Giza wanzer 00

Giza in FM4

The Giza is a wanzer model that appeared in all main series installments except Front Mission 3. It was also featured in Front Mission Online and Front Mission Evolved. Similar to Frost, it is one of the most iconic wanzer model in the series. It is produced by the Leonora Enterprise of O.C.U. Australia.


It was often seen equipped with shoulder weapons and repair backpacks. These is probably due to the fact that the Giza wanzer and its variants are characterized by very high output, rendering it capable of being equipped with shoulder weapons or repair backpacks, the two heaviest classes equipment known in the series. However, unlike most high-output models, Giza also has decent mobility and armour. This means that it is capable of supporting frontline allies, who, due to their position, are the ones who are most likely to need emergency repair. Giza seems to be widely employed by many military units, since the wanzer model was seen in Front Mission First to be used by both the O.C.U. and U.C.S. in the Huffman Island. In later installment, it was also seen to be under control of pilots from many parts of the world.

The Giza has a branch series named Bes, as seen in Front Mission 5: Scar of War.


  • O.C.U. Huffman, primarily as mechanics and missileers (Front Mission First, Online)
  • U.S.N. Huffman (Front Mission First, Online)
  • Alordesh State Army (Front Mission 2)
  • O.C.U. Cambodia, primarily as mechanics (Front Mission 5)
  • Grimnir, primarily as mechanics (Front Mission 5)


  • Giza (Front Mission First, 2, 4, 5, Online, 2089, Evolved)
  • Giza Mk. 2 (Front Mission Evolved)

    Giza in FMO

  • Gize (Front Mission Online)
  • Giza 2 (Front Mission 4, 5)
  • Giza 2A (Front Mission 4)
  • Giza 4C (Front Mission 2)
  • Giza 4G (Front Mission 2)
  • Giza 5A (Front Mission 2)
  • Giza 5S (Front Mission 2)
  • Giza Light Weight (Front Mission 5)
  • Bes A (Front Mission 5)
  • Bes B (Front Mission 5)

Known PilotsEdit


  • The Giza model is named after a city in Egypt. Interesting, its variant "Bes" is named after an Egyptian deity.
  • Basalt Corporation of EC Italy has obtained a license to manufacture and sell the model under the same name.