This is a list of the equipment used by the Belgian Land Component.
|Browning GP||9×19mm||Belgium||Standard issue sidearm. Almost completely phased out by the FN Five-seven|
|FN Five-seven mk2||5.7×28 mm||Belgium||Formerly issued to pilots and SFG members. Now entering service as the standard issue sidearm|
|Glock 17||9×19mm||Austria||Used by the SOBU and DAS.|
|FN Uzi||9×19mm||Israel Belgium||Made under license by FN Herstal and used as a personal defence weapon for Special Forces, Navy, and Medical personnel. Almost completely phased out by the FN P90|
|FN P90||5.7×28 mm||Belgium||Personal defence weapon used by medical component personnel and SFG - Special Operations Boat Unit|
|MP9||9×19mm||Switzerland||Used by DAS|
|Assault rifles, battle rifles and carbines|
|FN FNC||5.56×45mm||Belgium||Standard assault rifle of the Belgian Land Component to be replaced by the FN SCAR|
|FN F2000||5.56×45mm||Belgium||Used by SOR Pathfinders in limited quantities to serve alongside the FN SCAR|
|FN SCAR-L STD||5.56×45mm||Belgium||SCAR-L in use as the new standard service rifle|
|FN SCAR-L CQC||5.56×45mm||Belgium||Standard service rifle of the Belgian special forces group|
|FN SCAR-H CQC||7.62×51mm||Belgium||63 SCAR-H CQC ordered for special forces combat divers|
|FN SCAR-H PR||7.62×51mm||Belgium||287 SCAR-H PR rifles on order to replace the AW between 2015 and 2017|
|Accuracy International Arctic Warfare||7.62×51mm||United Kingdom||Almost completely replaced by a combination of SCAR-H PR, AXMC, and M107A1|
|Accuracy International AXMC||.338 LM||United Kingdom|
|Barrett M107A1||12.7×99mm||United States||59 delivered by the end of 2014|
|FN Minimi 5.56 Mk3 Tactical SB||5.56×45mm||Belgium||Standard issue LMG. Currently being updated to 'Mk3 Tactical SB' standards, featuring a shorter barrel, adjustable buttstock with shoulder rest, ergonomic railed handguard, new bipod assembly and cocking handle.|
|FN Minimi 7.62 Mk3||7.62×51mm||Belgium||The Belgian government signed a 2 million euro contract to replace all MAG's with 242 Minimi's chambered in 7.62×51mm.|
|FN MAG||7.62×51mm||Belgium||Standard general-purpose machine gun. To be replaced with 242 7.62×51mm chambered Minimi's|
|M2HB QCB||12.7×99mm||United States||Standard issue HMG|
|Remington 870||12-gauge||United States||In service since 2008|
|GL-1||40×46mm||Belgium||Used by regular infantry and Paracommando's mounted under FN F2000 rifles on a squad based level. Almost completely replaced by the FN40GL|
|FN40GL||40×46mm||Belgium||Used by special forces mounted under FN SCAR rifles. 507 on order to replace the F2000 on a squad based level|
|Heckler & Koch GMG||40×53mm||Germany||Mounted on the army's new Jankel FOX Rapid Reaction Vehicles|
|Anti-tank missile launchers|
|MILAN||115 mm||France||Will be replaced by Spike ATGM in the near future|
|Spike-MR||152 mm||Israel||66 new anti-tank missile systems are currently being delivered to replace the army's older MILAN ATGM.|
|Anti-tank rocket launchers|
|M72 LAW||66 mm||United States||Will be replaced by RGW 90 as the short range anti-tank weapon on a squad based level|
|RGW 90 HH||90 mm||Germany||111 short range anti-tank weapons are to be purchased in the near future.|
|120 RT Mortar||120 mm||France||About 30 in use|
|M1 Mortar||81 mm||United States||About 42 in use|
|M19 Mortar||60 mm||United States||About 60 used by the Paracommando Battalions for light fire support|
|LG1 Mark II Howitzer||105 mm||France||14 in use|
|Mecar M72 HE grenade||NA||Belgium||Fragmentation hand grenade|
|Mecar M93BG grenade||NA||Belgium||Rifle grenade for the FN FNC|
|M18 grenade||NA||United States||Smoke hand grenade|
|M6A2 Mine||NA||United States||Anti-tank mine|
|HAFLA||NA||Germany||Single-shot, disposable incendiary weapon|
|Direct fire support|
|EBRC Jaguar||France||Reconnaissance vehicle||0 of 60 delivered||60 vehicles ordered to replace the Piranha DF30 & DF90|
|Armoured personnel carriers|
|Piranha IIIC||Switzerland||Armoured fighting vehicle||138||Will be replaced by the VBMR Griffon from 2025|
|Pandur I||Austria||Armoured personnel carrier||59||44 vehicles are currently undergoing a mid-life update to extend the service-life until 2035, the vehicle will receive a ballistic armour upgrade, mine protection, Slat armour, a 12.7mm remote weapon station and an engine upgrade.
