Tanks for the Memories

July 14, 2017
Peruse though this image gallery for armored and tracked military vehicles that were on display at the Cleveland Tank Plant Homecoming Military Show.

Recently hundreds of people walked the floors of the Cleveland IX Center at the Cleveland Tank Plant Homecoming Military Show and Swap Meet sponsored by the Military Vehicle Preservation Association and the World of Tanks, a massive, multi-player online computer game. Some were there to show off the military vehicles they had acquired, and some were hawking the military gear, tools, equipment, and memorabilia they had been collecting. There were also old employees of the Cleveland tank plant meeting up again and exchanging memories. But most folks there were looking at the military vehicles on display from all over the country. Here’s some of what was on the show floor. (All photos courtesy of Timothy Humphreys.) 

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