James Witt always liked Jeeps, so he started selling military vehicle parts in 2006. before changing over to military surplus soft goods like packs, blankets, First Aid, boots, and clothes. Since then, the business has grown to a 28,000-square-foot store and warehouse, occupying a 5-story brick building built in 1890. He likes to say that the business is an “old style military surplus store filled with mostly USA goods. His personal fleet of vehicles has grown to include an M37, M151A2, an MB, Cushman scooter, M274 Mule, M35A2 deuce, and even a T-33 jet!
Army Surplus Warehouse