Self-Propelled Guns have gone on to see standardization in many militaries around the world, each system capable of sustained fire rates of conventional or nuclear-tipped warheads. Today, every major national army fortifies their respective armored divisions with a healthy collection of self-propelled artillery systems. Systems on order as of 2013 are not taken into account.
SPG strength data through 2012.
Sources: US Library of Congress; CIA.gov/CIA World Factbook; EIA.gov; wikipedia.com; energy.eu; SIPRI.org. Some values estimated based on factors available when official sources are lacking.
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