The show section where all the large and impressive mighty military machinery comes to its own.  You may have already caught a glimpse of the vehicles on display as you drove into the showground.   A huge variety of land combat and transportation designed for specific function.  Military power many with heavy armour plating for both on-road and off- road capabilities.

Firepower, mobility, and protection are the three key elements of any fighting vehicle.  The impressive vehicles on display are all key elements of the Protected Patrol, Reconnaissance, Engineering and Logistics family deployed around the world for military service.

Amongst the heavy wheeled trucks and smaller operation ‘Landies’ find the FV101 Scorpion Tank, Daimler Scout Car(Ferret), M35 Deuce cargo truck not forgetting the firepower display of surface-to air guided air missile defence system, which is a brand-new exhibit to the show circuit.

And not as it this is already a feast for the eyes, you will be welcomed to walk through American camps depicting the Vietnam conflict.

The sights, the sounds, the music of an iconic era in our not-so-distant past.

Fascinating Facts
The Cold War got its name because the United States and the Soviet Union were afraid of fighting each other directly. The term was first invented by George Orwell, author of the book Animal Farm.
20 million people died in the cold war.
During the Cold ear, America used bears to test their ejector seats in Supersonic jets.
The first use of the term ‘Iron Curtain’ was traced back to a speech by British Prime Minister Winston Churchill made at Fulton, Missouri in 1946.
Mistrust between the Soviet Union and the United States in 1959 resulted in the Soviet Chairman Nikita Krushchev being denied entry to Disneyland during a state visit.
The size of the Soviet Union and Soviet affiliated countries like Cuba and Vietnam were often exaggerated on American Maps in a subtle way to impress danger and fear on the American public.
Air raid sirens built by Chrysler in the United States were powered by V8 motors and could be heard over 16 miles away.