The Reconnaissance jeep was equipped with a single Vickers 'K' with an impressive rate of fire of 950 rounds per minute. Issued to the Airborne reconnaissance regiments these jeeps enabled lightly equipped forces to dash for the objectives before the enemy forces could organise themselves.
The Pithead model has a crew of 4 plus one 'hanger on' sitting astride the pannier.
The Radio Jeep was a modification of the Airborne jeep equipped with a No 19 wireless set, an externally mounted battery box at the rear and remote control cable reel mounted on the front.
The Pithead model comes with a crew of three.
The airborne Jeeps carried stores from the landing zones in specially designed trailers like the one illustrated here.
This model has a crew of four plus a passenger on the trailer.
The airborne carrier was used as an armoured recovery vehicle to salvage air dropped supplies in hot landing zones .
The vehicle represented here is the universal carrier Mk II and it has a crew of two and carries a load of several drop canisters.