Rare Weapons of Nigeria – African Military’s


Rare Weapons of Nigeria – African Military’s
Nigerian Armored Vehicles – ( #Youtube TV )
Igirigi MRAP – http://defence-blog.com/army/made-in-nigeria-igirigi-armoured-personnel-carriers.html

[TECHNOLOGY] Igirigi Armoured Personnel Carrier statistics made public. from AlternativeWP

Proforce Pf1 – https://beegeagle.wordpress.com/2013/07/15/technology-transfer-at-proforce-defence/
Innoson Motors IVM G-12 Special Purpose Vehicles
Ekiti-Obasa Brothers APC from 2009
IPV or Infantry Patrol Vehicles – https://www.africanmilitaryblog.com/2017/12/nigerian-army-locally-made-infantry.html
The Pf1 is very similar to the Malaysian DEFTEC AV4 that never entered production Source: Proforce Defence

Nigeria’s Proforce Defence is currently developing the Pf1 light armoured vehicle aimed at the local military and police markets.

Bimbola Owojori, the head of business development at Proforce, told IHS Jane’s that the Pf1 prototype will be launched soon.

According to information provided by Proforce, the LAV features an all-welded steel monocoque hull that in its basic form provides ballistic protection to STANAG 4569 Level 2 standard but can be upgraded to Level 4. Mine protection is to STANAG 4569 Level 2a but can be upgraded to Level 2b.

The baseline Pf1 has a typical combat weight of 7.85 tonnes and can carry eight dismounts and a crew of two. – http://www.nairaland.com/1512158/nigeria-now-producing-armoured-vehicles/2
AMEBO-1 , 2 &3 – http://www.nairaland.com/1357639/nigeria-acquires-drones/1
Gulma Drone – https://www.naija.ng/54756.html
These are all the Weapons Made in Nigeria.
NNS Andoni (P100)- Seaward Defence Boat from 2012
NNS Karaduwa (P102) – Seaward Defence Boat from 2016
NNS SDBII – Seaward Defence Boat from 2016
National Anthem of Nigeria – Arise Oh Compatriots, Nigeria’s Call Obey
Biafra War of 1967 – 1970 – http://www.nairaland.com/3314515/biafran-technology-inventions-display-umuahia
Scorpion Bazooka Tank Improvised Wheeled Armoured Tank Destroyer from 1967 Main Armament – 1x 90mm D921-GIAT F1 Gun Armor – Unknown – Speed – 100 kmh – 65 MPH Crew – 3 to 4
Ogbunigwe (Mass Killer) Anti-Personnel Trip-Wire Mines – http://www.odogwublog.com/2017/04/biafran-weapons-of-war-displayed-in.html
Ojukwu mortar
Ojukwu air launch weapon system (air drop bomb)
Ojukwu bucket and others
Ojukwu anti-mines (made like vehicle hydraulic jack),
Type A1 – https://www.flickr.com/photos/130925612@N04/albums/72157652067056681
Type A2
Type A3 – https://www.flickr.com/photos/130925612@N04/albums/72157652068374211
Type A4 – https://www.flickr.com/photos/130925612@N04/albums/72157652009635696
Type A5 – https://www.flickr.com/photos/130925612@N04/albums/72157651616363637
Type D –
A Visit to the National War Museum Umuahia
by National War Museum Umuahia
Biafran Armoured Car (Red Devil) Type C – https://www.flickr.com/photos/130925612@N04/albums/72157652079542115
pilot boat EKWERE
gun-boat (NNS Ibadan