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List of equipment of the Polish Land Forces

The following is a list of current equipment of the Polish Land Forces.

Personnel equipment

Model Image Origin Type Variant Quantity Details
Helmets
Hełm HP-05  Poland Combat helmet HP-05 50,000/93,000 High cut type helmets. 50,000 delivered. Additional 32,000 ordered in March 2023.[1][2] Additional 10,000 helmets ordered.[3][4]
Hełm wz. 2005  Poland Combat helmet wz. 2005 Standard combat helmet of the Polish Land Forces.[5]
Hełm HA-03  Poland Combat helmet HA-03 Used by Polish airborne formations.[6]
Hełm wz. 67  Polish People's Republic Combat helmet wz. 67
wz. 67/75
Used only for training.[7]
HC-98 [pl]  Poland Combat helmet HC-98 Produced in two: summer (HCL-98), and winter version (HCZ-98). The leading manufacturer of HC-98 tank headphones is Interprotel based in Radom.[8][9]
Camouflage
124/MON  Poland Combat uniform 124P/MON
124L/MON
Standard Uniform of the Polish Armed Forces except for the Polish Special Forces.[10]
124T/MON  Poland Combat uniform Polish desert uniform.
Ballistic vests
OLV [pl]  Poland Bulletproof vest OLV
KLV
Protects against 9 mm Parabellum bullets (2nd bullet resistance class according to PN-V-87000: 1999 standard). Not in use by the Polish military anymore. Vests are being modernised with molle straps and put to reserve use.[11][12]
UKO  Poland Bulletproof vest UKO
UKO-M
Main Polish army bulletproof vest used by Polish army except for special forces.[12]
Boots
Wz.939/MON  Poland Combat boots Standard boots of the Polish Armed Forces.[13]
Wz.933/MON  Poland Combat boots Wz.933A/MON Standard winter boots of the Polish Armed Forces.[citation needed]
Chemical Warfare
Maska MP-5  Poland Gas mask MP-5 The current manufacturer is Maskpol Company.[14]
Maska MP-6  Poland Gas mask MP-6 ~28,400 The tube for collecting fluids is NATO standard. It allows or attachment of a water bottle, as well as canteens or a camelback.[15][16]
FOO-1  Poland Protection suit FOO-1 Improved suit for protection against chemical contamination.[17]
Parachute
AD-2000  Poland Parachute AD-2000
AD-2000M
Standard parachute of the Polish Armed Forces.[18][19]

Infantry weapons

Model Image Origin Type Variant Quantity Details
Knives and bayonets
6H4 Bayonet [pl]  Soviet Union
 Polish People's Republic
Bayonet 6H4 ~100,000
Military knife wz. 92 [pl]  Poland Combat knife wz. 92 ~3000
Military knife wz. 98 [pl]  Poland Combat knife wz. 98
wz. 98A
wz. 98Z
~500
Handguns
P-83 Wanad  Polish People's Republic 9×18mm Makarov

Semi-automatic pistol

P-83 ~5000 P-83 and WIST-94 are to be replaced by a new pistol in the near future.[20][21] Still in use by the Polish police force.[22]
WIST-94  Poland 9×19mm Parabellum

Semi-automatic pistol

WIST-94
WIST-94L
20,210 P-83 and WIST-94 are to be replaced by a new pistol in the near future.[20]
P99  Germany 9×19mm Parabellum

Semi-automatic pistol

P99 QA ~500 Limited use in the Polish Land Forces, predominantly by high ranking officers and members of the general staff.[23]
FB VIS 100  Poland 9×19mm Parabellum

Semi-automatic pistol

VIS 100 20,000/48,000 20000 delivered.[24] Intended to replace WIST-94 in all its variants. Testing begun in April 2017. First batch received in the early 2018. Additional 28,000 pistols ordered in May 2023.
Flare gun
Wz. 78 [pl]  Poland 26 mm flare gun
Submachine gun
PM-84 Glauberyt PM84P Glauberyt  Poland 9×19mm Parabellum

submachine gun

PM-84P
PM-98
~15,000 30,000 more in storage
Shotguns
Mossberg 500  United States 12 gauge shotgun M590 ~150[25]
Assault rifles
AKM  Soviet Union

 Poland

7.62×39mm assault rifle AKM
AKMŁ
AKMS
~10,000 Around 300,000 in storage. Replaced in service by Beryl and Grot. Limited use for training purposes.
FB Mini-Beryl  Poland 5.56mm NATO

assault rifle

1996B
1996C
~3,000
~17,000[26]
FB Beryl  Poland 5.56mm NATO

assault rifle

1996A
1996B
1996C
~45,000
~10,000
~39,000
Standard service rifle
MSBS Grot  Poland 5.56mm NATO

modular rifle

MSBS-R
MSBS C16 FB-M0
MSBS C16 FB-M1
MSBS C16 FB-M2
640
1000
29 691
~40 800
Future standard service rifle. 184,000 ordered and 71,100 delivered as of early 2023.[27]
Ceremonial weapons
MSBS Grot R  Poland 5.56mm NATO

Ceremonial rifle

MSBS Grot R Standard Ceremonial rifle used by honor guards
Sniper rifles
MSBS-7,62N  Poland 7.62mm NATO

sniper rifle

MSBS Grot 762N 0/250 250 on order.
SVD  Soviet Union

 Poland

7.62×54 mmR

sniper rifle

SWD
SWD-M
1,100
158
SWD-M is a Polish limited modernization that includes new optics and bipod.
Bor  Poland 7.62mm NATO

sniper rifle

1000
Sako TRG  Finland 7.62mm NATO

sniper rifle

TRG-21
TRG-22
40
206
Sako TRG M10 SWS  Finland 338 Lapua Magnum

sniper rifle

150
WKW Wilk
 Poland .50 BMG

anti-materiel rifle

76
General-purpose machine guns
PK
 Soviet Union

 Poland

7.62×54mmR

general purpose machine gun

PK
PKB
PKL
PKS
PKT
PKM
PKMS
PKMSN
PKMSN-1
~10,000

~100

~2,000
Around 10,000 in storage
UKM-2000
 Poland 7.62mm NATO

general purpose machine gun

UKM-2000P
UKM-2000P zmod.[28]
UKM-2000C
UKM-2000D
894
290
337
8
[29]
M240  United States
 Belgium
7.62mm NATO

general purpose machine gun

M240C 732 732 units purchased in February and December 2022.[30]
Rheinmetall MG3  West Germany 7.62mm NATO

general purpose machine gun

MG3A1 ~600 Standard equipment for fighting vehicles purchased from Germany.
Heavy machine guns
M2 Browning  United States 12.7 mm

heavy machine gun

M2 Heavy Barrel 392 Standard equipment for American Abrams family military vehicles. Will be used on 250 M1 A2 Abrams (SEPv3), 116 M1A1 (FEP) and 26 M88A2 recovery vehicles.[30]
DShK  Soviet Union

