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The Studebaker US6 was purchased new, in a crate, by a farmer in 1946. I added a correct van body and made a motor home inside.

Life after WWII: Civilian use of surplus trucks

Military surplus vehicles found a second life in the civilian world after WWII.

The 1910 Championship Revolver Team with Corporal Coffin standing on the right wearing his NRA Championship Revolver Team Match medal.

A look at a champion marksman

1910 was a very good year for Corporal Frank P. Coffin. 1910 was the year the Colorado National Guard came into his own as a champion revolver marksman.

Propaganda was intended to inspire and empower. The might of the German Navy is seen in this postcard.

Built on lies brought about ultimate demise

Propaganda drove the Nazi regime right to collapse.


Morphy’s $7M Early Arms, Militaria and Extraordinary Firearms auction set the bar even higher

Numerous world auction records shattered at Morphy’s $7M Early Arms, Militaria and Extraordinary Firearms auction that took place May 17-18.


New Gallery of Honor exhibit to be permanently installed at Milwaukee County War Memorial Center

The War Memorial Center announces the public phase of its $500,000 campaign to build a Wisconsin Medal of Honor exhibit at the Milwaukee County War Memorial Center.

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A heavy truck for heavy business: The AEC Matador

The AEC Matador was a heavy 4×4 truck and medium artillery tractor built by the Associated Equipment Company for British and Commonwealth forces during WWII. The flat-fronted cab with gently curved roof, wheels at the corners and a flat load carrying area covered by a canvas or tarpaulin tilt made the Matador both distinctive and rugged.


The Norwegian Workhorse

This restored Diamond T 6x6 has traveled an unlikely road.


A Look at the Fabulous Four-Tons of WWII

Military Vehicles Magazine takes a look a the short-wheelbase Diamond T cargo trucks of WWII


ABC Supply Supports Severely Injured Post-9/11 Veterans Through 2022 IndyCar Design and $1 Million Donation Match to Nonprofit Homes For Our Troops

J.R. Hildebrand will pilot the No. 11 AJ Foyt Racing Chevrolet on May 29th during the Indy 500, which this year will sport a star-spangled American flag design with the HFOT logo and their tagline of “Building Homes, Rebuilding Lives.” The patriotic car salutes and honors our troops during the event while underscoring the mission of Homes For Our Troops.


More than just a bus

Remembering the AFKX-352 ordnance shop van