Throughout all of 2022, MVM is celebrating the Year of the Willys-based Military Vehicle. Join the celebration! Send your photo to YOMW

Throughout all of 2022, MVM is celebrating the Year of the Willys-based Military Vehicle. Join the celebration! Send your photo to YOMW

Military Vehicles Magazine named 2022 the “Year of Military Willys.” We want to share photos of your Willys-based military vehicle in the magazine and on Facebook. Send high-resolution photos to Military Vehicles Magazine (Military@AimMedia.com).

We are proud to share some of the reader-submitted Willys-based vehicles (in no particular order):

This could be considered the vehicle that started it all: The Willys "Quad" pilot model, photographed Nov 11 1940

This could be considered the vehicle that started it all: The Willys "Quad" pilot model. 

Richard Crotzer’s 1942 Willys slat grille photographed in front of the last standing Bantam factory building Butler, Pennsylvania.

Richard Crotzer’s 1942 Willys slat grille photographed in front of the last standing Bantam factory building Butler, Pennsylvania.

Andy Barreintos shared this photo of has 1952 Willys Overland M38A1.

Andy Barreintos shared this photo of has 1952 Willys Overland M38A1.

View from driver's rear, Mark Harrell's 1953 M38A1

Mark Harrell's 1953 M38A1

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