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Mark V tank
WWI ended while the 1st Canadian Tank Battalion was still training in Mark V tanks in the U.K. Shortly after the war ended, the tanks were returned to the British.

Mark V*
Carden Loyd tankette
12 used by Canadian Armoured Fighting Vehicle School in a training role from 1931.

Basistyp Carden-Loyd
Vickers Light Tank Mk VI
12 delivered in 1938, Pre WWII machine gun equipped light tank (some retained for driver training in Canada early in WWII)

Vickers Light Tank Mk VI (1/76)
Acquired by Canada on an emergency basis early in WWII (used as a tank trainer in Canada)

Renault FT.17 (1/76)
Valentine tank
First Canadian built tank (most sent to the Soviet Union under Lend Lease a small number remained in Canada for training crews)

Valentine Mk3, Valentine Mk II,III,IX, Valentine Mk II
Matilda Infantry Tank Mark II
Acquired in small numbers from British stocks to train crews in the U.K. prior to the arrival of the Ram Tank from Canada (Did not see action with the RCAC)

Matilda II
M3 Lee
Acquired in small numbers from British stocks to train crews in the U.K. prior to the arrival of the Ram Tank from Canada (Did not see action with the RCAC)

M3 Lee / Grant (1/76)
Tank Cruiser, Ram Mk I, II
Canadian indigenous tank design based on the M3 (superseded by the Sherman tank as standard equipment in the RCAC but the Badger variant did see action as a flame thrower tank in NW Europe) The Ram tanks main contribution to the war effort was to fully equip armoured units in Canada and the U.K. with a modern tank to conduct essential tactical training prior to re-equipping with Sherman tanks for the invasions in Italy and Normandy).

Ram Mk.II (1/76)
Ram Kangaroo

Ram Kangaroo
Ram Op/Command, GPO
Command and Observation vehicle

Sexton Mk II
Churchill tank
Issued to Canadian Tank brigades it saw action at Dieppe, Italy, Normandy and NW Europe.

Churchill Mk.IV, Churchill Mk.I
Honey light tank
Used as a Recce Tank throughout the WWII campaigns. The updated Stuart tank known as the M5 and some turretless versions were also used.

M3A1 Stuart / Honey (1/76), M5A1 Late, Stuart Recce
Grizzly I cruiser
Canadian-built M4A1 Sherman tank with modifications (production in Canada halted when U.S. factories overwhelmingly produced enough Sherman tanks for the U.S. and its allies).

Ähnlicher Typ M4A1 (76mm) Sherman mit Sandsäcken
Sherman M4A1 tank
U.S.-built, issued on a very large scale (mostly M4A4 or known as Sherman V in Canadian service) it became the standard medium tank in the Canadian Army during WWII replacing the Ram tank (some remained in Army Reserve service and were used for training during the post war years until replaced by the Canadian version of the M4A3E8.

M4A1 (76mm) Sherman mit Sandsäcken, Sherman M4A1 (1/76)
Sherman Firefly
bolstered Canadian armoured formations giving them the firepower needed to defeat German Tiger and Panther tanks late in the Second World War. It was based on the US M4 Sherman but fitted with the powerful 3-inch (76.2 mm) calibre British 17-pounder anti-tank gun as its main weapon.

Sherman Firefly (1/76)
Sherman 'Easy Eight' M4A2(76) W HVSS
Canadian nomenclature for the excellent M4A3E8, 294 were purchased by the Canadian government in 1947 for Korean War service. They were equipped with the long barrelled 76mm High Velocity gun. E8 referred to the revised hull fitted with HVSS Horizontal volute spring suspension giving a much better ride and so was nicknamed the 'Easy Eight". Canadians fought these tanks with distinction in the Korean War (afterwards they were replaced by the Centurion tank in the regular force but they lasted into the early 1970s with some reserve force units in Canada).

M4A3E8 Easy Eight
Grizzly with 4x20mm AA

Skink (1/76)
M10 Tank Destroyer also mounting the British 17
ounder anti-tank gun (or M7 3-inch (76.2 mm) Gun as it was called by the Americans) in a rotating turret on a modified M4A2 Sherman tank chassis. The M10 was issued to Canadian Anti-Tank units in NW Europe.

M10 Tank Hunter
Staghound Armoured Car
Although the Canadian Army used various machine gun and cannon armed light armoured cars in WWII as scout cars, the Staghound Armoured car with a turret mounted 37 mm main gun was the only heavy armoured car employed by Armoured Car and Reconnaissance regiments in the NW Europe campaign. The Staghound's were deployed for flank security, protecting lines of communication and in the screening force where they fought in the recce role. Some Staghounds remained in Army Reserve service and were used for training during the post war years.

