Domestically produced man-portable air-defence system. Replaced the aging 9K36 Strela-3 and 9K38 Igla models that were formerly in service in the Lavikonan National Land Forces. The PV-L-R-45/49 and PV-L-R-55, became obsolete in the early 21st century, which was one of the reasons for the development of the PV-L-R-81, currently the most modern man-portable air-defence system in Lavikonan service. This exact MANPADS shot down a airspace evading helicopter from Bourgougia, killing everyone aboard it.
The M-87 is the primary third-generation main battle tank of the Lavikonan National Land Forces, constituting most of its armoured capacity. Armed with a 125 mm smoothbore gun, all vehicles are being upgraded to M-87AS standard, comparable with the Stasnovan T-94A Kulak and featuring many advanced systems. 257 M-87A1s and 1,661 M-87AS are currently in service. A further, vastly upgraded version, called the M-87AM has been introduced to service, with 18 tanks currently in service, containing advanced navigation and fire-control systems, an armoured turret bustle and new ERA bricks.
The M-93 is a fourth-generation main battle tank that serves in limited numbers, originally intended to replace the M-87 but cancelled mid-production in favour of the M-87AS. The existing units have all been assigned to a single tank battalion and upgraded substantially over the years. With 90 of the type in service, the M-93M1 is almost unidentifiable when compared to the first models, which were based off a heavily-modified version of the M-87.
The M-18 is a fifth-generation main battle tank with a design philosophy comparable to the T-15 Volk of the Stasnovan Revolutionary Army. It bears a similar armament and protective features, but is actually an entirely domestic design. There are plans to field up to 500 tanks in the future.
The BOV-M is a special purpose riot control unit vehicle, used for transporting SF and Police personnel, the BOV-SN is a field ambulance version, while the BOV-VP is in service within the Military Police. BOV-1 and BOV-3 are used as separate variants, as their role is not transporting troops. BOV M10 is used as an armored command vehicle for artillery systems command and control, the BOV M11 as an armored reconnaissance vehicle, and the BOV M15 based on the BOV-VP for the military police with new engine, transmission, RCWS, run-flat tires and better armor protection. The HS M09 BOV-3 is used in Lavikonan National Land Forces Air Defence Brigades to mount surface-to-air missiles (most specifically the 9K32 Strela-2 and sometimes other SAM types). The MRČKB BOV-3 is used as a command vehicle for mobile radio communication for battalion commanders, it is integrated into the BOV-3 vehicle.