Bison Armoured Vehicle

The Bison is a multi-purpose support vehicle for LAV III, with variants that can act as ambulances or electronic warfare vehicles.

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BV 206 Tracked Carrier

The BV 206 is the Army’s highly mobile, amphibious personnel carrier, capable of travelling in a variety of conditions.

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Coyote Armoured Vehicle

The Coyote is a durable, reconnaissance vehicle capable of withstanding intense amounts of gunfire.

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G Wagon - Light Utility Vehicle Wheeled

The G Wagon provided tactical transport in the fields of command and control, liaison, reconnaissance and military police.

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Leopard 2 Family of Vehicles

The Leopard, the Army’s heavily armoured main battle tank, is equipped with large amounts of firepower and mobility.

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Light Armoured Vehicle (LAV) 6.0

The Light Armoured Vehicle (LAV) 6.0 is the Army’s primary infantry fighting vehicle.

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Light Support Vehicle Wheeled (LSVW)

The Light Armoured Vehicle (LAV) III Upgrade is replacing the LAV III as the Army’s primary infantry fighting vehicle.

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Medium Support Vehicle System (MSVS)

The Medium Support Vehicle System (MSVS) are medium-capacity logistics trucks used to transport personnel and equipment

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Tactical Armoured Patrol Vehicle (TAPV)

The Tactical Armoured Patrol Vehicles (TAPV) is a wheeled combat vehicle that can fulfill a variety of roles on the battlefield, including reconnaissance, surveillance, security, command and control activities, and the armoured transport of personnel.

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Heavy Logistics Vehicle Wheeled (HLVW)

The Heavy Logistics Vehicle Wheeled (HLVW) fleet is the Canadian Army’s heavyweight trucks used to transport combat supplies, troops, cargo, and spare parts. .

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Tracked Light Armoured Vehicle (TLAV)

The high-performance Tracked Light Armoured Vehicle (TLAV) provides a tracked command and control, ambulance, and maintenance and recovery support capability for the Canadian Army.

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The Husky

The Husky is used to detect possible threats.

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The Buffalo

The Buffalo uses its extendable arm to physically expose the potential target for verification.

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The Cougar

The Cougar transports the Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) operators and their equipment.

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