 Polish People's Republic

 Czechoslovakia

12.7×108mm

heavy machine gun

DSzKM ~160 Only used on WZT-2 ARV and 152mm SpGH DANA[31]
NSW  Soviet Union

 Polish People's Republic

12.7×108mm

heavy machine gun

NSW
NSWT
~1,500 NSW – Polish designation for NSV. To be replaced by WKM-B.[32]
WKM-B  Poland .50 BMG

heavy machine gun

WKM-B
WKM-Bz
~450
8
NSW adapted to the .50 BMG NATO munition round.[32]
Grenades
Rifle Grenades  Poland HEAP grenade
Incendiary grenade
Smoke grenade
Illuminating grenade
GNPO
NGZ-93 [pl]
NGD-93 [pl]
NGOS [pl]
Can be used with Kbs wz. 1996 Beryl and Kbk wz. 1996 Mini-Beryl.
RGD-2 [pl]  Soviet Union

 Polish People's Republic

Smoke grenade RGD-2B
RGD-2CZ
Only white and black smoke.
UGD-200 [pl]  Poland Smoke grenade Color or white smoke.
RGO-88 [pl]  Poland Fragmentation grenade
RGZ-89  Poland Anti-personnel grenade
F-1  Soviet Union

 Polish People's Republic

Anti-personnel grenade In process of being replaced by RGZ-89 and RGO-88.
RG-42  Soviet Union Anti-personnel grenade In process of being replaced by RGZ-89.
Recoilless rifles
Carl Gustaf  Sweden 84 mm multi-role recoilless rifle M4 > 6,000[33] Several thousand M4 launchers and hundreds of thousands of rounds of ammunition are scheduled for delivery between 2024 and 2027.[33]
SPG-9  Soviet Union 73 mm recoilless rifle SPG-9
SPG-9D
SPG-9N
Grenade launchers
Daewoo K4  South Korea 40 mm automatic grenade launcher Several hundred K4 automatic grenade launchers ordered.[34]
Mk.19  United States 40 mm automatic grenade launcher 190
Kbkg wz. 1960  Polish People's Republic 7.62×39mm carbine-grenade launcher wz. 1960
wz. 1960/72
Unknown number in use. Most units were replaced by wz. 83 Pallad-D.
wz. 74 Pallad

wz. 83 Pallad-D

 Polish People's Republic 40 mm grenade launcher wz. 74 Pallad
wz. 83 Pallad-D
~6500
~450
wz. 74 Pallad can be attached to AKM, AKMS, kbk wz. 88 Tantal and kbs wz. 96 Beryl. To be replaced by GPBO-40.
Pallad-D is also known as Wz. 1983 grenade launcher. To be replaced by GSBO-40.
GPBO-40



GSBO-40

 Poland 40 mm grenade launcher GPBO-40
GSBO-40
746[35][36]
160[37]
GPBO-40 is an underbarrel grenade launcher, can be attached to kbs wz. 1996 Beryl.
GSBO-40 is a stand-alone version with stock and pistol grip.
Rocket-propelled grenade launcher
M72 LAW[38]  United States

 Poland

66 mm rocket-propelled grenade launcher M72 EC Mk I ?/+10,000 launchers [39] A contract for delivery of several thousand M72 EC MK1 was announced on July 7, 2022.[40]
RPG-7  Soviet Union 40 mm rocket-propelled grenade launcher RPG-7
RPG-7D
RPG-7DN1
RPG-7W
~2,000 Some of them (RPG-7DN1) are equipped with Polish NV sight PCS-5.
Land mines
TM-62M  Soviet Union

 Polish People's Republic

Anti-tank mine
MPP-B Wierzba  Poland Anti-tank mine
MN-111  Poland Off-route anti-tank mine
MN-121  Poland Scatterable anti-tank mine
MN-123  Poland Scatterable anti-tank mine
MPB  Poland Off-route anti-tank mine
Mortars
LM-60 Pluton [pl]  Poland 60 mm mortar LM-60D
LM-60K [pl]
376[41]
20[41]
LRM vz. 99 ANTOS [pl]  Czech Republic 60,7 mm mortar LRM vz. 99 ANTOS 200+ [42][43]
LMP-2017 [pl]  Poland 60 mm mortar 780[44]
M-98I [pl]  Poland 98 mm mortar 93[45]
Wz. 38/43  Soviet Union 120 mm mortar 131[45] To be replaced by RAK mortar.
2B11  Soviet Union 120 mm mortar 14[45] To be replaced by RAK mortar.

Portable anti-material weapons

Model Image Origin Type Caliber Launchers Missiles Details
PPZR Grom  Poland Man-portable air-defense system 72mm 480 2,000 [46] 2000 missiles delivered.
PPZR Piorun  Poland Man-portable air-defense system 72mm 420 1,300 [47] Unspecified number donated to Ukraine. Additional 600 launchers and 3,500 missiles were ordered.[48][49]
9M14 Malyutka  Soviet Union Anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) 125mm NATO designation: AT-3 Sagger. Unknown number still in service.[50] 20,000 missiles were delivered by the Soviet Union between 1970 and 1985, including missiles for the BWP-1, BRDM-2, Mil Mi-2, and Mil Mi-24.[51]
FGM-148F Javelin  United States Advanced Anti-Tank Weapon System-Medium (AAWS-M) 127mm 110 680 Purchase of 50 additional Launchers and 500 Missiles was announced on 31 January 2023.[52][53]
Spike  Israel
 Poland
Anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) 130mm 264 3,675 [41] Deal with Israeli manufacturer included production of components and assembly in Poland. 264 launchers and 3675 Spike-LR version missiles were delivered between 2004 and 2013.[41] In August 2023 several hundred of additional Spike-LR missiles were ordered with deliveries running between 2023 and 2026.[54]

Combat vehicles

Model Image Origin Main armament Variant Quantity Details

Main battle tanks

K2 Black Panther  South Korea

 Poland

CN08

120 mm L/55

K2 (batch IV) 46/180[note 1] K2 (batch IV) are to be upgraded to the K2PL standard at a later date [56]

