Land Rover Monthly

Defending with Defender

FROM its earliest days serving with the British Army, the Land Rover has been pictured stripped down and bristling with machines guns in the mould of the wartime jeeps. In this guise, it has proved to be the ideal light reconnaissance vehicle and the Parachute Regiment were early users of the marque.

In its stripped-down configuration, the Series Land Rover could more easily be lifted forward by helicopter or dropped from an aircraft by parachute. During my early days with the Regiment, I remember Lightweight ‘buggies’ being employed along with 109

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