Leopard 2 – A mainstay of the German army, the Leopard 2 main battle tank is recognised among the very best in the world. Since entering service in 1979, following numerous upgrades, the Leopard 2 has proven its worth in the War in Afghanistan and the Syrian Civil War.

Puma – The Schutzenpanzer Puma infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) entered service in 2015. With its formidable armour, it is considered the best protected IFV in the world and also boasts unrivalled power-to-weight ratios.

Marder – Since the 1970s, the Marder has served as the primary weapon of the mechanised infantry division. Plans to replace the Marder took root in 2009, with the confirmation of production of Puma IFVs. According to sources, the Germany army will retain the vehicle until 2025.

TPz Fuchs – Originally deployed in 1971, by the West German Military, the TPz Fuchs is an armoured personnel carrier. It is a flexible vehicle offering multiple uses including transportation of troops, engineer transport, bomb disposal and electronic warfare.

Dingo 1/2 – the ATF Dingo is an infantry mobility vehicle which boasts an operational range of 1,000 km and a maximum speed over 90 km/h. Featuring a Rheinmetall MG3 7.62 mm machine gun as the standard armament, as part of upgrade packages, the Dingo now features fully remote-controlled weapons stations.

Fennek – The light armoured reconnaissance vehicle has been in the service of the German army since 2003. Featuring a Deutz diesel engine, it can achieve speeds of 115 km/h. Equipped with a thermal imager, laser rangefinder, GPS and inertial navigation system, the Fennek can mark and relay points of interest to a broader digital battlefield network.

M270 MLRS – The M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System was developed in collaboration by the UK, US, West Germany, France and Italy. Initially intended for shoot-and-scoot tactics, in the event of a Cold War conflagration in Europe, a 2006 update allowed it to fire guided rounds making it a point target artillery system.