WWII Tents displayed at Rockford WWII Days 2009

Wall Tent Large housing cooking equipment and small squad

Wall Tent Large at Rockford WWII Days

Wall Tent Small utilized as an Officer’s Tent

Company C, 325th GIR, 82nd Airborne encampment during event

September of 2009, Armbruster displayed World War II wall tents at Rockford WWII Days. The 325th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne re-enactment unit from Springfield, IL displayed the Wall Tent Small and Wall Tent Large in their encampment at Midway Village, Rockford, IL. Tents were a big hit with the crowds and other re-enacment units. Wall Tent Small was used as an officer’s tent, while a small squad utilized the Wall Tent Large.
Armbruster Tentmaker is now reproducing these tents with the same sewing machines and equipment that the company used to produce the original tents during World War II. Tens of thousands of these tents were made to house the Great Generation as they freed the world from tyranny during the greatest Military conflict of the 20th Century. Armbruster is proud to help keep this history alive by providing these authentic tents to museums, re-enactment units, film sets, and displays around the world. See more below on our blog for details of these tents. Contact armbruster@springnet1.com for pricing, 800-637-4236.

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