Aug - Military Vehicle Collectors of California

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Aug - Military Vehicle Collectors of California
MVCC NEWS
“Keeping em rolling, floating
and flying for 38 years”
Issue #8 2015
Hanging out at Eagle Field from left to right Brian Alexander, Paul Lubker, Jim Bertao and Chris Thomas
A PUBLICATION OF THE MILITARY VEHICLE COLLECTORS OF CALIFORNIA
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contents
Business members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, 7-8
Upcoming Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, 5
MVCC Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, 8
CLASSIFIEDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16-17
MVCC & MVPA Membership Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
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MVCC Election results
Thanks to the Election Committee Chaired By Randy Canova with
Claude Mourey and Kurt Lesser counting and certifying.
MILITARY VEHICLE COLLECTORS CALIFORNIA ELECTION RESULTS 2015
1. PRESIDENT
DAVE BALL
2. SECRETARY
JOHN VERRISIMO
3. TREASURER
CHRISTINA VERRISIMO
4. CENTRAL COAST VICE PRESIDENT
JACK VALENTI
5. CENTRAL VALLEY VICE PRESIDENT
DON GOMES
6. EAST BAY VICE PRESIDENT
MIKE RINEHART
7. NORTH BAY VICE PRESIDENT
SONNY HANSON
8. NORTH BAY WEST VICE PRESIDENT
9. NORTHERN REGION VICE PRESIDENT
10. SOUTH BAY VICE PRESIDENT
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SCOTT ROHRS
DAVE PORTER
KIM SIEVERT
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Upcoming Events
April 18-24 2016 Spring Meet Camp Delta
Camp Delta at Tower Park Resort. Six miles west of
Lodi, on Hwy 12. No vendor fee except camping fee.
Contact Jo-Ann; (408) 238- 8277, [email protected] John; (415) 491-1601,
[email protected] www.mvccnewsews.net.
August 11-13, 2016:
2016 MVPA National Convention. Hosted by the
Military Vehicle Collectors of California at the Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton, CA. Indoor/
outdoor show with host hotel and onsite camping.
Combine a California tourist trip with your favorite
hobby! MVCC Co-chairmen; John Neuenburg,
[email protected] and Dave Ball,
[email protected] Details to come on
www.MVCCNews.net and in Supply Line.
September 19 – October 17, 2015: MVPA 2015
Bankhead Highway (BH’15) Convoy,
from Washington, DC to San Diego, CA. Call MVPA
HQ; (800) 365-5798 or email; [email protected] for registration details.
Sept. 26-27 2015 Wings Over Wine Country
Santa Rosa Airport POC: Scott Rohrs
[email protected]
September 20-27, 2015 Camp Delta Fall Meet
Second largest annual MV gathering and swap meet
in the West. Contact Stockton Delta KOA direct for
camping reservations 209-369-1041. Campground 4.
October 3-4 2015 Sacramento, California,
Capital Air Show at Mather Field in Sacramento.
Military Vehicle club members are needed to
participate in the military vehicle displays.
Vehicles will be positioned next to the Warbirds
and living history displays.
USAF Thunderbirds will be performing.
For more information:
http://www.californiacapitalairshow.com/
October 10 2015 “Pistons, Pinups, and Pinot” car,
truck, airplane, and military vehicle show.
Sonoma Valley Airport, aka Schellville Airport is
home to many interesting warbirds including a
P-40N dual seater, P-51, 1918 Curtiss Jenny, and a
Grumman F3F-2 Navy biplane fighter! People’s
Choice Vehicle Contest with warbird rides as class
prizes! Event poster is at
www.sonomavalleyairport.com.
Four miles south of Sonoma on Hwy 121.
MVers please RSVP to John who has details:
[email protected] or 415-491-1601.