Deliveries:

  • 2022: 10 delivered [57]
  • 2023: 18 delivered [58]
  • 2024: 18 delivered of 56 planned [59]
  • 2025: 96 planned
K2PL 0/820 Production of the K2PL in Poland is expected to start in 2026 [60]
M1 Abrams  United States M256

120 mm L/44

M1A2 SEPv2 28/28 28 leased M1A2 SEPv2s delivered from the U.S in 2020. Intended for training purposes.[61]
M1A1 FEP 69/116

[note 2]

Delivery of the remaining 47 M1A1 FEPs is due by the end of 2024. All to be upgraded to SEPv3 standard at a later date.[62]
M1A2 SEPv3 0/250 250 M1A2 SEPv3s are scheduled for delivery in 2025 and 2026.[63]
Leopard 2  West Germany
 Germany
 Poland
Rh-120 L/44

120 mm L/44

2A4 66
  • 128 Leopard 2A4s acquired in 2002 and 2003.[64]
  • 14 additional 2A4s acquired in 2015.[65]
  • 14 were donated to Ukraine.[66]
  • In process of being upgraded to Leo 2PL
2PL 62/128[67]
  • 62 2A4s have been upgraded to 2PL standard (same upgrade will be applied to the remaining 66 2A4s).[68][69]
2A5 105 105 Leopard 2A5s ordered in 2013,[66] all were received by November 2015.[65]
PT-91 Twardy  Poland 2A46

125 mm L/48

PT-91
PT-91MA
PT-91MA1
32
27
113
At least 60 were donated to Ukraine.[70]
T-72M upgraded to PT-91 standard.[71]
T-72M1 upgraded to PT-91 standard.[71]
T-72

 Soviet Union

 Polish People's Republic

 Poland

2A46

125 mm L/48

T-72A
T-72M
T-72M1
T-72M1D
T-72M1R
≤111[72](mostly in storage as spares for PT-91) Poland maintained at least 301 tanks in service before donations to Ukraine begun (with up to 100 more in storage, albeit in poor condition).[72] At least 290 were donated to Ukraine since the beginning of 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine.[73]

Self-propelled artillery

K9 Thunder  South Korea 155 mm L/52 K9A1 66/218[74][75] 218 155mm K9A1 Self-Propelled Howitzers are to be delivered between 2022 and 2026 and upgraded to K9PL standard at a later date.
 South Korea

 Poland

155 mm L/52 K9PL 0/606 606 155mm K9PL Self-Propelled Howitzers are to be produced in Poland starting from 2026 onwards.
Krab  Poland 155 mm L/52 Krab 80/170(?) + 152[76] As of late 2021, 82 AHS Krab howitzers have been produced out of the initial batch of 122. Additional 48 ordered to replace some of the units that were transferred to Ukraine during the Russo-Ukrainian War.[77][78] Further 152 units have been ordered on the 8th of December 2023.[76]
Wz. 1977 DANA  Czechoslovakia

 Czech Republic

 Poland

152 mm self-propelled howitzer Dana-T
Dana-M
108[45]
3
Additional 7 Dana-T will be modernized to Dana-M standard.[79]
2S1 Goździk  Soviet Union

 Polish People's Republic

 Poland

122 mm self-propelled howitzer 2S1M Goździk
2S1T Goździk
227[50] 198 were in use, rest in storage. Intended to be replaced by AHS Krab and M120 Rak. Large number donated to Ukraine in response to the Russian invasion of that country.[80][81]
M120 Rak  Poland 120 mm self-propelled mortar SMK 101[82]/122 122 on order. M120 Rak 120mm heavy mortar system can be mounted on a variety of vehicles. Pictured here is the: SMK 120 – RAK mortar mounted on KTO Rosomak ("Wolverine") chassis.[83][84][85]

Multiple rocket launchers

K239 Chunmoo  South Korea

 Poland

239mm Multiple rocket launcher/
600mm Tactical ballistic missile
HOMAR-K 14/290 Orders:
  • 218 K239, contract in November 2022, to be delivered by 2027. [86]
  • 72 additional units ordered in April 2024 [87]Multiple rocket launcher system to be mounted on 8×8 truck Jelcz P882.57.

System to be equipped with TOPAZ Command System.

M142 HIMARS  United States Multiple rocket launcher/
Tactical ballistic missile
HOMAR-A 18/506[88][89][90] 20 on order. On the 11th of September 2023 sell of additional 486 units (468 of them to be adapted to Jelcz trucks and equipped with TOPAZ system) have been approved. The delivery is expected to begin in 2025.[91][92][93]
WR-40 Langusta  Poland Multiple rocket launcher /

122 mm

75[45] Possible more orders in the near future. Several thousand 122mm M-21 FHE "Feniks" missiles were ordered from domestic producer MESKO.[94]
RM-70  Czechoslovakia Multiple rocket launcher /

122 mm

RM-70/85 29[45]
BM-21 Grad  Soviet Union Multiple rocket launcher /

122 mm

75[50] To be replaced by M142 HIMARS. At least 20 units were supplied to Ukraine.[95][45]

Infantry fighting vehicles

BWP Borsuk  Poland Mk44 Bushmaster II Spike (missile) BWP Borsuk 6/1000[96] Up to 1400 vehicles are planned either in combat configuration armed with ZSSW-30 turret or as one of the specialized versions: Żuk - tracked reconnaissance vehicle; Oset - tracked command vehicle; Gotem - medical evacuation vehicle; Gekon - technical support vehicle; Ares - contamination detection vehicle. To be produced from 2024 onwards.[97][7]
KTO Rosomak  Finland  Poland Mk44 Bushmaster II Spike (missile) Rosomak 359 Wheeled infantry fighting vehicle equipped with HITFIST-30P turret. Additional 70 KTO Rosomak with Polish unmanned turret ZSSW-30 on order.[98] Some M1M variants refit for use in Afghanistan − no longer amphibious due to extra armour weight.[99] It is a licensed variant of Patria AMV that is manufactured in Poland.[100]
BWP-1  Soviet Union

 Czechoslovakia

2A28 Grom 9M14 Malyutka BWP-1
BWP-1D
1,252[50] BWP-1 and BWP-1D are Polish designations for the Soviet BWP-1D and BMP-1K respectively. MP-31 in Polish service is sometimes called BWP-1D.[41] Will not be retired until at least 2030.[citation needed]

Armored personnel carriers

KTO Rosomak  Finland  Poland Wheeled armored personnel carrier Rosomak-M2
Rosomak-M3
Rosomak-S
Rosomak-NJ
4
31
27+60
4[100]
M2 Rosomak - amphibious armoured personnel carrier either unarmed or with .50 BMG.

