The vehicles and equipment in Lebreton Gallery is lined up thematically, with tanks of various countries side by side.
On Remembrance Day chairs are set up in here for viewing of the national services, or choral performances.
One of the necessities of any moving army: meals. This is a mobile canteen dating to the Second World War.
The Canadian fighter jet is one of the items that had to be moved into the building before construction was completed. It dominates the gallery.
This tank, a Valentine, looks rough. The Soviet army used the British designed and Canadian built tanks during the Second World War. This one broke through ice in the Ukraine and spent a few decades underwater. Now it's here.