A Churchill tank of 79th Armoured Division uses a Churchill Ark to scale a sea wall during trials near Saxmundham, 11 March 1944.
Major General Sir Percy Hobart, 16 June 1942. In March 1943 he was made responsible for the development of specialised armoured vehicles, known as 'funnies', to spearhead the D-Day assault.
The Mark I 'Male' tank 'C19' 'Clan Leslie' in Chimpanzee Valley preparing for the advance on Flers during the Battle of the Somme, 15 September 1916.
Mark V tanks with British and New Zealand infantry moving forward after the capture of Grevillers, 28 August 1918.
Two Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers Challenger ARVs (Armoured Recovery Vehicle) in Kuwait, during the build-up of forces for operations in Iraq, 23 February 2003.
Churchill tanks of 21st Army Tank Brigade cross the River Reno close to a destroyed railway bridge near Bastia, Italy, 18 April 1945.