M3 Rosomak - personnel carrier up-armoured to (M1 IFV standard armour) and armed with .50 BMG WKM-B or Mk 19 + PKM or UKM-2000 as secondary weapon.

Rosomak-S - armoured personnel carrier that is capable of carrying a full squad and is armed with two Spike-LR ATGM. Another 60 on order as of 2020.[101]

Rosomak-NJ - driver training vehicle.

MT-LB  Soviet Union

 Polish People's Republic

 Poland

Tracked armored 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.[102]
Waran [pl]  Poland Tactical multi-role vehicle Waran 4x4

Armored reconnaissance vehicles

LOTR Kleszcz  Poland Reconnaissance vehicle LOTR Kleszcz 4x4 0/300[103] Delivery of 300 units is set to take place between 2025 and 2035. Intended to replace BRDM-2 currently in service.[103]
KTO Rosomak  Finland Poland Reconnaissance vehicle Rosomak-WSRiD 2[100] Rosomak WSRiD - Multi-sensor reconnaissance and supervision vehicle.[104][105][106]
Żmija/Wirus  Poland Reconnaissance vehicle 60/118[citation needed]
BRDM-2  Soviet Union Poland Amphibious armoured scout car BRDM-2
BRDM-2 R5
~282[107]
~87[107]
[107]
BWP-1 Reconnaissance vehicle BWR-1 ~38[107] Currently being upgraded.[107]

Mine-resistant ambush protected vehicles

Cougar  United States MRAP Cougar 4x4 300 300 Cougar 4x4s were delivered in late 2022.[citation needed]
Oshkosh M-ATV  United States MRAP M1240A1 79 Delivered January 2024; intended for the army.[108]

Armored vehicles

Raycolt KLTV  South Korea

 Poland

Light utility vehicle Raycolt KLTV 3/400[109] Nearly 400 to be produced in Poland between 2024 and 2030.[110] Equipped with Legwan LRM (swivel mount)[111]
Humvee  United States Light utility vehicle Tumak-2[112]
Tumak-3[112]
M1043A2[112]
96[112]
60[112]
1[112]
M1043A2 with Kobuz RWS, sometimes referred to as Tumak-4.[113][114][115][116]
Skorpion-3  Poland Multi-purpose off-road vehicle Skorpion-3 90 Armored and heavier version of Honker. To be replaced by Żmija long range reconnaissance vehicle.[citation needed]

Tank destroyers

Humvee  United States

 Poland

Tank destroyer Tumak-5 (M1045A2) 18 M1045A2 with Spike LR launcher mounted on the top.[115]
BRDM-2  Soviet Union Tank destroyer 9P133 Malutka-P 27
Ottokar Brzoza [pl]  Poland Tank destroyer Waran 4×4 Equipped with Brimstone missile

Air and missile defense

Narew  United Kingdom

 Poland

CAMM (missile family) / Piorun (missile) SHORAD / VSHORAD 0/23 batteries (138 launchers) On September 5, executive contracts were concluded between the Armament Agency and the PGZ-NAREW Consortium regarding the acquisition of CAMM-ER missiles and iLauncher missile launchers for 23 batteries of short-range air defense missile systems (ZROP-KZ), codenamed Narew. The agreements provide for deliveries in the years 2027-2035[122][123]
Mała Narew  United Kingdom

 Poland

CAMM (missile family) SHORAD 2 batteries (4/6 launchers)[124][125] "Mała Narew" ("Little Narew") is a bridging solution before the delivery of the regular Narew system.[126]
Poprad  Poland Piorun (missile) VSHORAD Żubr P 77[127][128][129][130] 77 regular and 2 pre-series units of Poprad were ordered (to the total of 79),[131] 2 pre-series implementation vehicles are used by the Air Force Training Center.[132]
9K33 Osa  Soviet Union

 Poland

Surface-to-air missile 9K33 Osa-AK[133]
9K33 Osa-AK(M)[134]
Osa-P Żądło[135]
64[50] Some of the Osa-AKM and Osa-P were donated to Ukraine.[136]
2K12 Kub  Soviet Union Surface-to-air missile 2k12 Kub-M 20[41] 20 is the number of TELs. Will be replaced.[citation needed] Some donated to Ukraine.

Air defence artillery

Hibneryt  Poland ZU-23-2 Grom (missile) Hibneryt
Hibneryt-KG
Hibneryt-P
Hibneryt-3
~70 ZUR-23-2S Jod or ZUR-23-2KG Jodek-G (Hibneryt-KG) mounted on a Star 266 truck. Some Hibneryts are going to be modernized to Hibneryt-P and Hibneryt-3 version.[137][138][139]
ZU-23-2  Soviet Union

 Polish People's Republic|

ZU-23-2 Grom (missile) ZU-23-2
ZUR-23-2KG Jodek-G
ZUR-23-2SP
268
76
?[140] ||

Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Guns (SPAAGs)

ZSU-23-4 Shilka  Soviet Union

 Polish People's Republic

4 × 23 mm 2A7 Grom (missile) ZSU-23-4 Szyłka
ZSU-23-4MP Biała
2
20[140]
An unknown number of ZSU-23-4 Shilkas was donated to Ukraine.[70]

Radiolocation

NUR-21  Poland Radiolocation station 33[41] Used for locating aircraft flying at low altitudes.[141][142][143][144][145]
NUR-22  Poland Radiolocation station 10[41] Based on Tatra 815. Used for locating aircraft flying at low altitudes.[144][146][147][148][149][150]
Liwiec  Poland Artillery support radar 10 [151]
Soła  Poland PESA radiolocation station 8 Sola radar station mounted on Żubr-P.[152] Designed to support Poprad and Pilica VSHORAD.[153][154]
Bystra  Poland AESA radiolocation station 0/38 Bystra AESA radar for VSHORAD and SHORAD. 80 km range.[155]
Breń-2  Poland Radiolocation station support [156]
Przebiśnieg  Poland Jamming station 2 [157]

Armoured recovery vehicles

M88A2  United States Armoured recovery vehicle 12/38

38 on order.[158] 3 delivered in June 2023.[159] 9 delivered in November 2023.[90] [160]

