The big tank and armoured vehicle exercise called Worthington Challenge has wrapped up at Base Gagetown.
It saw participants from the Canadian Army, USA, Denmark, Chile and Poland competing in a number of scenarios.
They were the Mounted Direct Fire Range, Mounted Navigation, Technical Skills and the March and Shoot. The 2nd Canadian Division ended up best overall and captured the Worthington Cup.
The 5th Canadian Division at Base Gagetown took the Top Army Reserve Light Utility Wheeled, G Wagon Fire Team title, The Top 25mm Fire Team for Light Armoured Vehicle and Coyote was won by the 2nd Canadian Division and the Top 120mm Fire Team, which is the Main Battle Tanks title went to Denmark.