Deployed in 1954, The British “Saladin” Armored Vehicle was a widely used in The British Army during The Cold War. They supported both Infantry and “Cavalry” Scouting Missions. The weapon was another popular export to many Middle Eastern Nations. The “Saladin” weighed 11-Tons and was 13-feet long. It supported up to 8-inches of forward and rear mounted Armor Plating for Crew (3), protection. The primary Armament was a 3-Pound Gun and (3) Browning .30 Caliber Machine Guns. Using a Rolls-Royce 8-cylinder Engine, The ''Saladin” could travel 65-mph on open terrain. They are still widely deployed by many Middle Eastern Nations as Infantry Support Vehicles.