Staghound Mk I Tulip (T17E1)
M24 Chaffee light tank
32 were ordered in 1947 for recce duties.

M24 Chaffee (1/76)
Centurion Tank
Canada Initially ordered 274 Mk 3 Tanks, plus 9 Armoured Recovery Vehicles and 4 Bridge-layers and additional orders followed. Acquired for NATO use, most served with 4 CMBG in Germany and some served in Canada with units of the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps from 1952 to 1977. The Mk 5 (upgunned to 105 mm) were used later. Towards the end of their service the Mk 5 and Mk 11's were used as combat tanks and the earlier Mk 3 was retained as a training tank. From 1969 to 1970 the Canadian Army lists 77 tanks based in Germany (mostly Mk 5 and Mk 11's) and the remainder in Canada (60 at CFB Wainwright AB, 59 at CFSD Longpointe PQ, 46 at CFB Gagetown NB, 30 at CFB Borden, 29 at CFB Meaford ON, 27 at CFB Calgary AB, 12 at CFB Petawawa ON, 6 at RCEME School Kingston ON and 1 at the LETE Test Establishment Orleans, CFB Ottawa ON) for a total of 347 Tanks (including 120 Mk 5's, 3 Mk 5 Recovery tanks and some Mk 11's with IR and ranging guns fitted). Replaced by Leopard C1 MBT and to a limited extent, AVGP Cougars were intended (as a cost saving measure) to replace the earlier Marks of Centurions that had been used for the training role in Canada. Many of the tanks were sold to Israel which converted them to diesel. Some are still in use as variants.

Centurion Mk.3
Ferret Armoured Car
124 Ferret Armoured cars were operated by Canadian Armoured Recce units from 1954 to 1981. Canada purchased Mk1's but some Mk2's were also acquired from BAOR stocks in Germany. They were replaced by the Lynx with some retained for reserve training.
Lynx reconnaissance vehicle
The Canadian Forces accepted 174 vehicles from 1968, replacing their Ferret armoured cars. Lynx was issued to the reconnaissance squadron of an armoured regiment (D Sqn). Consisting of three troops, each equipped with seven Lynxes—three two-vehicle patrols plus the troop leader's vehicle. In addition, nine Lynxes equipped the reconnaissance platoon of an infantry battalion's combat support company. The commander operates a M2HB from the M26 manually traversed heavy machine gun cupola from inside the vehicle. The rear-facing observer operates the radio and fires the pintle-mounted 7.62mm machine gun. In 1993 they were withdrawn from service and replaced by the Coyote.
Cougar AVGP
manufactured at GM Diesel Division in London, ON (now part of General Dynamics Land Systems) the AVGP was the first Canadian built AFV in service since the Second World War. The amphibious Cougar was a direct Fire Support Vehicle (Wheeled) FSV(W) variant of the Armoured Vehicle General Purpose. It was based on the Swiss MOWAG 6X6 Piranha hull with a 76 mm main gun mounted in a British FV101 Scorpion Tank turret. Cougars entered service in the late 1970s in Canadian based regular and reserve Armoured Recce Regiments.
Coyote Armoured Reconnaissance Vehicle
A Canadian produced eight-wheeled armoured reconnaissance vehicle based on the LAV-25, 203 in service by 1996.
Leopard 1 Main Battle Tank

Ähnlicher Typ Leopard 1A4
Leopard C2 Main Battle Tank

Ähnlicher Typ Leopard 1A4
Leopard 2 Main Battle Tank

Leopard 2A4, Leopard 2A6
Armoured Reconnaissance Vehicle. - Received 2016

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Crossley M25 Japan Armoured Car 2587 Dowa

Loyd Carrier
M3 Halftrack

M3A1 White Halftrack (1/76)

M29 Weasel
Chevrolet C15

Otter Light Recon Car
Universal Carrier

Universal Carrier II


Mark IV Tadpole w/ Mortar

M113A1, M113A2


VW Iltis Typ 183


AEC Matador

AEC Matador (1/76)
CMP Truck

Chevrolet C15A, General Service Cab 13


DUKW (1/76)

M29 Weasel


Bofors 40mm

Flak 61-K 3,7cm Russland


BL 8-inch Howitzer Mk VI

BL 5.5-inch Medium Gun (1/76)


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