CFB Borden, Ontario
Soft Skinned Vehicles on display at CFB Borden, Ontario
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Soft Skinned Vehicles on display at CFB Borden
Caterpillar D7 Bulldozer, Engineer Lines, CFB Borden.
Truck, ca 1950 Heavy Duty Wrecker, CZ112733, inside the museum.
(DND Photo via Mike Kaehler)
Truck, 5-ton M62 Wrecker, lifting a Cessna L-19A Bird Dog (Serial No. 16706) instructional airframe A745, at CFB Borden, 1973.
M816 5-ton wrecker (one of two).
M816 5-ton wrecker (second of two).
Willys MB 1/4-ton 4 x 4 Jeep, (Serial No. CM4231892), 808 Provost, inside the museum. The formation patch indicates this Jeep was part of the headquarters and miscellaneous troops of the First Canadian Army.
M-151 Truck, Utility, 1/4-ton, 4 X 4 (G838), MUTT, inside the museum.
Iltis ¼- ton Truck, (one of two). Military Police School grounds.
Mercedes 608D flatbed truck with an Iltis ¼- ton Truck, (second of two) on board, in front of the museum.
(Andre Blanchard Photo)
Dodge Utility truck prototype from the LSVW competition, in front of the museum.
(Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3930991)
Bandvagen BV-206 on operations 1988. Canadian troops taking part in Operation Anaconda in Afghanistan made good use of this vehicle, riding over rough mountainous terrain with full combat gear, allowing the men to avoid the exhaustion they would have felt moving on foot at such high altitudes and in such conditions.
Bandvagen BV-206s, RCE lines, CFB Borden.
Walter CP-4500 Fire Truck, on display at the CFB Borden airfield.
A pair of Military Motorcycles are preserved inside the museum, including two from the Second World War era, with one on display and a second preserved in its original packing crate.