The Canadian Army returns back after military exercise Operation Muskox in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Edmonton Alberta Canada Date:1946, May 9 Duration:1 min 29 sec Sound:Yes
Operation Muskox in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Canadian Army men and vehicles during Operation Muskox, the largest military exercise in the Canadian Arctic. Men and military snow mobiles on a snow covered area. A man wearing winter gear on a snowmobile. A dog in the driving, wind-blown snow. The 4 and 1/2 ton snowmobiles are covered with snow. Tents in the background. A man inside a snow mobile which serves for transportation and as a home, a office and a headquarters. The man reading a newspaper and drinking from a cup. A man having a haircut. The snow mobiles moving in the snow. One of them pulling a trailer. The vehicles and the men move along a road during their return journey after traveling 3200 miles in the expedition. Two men standing beside a vehicle enjoying a bottled drink, possibly beer. Army men atop the vehicles are greeted by a large crowd in Edmonton. View of downtown Edmonton street. The Operation Muskox treaded snowmobiles moving along the city street. People gathered on the sides of a road. John C. Bowen, Lieutenant Governor of Alberta, shaking hands with Lieutenant Colonel Patrick Douglas Baird, who led the Canadian Army in the Cold War expedition. Other officers standing behind them.
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