A column of Priest Kangaroos on the move troops forward in Normandy during August The leading vehicle was built with the three-piece final drive housing, heavy duty bogies with trailing return rollers and rubber chevron tracks.
Lance Corporal A. Burton and Lance Corporal L. Barnett of British 6th Airborne Division at a road junction near Ranville France 7 June 1944. Note Horsa glider in background.
Members of 5 Combat Engineer Regiment move a light armoured vehicle by using a medium raft during Exercise SAPEUR INTRÉPIDE in the training areas of CFC Valcartier in Courcelette, Quebec on September 29, 2017. #ExSAPEURINTRÉPIDE #CAF #CanadianArmy #StrongProudReady #LAV
Priest Kangaroos formed up with infantry prior to the Canadian Infantry Division attack on Boulogne, 17 September, The Priest Kangaroos still lack the cal HMG, and are sporting their original artillery tactical signs. Behind the are SP anti-tank guns.