Six Day War Weapons With the exception of Jordan, the Arabs relied principally on Soviet weaponry. Israeli weapons were mainly of Western origin. Its air force was composed principally of French aircraft while its armored units were mostly of British and American design and manufacture. Some infantry weapons, including the ubiquitous UZI, were of Israeli origin.

Type Arab armies IDF
AFVs Egypt, Syria and Iraq used T-34/85, T-54, T-55, T-62 and PT-76, as well as SU-100/152 WWII vintage self propelled guns. Jordan used M-47 , M-48 and M-48A1 Patton tanks. Panzer IV (used by Syria)[165][166] M50 and M51 Shermans, M48A3 Patton, Centurion , AMX-13. The Centurion was upgraded with the British 105 mm L7 gun, prior to the war. The Sherman also underwent extensive modifications including a larger 105mm medium velocity, French gun, redesigned turret, wider tracks, more armor and upgraded engine and suspension.
APCs/IFVs BTR-40, BTR-152, BTR-50, BTR-60 APC's M2/M3 Half-track
Artillery M1937 Howitzer, BM-21, D-30 (2A18) Howitzer, M1954 field gun, M-52 105mm self-propelled howitzer (used by Jordan) M50 self-propelled howitzer and Makmat 160 mm self-propelled mortar, Obusier de 155 mm Modèle 50 , AMX 105mm Self-Propelled Howitzer
Aircraft MiG-21, MiG-19, MiG-17, Su-7B, Tu-16, Il-28, Il-18, Il-14, An-12, Hawker Hunter used by Jordan and Iraq Dassault Mirage III, Dassault Super Mystère, Sud Aviation Vautour, Mystere IV , Dassault Ouragan, Fouga Magister trainer outfitted for attack missions, Nord 2501IS military cargo plane
Helicopters Mi-6, Mi-4 Super Frelon, Sikorsky S-58
AAW SA-2 Guideline, ZSU-57-2 Twin 57mm mobile anti-aircraft cannon MIM-23 Hawk, Bofors 40 mm
Infantry weapons Port Said submachinegun, AK-47, RPK, RPD, DShK HMG, and B-11 recoilless rifle Uzi, FN FAL, FN MAG, M2 Browning, Nord SS.10, RL-83 Blindicide anti-tank infantry weapon, Jeep mounted 106mm recoilless rifle