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  Alberta, Canada

Occupation: Security officer CFB Suffield
Interests: Military history, collecting and restoring military vehicles and weapons, fishing, my German shepperd dogs and plastic modeling.
Username: PanzerGeek


About PanzerGeek
I started modeling 1/35 armour in the early eighties and have stuck with it ever since. I was in the Canadian armoured corps as a Crewman/Crew Commander on the Lynx, Cougar and Leopard C1. I was also lucky enough to help restore two M4A2E8 Sherman's, An M5A1 Stuart, A Centurion Mk 5, a Lynx and four Ferret Mk1/2 scout cars for the Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians). I've also restore a Willys 1952 M38 CDN, and own a 1942 Canadian contract 505 Willy's MB. I am now retired from the military after 22 years in the regular army and 4 years in the primary reserves as the museum curator for the South Alberta Light Horse regiment.

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Armor of the Great War Campaign Award: This ribbon signifies that the recipient completed the Armor of the Great War Campaign
Blitzkrieg 2 Africa:
Campaign Operation Market Garden: This Ribbon is awarded to the recipient for honor in the Operation Market garden campaign
Only Shermans: This ribbon is awarded to those that complete the Only Shermans Campaign!
The True North Strong and Free Ribbon: This award signifies that the modeler has completed The True North Strong and Free campaign. It is the shoulder patch that all Canadian soldiers wore in the Second World War.