|I was assigned to this particular C15TA -named SMB10 - in november 1963 as radio-operator. Crew at the time was 1 sergent and 1 private. The sergent doubled as driver.|
|My C15TA under camouflage netting.|
|Break-downs were not infrequent with the C15TA. Here we try to determine the cause of unwillingness to keep going. (at that time it had been in service for almost 20 years.|
|SMB10 and crew, summer 1964. Yours truly on the right.|
|'Aerial view' of the C15TA under camouflage netting|
|Our main purpose was communication. The on-board radios were rather bulky. By february 1964 I was trained as driver. The crew at that time was two privates, both radio-operators.
The transmitter is on the left and the receiver is on the right.
|PMV, 4x4 a.k.a. mosegris. PMV 4x4 was the official Danish designation. Used as armoured personnel carrier and communicatons vehicle. Here seen with Jydske Dragoon Regiment (Jultland Dragoons).
Source: Jydske Dragoner 1679-1979
|Mosegris and crew. The black beret was unique with the dragoons in the sixties.
This and the two following pictures: Courtesy of Knud Thing Kristensen.
|On the road somewhere in Western Jutland.|
|Accidents do happen|
|One of the first C15TA's to arrive in Denmark in 1946. It is interesting to notice, that they do not have license plates.
This and the picture below: Courtesy of Jacob Rasmussen.
|The first C15TAs in Denmark were used for driving practice and radio communication. This lot was issued to the Sjællandske Ingeniør Regiment. (Sealand Engineer's Regiment)|
|An attempt to make a makeshift bridge for the C15TA.
The attempt was not succesfull and the C15TA had to be hauled out of the dicth.
|A C15TA in difficulties, however, it did get out on its own power.
Courtesy of Mogens Christiansen
|A unique collection of C15TAs doing service with the Dragoons in Holstebro, Denmark.
Courtesy of Karl Mathies.