List of equipment of the Armed Forces of Yonderre

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Ground Forces

Rifles

Name Type Caliber Magazine capacity Years in service Notes Picture
Fusil Verrou mle 1871 Bolt action rifle 10.3x41mm Verrou Six rounds 1871-1899 Last blackpowder rifle in Yonderian service Repetierstutzer Vetterli 1871.jpg
Fusil Arcaneux mle 1889 Straight-pull bolt action rifle 7.75x60mm Yonderre Twelve rounds 1889-1923 First Yonderian rifle chambered for a smokeless cartridge
First Yonderian rifle with a straight-pull action
Schmidt-Rubin M1889 (parabellum pl).jpg
Fusil Arcaneux mle 1918 Straight-pull bolt action rifle 7.75x60mm Yonderre Six rounds 1918-1955 Mq. 31.JPG
FNC FAR Battle rifle 7.75x60mm Yonderre 24 rounds 1948-1987 Fusil d'Assaut Roussault mle 1948 F ass 57.JPG
FAMAG Assault rifle 7.75x42mm Remaniement 30 rounds 1978-present Fusil d'Assaut de la Manufacture d'Armes de Gabion RK95.jpg

Machine guns

Name Type Caliber Years in service Notes Picture
Mitrailleuse Masenne mle 1902 Light machine gun 7.75x60mm Yonderre 1902-1962 First Yonderian light machine gun Madsen light machine gun 1.JPG
Mitrailleuse mle 1955 Machine gun 7.75x60mm Yonderre 1955-present Produced under license from Urcea BundeswehrMG3.jpg

Submachine guns

Name Type Caliber Years in service Notes Picture
PMB-49 Submachine gun 9×19mm 1949-1989 Produced under license from Burgundie Submachine gun MAT 49.jpg
PMU-72 Submachine gun 9×19mm 1972-present Originally produced by Royal Hunting and Munitions Company,
production rights acquired by AMG in 1988
Heckler & Koch MP5-2.jpg

Anti-tank weapons

Name Type Caliber Years in service Notes Picture
47mm Carneaux mle 32 Anti-tank gun 47x380mm 1932-1947 Remained in service as the primary armament of AMG-34 and AMS-35 until 1950 and 1956 respectively 1938 Swedish-Danish 37mm antitank gun pic2.JPG
FAC mle 36 Anti-tank rifle 24x139mm 1936-present Phased out of general use in the 1950s,
still used occasionally as a super heavy anti-material rifle
Tankbüchse Mod 1941 D2.8566.jpg
75mm CAC mle 42 Anti-tank gun 75x714mm 1942-1965 CAC mle 42.png
ACR mle 46 Rocket-propelled grenade 88mm 1946-1972 Produced under license from Urcea Raketenpanzerbüchse 54 RPzB 54.jpg
MAC mle 58 Anti-tank guided missile 165mm 1958-1987 Swedish Navy tests the Nord Aviation SS.11 in 1958 V17007.jpg
ACR mle 66 Rocket-propelled grenade 72mm 1966-2012 Single-shot disposable RPG Tula State Museum of Weapons (79-59) (cropped) RPG-18.jpg
ACR mle 80 Rocket-propelled grenade 105mm 1980-2025 RPG-29 USGov.JPG
ACR mle 07 Rocket-propelled grenade 112mm 2007-present Single-shot disposable RPG Apilas Lippujuhlan päivä 2014.JPG
MAC mle 82 Anti-tank guided missile 125mm 1982-present Compatible with AMG mle 1982 cannon of AMY-82 and AMY-16 MBTs Стрельба-ПТРК-перенос.jpg
ACR mle 12 Rocket-propelled grenade 105mm 2012-present ACR mle 12.png
MAC mle 25 Anti-tank guided missile 152mm 2025-present Корнет - Контрольная проверка курсантов Учебного центра боевого применения ракетных войск и артиллерии 07.jpg

Armoured personnel carriers/Infantry fighting vehicles

Name Type Main armament Years in service Notes Picture
AMY-VCI Armoured personnel carrier 12.7mm AMG mle 26 1952-1964 APC based on the AMY-13t light tank AMX-VCI-latrun-2.jpg
AMG-60 Infantry fighting vehicle 20mm Masenne mle 38/56 1960-2001 AMX-10P in the Musée des Blindés, France, pic-2.JPG
AMG-90 Infantry fighting vehicle 30mm FNC mle 56/88 1990-present CV9030 finnish.png

Utility vehicles

Name Type Number in service Years in service Notes Picture
VBL Kossaque Light armoured car
Light reconnaissance vehicle
1,274 2005-present Museumpark Harskamp3.JPG

Tanks

Tank name Type Main armament Years in service Notes Picture
CdC mle 1930 Light tank 2x 7.75mm Masenne mle 1902 1930-1940 First tank introduced following years of studying foreign designs Strv m37.JPG
AMG-34 Light tank 47mm Carneaux mle 32 1934-1950 Introduced to replace CdC mle 1930 AMC-35-Saumur.00044pa3.jpg
AMS-35 Cavalry tank 47mm Carneaux mle 32 1935-1956 Also known as 'Somua' SOMUA S 35, Tanks in the Musée des Blindés, France, pic-1.JPG
CdC mle 1948 Medium tank 75mm gun 1948-1965 Bought from Urcean stocks to replace the AMS-35 Somua Bovington Tank Museum- The Panther Tank (geograph 4327606).jpg
AMY-13t Light tank 75mm FNC mle 49

upgunned to 90mm FNC mle 49/54
upgunned to 105mm FNC mle 49/62

1949-1989 Introduced to replace the AMG-34, relegated to airborne and specialized roles by AMY-25t Panzermuseum Thun - Leichter Panzer 51 (AMX 13) 01.jpg
AMY-25t Light tank 90mm FNC mle 49/54

upgunned to 105mm FNC mle 49/62

1954-1982 Introduced to replace the AMY-13t in the role of heavy recon and deep exploitation AMY25t.png
AMY-58 Main battle tank 105mm AMG mle 55 1958-1992 Introduced to replace the CdC mle 1948 AMX30 afar.jpg
AMY-82 Main battle tank 125mm AMG mle 82 1982-2023 Introduced to replace the AMY-58 AMX-40, Tanks in the Musée des Blindés, France, pic-1.JPG
AMY-16 Main battle tank 125mm AMG mle 82/16 2016-present Current MBT, replaced the AMY-82 T-16 EXPO.png

Army of the Air

Aircraft name Type Years in service Number in service Manufacturer Notes Picture
FS-72 Attack aircraft 1972-present 92 Fabrique de Sainte-Catherine Будни авиагруппы ВКС РФ на аэродроме Хмеймим в Сирии (3).jpg
FS-92 Multi-role combat aircraft
Air superiority fighter
1992-present 108 Fabrique de Sainte-Catherine Su-27SM3 in flight, Celebration of the 100th anniversary of Russian Air Force.jpg
FS-14 Strike fighter 2014-present 75 Fabrique de Sainte-Catherine MAKS2015part1-10 (cropped).jpg
FS-38 Multi-role combat aircraft
Air superiority fighter
2038-present n/a Fabrique de Sainte-Catherine Sukhoi T-50 Maksimov.jpg

Yonderian Marine