WRT Rosomak  Poland Technical reconnaissance vehicle WRT 34 Rosomak-WRT – designed to assist with technical problems in the field. Armed with UKM-2000C 7.62mm MG in ZSMU-1276A remote controlled armament module.[161][162] Licensed variant of the Patria AMV manufactured in Poland.[citation needed]
WZT-2  Poland Armoured recovery vehicle 40 40 units [41] using T-55/T-55A hull.
WZT-3M  Poland 29 29 units using PT-91 hull.
Bergepanzer 2  Germany Bergepanzer 2PL 28[163]
WPT Mors  Poland 74[citation needed]
CKPEiRT Hardun  Sweden

 Poland

Heavy technical rescue and evacuation vehicle. Hardun 27 Based on Scania CB 8x8.[164][165]

Military engineering vehicles

MID Bizon-S  Poland Engineering-roading machine MID
MID-M
6
1
4 more MIDs will be modernized to MID-M standard.[166]
TRI  Poland Engineering Reconnaissance Vehicle TRI Hors
TRI-D Durian
77
13
Opal-II landing.[167][168]
PTS  Soviet Union Tracked amphibious medium transporter PTS-M ~50 A small number in use by the Land Forces. 50 are in service with the Polish Navy.[41]
ISM Kroton  Poland Minelayer 6 Opal-II landing.[169][170][171][172][173]
Baobab-K  Poland Minelayer 0/24 Minelayer system built by Huta Stalowa Wola.[174][175][176][177] Negotiations surrounding the purchase of the vehicle begun in March 2023 (as per Polish Armes Agency).[178] 24 units ordered on June 14, 2023.[179]
Keiler  Germany Armoured mine clearing vehicle 4[180]
Bożena [pl]  Slovakia  Poland Remote-controlled self-propelled mine roller 14[41][181]
UMI [pl]  Poland Excavator-loader
SŁ-34C [pl]  Poland Bulldozer-loader
K-407C  Poland Excavator

Armoured vehicle-launched bridges

BLG-67  East Germany

 Polish People's Republic

Armoured vehicle-launched bridge BLG-67M2 103[140] Used by tank and mechanized units. To be replaced by MG-20 Daglezja-G.[182]
Leopard Biber  West Germany Armoured vehicle-launched bridge 6[180] To be replaced by MG-20 Daglezja-G.[183]
MS-20 Daglezja [pl]  Poland Armoured vehicle-launched bridge MS-20 Daglezja
MG-20 Daglezja-G
MS-40 Daglezja
12/55
2
12 prototypes of Daglezja-G and 1 prototype of MS-40 Daglezja were delivered for testing and evaluation. In October 2023 a order was made for 43 units of the MS-20 Daglezja[184][185][186][187][188]
M1110 Joint Assault Bridge  United States Armoured vehicle-launched bridge M1110 0/25 25 on order.[158] [189] [190]
PFM  France Pontoon bridge PFM 0/20 13 initially ordered in 2022.[191] Further 7 ordered in February 2024.[192]
PP-64 Wstęga  Poland Pontoon bridge 60[41] 70 Star 266 AP-64 and Star 266 BP-64 trucks used for transport. To be replaced by Daglezja-P (PFM bridge).[193][194][195]

Bomb disposal

Robot Expert  Poland Unmanned demining vehicle
Robot Inspektor  Poland Unmanned demining vehicle
Robot Talon IV  United States Unmanned demining vehicle
Forester minex 4530  United States Metal detector
EOD-9  United States Protective bomb suit Latest model of heavy high protection suit.[196][197]

Logistics Vehicle System

Tumak-4  United States Military truck Tumak-4 31
Star



 Poland Military truck Star 200
Star 244
Star 266
Star 266M
Star 660M2-D[198]
Star 660M3[198]
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
Jelcz Jelcz 442.32



 Poland Military truck 442.32
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
P662.D35 AWRU
P882D.53 WA
P662D.35 WRUiE
1039[199]
178[200]
7[200]
15[200]
101[200]
1[200]
36[200]
15[200]
1[200]
70[200]
1[200]
3[200]
9[201]/10[202]
12/30[202]
2/5[202]
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.
AWRU armament repair shop part of KMO Rak.
WA ammunition vehicles, WRUiE armament and electronics repair shop. Part of Regina DMO.
Jelcz Jak Tank Transporters  Poland Armoured heavy equipment transporter C882.62 8×8 26 [203]

(+dozens in order)

First order in 2019 for 14 sets + option for 9 sets + 3 tractors.

Second order in 2024 for dozens of additional sets.[203] Lowboy trailer, the ST775-20W

SLT 50 Elefant  Austria
 Germany
Heavy equipment transporter SLT 50-2 6[200][204]
Daimler Benz Unimog  Germany Military truck 1300L 69[205]
Mercedes-Benz  Germany Military truck Mercedes-Benz 1017A 211[205]
Mercedes-Benz Zetros  Germany Heavy equipment transporter Zetros 3348 AS 6x6 31 [203]

(+78 in option)

Ordered in October 2021 to be used as tank transporter with the DobrowolskiD OB70W low bed semi-trailer.[203]

Engine OM460 engine with Allison 4500 SP automatic transmission and VG2800 reduction box.

Mercedes-Benz Actros  Germany Heavy equipment transporter Actros 3353AS 6×6 31 [203] Dobrowolski NC wz. 21 lowboy trailers
Iveco EuroTrakker  Italy Heavy equipment transporter MP720E48WT and MP720T50WT 59 [203]
Iveco

 Italy Military truck Stralis
Trakker
Eurotrakker
Eurocargo
83
9
59
309
Tatra  Czechoslovakia Military truck Tatra 815 Only specialized variants are in service.[206][207]
KrAZ  Soviet Union Military truck KrAZ-255B Only specialized variants are in service.[citation needed]
Ural  Soviet Union Military truck Ural-375D
Ural-4320
Only specialized variants are in service.[citation needed]
Kamaz  Soviet Union Military truck Only specialized variants are in service.[citation needed]
GAZ  Soviet Union Military truck GAZ-66 Only specialized variants are in service.[citation needed]
ZiL  Soviet Union Military truck ZIL-131
ZIL-157
Only specialized variants are in service.[citation needed]

