The T was used by Australia, Britain and the US forces in a variety of theaters in the Great War. One of them was in Libya and western Egypt as the principal vehicle of the Light Car Patrol. The LCP crews were Australian and British soldiers and their missions consisted of recon, interdiction of enemy supply lines and columns and mapping the unknown parts of Libya. Ford Model Ts were light weight, simple to maintain and sturdy enough to take the rough conditions better than other vehicles. Most of the vehicle photos came from various Model T forums on the web and the Historic Military Vehicle Forum, an excellent source of information about military vehicles of all kinds in WW1 and WW2.