Kangaroo – seria transporterów opancerzonych konstrukcji kanadyjskiej z okresu II wojny światowej, powstałych w wyniku przebudowy podwozi dział samobieżnych M7 Priest, czołgów Ram i M4 Sherman, a w mniejszych ilościach także Churchill i Centaur
The fighting in the Reichswald wore on and took an incredible toll in both Allied and German casualties. On March 2, 1945, British soldiers prepare to board Kangaroo troop carriers for the assault on the German town of Kervenheim, three miles south of Udem, another key town that had to be taken during the sluggish advance toward the Ruhr.
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.
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.