October 14 – 18, 2015: CAMP GRIDLEY FALL
2015 at the Butte County Fairgrounds, 199 E. Hazel
St. Gridley, California. Hosted by the NORTHERN
RECON GROUP.: www.northernrecongroup.org or
contact: Bill Campbell, President; (530) 518-1353,
[email protected]
Nov. 11, 2015 Petaluma Veterans Day Parade and
Fly Over Petaluma POC: Scott Rohrs
[email protected]
If you have any questions or have information regarding a meet or activity in your area, contact your regional vice
president or any of the officers to let them know. Be sure to visit our website for any last minute activities or changes
to activities/events. Please submit information regarding upcoming activities to the newsletter editor at least two
months before the scheduled event. All articles must be submitted to the newsletter editor by the 15th of each month.
MVCC News Editor Dave Ball [email protected]
www.mvccnews.net
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Upcoming Events
Pistons, Pin-Ups, and Pinot on the Runway, Saturday October 10, Sonoma By John Neuenburg
It's time to have a little fun at an end of summer bash! This car, MV, and airplane show will be at Sonoma
Valley Airport aka "Schellville Airport," 4 miles south of Sonoma on Hwy 121. Spectators 1100-1600 with
airplanes to arrive before 0930. Hot rods, classics, exotics, rat rods, military vehicles, motorcycles, and
tractors before 0930 if possible. Pre-registered vehicle exhibitors will have access to a VIP hangar with a
coffee bar in the early morning; a very nice catered lunch featuring wines, cold beer, water and soda; a nice
event tote bag; dash plaque; a photo op with your vehicle next to a P-40N or P-51. Heartstrings Bridge will
perform great 60s, 70s music live. Feel free to wear your vintage uniform or clothes to suit the occasion.
There will be People's Choice awards in various categories. Prizes include warbird ride vouchers for P-40
Warhawk, P-51 Mustang, AT-6 Texan, Stearman biplane trainer, or flight jackets. It may be possible to
store a MV the night before or after if that helps your logistics. Contact John about that or options for
RVing overnight. The event poster and registration form is at http://www.planefunsonoma.com. General
information about the airport is at http://www.sonomavalleyairport.com. Feel free to pass this info to your
friends including warbird owners. Let's help them make this a big annual event! For MV-related info, contact John Neuenburg at [email protected] or 415-491-1601.
Brass in the Grass, Sunday October 11, Lake Sonoma Near Geyserville
Featuring “Happy 75th Birthday, Jeep!”
This car show is the day after the Schellville event, meaning a double-header of fun in Sonoma
County! It’s hard to describe, so the best approach is to look at their interesting website at http://
brassinthegrass2015.com. This year among other things they are featuring a 75 Years of the Jeep display
and are hoping for 35 military jeeps! All other MVs are invited. If you have ever not wanted to bring your
MV to this show because of condition, rest assured all kinds of restorations (or not) are more than welcome. This is a charity event and a registration form on the website. Quite reasonable, and every
vehicle entrant gets a free Hagerty Insurance Breakfast. One of the many displays will include one from
the WWII War Brides Association. Those from out of the area considering attending the Pistons event at
Schellville and this one might look at camping Saturday night at the KOA in north Petaluma. At this point
you may contact John at [email protected] or 415-491-1601 for info you don’t get on their
website.
MVCC News STAFF
MVCC Editor Dave Ball
(408) 805-0065
[email protected]
Please submit all contributions for publication in
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the month.
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MVCC staff
East Bay VP Larry Pirack
(510) 522-6440 Divisions 510 & 925
[email protected]
Newsletter for August 2015 MVCC
Hello to all from the East Bay,
Writing this newsletter has been my privilege for 10+ years about people, places and the Alameda Naval
Air Museum. I have made new friends and kept in touch with old friends as a member of the MVCC and
sadly, seen some pass on.
I want to congratulate our newly-elected board members and re-elected present board members. Good luck
in the coming years. We have the best people in the best club. The year 2016 will be exciting. The Spring
meet and the National Convention in Pleasanton, followed by the Fall meet will make it a busy year.
Anything that I can arrange at the museum in the city of Alameda, please let me know. The 4th of July parade was again a success. We had 7 vehicles: 3 WWII jeeps,
one towing a jeep trailer, one towing an 18-foot long A-7 jet fighter wing tank , a WWII command car, the
museum’s Dodge weapons carrier, a camouflage Blazer and last, being towed by another Blazer, was the
museum’s 25-foot lifeboat.
