There are a wide variety of vehicles in our "Motor Pool", representing the Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force. Among the inventory are: a WWII Weasel, an Army Ambulance (similar to the ones seen on the popular TV show "M*A*S*H"), several 6x6s, MBs and GPWs (more commonly known as WWII Jeeps), and many other types of Military Vehicles.
The Club is involved in many events, such as the Bremerton Armed Forces Day parade. If you would like to include us in your event, or would like more information about events we will be involved in, please contact us. Depending on availability and the logistics of our members, we would be more than happy to participate.
The Members of our Club represent every branch of the Military, including currently serving Active and Reserve components. We also have many people who have not served in the Military, but honor those who did, by restoring and showing Military Vehicles... helping to tell the story of those who did serve.
Our Members are predominately from the Kitsap Peninsula, and travel from as far as Seabeck and Tacoma, to join us at our meetings. We have met in a variety of places, in consideration of the transportation needs of our members. Currently, meetings are held at the Family Pancake House on Kitsap Way in Bremerton.
If you own, or wish to own, a Military Vehicle and live on or near the Kitsap Peninsula (or nowhere near it), please consider joining us. We have many members who know where to find whole vehicles and/or parts to get you started. And anyone should feel free to contact us with any questions they may have, at any time.
Also, if you have any Military Vehicles, parts or equipment in your possession and you don't know what to do with it, please let us know, so we can help you find a good home for it. A vehicle rotting away in your yard is no good to anyone. A brief description, including how you came to posses it, will be helpful as we have many members with varying restoration abilities.
Help us in our mission to honor those who have served, by preserving the vehicles that served them.