|Leopard 2Thursday, November 24, 2011|
The Leopard 2 is a main battle tank developed by Krauss-Maffei in the early 1970s for the West German Army. The tank first entered service in 1979 and succeeded the earlier Leopard 1 as the main battle tank of the German Army.
|Leopard C2Friday, May 27, 2011|
The C2 is an updated Leopard 1A5, which was developed in Germany in the 1980s. This tank deploys with a crew of four, including a commander, a driver, a gunner and a radio operator/loader.
|CoyoteThursday, May 26, 2011|
The Coyote is a vital component of the army's leading-edge battlefield systems. This highly mobile, well-armed and well-protected reconnaissance variant of the Light Armoured Vehicle family is employed in the conduct of battlefield reconnaissance...
|G WagonThursday, May 26, 2011|
The G Wagon is a light utility vehicle equipped with the latest technical innovations. It is the vehicle of choice for military applications in armies around the world, including the United States, Germany, and France...
|Bison Armoured VehicleFriday, May 20, 2011|
The Bison is an eight-wheeled armoured vehicle originally designed as an infantry section carrier.
|Heavy Logistic Vehicle WheeledFriday, May 27, 2011|
The Heavy Logistic Vehicle Wheeled (HLVW) provides the Army with a heavy lift transport capability.
|HuskyFriday, May 27, 2011|
The Husky will be life-extended and will continue to be used as a maintenance and recovery vehicle for the Wheeled Light Armoured Vehicle Fleet.
|M113 A3Friday, May 27, 2011|
The M113 is being refurbished and upgraded into nine new variants of mechanized support vehicles.
|Light Support Vehicle WheeledFriday, May 27, 2011|
The Light Support Vehicle Wheeled (LSVW) replaced the old army fleet of 5/4 ton trucks procured in 1976 and commercial utility cargo vehicles bought in the early 1980s.
|LAV III - Light Armoured VehicleFriday, May 27, 2011|
This fast, well-armed LAV III is a state-of-the-art troop carrier that will serve the needs of mounted infantry well into the new century.
|C6Thursday, November 24, 2011|
The C6 is a general purpose machine gun (GPMG) and is issued in substantial numbers to combat arms units. The C6 is a fully automatic, air cooled, belt fed gas operated weapon that can be adjusted to fire between 650 and 1000 rounds per minute.
|C7A1Thursday, November 24, 2011|
The C7A1 assault rifle is an improved version of the basic C7 combat rifle, incorporating a low-mounted optical sight. It is a Canadian adaptation of a U.S. firearm known as the M16A1E1.
|C8Thursday, November 24, 2011|
The C8 assault carbine is a compact version of the standard C7 rifle. The C8 features a telescoping butt-stock and a shortened barrel, while retaining all normal placement of common parts to the C7.
|C9A1Thursday, November 24, 2011|
The C9A1 is a C9 Light machine-gun with an optical sight attached. The Minimi (a contraction of Mini-Mitrailleuse, or mini machine-gun) is fully automatic, gas operated and belt or magazine fed. It has an effective range of 600 metres.
|C13Thursday, November 24, 2011|
The C13 is the standard issue grenade of the Canadian Army.
|The Browning 9mm PistolThursday, November 24, 2011|
The Browning 9-mm pistol is carried by officers and soldiers who require a sidearm that can be rapidly drawn and fired, even in confined spaces.
|M72Thursday, November 24, 2011|
The M72 is a light, anti-armour weapon that can be used by a single soldier to destroy enemy combat vehicles and fortifications.
|TOWThursday, November 24, 2011|
The Tube launched Optically tracked Wire guided (TOW) missile system is the primary long range anti-tank weapon for the army.
|EryxThursday, November 24, 2011|
Eryx is the army's Short Range Anti-Armour Weapon (Heavy) or SRRAW (H). It is a portable system consisting of a firing post, which includes a day sight and thermal imager, a tripod, and the missile in a disposable launch tube.
|Light Assault RadioThursday, November 24, 2011|
The Light Assault Radio, or AN/PRC-521, is a modern, lightweight, tactical assault VHF Radio. It is soldier friendly, easily maintained and highly portable.
|Combat Net Radio (Primary)Thursday, November 24, 2011|
The Combat Net Radio (Primary), or CNR(P), is a state-of-the-art, secure digital radio designed for twenty-first century battlefield operations. It is a VHF FM-radio, which can be operated in fixed frequency or frequency-hopping mode.
|Tactical Command and Control Communications System (TCCCS)Thursday, November 24, 2011|
The TCCCS replaced old radio equipment used by the Army with the state-of-the-art Iris Digital Communications System. (TCCCS is the name of the overall project, while Iris is the name of the actual communications system)