Vehículo Blindado de Combate de Infantería VBCI-E General Yagüe

Vehículo Blindado de Combate de Infantería VBCI-E General Yagüe, illustrated by Ardhya 'Vesp' Anargha, funded by our Patreon campaign.
The Vehículo Blindado de Combate de Infantería VBCI-E General Yagüe was a Spanish APC/IFV paper project from the 1960s.

Camiones Protegidos Modelo 1921

The Camiones Protegidos Modelo 1921, or M-21 for short, served with distinction in the Rif War and would be Spain’s only armored car for over a decade. 

Renault FT in the Service of the Kingdom of Spain

Spain first purchased Renault FTs in 1919 and would buy more to use during the Rif War after the Disaster at Annual.

Blindado Romeo

In 1921, Spanish journalist and politician Leopoldo Romeo designed a vehicle bearing his name to solve Spain's woes in North Africa.

Blindado tipo ZIS (UNL-35)

The Blindado tipo ZIS was the most widespread Republican armored car in the Spanish Civil War. It is the often mistakenly designated UNL-35.

Vehículo de Combate Lanza Cohetes (VCLC)

Not wanting to miss out on the MLRS craze, Argentina developed its own system based on the TAM, which would become the VCLC.

Vehículo de Combate Recuperador Tanques (VCRT)

One of the least successful conversions of the TAM family was the armored recovery vehicle, Vehículo de Combate Recuperador Tanques, or VCRT.

Prototipo Trubia

Spain has long depended on foreign military technology, but there have always been those who enthusiastically wanted to create indigenous designs.

Vehículo de Combate Puesto de Comando (VCPC)

A command vehicle to coordinate the units of the Ejército Argentino was needed, the Vehículo de Combate Puesto de Comando (VCPC).

Vehículo de Combate Amunicionador (VCAmun)

Argentina converted the Tanque Argentino Mediano chassis into the Vehículo de Combate Amunicionador (VCAmun) in order to supply the VCA.