We had 25 people involved. Retired Marine Brad Price drove the command car, loaded with friends. Kevin Karvonen drove his jeep with the 30 cal and friends and hia wife Terry drove the military Blazer. John
Fornbacher and Fred Klink were dressed as Navy Seabees in a jeep. Wayne Shannon drove the museum’s
weapons carrier, which was donated to the museum before he passed away. My jeep towed the bomb trailer donated by Willy Denninger, carrying the wing tank. Sieg Wroebel drove last, towing the lifeboat.
Walking the entire 3.3 miles, Pit O’Malley, dressed in full combat Marine camos, carried a BAR, handing
out candy. After the parade, we adjourned to the Crow’s Nest at the museum for good old American standards: hot dogs, chili, potato salad, beer, soft drinks, etc.
Our WWI Exhibit is now complete. Lots of work was done by volunteers for an Eagle Scout project.
Come and see it when you can.
COMING EVENTS: For those who have never been to Oakland’s Dunsmuir House,
Sunday September 13, the Gatsby Summer picnic will be held. Dress in the era of the 1920s to the 1940s.
Civilian and military vehicles are welcome up to 1942. Contact Greg Greenwood at 510-527-7736 for details.
Saturday September 19, at the Veteran’s Hall in Hayward the Bay Area Military show will be held with
Military gear and collectibles for sale. Always a good show.
Contact Mark Hull at 415-531-0917 or Ed Anderson at 415-921-0667.
Saturday October 17, at the Alameda Naval Air Museum, will be the Bay Area Auto and Collectible Swap
meet. Any and all vintage items, military and civilian are welcomed. Contact myself (510-522-6440) or
Sieg Wroebel (510-523-0454
As I close, and for the last time to all our members “Thanks for the memories.”
That’s all for now. Over and out. The 40s. Larry
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MVCC Business Members
Columbia Electronics International Inc.
surplus military radio gear
Paul Keyes (W6QDK) (805)386-2312
3720 Groves Place Somis, CA 93066-0960
Email: [email protected]
http://www.columbiaelectronics.com
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Mvcc staff
North. Bay West VP
Scott Rohrs 415 259 8177
Divisions 707 & 415 west
[email protected]
Central Coast VP Jack Valenti
Divisions 831, 805 west & 408 south
[email protected]
Northern Region VP
Dave Porter
Divisions 530 & 916
[email protected]
President Kurt Lesser
(408) 238-8277
[email protected]
Secretary/Treasurer LK Viola
831-372-8228 P.O. Box 4066
Monterey, CA 93940
[email protected]
No. Bay, East VP Sonny Hanson
(707) 552-6918 Div. 707 & 415
[email protected]
Hello to every one in the North Bay. Tower Park is
coming up fast and I am nowhere near ready. November
11th is the big Petaluma Veteran’s Day Parade. This
parade has always been one of the largest parades
around with the most MV’s also free food after
words. The July 4th Benicia Parade was the best one
around here as usual. The theme was WW-ll so we had
all the MB’s and GPW’s up front with war Veterans’
riding in them, all other MV’s were in the back. As a
group for the Benicia museum we got 1st place. I don’t
have anything for August but September 20 to 27 is
camp delta, Tower park. November 11 is Veterans’ Day
and there will be more parades so be prepared.
To answer some of your questions, I always get calls
two or three days before a parade or ceremony with
request for MV’s. So even thou most of them are out of
my area I send out a “ This Just in “ e-mail request to
about 100 people or so for help to cover the request,
that is why some of you get the e-mail. I do not have
my 41 WC 1 ready yet, maybe in November. I want to
thank every one who have brought me engines and
engine parts. I have a 1940s open cab WC 4 for sale if
any one is interested. See yaw all at Camp Delta.
Sonny Hanson
Your MVCC North Bay VP east.
