ≈7,579 BT-82.png Armed with 125mm TH-70M4 smoothbore gun with ATGM capability, Gorbatovic improvement from Stasnovan T-82UD tank, currently undergoing modernization with improved gun and electronics, ceased production with introduction of BT-92.
BT-92  Gorbatov Main battle tank ≈3,597 BT-92.png Armed with 125mm TH-70M5 smoothbore gun with ATGM capability, heavily upgraded version of the BT-82 tank with overall improvements throughout the tank, currently being upgraded with improved armour, electronics, and gun.
BT-16  Gorbatov Main battle tank ≈86 BT-16.png Armed with 152mm TH-83M smoothbore gun with ATGM capability, one of the first fifth-generation tanks in Atlas, designed to eventually replace all tanks in PLA service, currently in serial production.
PT-67  Gorbatov Tank support combat vehicle ≈34 PT-67.png Armed with two 30mm autocannons, four ATGMs, made from decommissioned BT-67s, initial Gorbatovic attempt to create an equivalent to the Stasnovan BMPT, entered service 2011.
PT-92  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Tank support combat vehicle ≈26 PT-92.png Armed with two 30mm autocannons and four ATGMs, BMPT turret built on BT-92 chassis, entered service 2017.
LT-76  Gorbatov Airborne light tank ≈68 LT-76.png Armed with 100mm TH-61M smoothbore gun, later developed into BMP-87, mainly used by marines and airborne troops, entered service in 2005, ceased production following the introduction of LT-90.
LT-90  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Airborne light tank ≈52 LT-90.png Armed with 125mm TH-90M smoothbore gun with ATGM capability, developed on BMP-90 chassis, mainly used by airborne troops, entered service in 2005, currently being modernized with new fire-control station and remote-weapon system.

Infantry fighting vehicles[edit]

Name Origin Type Quantity Photo Notes
BMP-65  Stasnov Infantry fighting vehicle ≈WIP BMP-65.png Armed with 73mm smoothbore gun and ATGMs, capacity for eight passengers, ceased production with introduction of BMP-80, currently undergoing modernization with new turret and electronics.
BMP-67  Gorbatov Infantry fighting vehicle ≈WIP BMP-67.png Armed with 30mm autocannon and ATGMs, capacity for twelve passengers, developed and made from decommissioned BT-67 tanks, introduced service with the PLA in 2004.
BMP-80  Stasnov Infantry fighting vehicle ≈WIP BMP-80.png Armed with 30mm autocannon and ATGMs, capacity for seven passengers, one of the main IFVs of the PLA, currently being upgraded with improved electronics and armaments.
BMP-87  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Infantry fighting vehicle ≈WIP BMP-87.png Armed with 100mm rifled gun with ATGM capability and 30mm autocannon, capacity for seven passengers, developed from LT-76 tank, one of the main IFVs of the PLA, currently undergoing modernization with new electronics and Epocha modular turret.
BMP-15  Stasnov Infantry fighting vehicle ≈WIP BMP-15.png Armed with 57mm or 30mm autocannon and ATGMs, capacity for eight passengers, designed to eventually replace BMP-67, BMP-80, and BMP-87 systems, currently in serial production.
BMP-16  Gorbatov Infantry fighting vehicle ≈WIP BMP-16.png Armed with 57mm or 30mm autocannon and ATGMs, capacity for eight passengers, designed to eventually replace BMP-67, BMP-80, and BMP-87 systems, and to complement the BMP-15, developed from BT-16 chassis, currently in prototype stage.
BMD-70  Stasnov Airborne infantry fighting vehicle ≈WIP BMP-70.png Armed with 73mm smoothbore gun and ATGMs, capacity for three passengers, mainly used by airborne troops, ceased production with introduction of BMD-85, currently undergoing modernization with new electronics and turret.
BMD-85  Stasnov Airborne infantry fighting vehicle ≈WIP BMP-85.png Armed with 30mm autocannon and ATGMs, capacity for four passengers, mainly used by airborne troops, ceased production with introduction of BMP-85, currently undergoing modernization with improved sights and ATGMs.
BMD-90  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Airborne infantry fighting vehicle ≈WIP BMP-90.png Armed with 30mm autocannon and ATGMs, capacity for four passengers, improved version of BMD-85, mainly used by airborne troops, production slowed following introduction of BMP-06.
BMD-06  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Airborne infantry fighting vehicle ≈WIP BMP-06.png Armed with 100mm rifled gun with ATGM capability and 30mm autocannon, capacity for five passengers, heavily modified version of BMD-90, mainly used by airborne troops, currently undergoing standardization of parts with the existing BMP-87.

