The Military Vehicle Preservation Association's 1920 vehicle convoy reenactment in Charlotte, NC; the Bankhead Run is one of oldest historical ground convoy tests in US Military History.
Bob and the GovPlanet staff go on the road to look at surplus military equipment; GovPlanet prepares all of their Dept of Defense Surplus equipment for auctions to the general public.
Bob is in Upstate New York at one of the premier M151 series jeep body panel manufacturing facilities in the world.
In Florida for one of the largest military collectors swap meets in the country; the Florida chapter of the Military Vehicle Preservation Assn is hosting this national spring kickoff event.
Bob travels to Philadelphia, PA to meet up with George Baxter, the CEO of one of the largest suppliers of repair parts for every model of US Military Jeeps ever utilized by the United States Military, from WWII thru Vietnam.
Bob travels to Cairo, Georgia and meets up with a lifelong collector and military vehicle restoration expert, Russell Deese.
Bob travels to War Birds Over Monroe, one of the largest Air Shows in the Southeastern United States, which also owns and maintains the only flyable T-46 Troop Transport Aircraft remaining.
Bob visits the Browning Firearms Museum, featuring the John M. Browning military machine guns and firearms collection.
Charles Talbert, owner of the custom restoration and rebuilding facility M-Series Rebuild, shows Bob some of his team's projects from start to finish.
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