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C15TA Armoured Truck is a Canadian armoured truck.
The C15TA Armoured Truck was developed by General Motors Canada along the concept lines of the American M3 Scout Car with the intention of replacing it and also the US-produced halftracks in Canadian service. It based upon a regular Chevrolet 15CWT chassis and first saw action with the Canadian troops that went ashore in Normandy in June, 1944. The C15TA was mainly used as armoured personnel carrier, with room for eight soldiers, but als as ambulance. It usually was unarmed, but sometimes the crews mounted machine guns for self defense. The C15TA quickly became very popular amoung the troops and a very common sight wherever Canadians fought. Some have been also used by Allied troops in Burma and Southeast Asia. As with any other troop transport in Battlegroup42, the C15TA can provide first aid and ammunition to its passengers, as well as repair for friendly vehicles in the vicinity. It is unarmed, therefore one should avoid direct engagement with enemy forces whenever possible.