MVPA Convoy NWP20 Postponed

Military Vehicle Preservation Association rescheduling the Northwest Parks Convoy
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A convoy of Stryker armored vehicles enter the U.S. Army Chemical Depot during the Dragon Fire exercise, Umatilla, Ore., May 6, 2017. Dragon Fire is a bilateral exercise between the 48th Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Brigade and the German Bundswehr CBRN Defense Command. It also serves as the culmination training event and validation exercise for the 22nd CBRN Battlion.

With deep regrets, the MVPA has announced the Northwest Parks Convoy 2020 has been postponed with the date to be announced later.

The Military Vehicle Preservation Association has postponed the August 2020 Northwest Parks Convoy, NWP’20 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

One of the major two night-one day event location has canceled all related activities through the rest of 2020. Several other venues have been unable to confirm that their previous commitments will be allowed to proceed.

The NWP’20 Convoy would be traveling through Idaho, Washington and Oregon states and based on the current and ongoing health situations in these states the health and safety of the convoy members is our primary concern.

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Therefore, the MVPA will postpone the August NWP’20 Convoy until August of 2022. The entire Convoy plan will be implemented in 2022 as originally planned for 2020 and additional information will be forthcoming. We regret having to postpone the convoy however it is in the best interest of our convoy members.

We hope you are staying safe and we look forward to seeing you on future convoys.Take care and keep ‘em rolling!

—Dan and Janine McCluskey, MVPA #25709
NWP’22 Convoy Commanders
Military Vehicle Preservation Association (MVPA)
www.mvpa.org

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