Personnel carriers[edit]

Aircraft[edit]

Fighter aircraft[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Quantity Photo Notes
Vetrov-Kazakov VeK-29  Stasnov Multirole fighter VeK-29SM
VeK-29G
VeK-29M
VeK-29UB +M2
TBD VeK-29.png
Lyukov Lu-30  Stasnov Multirole fighter Lu-30S
Lu-30SM +SM2
TBD Lu-30.png
Vetrov-Voychenko Z-35  Stasnov
 Gorbatov
Multirole fighter Z-35S
Z-35D
TBD Z-35.png
Cygan Cy-90  Gorbatov V/STOL multirole fighter Cy-90S
Cy-90M
TBD Cy-90.png
Cygan Cy-15  Gorbatov Stealth V/STOL multirole fighter Cy-15S
Cy-15M
TBD Cy-15.png
Vetrov-Kazakov VeK-44  Stasnov Stealth multirole fighter VeK-44E
VeK-44UBE
120
50
VeK-44 template 2.png
Voychenko ViS-18  Gorbatov Stealth multirole fighter ViS-18S
ViS-18VB
51
14
ViS-18.png
Lyukov Lu-27  Stasnov Air superiority fighter Lu-27SM2
Lu-27SM3
Lu-27UBM
TBD Lu-27.png
Voychenko ViS-13  Gorbatov Air superiority fighter ViS-13S
ViS-13M
TBD ViS-13.png
Vetrov-Kazakov VeK-31  Stasnov Interceptor aircraft VeK-31B
VeK-31BM
VeK-31BS +BSM
VeK-31K
TBD VeK-31.png

Attack aircraft[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Quantity Photo Notes
Voychenko ViS-74  Gorbatov Close-air support ViS-74SM2 TBD ViS-74.png
Lyukov Lu-25  Stasnov Close-air support Lu-25T
Lu-25G
Lu-25UB +UBM
Lu-25BM
TBD Lu-25.png
Lyukov Lu-34  Stasnov Fighter-bomber Lu-34S
Lu-34M
TBD Lu-34.png
Lyukov Lu-24  Stasnov Interdictor Lu-24M +M2
Lu-24MR
Lu-24MP
TBD Lu-24.png

Bomber aircraft[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Quantity Photo Notes
Kurlovich Kr-57  Gorbatov Strategic bomber Kr-57M2K
Kr-57M2KM
Kr-57M2P
42 Kr-57.png TBD
Tarasov Ta-22  Stasnov Strategic bomber Ta-22M3
Ta-22M3M
Ta-22MR
129 Ta-22.png TBD
Tarasov-Kurlovich B-87  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Strategic bomber B-87M
B-87M2
47 B-87.png TBD

Special mission aircraft[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Quantity Photo Notes
Yelenko Ye-30  Stasnov Reconaissance Ye-30B
Ye-30R
WIP Ye-30.png WIP
Ignatik It-78  Gorbatov Reconaissance It-78S
It-78M
WIP It-78.png WIP
Beriev Be-12  Stasnov Maritime patrol Be-12A
Be-12N
Be-12PS
WIP Be-12.png WIP
Filatov Fi-38  Stasnov Maritime patrol Fi-38M
Fi-38N
WIP Fi-38.png WIP
Beriev-Kurlovich P-90  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Maritime patrol P-90M
P-90P
WIP P-90.png WIP
Filatov Fi-20  Stasnov SIGINT/ELINT
Electronic warfare
Fi-20M
Fi-22PP
WIP Fi-20M.png WIP
Yelenko Ye-12  Stasnov Electronic warfare Ye-12PP WIP Ye-12PP.png WIP
Ignatik-Kurlovich R-79  Gorbatov Airborne early warning and control R-79M WIP R-80.png WIP
Ignatik-Filatov R-85  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Airborne early warning and control R-85M
R-85P
WIP R-85.png WIP
Ignatik-Filatov R-20  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Airborne early warning and control R-20S WIP R-20.png WIP
Filatov Fi-82  Stasnov Command and control Fi-82M WIP Fi-82.png WIP
Kurlovich Kr-93  Gorbatov Command and control Kr-93PKP WIP Kr-93PKP.png WIP
Filatov Fi-78  Stasnov Airborne refueling Fi-78M
Fi-78M2
WIP Fi-78.png WIP

