Monday, 10 November 2014

Vehicles and equipment captured by the Islamic State inside Syria until November 2014


By Stijn Mitzer and Joost Oliemans

This list only includes captured vehicles and equipment of which photo or videographic evidence is available. Therefore, the amount of equipment captured by the Islamic State may be higher than recorded here.

Although some of the tanks and artillery fielded by the Islamic State in recent offensives such as Kobanê were captured from Brigade 93 and Regiment 121 respectively, a great deal of effort has been put into avoiding double listings.


As most the trucks captured at the various bases in Northern Syria were already derelict years before their capture, they're not included in the list. does not include complete wrecks or gate guards and derilict MiG-17s captured at Kshesh/Jirah airbase. 

 

 

Be sure to check out Lost Armour for more recent updates on armour losses inside Syria.

A list showing vehicles and equipment captured and operated by the Islamic State in Iraq can be found here.

(Click on the numbers to get a picture of each individual captured or destroyed vehicle)

Tanks (100)

 

Armoured fighting vehicles (9)

 

Infantry fighting vehicles (21)

 

Military engineering vehicles (4)

 

Trucks (15)

 

Jeeps (36)

 

Recoilless rifles (4)

 

Anti-tank missiles (24)


Towed artillery (54)

 

Self-propelled artillery (3)


Multiple rocket launchers (28)

 

Ballistic Missiles (1)

Anti-aircraft guns (100)

 

Self-propelled anti-aircraft guns (2)

 

MANPADS (7)

  

Static SAM systems (3)

 

Self-propelled SAM systems (1)

 

SAM missiles (14)

 

Radars (11)

  • 1 P-12 ''Spoon Rest A'': (1)
  • 1 P-14 ''Tall King'': (1)
  • 2 P-15 ''Flat Face A'': (1) (2)
  • 1 P-35/37 ''Bar Lock'': (1)
  • 3 PRV-13 ''Odd Pair'': (1 and 2) (3)
  • 1 RSP-7: (1)
  • 1 SNR-125 ''Low Blow'': (1)
  • 1 JY-27: (1)

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) (1)

  • 1 Phantom FC40: (1)

Aircraft (20)


Air-to-air missiles (14)

 

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