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Suez Canal Zone

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I don't know if anybody might be able to answer this question at all. But my grandfather served in Tripoli between 1949 and 1951 as a 'Class C Driver'. From research that I have gathered, he manned engineering vehicles, such as cranes, oil drills, dump trucks, etc.

He then moved on to the Suez Canal Zone (1951-1952), in which he became a 'Class B Driver'. However, I have been unable to find out what kind of vehicle this would have enabled him to driven within the army.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
 

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I'm having trouble finding the British equivalent of the American Army system.

The difference is that one is for heavier and longer vehicles.

Dave
 
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