Transport aircraft[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Quantity Photo Notes
Yelenko Ye-12  Stasnov Tactical transport Ye-12BK2
Ye-12T +BKT
WIP Ye-12.png WIP
Yelenko Ye-26  Stasnov Tactical transport Ye-26A
Ye-26D
WIP Ye-26.png WIP
Kurlovich Kr-78  Gorbatov Tactical transport Kr-78T-200 +200S
Kr-78T-200MP
WIP Kr-78.png WIP
Kurlovich Kr-05  Gorbatov Tactical transport Kr-05S
Kr-05R
Kr-05T
WIP Kr-16.png WIP
Filatov-Kurlovich T-20  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Tactical transport T-20S WIP T-20(plane).png WIP
Filatov-Kurlovich T-23  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Tactical transport T-23S WIP T-23(plane).png WIP
Yelenko Ye-22  Stasnov Strategic transport Ye-22A WIP Ye-22.png WIP
Filatov Fi-76  Stasnov Strategic transport Fi-76MDM
Fi-76D
Fi-76MDM2
WIP Fi-76.png WIP
Yelenko Ye-124  Stasnov Strategic transport Ye-124A
Ye-124-300
WIP Ye-124.png WIP
Yelenko-Kurlovich T-225  Gorbatov
 Stasnov
Strategic transport T-225-100 WIP T-225.png WIP
Razin Ra-40  Stasnov VIP transport Ra-40D WIP Ra-40.png WIP
Razin Ra-42  Stasnov VIP transport Ra-42D WIP Ra-42.png WIP
Kurlovich Kr-93  Gorbatov VIP Transport Kr-93-300KP
Kr-93-400KP
WIP Kr-93-300KP.png WIP
Kurlovich Kr-08  Gorbatov VIP transport Kr-08-95M WIP Kr-09.png WIP

Trainer aircraft[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Quantity Photo Notes
Razin Ra-52  Stasnov Primary trainer Ra-52A
Ra-52B
Ra-52M
WIP Ra-52.png WIP
Cygan-Kagedan Cy-13  Gorbatov
 Saegya
Primary trainer Cy-13S WIP Cy-13.png WIP
Voychenko ViS-92  Gorbatov Advanced trainer ViS-92S
ViS-92M
WIP ViS-92.png WIP
Razin Ra-130  Stasnov Lead-in fighter trainer Ra-130
Ra-131
Ra-133PP
Ra-133R
WIP Ra-130.png WIP
Voychenko-Kagedan ViS-15  Gorbatov
 Saegya
Lead-in fighter trainer ViS-15S
ViS-15K
ViS-15KM
WIP ViS-15.png WIP
Tarasov Ta-134  Stasnov Bomber trainer Ta-134UBL
Ta-134BSh
WIP Ta-134UBL.png WIP

