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M113  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1960
Total Production: ?
Also Known As: Al-Talhas, M113 Gavin, M113A1, M113A2, M113A3 and M113AS4
Origin: United States of America
Corporations: United Defense
Parent System: M113
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1960
Total Production: 80,000
Family Members: M1059, M106, M1064, M1068, M125, M548, M577, M58, M730, M901 and M981
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Description: M113 is an amphibious, air-transportable, full tracked family of light armored vehicles intended to perform a variety of battlefield missions. It includes more than 10 variants. M113 Armored Personnel Carrier (APC) entered service in 1960, M113A1 in 1964, M113A2 in 1979 and M113A3 in 1987. The other variants of M113 family feature similar capabilities of A1, A2 or A3 configuration. More than 80,000 M113 vehicles have been produced of which 70,000 are M113 models.
M113 vehicles have been sold to more than 50 countries worldwide and is being produced under license in allied nations such as Turkey and the Netherlands. M113 have seen combat in Vietnam, North of Africa, Middle East and Southeast Asia. It was deployed during the Gulf War (1990-1991) and during operation Iraqi Freedom (2003). The US Army utilizes M113A2 and A3 models and is expected to standardize to the A3 configuration before the arrival of its replacement, the Future Combat Systems (FCS) family of manned and unmanned ground vehicles, by 2010-1014 timeframe.
M113, M113A1, M113A2 and M113A3 are armored vehicles intended to transport 11 fully equipped infantrymen well protected under armor to the front line of the battlefield. M113s can be equipped with a roof-mounted 12.7mm gun and two 7.62mm machine guns.

M113 Applications


Air Defense Systems ADATS Tracked Armored Fighting Vehicles ACV

M113 Orders

M113

M113 items 1992-2012

View full report Chart includes M113 (8,961), M106 (325), M577 (294), M548 (158), M1064 (131), M981 (7), M1059 (7)
1017,1992,964 527,1993,527 2249,1994,2246 1205,1995,1205 325,1996,291 620,1997,620 13,1998,13 297,1999,222 903,2000,769 353,2001,305 294,2002,294 104,2003, 163,2004,145 457,2005,401 374,2006,232 166,2007,104 3,2008,3 204,2009,71 579,2010,549 28,2011, 2,2012,

M113 Specifications

Crew: 2
Troops: 11
Dimensions
Height: 2.20 meter (87 inch)
Length: 4.86 meter (191 inch)
Width: 2.70 meter (106 inch)
Performance
Max Range: 483 kilometer (300 mile)
Power
Power: 275 shp
Speed
Top Speed: 18.4 mps (66 kph)
Weight
Combat Weight: 14,000 kilogram (30,864 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
Meters (m)   Kilometers (km)   Nautic Miles (nm)   Inch (in)   Yard (yd)   Foot (ft)   Millimeter (mm)
Pound (lb)   Kilogram (kg)   kN (KiloNewton)   Ton (t)
Meters per Second (mps)   Kilometers per Hour (kph)   Knot (kt)   Miles per Hour (mph)
Liter (l)   Galon (gl)
Year (yr)   Minutes (min)   Second (sec)
Shaft-Horse-Power (shp)

M113 News

There are 17 news between
28 Jul 2006 and 5 Dec 2014
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Friday, December 5, 2014BAE Systems and Brazilian Army Complete 100th M113 Upgrade
Wednesday, November 12, 2014FMS: Iraq Requests Foreign Military Sales Order II
Wednesday, June 11, 2014FMS: Brazil Requests Sale of 434 M113A2MK1 Upgrade Kits
Wednesday, May 28, 2014BAE Systems Submits AMPV for US Army's M113 Replacement
Thursday, July 25, 2013FMS: Iraq Requests Multi-Platform Maintenance Support
Thursday, February 9, 2012BAE Systems Awarded $31 Million to Refurbish M113A2s for Iraq
Thursday, December 22, 2011BAE Systems Awarded Contract to Assist in M113 Upgrades for Brazil
Tuesday, April 12, 2011Strategic Cooperation with FFG for the Brazilian Market
Thursday, October 7, 2010BAE Systems to Provide New Track Systems for Australia's M113 Vehicles
Wednesday, September 15, 2010FMS: Iraq Requests Refurbishment of 440 M113A2 Armored Personel Carriers

Operators & Related Equipment


OperatorsItems
Argentina580
YearHoldings
2012638
2011628
2010617
2009617
2008642
2007642
Australia766
YearHoldings
2013767336 M113A1 and 431 M113AS4
2012767336 M113A1 and 431 M113AS4
2010738515 M113A1 and 223 M113AS4
2009749632 M113A1 and 117 M113AS4
2008799750 M113A1 and 49 M113AS4
2007766750 M113A1 and 16 M113AS4
2006607
Belgium190
YearHoldings
201336
200965
2008154
2007169
2006180
Brazil584
Canada?
M113A3
YearHoldings
2008607553 M113A2 APC are pending disposal instructions; 22 M113A2 Bulldozers are pending disposal instructions; and 32 M113A2 Engineer are pending disposal instructions.
2006602
Chile427
Denmark600
YearHoldings
2013416M113A1 (170) and M113G3 (246)
2012235M113 (72), M113G3 (105), M113G3L (9), M113G4 (49)
2011242M113 (79) M113G3 (101) M113G3L (62)
2008267M113 (108) M113G3 (96) M113G3L (63)
2006300M113 (162) M113G3 (73) M113G3L (65)
Egypt2,650
Germany4,000
Greece2,162
YearHoldings
20061,750
Iran5,500
Iraq440
ex-US Army M113A2 armored vehicles ordered in 2010
Israel6,131
Italy3,000
Jordan1,000
M113A3
Kuwait270
YearHoldings
200589
Lebanon1,100
Lithuania354
YearHoldings
2013226
2012224
2011224
2010221
2009222
2008210
2007189
2006361
Netherlands?
YearHoldings
201316YPR 806 PRB?
201216YPR 806 PRB?
201050M-113 (25mm) C & V
200950M-113 (25mm) C & V
2008102M-113 (25mm) C & V
2007102M-113 (25mm) C & V
2006102
New Zealand?
YearHoldings
200622
Norway900
Pakistan3,500
M113 (1500) and Al-Talhas (2000)
Spain860
Taiwan650
Turkey3,317
United States of America10,000
YearHoldings
20146,000all models
20116,500M113A3
Yemen670

Grand Total 55,74655
Weapon Stations
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