|VBMR Griffon||France||Armoured personnel carrier||0 of 417 delivered||417 ordered to replace the Piranha and Dingo 2|
|ATF Dingo 2 MPPV||Germany||Infantry mobility vehicle||218||Will be replaced by the VBMR Griffon from 2025.|
2 vehicles destroyed by IED in Mali in 2019
|Oshkosh CLV||United States||Infantry mobility vehicle||0 of 322 delivered||322 vehicles ordered to replace the Iveco LMV as the new command and liaison vehicle.
|Iveco LMV||Italy||Infantry mobility vehicle||439||Will be replaced bij the Oshkosh L-ATV. 80 vehicles will remain in service|
|Special operations regiment|
|Jankel FOX RRV||United Kingdom||Light rapid response vehicle - SOF||108||The RRV is based on the Toyota Land Cruiser, for use by the Specials Forces, includes a removable armour kit to increase ballistic and mine protection. The vehicles will be fitted with a 360° ring mount which can be armed with a 12.7mm machine gun or an automatic grenade launcher.|
|Jankel LTTV||United Kingdom||Light troop transport vehicle - SOF||199||199 vehicles ordered the replace the aging Unimog JACAM and Unimog 1350l of the SFG and Paracommando units. The LTTV is based on the Unimog U5000 platform. Will feature removable mission modules that enable the vehicle to be re-rolled for operational platform versatility. Alongside a fully integrated suite of military sub-systems that includes a removable ballistic protection kit, a Roll-Over-Protection-System (ROPS), weapon mounts and communications fit.
|Soframe HRV||France||Armoured recovery vehicle||0 of 28 delivered||28 vehicles ordered. Will be armed with FN DeFNder light RWS armed with a 7.62mm machine gun
|DAF CF||Netherlands||Light and Heavy truck||0 of 879 delivered||879 vehicles ordered. TATRA Defense Systems will produce the chassis in Czech Republic and DAF will produce cabins in Westerlo. A total of 352 DAF CF will be equipped with an advanced ballistic cabin, supplied by TATRA Defense Systems. Will replace the Volvo N10 6x6 and the Mercedes Unimog 4x4.
|Unimog 1.9T||Germany||Light truck||61||Will be replaced with the Volvo N10 by the new DAF 4x4 and 8x8 from 2022.
|Iveco M250||Italy||Medium heavy truck||400||350 with optional removable ballistic protection kits|
|Iveco ALC 8x4||Italy||Autonomous load carrier||149||In service since 2004|
|Mercedes-Benz Actros||Germany||Transport truck||60||In service since 2002|
|Renault Kerax||France||Tow truck||27||In service since 2001|
|Scania T144||Sweden||Heavy transport||26||In service since 2002|
|Groundhog||United Kingdom||Terrain vehicle||38||In service since 2009|
|M-Gator||United States||Light utility vehicle||Unknown||Used for medical evacuation|
- MAP - NATO :
- SP artillery
- Aircraft and helicopters
- See Belgian aircraft registration and serials
- "Belgian Defence Remington 870 fact sheet". Archived from the original on 12 April 2015. Retrieved 14 January 2015.
- Belgium selects Spike missile to replace Milan Archived 2017-06-29 at the Wayback Machine - Armyrecognition.com, January 3, 2013
- "Belgian Defense Information". European Defense Information. Armed Forces.co.uk. Archived from the original on 19 February 2015. Retrieved 22 April 2014.
- "Voertuigen". Archived from the original on 2016-06-28. Retrieved 2016-07-11.
- "Belgium to Buy French Scorpion AFVs for €1.1bn". Defense Alert. Archived from the original on 19 August 2017. Retrieved 26 June 2017.
- "Piranha FUS". Belgian Defence Forces. Retrieved 20 May 2020.