South Bay VP Kim Sievert
(408) 253-9469
[email protected]
Divisions 408 North & 650
MVCC Quartermaster,
Chris Jorgensen (831) 426-0787
[email protected]
Central Valley VP Nick Bombini
(559) 645-1726 [email protected]
Divisions 559,209,760 &805 East
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Camp Delta Fall Meet at Tower Park
The second largest annual military vehicle swap meet and gathering in the West will take place September 2127, 2015 at Stockton Delta KOA, six miles west of I-5 on Hwy 12 near Lodi. As of this writing there are good
campsites available in Campground 4 and we really want to encourage you to be in CG4 for the Fall meet, not
CG2. The KOA reservationists are asked to steer non-event campers to CG2. Unlike in April, go straight to
KOA for reservations: 209-369-1041.
No entry fee, MV registration, or vendor fee, just your campsite rental
Vendors must be in campsites, not in the common areas
There may be general parking in the Dry Camping Field depending on use by campers. Please observe
signs.
MV day use parking is by the CG4 restrooms and small pool
Early this year KOA paved the two road loops east of the Pavilion!
Early Bird Pot Luck Dinner, Monday, Pavilion, 1800 hrs.
WWII Dodge Seminar & Discussion Group, Pavilion, Friday morning. Mike Rinehart will talk about his
WC-40 half ton restoration and lessons learned about parts and parts vendors. Ernie Ongaro, our
Dodge Coordinator for the 2016 MVPA Convention, will assist. They are looking for a few trucks to
display on the patio. Contact Mike at 925-963-1995
BBQ dinners Thursday and Friday. KOA spaghetti feed on Saturday evening
Ladies offsite luncheon, Thursday 1130. RSVP Marilynn at 415-613-4149 so she can make a reservation
Ladies Social Friday 1430 at Neuenburg campsite #297. All ladies welcome. More 2016 MVPA Convention details from the female perspective.
MVCC Member Meeting Saturday 1000. Meet your new officers. All welcome! 2016 Convention news
Spud Gun Shoot Saturday 1300, Display Field
Living history camping or militaria display space is available on lawn. Contact John at 415-491-1601 to
reserve.
Sunday is a pull out day, not a show day
Remember, no fires on the ground because the peat soil can burn underground. No parking on any lane in
camp.
WWII 70th Anniversary MV Display, 150th Annual Scottish Gathering & Games Sept. 5-6
Plus Fairgrounds Tour
By John Neuenburg
The largest annual Scottish festival outside of Scotland takes place at the Alameda County Fairgrounds every
Labor Day weekend. The Caledonian Club of San Francisco has been doing this for 150 years! It encompasses everything Scottish, plus some Irish, English, and Welsh too. This is one of the major annual events at
ACF - over 30,000 visitors.
We have been invited to do a small MV display commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of the war,
probably at the west side of the grandstands. As of this writing the vehicles have been chosen so this is not an
invitation for more. But if you want to attend the show AND are curious about what is planned for our 2016
MVPA convention, we will lead a tour of the area we will be using. This requires buying an admission ticket
so this is only for people who are interested in the Scottish event. Another walk-around will be planned this
Fall for committee heads and members.
If you go, take a look at the Living History Area southwest of the grandstands. This is where we occasionally
have MV displays and we have even had camping rights in military tents for our participants. This is not
planned this year but if we schedule something like that in the future, this will be your opportunity preinspect the area and the event itself to decide if you want to participate at that time.
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MVCC member Roy Hamilton drew this drawing and published it in the 1984 November edition of the CCMVCC newsletter.
Roy at the time was our editor, past President and is one of three founding members. This drawing is for the Dodge 3/4 ton
Command Car rear floor mat, steering column, brake and clutch pedal draft pads and gas tank filler neck grommet. Ed.
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spring Tower Park showcase
Attention all CUCV owners!
At the April 2016 Camp Delta meet at Tower Park we will have an all model CUCV display. This will take
place on Friday morning, April 22. We are looking for a sponsor for the People's Choice Awards. This is a
$450.00 sponsorship and includes significant exposure for our sponsor via newsletters and other event
advertising. POC for the display is Jeff De Graff at (559) 441-3238 and for sponsorship information contact
John Neuenburg at (415) 491-1601.