All-terrain utility vehicles

Honda  Japan All-terrain vehicle / Quad TRX-300 FW
Polaris  United States All-terrain vehicle/ Quad Sportsan X2 800EFI
Arctic Cat  United States All-terrain vehicle / Quad Arctic Cat 400 4x4
Bombardier Outlander  Canada All-terrain vehicle / Quad Bombardier Outlander 650
PWA Aero [pl]  Poland Four-wheel all-terrain vehicle of the airmobile troops PWA Aero 80 Adapted to helicopter transport (attached below deck), or to be dropped on a 12 ft "V" 108 "PDS landing platform from C-130 or C-295M airplanes. 55 vehicles and 105 special trailers initially ordered.[208][209][210] In 2020, the order was extended to 80 vehicles and 160 trailers.[211]
UAZ-469B  Soviet Union

 Polish People's Republic

Four-wheel drive multi-purpose vehicle UAZ-469B WD-43
RD-115ZT
UAZ-469B-rs
38[212][213] Only specialized variants are in service.[213]
Tarpan Honker
 Poland Four-wheel multi-purpose drive vehicle Tarpan Honker
Daewoo Honker
Honker-2000
Skorpion-3
Rys[214]
ZWD-3
WD-2001
REA "Perkun"
Honker Saper
286[200][215]
348[200][215]
647[200][215]
90[200][215]
?
172[216][217]
?
14
>2[218][219]
To be replaced.[220]
Mercedes-Benz G-Class  Germany Four-wheel multi-purpose drive vehicle GD 290
MB290GD WD
MB 250
96[200]
25[200]
40[205]
The Polish Armed Forces currently operate 140 G-class vehicles.[221] The military police uses 13 GD 290s.[200]
Land Rover Defender  United Kingdom Four-wheel multi-purpose drive vehicle 10
Ford Ranger  United States Four-wheel multi-purpose drive vehicle XTL 648 + 324 [222] Equipped with 16-inch steel rims with run-flat inserts, hardtop body steel engine housing, and AT BFGoodrich tires. Inspektorat Uzbrojenia ordered 648 cars (485 as an initial order and 163 as an expansion option)[223][222][224]

Second Purchase was made in November 2023 of Additional 324 Ford Ranger.[225]

Toyota Land Cruiser  Japan Four-wheel drive vehicle Land Cruiser[200][215] 13[200][215]
Mitsubishi Pajero  Japan Sport utility vehicle Mitsubishi Pajero[200][215] 4[200][215]
Daewoo Musso  South Korea Sport utility vehicle Musso[200][215] 6[200][215]
Ford  United States Van Transit Used as a low-capacity transport vehicle that can carry up to 4 tonnes of cargo.[226]
Fiat Ducato  Italy Van Fiat Ducato Seicento Van "W"[227] Both are used as low-capacity transport vehicles that can carry up to 4 tonnes of cargo.[226]
Volkswagen Transporter  Germany Van Volkswagen 267[228]
Volkswagen Crafter  Germany Van Volkswagen [228]
MAN TGE  Germany Van Volkswagen Crafter 134[229][230] Purchase option calls for additional 128 vehicles.[230]

Command vehicles

LPG  Poland Tracked command vehicle WD
WDSz
4/10
18/45[202]
More than one donated to Ukraine. More on order through Regina program.[231]
KTO Rosomak  Poland Armoured wheeled command vehicle Rosomak WD 15/35[232] 7 for the Multinational Division North East.[233] 2 more ordered for the 18th Division during the MSPO 2019 exhibition.[234] On 21 December 2020 an agreement was signed for delivery of 8 more vehicles to the 16th Mechanized Division between 2021 and 2022.[235] Another order for 6 more vehicles was signed in October 2023. A further order for 12 more vehicles was signed in December 2023 to be delievered between 2026 and 2027.[236]
KTO Rosomak  Poland Armoured wheeled command vehicle (artillery) Rosomak AWD 49[82]/60 Command vehicle for Rak firing module mounted on KTO Rosomak chassis.[83][84][85]
RWŁC-10/T  Poland Moving node of digital communication RWŁC-10/T ~450[237] [238]
ZWD-10R/K Łowcza-3K  Poland Wheeled command truck ZWD-10R/K 8
PKK  Poland Field cryptographic chancellery vehicle PKK-S 50 [239]
WWK-10/C  Poland Cable vehicle WWK-10/C 29[240] Another 27 on order.[241] Before 2015 WWK-10/C cable vehicles were built using Star 944DK chassis.
Tumak-6  United States

 Poland

Wheeled all-terrain command vehicle 9
M113  United States

 Germany

Tracked command vehicle M113
M577
13
6
ADK-11  Poland Wheeled command truck ADK-11
ZWD-1  Poland Tracked command vehicle ZWD-1 94
MT-LBu  Soviet Union  Poland Tracked command vehicle 20 (1W13/14/15/16)
24 (MP-21/22/23/24/25)[41]
9 (R-330P)[41]
2 (Beta-3M)
ZWDSz  Soviet Union

 Poland

Tracked command vehicle ZWDSz-1
ZWDSz-2
13
6
SKOT  Poland  Czechoslovakia Armoured wheeled command vehicle R-2AM
R-3M
ZWD-10R Łowcza  Poland Tracked command vehicle ZWD-10R 4
BRDM-2  Soviet Union
 Poland
|
Wheeled amphibious command vehicle R-1A
R-5

98
ZWD-3  Poland Wheeled all-terrain command vehicle ZWD-3 ~250
ZWD-2  Poland Tracked command vehicle ZWD-2 5
WD-2001  Poland Wheeled all-terrain command vehicle WD-2001
Mercedes Benz G-Wagen  Germany Wheeled all-terrain command vehicle GD 290

Ambulances

WEM Rosomak  Poland Armoured ambulance vehicle Rosomak-WEM 37/66[242] Ambulance version of KTO Rosomak.[243][244][245]
KTO Ryś  Poland Amphibious wheeled armoured personnel carrier Ryś-Med 5[41]
Tumak-7  United States
 Poland
Four-wheel drive multi-purpose vehicle Tumak-7 3 M1035A2 version modified in Poland to become ambulance vehicle.[114][115]
SCAM  Italy
 Poland
Military truck SCAM SM-50[213]
SCAM SM-55[213]
16[200]
46[200][213]
Used as a 4×4 ambulance.[246]
Iveco  Italy

 Poland

Military truck M40.12WM 134 4×4 ambulance using Iveco 40E13WM chassis.[247]
M113  United States

 Germany

Multi-purpose tracked armoured personnel carrier M113G2 Krkw Gep 16[citation needed]

