Good-bye to a Legend

Chet Krause: 1923-2016 IOLA, Wis. _ Chester L. “Chet” Krause, the founder of Old Cars Weekly and an iconic figure in the old car community and many other hobby circles, died June 25 at age 92 of natural causes. Krause … More »

Pulled from a river in Poland

by Mateusz Sakowicz (Editor’s note: In the June 2015 issue of Military Vehicles, Mateusz Sakowicz presented the story of a Sherman “Firefly” restored to driving condition in Poland. We are honored to have another story about of another fascinating vehicle … More »

Good Photos Sell Vehicles

by Tom Smith, So you’ve got a one-of-a-kind historic military vehicle (HMV) to sell and you’re ready to place a classified ad. But wait – you’re not a professional photographer. How are your photos going to turn out? Will … More »

Blue Star Museums free for military families

The Blue Star Museum program offers military families free admission to over 2,000 museums around the country. Participating organizations cover a huge range of subjects, including art, history, children’s, horticultural, aquatic, country, aviation, culture, industrial and government museums. Blue Star Museums is … More »

Cobbaton Combat Collection

By John Norris When the first American troops began to arrive in Britain in 1942, they were allocated areas for billeting and training purposes. For example, elements of the 28th Infantry “Keystone” Division were sent to Wales where they used … More »