FRAGMENTARY ORDER 04-2016
References: MVCC Order of March for Tower Park vehicle displays
Time Zone: Zulu -8 hrs. (Local Time)
1. Situation: Conduct a CUCV display on Friday, April 22, 2016, 0830-1130
2. Mission: Looking for all MVCC, MVPA, and other vehicle club members to bring their
CUCVs for the Tower Park display.
3. Execution: Set up CUCV display for the following models:
Truck Cargo 1 1/4 ton 4X4 M108 & M1008A1
Truck Utility, Tactical 1 1/4 ton 4X4 M1009 (Blazer)
Truck, Ambulance, Tactical 1 1/4 ton, 4X4 M1010
Truck, Shelter Carrier, Tactical, 1 1/4 ton 4X4 M1028 & M1028A1
Truck Chassis, Tactical, 1 1/4 ton 4X4 M1031 (contact truck w/
welder & telephone pole repair truck)
Find best in each class and best of show for awards.
4. Service Support: Support personnel will be contacted before April show.
Check each month’s newsletter for updates or changes.
5. Command and Support: POC for information about display is Jeff De Graff at (559)
441-3238.
For day of show, FM radios will be used on 51.00 MHz for support personnel.
De Graff, Jeffrey T
SSG, RET
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Fall Tower Park seminar
Hello Fellow MVCCers.
Ernie and I (Mike Rinehart) will be talking about Dodges at a seminar we are putting together for the
September (fall) swapmeet at Tower Park, and will include my experience with restorations.
I have just finished a 3.5 year, 3,000+ hour exhaustive frame off restoration of a Dodge WC40. I had a lot of
things go as planned, and a lot of things that did not. Which is par for a project of this magnitude. I do know
that a lot of the people in the hobby have budgets. And I feel that I experienced some things that need to be
passed on to save other hobbyist the grief I have experienced in this project.
Two things got me more in the wallet than needed were (1) bad or just wrong parts, and (2) big time venders
that charged a lot to rebuild things only to discover later some items or parts failed, exposing their horrible
workmanship. The later really cost me a lot in money and time. Looking back I feel this was something
totally unnecessary that could be avoided.
One part almost ruined a brand new engine and another could have burned up the entire truck, for example. I
also made some timing mistakes in purchasing parts that made it difficult to return some of the wrong parts
that were really for civilian trucks or in some cases I still do not know the correct vehicle the parts were for.
I hope to pass on the stories of my battle scars saving you from getting as many as I did on my project on
your own restoration projects.
Thank God I have an extremely understanding wife. So much so that we are picking up a couple Dodge 3/4
ton Command Cars a WC56 and WC57 this month. I guess we never learn, because here we go again! LOL
As always thanks for your time,
Mike Rinehart
Very rare P-40N two-seater owned by Sonoma Valley Airport owner Chris Prevost. Come out and see it
at Pistons, Pin-Ups, and Pinot on the Runway, Saturday October 10, Sonoma
John Neuenburg
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M-1249 military recovery vehicle. The U.S. military ordered 250 of these wreckers from Navistar.
The MRV has a V shaped hull to direct an IED blast away from the operators.
Ed.
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CLASSIFIEDS
FOR SALE
For Sale: For sale WC 4 open cab winch frame
Dodge T207,not running but will roll, all or lots of
part. South Wind Coolant Heater Model 939J24Army
# 11601698 $75.00
For sale/free two good fenders for the M135/M211
series GMC truck. call Sonny at 707-552-6918
email [email protected]
9-15
For Sale: Take off, inner windshield frame MB/GPW
$95 Warn hubs for MB/GPW jeep $95
For Sale or trade 2 each NOS Tung sol model 6006,
6V sealed beam lights. They a 7" diameter. I will
trade for 2 each 5" sealed beams or $15 each plus
shipping Dennis 916 221-2828 Folsom, CA 8-15
For Sale: M105 1.5 ton cargo trailer has bows
some rust $500 obo
2 ea. USAF Trailer Van V-83/M both vans on
carriages. See pictures below.
M-series truck Deuce cargo bed with Tailgate very
good Condition ready to install on your truck.
Call Mel for more info and see pictures below.