Aircraft

Model Image Origin Type Variant Quantity Details
Attack helicopters
AH-64  United States attack helicopter AH-64E 8[248]

(leasing)

Letter of Request aiming at purchase of additional 96 units was approved by the US [249]
Mil Mi-24  Soviet Union attack helicopter 18[248] At least 12 out of the initial 30 units were donated to Ukraine in response to the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine.[250]
Combat helicopter
AW149  Italy combat support helicopter 3/32[248] 32 on order [251]

Successor of the Mil Mi-2 ‘Hoplite' and some PZL-Świdnik W-3PL [252]

PZL Mi-2  Poland utility helicopter 44[248]
PZL Mi-8/17  Soviet Union Utility helicopter Mi-8/17[253] 27[248]
PZL W-3 Sokół  Poland Utility helicopter 38[248]
UH-60 Polish SOF S-70i Black Hawk  United States

 Poland

Specialoperations forces S-70i 4 / 8[248] Assembled by Sikorsky subsidiary PZL Mielec,

4 on order[254]

Training helicopters
PZL Mi-2  Poland Rotorcraft trainer 2[253]

Unmanned aerial vehicles

Unmanned aerial vehicles
Model Image Origin Type Role Variant Quantity Details
Defense Orbiter Orbiter PICT0105  Israel Small UAV

Fixed-wing

ISTAR

Intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance

Orbiter 2B 44[255] Also operated by Polish Special Forces.[256]
Boeing Insitu ScanEagle  United States Small UAV

Fixed-wing

ISTAR

Intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance

10[257]
PGZ-19 Orlik  Poland Small UAV

Fixed-wing

ISTAR

Intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance

PGZ-19RA 0/40[258] First Orlik drones planned to be delivered in 2023.[259]
WB Electronics FlyEye  Poland Small UAV

Fixed-wing

ISTAR

Intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance

20/72[260] 44 ordered in February 2022. [261]

28 additional ordered in April 2024. [262]

WB Electronics FT-5 Łoś  Poland Small unmanned aerial vehicle ISTAR

Intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance

20/400[263][264] Artillery reconnaissance. Ordered as a part of Gladius programme.[265]
Wizjer  Poland Miniunmanned aerial vehicle ISTAR

Intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance

NeoX 2 0/100[266] 25 sets of 4 drones each ordered in 2021, to be delivered between 2024 and 2027.[267]
WB Electronics Warmate  Poland Miniunmanned aerial vehicle Loitering munition Warmate 20/100[268]
Warmate 2

Planned equipment

Model/Programme Image Origin Type Variant Quantity Details
Moskit  Poland Anti-tank guided missile Moskit-LR
Moskit-SR
A development program initiated by the Military Institute of Armament Technology in 2018, most likely a clone of Spike missile system with similar technical specifications.[269]
Pirat  Poland Ukraine Anti-tank guided missile Semi-active laser homing ATGM jointly developed by Mesko and Luch Design Bureau and based on some of the components of the RK-3 Corsar.

On January 31, 2023, Krzysztof Płatek, the spokesman for the Polish Armaments Agency, announced that the first test batch of the Pirat missiles will be ordered in the following months.[270]

M1150 Assault Breacher Vehicle A US Army M1150 assault breacher vehicle during an exercise in 2014  United States Armored Combat Engineering Vehicle 25 Mine-clearing and engineering vehicle using M1 Abrams hull. Intended for the 18th Mechanized Division.[271]
AW101 Agusta-Westland_AW-101_(ZR288),_Radom_Air_Show,_20230826_1514_9519  Italy Heavy-lift helicopter 22 Intended to enhance heavy-lift capabilities of the 25th Air Cavalry Brigade.[272]
Gryf [273][274]  Poland

 United Kingdom  Israel

Tactical class medium range unmanned aerial vehicle Watchkeeper X UAV Unclear WB Group signed an agreement with British joint-venture company U-TacS (Elbit Systems and Thales) [275]
 Italy Falco EVO Offered by Leonardo [275]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ List of deliveries: 10 in December 2022, 5 in March 2023, 7 in May 2023, 6 in June 2023 and 18 in March 2024[55].
  2. ^ List of deliveries: 14 tanks in June 2023 / 26 in November 2023 and 29 in January 2024

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De moderne vijfkamp is een van de sporten die op de Olympische Spelen worden beoefend. Deze pagina geeft de lijst van olympische medaillewinnaars in deze sport, die bestaat uit de vijf onderdelen lopen, paardrijden, schermen, schieten en zwemmen. Zie ook het artikel Moderne vijfkamp op de Olympische Zomerspelen Mannen Individueel Medaillewinnaars Editie 1 Goud 2 Zilver 3 Brons 1912  SWE Gösta Lilliehöök  SWE Gösta Åsbrink  SWE Georg de Laval 1920  SWE Gustaf Dyrssen …

2022 single by Godsmack SurrenderSingle by Godsmackfrom the album Lighting Up the Sky ReleasedSeptember 28, 2022 (2022-09-28)GenreHard rock[1]Length3:40LabelBMGSongwriter(s) Sully Erna Erik Ron Producer(s) Sully Erna Andrew Murdock[2] Godsmack singles chronology Unforgettable (2018) Surrender (2022) You and I (2022) Music videoSurrender on YouTube Surrender is a song by American rock band Godsmack. It marks the first single from their eighth and final studio album …

Село Кордовопол. Kordowo Координати 53°02′49″ пн. ш. 21°30′37″ сх. д. / 53.04694444447221713° пн. ш. 21.51027777780555539° сх. д. / 53.04694444447221713; 21.51027777780555539Координати: 53°02′49″ пн. ш. 21°30′37″ сх. д. / 53.04694444447221713° пн. ш. 21.51027777780555539° сх. д. / 53.04694…

Overview of and topical guide to the Democratic Republic of the Congo See also: Index of Democratic Republic of the Congo-related articles The Flag of the Democratic Republic of the CongoThe Coat of arms of the Democratic Republic of the Congo The location of the Democratic Republic of the Congo An enlargeable map of the Democratic Republic of the Congo The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to the Democratic Republic of the Congo: Democratic Republic of the Congo …

У Вікіпедії є статті про інших людей із прізвищем Дочев. Богдан Дочев Особисті дані Повне ім'я болг. Богдан Ганев Дочев Народження 26 червня 1936(1936-06-26)   Варна, Болгарія Смерть 29 травня 2017(2017-05-29) (80 років)   Софія, Болгарія Громадянство  Болгарія Позиція нападник Профе…

