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A T 17E1 Staghound armoured car in the Prairie Command Display.

A T 17E1 Staghound armoured car on exhibit with the Prairie Command Display. Reg Riddle is in the turret. In the summer of 1952, Roland Pivert accompanied the Prairie Command Display, a collection of military technology and equipment, through Northwestern Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

A bren gun or universal carrier on parade with the Prairie Command .

A bren gun or universal carrier on parade in front of the Dominion Motors in Saskatoon. In the summer of 1952, Roland Pivert accompanied the Prairie Command Display, a collection of military technology and equipment, through Northwestern Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan. This piece of equipment was borrowed from the Saskatoon Light Infantry.

A riverside camp in Exercise Sweetbriar, Yukon.

Tents set up beside a river in Exercise Sweetbriar. Exercise Sweetbriar involved 5,300 Canadian and American soldiers and airmen. The scenario was that an enemy had seized Alaska and the combat team was assigned to secure the Alaska highway and its airfields from Whitehorse to Northway in Alaska.

An amphibious vehicle in the Prairie Command Display.

An amphibious vehicle on exhibit with the Prairie Command Display. In the summer of 1952, Roland Pivert accompanied the Prairie Command Display, a collection of military technology and equipment, through Northwestern Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

An army camp in Korea.

Life in the camp of a Peace-keeping mission in Korea showing camp buildings, tents, and equipment as seen from a neighbouring hillside.

Camp Life in Korea.

Life in the camp of a Peace-keeping mission in Korea showing camp buildings and a helicopter.

Camp Life in Korea.

Life in the camp of a Peace-keeping mission in Korea showing camp buildings, tents, and equipment.

Children with an amphibious vehicle, Prairie Command Display.

Children play in the water around an amphibious vehicle with the Prairie Command Display. In the summer of 1952, Roland Pivert accompanied the Prairie Command Display, a collection of military technology and equipment, through Northwestern Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

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