Helicopters[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Quantity Photo Notes
Silayev Si-24  Stasnov Attack helicopter Si-24VP
Si-24P1M
Si-24K
Si-35M
WIP Si-24.png WIP
Yurasov Yu-50  Stasnov Attack helicopter Yu-50A
Yu-50Sh
WIP Yu-50.png WIP
Silayev Si-28  Stasnov Attack helicopter Si-28A
Si-28N
Si-28NM
Si-28UB
WIP Si-28.png WIP
Yurasov-Zahorski V-52  Stasnov
 Gorbatov
Attack helicopter V-52S
V-52K
WIP V-52.png WIP
Zahorski-Kagedan Zh-17  Gorbatov
 Saegya
Attack helicopter Zh-17S
Zh-17M
49 KaG-62.png WIP
Yurasov Yu-27  Stasnov Anti-submarine helicopter Yu-27PL
Yu-27PV
Yu-27M
Yu-29A
Yu-31M
WIP Yu-27.png WIP
Yurasov-Zahorski V-40  Stasnov
 Gorbatov
Anti-submarine helicopter V-40M WIP V-40.png WIP
Silayev Si-2  Stasnov Utility helicopter Si-2R
Si-2S
Si-2T
Si-2PTRK +PZRK
WIP Zh-62.png WIP
Yurasov Yu-226  Stasnov Utility helicopter Yu-226A
Yu-226T
WIP Yu-226.png WIP
Silayev Si-8  Stasnov Transport/Utility helicopter Si-8MT
Si-8MTV5
Si-8MTD +MTT
Si-8MS
Si-8AMTSh +MTKO1
WIP Si-8.png WIP
Zahorski Zh-18  Gorbatov Transport/Utility helicopter Zh-18S
Zh-18K
Zh-18R
Zh-18U
WIP Zh-18.png WIP
Zahorski Zh-19  Gorbatov Transport helicopter Zh-19T WIP Zh-19.png WIP
Zahorski Zh-68  Gorbatov Heavy transport helicopter Zh-68M WIP Zh-68.png WIP
Silayev Si-26  Stasnov Heavy transport helicopter Si-26M
Si-26TM
Si-26T2
Si-26T2V
WIP Si-26.png WIP

Unmanned aerial vehicles[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Quantity Photo Notes
Ignatik Trubka  Gorbatov Combat drone Trubka-1
Trubka-2
WIP Trubka-1.png WIP
Ignatik Nieba  Gorbatov Combat drone Nieba-K
Nieba-R
WIP Nieba-K.png WIP
Ignatik Bureviestnik-MB  Gorbatov Combat drone Bureviestnik-MB WIP Bureviestnik-MB.png WIP
Ignatik Jastrab  Gorbatov Combat drone Jastrab-S WIP Jastrab-S.png WIP
Kronstadt Orion  Stasnov Combat drone Orion-A
Orion-2
WIP Orion-A.png WIP
Kronstadt Altius-M  Stasnov Combat drone Altius-M WIP Altius-M.png WIP
Ignatik-Voychenko D-20  Gorbatov Stealth combat drone D-20S WIP D-20S.png WIP
Zala KYB-UAV  Stasnov Loitering munition KYB-UAV-1 WIP KYB-UAV.png WIP
Ignatik Saryč  Gorbatov Loitering munition Saryč-S WIP Saryč-S.png WIP
Ignatik Busiel-MB  Gorbatov Loitering munition Busiel-MB WIP Busiel-M.png WIP
Zala Lancet  Stasnov Loitering munition Lancet-1
Lancet-3
WIP Lancet-3.png WIP
Razin Pchela-1T  Stasnov Reconnaissance drone Pchela-1T WIP Pchela-1T.png WIP
Kronstadt Orlan-10  Stasnov Reconnaissance drone Orlan-10A WIP Orlan-10.png WIP
Ignatik-Kurlovich D-17  Gorbatov Reconnaissance drone D-17S WIP D-17S.png WIP
Ignatik Šeršań  Gorbatov Reconnaissance drone Šeršań-S WIP Šeršań-S.png WIP
Ignatik Biekard  Gorbatov Reconnaissance drone Biekard-1
Biekard-2
Vierabiej-1
Vierabiej-2
WIP Biekard-2.png WIP
Ignatik Kamar  Gorbatov Reconnaissance drone Kamar-S
Kamar-K
WIP Kamar-S.png WIP
Ignatik Hryf  Gorbatov Reconnaissance drone Hryf-100
Hryf-150
WIP Hryf-150.png WIP
Tarasov Ta-143  Stasnov Utility drone Ta-M-143 WIP Ta-143.png WIP
Yurasov Yu-137  Stasnov Utility drone Yu-137A WIP Yu-137.png WIP
Ignatik Kondar  Gorbatov Utility drone Kondar-1
Kondar-2
WIP Kondar-1.png WIP