(408) 234-2722
9-15
For Sale: NOS Dodge 1/2 ton Transmission in the
crate. $1000 Call Doug 775-677-0351
9-15
For Sale: 1952 M-44 2 1/2 ton Studebaker
cab chassis, runs, gas, 11-00x20 tires 10,000 pound
Garwood winch, sale or trade for WC-62 or 63.
Mike Roulette (775) 883-0269 Nevada 9-15
For Sale: NOS Rear Cargo Curtain for a M54 5 ton
military truck. The canvas cover is in excellent
condition and needs to find a truck to go with it!
$100 or willing to trade for M37 Dodge parts.
Also Have two 9:00x16 tires good to use as rollers
free to a good home. Contact Andy email
[email protected]
9-15
For Sale: WW2 3/4 ton Dodge Zenith Carburetor
model 29 rebuilt with elbows plus misc. Also have
air cleaner late style $175.
Dodge 1/2 ton WC military truck parts.
Trans, Diffs, Axles, wiper motors, brake parts, Etc.
Call Tom Lamar (408) 296-7677
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Classified Ads are free for military vehicle related items and kit for MVCC members. Your ad will run for three issues.
Your editor will only except ads in writing. Please submit your ad by email: [email protected] or by post to: MVCC Editor:
18549 Paseo Tierra St. Saratoga Ca. 95070. Please print clearly and include contact info and price. Please submit ads by the 15th of
the month. If you want to make changes to your ad including extending or cancelling your ad, you must notify your editor in
writing. The MVCC is not responsible for omission's or Incorrect wording and or spelling. The MVCC reserves the right to edit ad
copy for space. Please send payment for paid ads to: LK Viola, Email: [email protected]
Ad prices: full page $45 Half page $35 Quarter Page $20 Business Card $5 per issue
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CLASSIFIEDS
WANTED ITEMS
Wanted: 1) Ford GPW jeep for restoration 2) 1945
Willy's take out body tub.3) Ford GPW engine takeout that can be rebuilt - fan to bell housing. contact
John Manuel - [email protected] (510) 821-0355. I have a some GP parts to swap.
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Wanted: Hello MVCC members and nonmembers.
I need your help. Need a Dodge, Chrysler, or
Plymouth 230.2 cu. in. 6 Cyl motor in good or
Rebuildable condition please if you have one or
know of someone that may have one and wants to
sell it please let me know. Sonny Hanson 707-5526918
or e mail [email protected] 8-15
WANTED ITEMS
EMU 309 needs sponsors for all events.
www.HueyVets.com or contact Tony @ 510 4689942 for sponsorship benefits.
This fall we will be rebuilding our transmission &
replacing our mast.
These are major expenses. All donations &
membership are appreciated.
NEW PROCESS NP200 2 speed Transfer Case WW2 1942-45 Dodge G507 1-1/2 ton 6x6 (1-1/2 to 1
ratio Low ), 1950- 68 G741 M37 3/4 ton 4x4 & M715 1-1/4 ton ( 2 to 1 ratio low ) Dave Cirillo
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After Action report
Built in 1942, Eagle Field graduated 5,000 Pilots (from 1942 to 1945) of which only half survived WW2.
One of the main hangers still stands today as does one of the main Buildings. So much history celebrated
once a year with the Annual Fly In Dinner and Dance... We strongly recommend attending this event. We
in the MVCC had a hand full of Military Vehicles there. There were about 30 vintage planes that attended!
Good Times for sure… Above and on Page 19 are pictures from the 2015 event thanks to John Verissimo.
These pictures will look a lot better on line and in color enlarged.
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Field reports from the southern boys
Top left: Eric and Mary Terburg in front of Mary’s mess Riverside airshow with Eric’s 1942 MB.
Top Right: WW1 FWD Middle Left: Del mar Goodguys show John Bodnar’s 1943 Willy’s MB
Middle right: John Bodnar’s grandsons Zack and John in front of his MB.
Bottom Left: 4th of July parade San Jacinto line up Eric and Johns jeeps. Bottom Right: Julie Antonelli in
John’s MB at the 4th of July parade.
John Bodnar
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