Cloverdale Legion fuels up with a full tank

Centurion tank from the Canadian Military Education Centre pays a visit to the Legion's open house.

Members of The Vancouver Rifles (above), a Cold War re-enactment troupe made up of mainly former cadets and reservists, hang around a Centurion tank that was brought to the Cloverdale Legion’s open house on June 18.

The British-designed tank – dressed up as an American M1 Abrams for movie work – served with the Australian military in the Vietnam War.

It was recently purchased by Mark Fleming, a member of the Canadian Military Education Centre Museum, and will be parked at the centre’s new home at Panther Paintball and Airsoft Sports Park in South Surrey this summer.

Below are pin-up girls Chloe Demure (left) and Odette Rosselli.

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