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We were recently contacted by Chris Story, a member of the Dixie Division. He has a website called radionerds.com, where he hosts military communications manuals.

These are are all FREE, with no limits on download and there are no ads or commercial products sold. It is strictly a digital library for public domain documents.

Chris has recently added a new archive of all the PS Magazine issues and has access to the entire archive from the US Army. These are now online and can be seen and downloaded here at psmag.radionerds.com. These are a completely free resource.

Enjoy and thanks for looking!

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Central Valley Environmental

August 20 through August 20, 2016

Fresno, California, United States

Central Valley Environmental is an asbestos removal companies that offers services such as testing for asbestos and asbestos abatement.

For more information visit:   http://cvalleyenvironmental.com/

Gore's Military Museum Military Vehicle Show and Swap Meet

September 03 through September 07, 2015

Dillon, Montana, United States

Gore’s Military Museum MILITARY VEHICLE SHOW & SWAP MEET September 3-7, 2015 ATTENTION: Military Vehicle Owners, Vendors, and Demonstrators Bring Your Military Vehicles, Vendor Booths, Displays, or Yourself to our 1st Annual Military Show! Participant Amenities: -Show is Located at our Beautiful Campground where you can have full hook ups for your RV, Shower and Restroom Facilities, and a laundry facility (southsidervpark.com) -Military Show Grounds where you can set up displays, camp with your vehicle, or play with your vehicles. -Large Luscious grass areas for vendors to set up your tents - Military and History Museum LOCATION: Southside RV Park (Gore’s Military Museum Showgrounds) 104 E. Poindexter St. Dillon, MT 59725 -Night Time Campfire Social Hours -Walking Distance to Restaurants, Stores, Etc. -Trail Ride (Wonderful, beautiful scenic trails just a few minutes away) -Tour Historic Downtown Dillon, Bannack State Park -Labor Day Rodeo, Fair, Parade -Vehicle Owners can help open Montana’s Biggest Rodeo -Just enjoy yourself and Have a good time in the Nice Montana Atmosphere -This is an Open To the Public Show (Held in Conjunction with Montana’s Biggest Weekend Rodeo, where Thousands of People are in town and will come see the Show) Distance: Pocatello to Dillon: 192 Miles Boise to Dillon: 362 Miles Bozeman to Dillon: 114 Miles PLEASE RSVP AS SOON AS YOU CAN To Register Your Vehicle, Vendor or RV Spot, or for more Information contact: Derek Gore Phone: (406) 660-1551 (If no answer, leave message) Email: goresmilitarymuseum@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/goresmilitarymuseum?ref=bookmarks Email Me if you would like a copy of the Fliers. Admittance Fees / Camping Fees Please Contact Us NOTICE: If you bring an R.V Please Make Reservations at least 30 days prior to Show. You can camp in the showgrounds in military tents, or other arrangements. 5 Hotels in Town, contact us for a list or search online, you will need reservations in by early-mid August.

For more information visit:   goresmilitarymuseum.webs.com


September 04 through September 06, 2015

Fort Carson, Colorado, United States

The Colorado Military Historical Group (CMHG) continues to work on plans for our second biennial national battle at Fort Carson, CO - Operation Mountain Victory II (OMV II). We had a great turnout in 2013 and are pleased with the level of interest already expressed by a number of units, particularly those with armor and other period vehicles. The terrain is suited to the use of tracked vehicles and includes a number of tank trails used by the U S Army in their training exercises. There are open spaces for maneuvering as well as forested areas for infantry to engage with plenty of cover. We will continue to periodically post updates and answer any questions that arise. Our unit web site, http://cmhg.net/omv-ii.html, now has an event page specifically for OMV II and we will post updates there.

For more information visit:   http://cmhg.net/omv-ii.html