Outdoor Exhibits

Armoured Fighting Vehicles
  • M-3 STUART LIGHT TANK
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    Development of M-3 Stuart tank started in the early...
  • M-4 SHERMAN MEDIUM TANK
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    M-4 Sherman was accepted for production in September 1941...
  • CENTURION MARK – 2
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    Centurion Tank development began in the UK during 1943...
  • M4A5 – SHERMAN (75MM)
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    Tank M4A5 - Sherman was an improved version of...
  • AMX-13 LIGHT TANK
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    The design work on the AMX-13 began in 1946....
  • M4A2 SHERMAN (76MMW)
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    This Sherman tank was an improved version of the...
  • TANK T-34/85
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    Famously known as the best tank of World War...
  • M-24 CHAFFEE LIGHT TANK
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    This light tank was produced in USA by both...
  • M-47 GENERAL GEORGE S. PATTON- MEDIUM TANK
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    In the Korean War during 1950, US combat commanders...
  • M-48 GENERAL GEORGE S. PATTON- MEDIUM TANK
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    A prototype medium tank successor to the M-47 was...
  • FERRET ARMOURED CAR
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    The ferret was developed by M/S Daimler shortly after...
  • SEXTON 25 POUNDER- SELF PROPELLED GUN
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    In 1943 the British Army asked Canada to design...
  • M7 HOWITZER MOTOR CARRIAGE (PRIEST)
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    These guns were designed in 1941 and produced by...
  • M19 GUN MOTOR CARRIAGE
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    It was during World War -II that multiple gun...

Along the side and rear of the museum, an outdoor display chronologically lays out armoured fighting vehicles from Pakistan Army’s first tank to field artillery, anti-aircraft guns/ howitzers and engineers equipment, some of which are captured war trophies.