Vista da frontaria da sede histórica. A piloto francesa Hellé Nice recebe, no Automóvel Clube, um troféu por sua participação no GP de 1936. O Automóvel Clube do Brasil, fundado como Automóvel Club do Brasil, é uma entidade automobilística fundada no Rio de Janeiro em 1907 e responsável, dentre outras atividades, pela realização do Grande Prêmio Cidade do Rio de Janeiro. História Os salões do Automóvel Club do Brasil na revista O Cruzeiro de 22 de junho de 1929. Continuação da…

◄ WTA Tour 2009 ► Zeitraum: 4. Januar – 8. November 2009 Auflage: 39 Anzahl der Turniere: 55 Kategorien: Grand Slam (4)WTA Championships (2)WTA Premier Mandatory (4)WTA Premier 5 (5)WTA Premier (10)WTA International (30) Erfolge Meiste Turniersiege: Russland Dinara SafinaVereinigte Staaten Serena Williams (3) Meiste Finalteilnahmen: Russland Dinara SafinaDanemark Caroline Wozniacki (8) Meistes Preisgeld: Vereinigte Staaten Serena Williams (6.545.586 $) Meiste Punkte:…

LalotokNama lahirAdolfo Maria Soares LayLahir Timor PortugisPengabdian Timor LesteDinas/cabang Falintil Pasukan Pertahanan Timor LestePangkat Letnan FDTLPerang/pertempuranPendudukan Indonesia di Timor Timur Letnan FDTL Lalotok[1] adalah tokoh militer Timor Leste. Dia pernah menjabat sebagai Komandan Seksi Falintil. Kepangkatan Lambang Pangkat Tanggal Letnan FDTL 2 Februari 2022 — sekarang Referensi ^ Jornal da República: Edisi 20 Desember 2006 (PDF; 403 kB), diakses pada 23 Maret 2018…

2019 action role-playing video game 2019 video gameMarvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black OrderCover art of Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order[a]Developer(s)Team NinjaPublisher(s)NintendoDirector(s)Hiroya UsudaProducer(s)Yosuke HayashiPeter RosasArtist(s)Tim TsangWriter(s)Marc SumerakMakoto ShibataKohei OtaComposer(s)Takahiro UmedaMasafumi OkuboSeriesMarvel Ultimate AlliancePlatform(s)Nintendo SwitchReleaseJuly 19, 2019Genre(s)Action role-playingMode(s)Single-player, multiplayer …

Radio stationNRK P1 Oslo Trondheim Broadcast areaNorwaySvalbardFrequencyNRK DAB+ national multiplexSvalbard AM: 1485 kHzRiksTV: Channel 200Telenor Norway cable/IPTV: Channels 360 and 380-394Allente Norway: Channels 190 and 230-243ProgrammingLanguage(s)Norwegian BokmålNorwegian NynorskFormatGeneralistOwnershipOwnerNRKSister stationsNRK P1+, NRK P13HistoryFirst air date2 October 1993; 30 years ago (1993-10-02)Former namesRadio (in programme guides prior to NRK P2 being founded)T…

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2015 Anglo-French documentary film Daft Punk UnchainedWritten byMarina RozenmanHervé Martin-DelpierreDirected byHervé Martin-DelpierreStarringGuy-Manuel de Homem-ChristoThomas BangalterCountry of originFranceUnited KingdomOriginal languagesFrenchEnglishProductionProducerPatrice GelléRunning time60 minutesOriginal releaseNetworkBBCCanal+Release24 June 2015 (2015-06-24) (France)19 February 2016 (2016-02-19) (UK) Daft Punk Unchained is an Anglo-French documentary fi…

Queen consort of Burma SuphankanlayaQueen consort of BurmaPrincess of AyutthayaStatue of Suphankanlaya at Wat Chan Tawan-ok, Phitsanulok ProvinceQueen consort of BurmaTenure22 January 1567 – 10 October 1581Bornin or before 1554PhitsanulokDied?SpouseBayinnaungIssueMin A-HtweHouseSukhothai DynastyFatherMaha ThammarachathiratMotherWisutkasatReligionTheravada Buddhism Suphankanlaya (Thai: สุพรรณกัลยา, Suvarṇakalyā; Burmese: ဗြဣန္ဒဒေဝီ) was a 16th-centur…

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1993 video by GenesisThe Way We Walk – Live in ConcertVideo by GenesisReleasedMarch 1993RecordedNovember 1992GenreRock, progressive rockLength135 min.LabelVirginProducerVariousGenesis chronology The Way We Walk – Live in Concert(1993) Genesis Live at Wembley Stadium(2003) Professional ratingsReview scoresSourceRatingAllmusic[1] The Way We Walk – Live in Concert is a 1993 live video from the We Can't Dance tour by Genesis. The footage was videotaped on 8 November 1992 at Ear…

2022 Burmese television series The RosePosterBurmeseသဘင်သည်မြနှင်းဆီ GenreHorrorCreated byLove TVScreenplay byIngyin HanStory byKo SetDirected byKo SetStarring Min Set Thit Si Thu Oht Soe Kaung Htet Paing Myoe Zayar Win Cindy Myat Yoon Thadar Aung Country of originMyanmarOriginal languageBurmeseNo. of episodes9ProductionProducerDaw Yin Yin SanProduction locationMyanmarCinematographyLinn TheinRunning time25 minutesProduction companySein Htay Film ProductionOriginal…

Food and cuisine of the Baloch people This article is part of the seriesPakistani cuisineپاکستانی پکوان Regional cuisines Eastern Mughlai Muhajir Hyderabadi Punjabi Saraiki Lahori Sindhi Parsi Western Balochi Hazara Pashtun Northern Chitrali Hunza Kalash Kashmiri Overseas and fusion Balti Pakistani Chinese Ingredients Main dishes Breads Condiments Snacks Soups and stews Spices Sweets and desserts Preparation and cooking Handi Karahi Tandoor Tava Other See also History Etiquette Paki…

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Indian Telugu actress HemaHema at the teaser release event of Ammammagarillu (2018)BornKrishna VeniRazole, Andhra Pradesh, IndiaOccupationActressYears active1989–presentSpouseSyed Jaan Ahmed[1] Hema (born Krishna Veni) is an Indian actress and comedian who predominantly appears in Telugu films.[2] She has acted in more than 250 films as of 2014.[3][4] She won Nandi Award for Best Female Comedian for her performance in Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashtam.[5&#…

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