Armoured Corps

Armoured Corps

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7th Armored Brigade

  • 71st Battalion was in the 1948 Latrun Battles
  • 72nd Battalion was in the 1948 Latrun Battles
  • 73rd Battalion was in the 1948 Latrun Battles
  • 75th “Romach”/”Lance” Armor Battalion (Merkava Mk.4M)
  • 77th “Oz”/”Courage” Armor Battalion (Merkava Mk.4M)
  • 79th Battalion was in the 1948 Operation Hiram
  • 82nd “Gaash”/”Rage” Armor Battalion (Merkava Mk.4M)
  • 603th “Lahav”/”Blade” Armored Engineer Battalion
  • Palsar 7 – 356th Reconnaissance Company
  • Palhik 7 – 353rd “Hanit/Spear” Communications Company
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188th Armored Brigade

  • 53rd “Sufa” (Storm) Armor Battalion (Merkava Mk.3)
  • 71st “Reshef” (flash) Armor Battalion (Merkava Mk.3)
  • 74th “Saar” (Tempest) Armor Battalion (Merkava Mk.3)
  • 605th “haMahatz”(המח״ץ) (stands for breakthrough, laying mines, explosives and crossing ) Armored Engineer Battalion
  • Sayeret 188 Armored Reconnaissance Company
  • Anti-Tank Guided Missile Company
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401st Brigade

  • 9th “Eshet” Armor Battalion (Merkava Mk.4)
  • 46th “Shelah” Armor Battalion (Merkava Mk.4)
  • 52nd “Ha-Bok’im”/”The Breachers” Armor Battalion (Merkava Mk.4)
  • 601st “Asaf” Armored Engineer Battalion
  • 401st Reconnaissance Company
  • 298th “Eyal” Signal Company
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460th Brigade

  • 195th “Adam” Training Battalion with Merkava 4
  • 198th “Ezuz” Training Battalion with Merkava 3
  • 532nd “Shelah” Training Battalion with Merkava 4
  • 196th “Shahak” Tank Commanders Training Battalion
  • “Magen”/”Shield” Tank Instructors Training Battalion
Merkava IIA
AMX-13/75 IDF

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