Located at the Nose Creek Valley Museum

1701 Main Street, Airdrie AB T4B 1C5 ca

LAV III History


The Airdrie LAV III monument not only commemorates the fallen in Afghanistan, who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country, it recognizes all the men and women whose lives have been forever changed by their notable contributions, both to their country, and to the many places in our world where they had been deployed as part of their service.

Afghanistan Fallen

Information about LAV III units including their storied history within the Canadian Armed Forces and information from the manufacturers

The LAV III Program

This monument provides not only the citizens of Airdrie, but in fact all Albertans and other Canadians, with an important recognition of the dedicated service as well as the many and significant sacrifices made by members of the Canadian Armed Forces in Afghanistan and elsewhere.

Linkage to the Veterans Affairs Website that recognizes the 158 members of the CAF and the 4 civilians that paid the ultimate sacrifice.

Monument Construction

The LAV III Monument program and establishing the LAV III Monument for the citizens of the City of Airdrie.

This monument also affords the opportunity for a full recognition of the contributions and events of our past as we collectively work to empower our youth on their journey towards becoming our leaders of tomorrow.

Some pictures and background information surrounding the construction, installation and dedication of Airdrie's LAV III monument.

The installation and dedication of this monument serves as a public thank you from a grateful nation.