WWII US Army Canvas Tent Camp by Able Company, 502nd PIR, 101st Airborne, Texas

Able Company, 502nd PIR, 101st AB (Living History Group) out of Texas had put together an incredible WWII era tent encampment.  The key feature of the camp our authentic Armbruster new made WWII Canvas Tents.  Under each tent is authentic gear and equipment that would be found in a camp like this during WWII.  This living history group does an outstanding job of telling the proud history of our WWII soldiers who sacrificed so much for the world.  Armbruster tentmaker is proud to reproduce these authentic tents to the same specifications as the models Armbruster produced during WWII.  Established in 1875, Armbruster has a proud history of making canvas tentage, especially during WWI, WWII and the Korean War.  More details at www.armbrustertentmaker.com or call us at 800-637-4326 for a quote...

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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 eventSeptember 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...

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WWII CANVAS TENTS ARE NOW 15% OFF

Canvas US Army WWII Tentage is now on sale at 15% off. Armbruster Tentmaker is now offering our WWII Milspec tents at 15% off list prices and part of our 2010 Winter Special Program. Tents included are:Tent, Fire-Resistant, Wall, Small, Olive-Drab, Stock No. 24-T-323Tent, Fire-Resistant, Wall, Large, Olive-Drab, Stock No. 24-T-322Tent, Fire-Resistant, Pyramidal, M-1934, Olive Drab, Stock No. 24-T-320Tent, Fire-Resistnat, Post Command, 1942, Olive Drab, Stock No. 24-T-318-33These tents are made to last, just like the originals we manufactured over 65 years ago. Some people ask why our Canvas WWII tents are more expensive that other vendors on the market. The reasons why are these are not tents made for a set to be used one time. We take care to meet the original war time contract specifications and...

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Armbruster sells to the Military under GSA Contract

[vc_row row_type="row" use_row_as_full_screen_section="no" type="full_width" oblique_section="no" text_align="left" css_animation="" box_shadow_on_row="no"][vc_column width="1/2"][vc_column_text]Armbruster has been selling to the U.S. Government for over 130 years! We have served the armed forces in every major military conflict. All five Armed Forces purchase tents from Armbruster, as well as a multitude of government agencies under GSA contract #GS-03F-0111V. We offer tents with and without graphics, for both permanent and temporary applications. Today Armbruster tents under GSA contract can be used for: Military Change of Command Ceremonies MWR events Quarter Deck Applications for ships and Flightdeck covers Recruiting and Retention applications Temporary and permanent storage Temporary billeting Disaster Relief applications On base picnics, weddings, specials events GS Contract #: GS-03F-0111V Please contact us for more information.   [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width="1/2"][vc_single_image image="1859" img_size="medium" onclick="link_image" qode_css_animation=""][vc_empty_space image_repeat="no-repeat"][vc_separator type="normal"][vc_empty_space image_repeat="no-repeat"][vc_single_image image="1860" img_size="medium" onclick="link_image" qode_css_animation=""][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row row_type="row" use_row_as_full_screen_section="no" type="full_width" oblique_section="no"...

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