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List of Korean War weapons

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List of Korean War weapons

This is a list of Korean War weapons.

Contents

  • Footmobile weaponry 1
    • Sidearm Pistols 1.1
      • United Nations Command 1.1.1
        • Commonwealth 1.1.1.1
      • Communist States 1.1.2
    • Rifles 1.2
      • United Nations Command 1.2.1
      • Communist states 1.2.2
    • Shotguns 1.3
    • Automatic weapons 1.4
      • United Nations Command 1.4.1
      • Communist states 1.4.2
    • Machine guns 1.5
      • United Nations Command 1.5.1
      • Communist states 1.5.2
    • Hand grenades & Rifle grenades 1.6
      • United Nations Command 1.6.1
      • Communist states 1.6.2
    • Rocket launchers,recoilless rifles & flamethrower 1.7
      • United Nations Command 1.7.1
      • Communist states 1.7.2
    • Mortars 1.8
      • United Nations Command 1.8.1
      • Communist states 1.8.2
  • Artillery 2
  • Vehicles 3
    • Armor 3.1
      • United Nations Command 3.1.1
        • USA 3.1.1.1
        • Commonwealth 3.1.1.2
      • Communist states 3.1.2
    • Light Vehicles 3.2
      • United Nations Command 3.2.1
      • Communist states 3.2.2
    • Aircraft 3.3
      • United Nations Command 3.3.1
        • USA 3.3.1.1
        • Commonwealth 3.3.1.2
      • Communist states 3.3.2
    • Helicopters 3.4
      • United Nations Command 3.4.1
        • USA 3.4.1.1
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Footmobile weaponry

Sidearm Pistols

United Nations Command

US

Commonwealth

Communist States

Rifles

United Nations Command

US

Commonwealth

Communist states

Shotguns

USA

Communist States

  • IZH-43 double barrel shotguns

Automatic weapons

United Nations Command

USA

Commonwealth

Communist states

Machine guns

United Nations Command

USA

Commonwealth

Communist states

Hand grenades & Rifle grenades

United Nations Command

USA M62 Fragmentation hand grenade

  • Mk.2 Fragmentation hand grenade
  • Mk.I illumination hand grenade
  • M7A1 rifle grenade launcher for M1 Garand
  • M8 rifle grenade launcher for M1 carbine
  • Adapter, grenade M1A2
  • M9/A1 HEAT (High Explosive Anti-Tank) rifle grenade
  • M17A1 illumination rifle grenade
  • M18A1 illumination rifle grenade
  • M28 rifle grenade (copy of the Energa)

Commonwealth

Communist states

Rocket launchers,recoilless rifles & flamethrower

United Nations Command

Communist states

  • Type 36 57mm recoilless rifle (Chinese copy of US M18 Recoilless Rifle)
  • Type 51 90mm rocket launcher (Chinese copy of US M20 Super Bazooka)

Mortars

United Nations Command

USA

Commonwealth

Communist states

Artillery

USA

Commonwealth

Communist states

Vehicles

Armor

United Nations Command

USA
Commonwealth

Communist states

Light Vehicles

United Nations Command

Communist states

Aircraft

United Nations Command

USA

Attack Aircraft

Fighter Aircraft

Bomber Aircraft

Utility/Transport Aircraft

Liaison/Observation/Reconnaissance Aircraft

Patrol/Search & Rescue Aircraft

Tanker Aircraft

Republic Of Korea
Attack Aircraft

Fighter Aircraft

Transport Aircraft

Liaison/Observation/Reconnaissance Aircraft

Commonwealth

Attack Aircraft

Fighter Aircraft

Liaison/Observation/Reconnaissance Aircraft

Patrol/Search & Rescue Aircraft

Transport Aircraft

Communist states

Fighter Aircraft

Attack Aircraft

Bomber Aircraft

Transport Aircraft

Helicopters

United Nations Command

USA

See also

References

  • Rottman, Gordon L. Korean War Order of Battle. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishing, 2002.

External links

  • Korean War weapons
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