SEE (Small Emplacement Excavator)

Bob takes a look at a very unique vehicle in Kevin Vislocky’s collection, the Small Emplacement Excavator (SEE). This one’s for the engineering crew to make their life a little easier.

More info on the web:

https://olive-drab.com/idphoto/id_photos_see_tractor.php http://www.military-today.com/engineering/see.htm

Indiana Military Museum Part 2

Part two of Bob’s trip to the Indiana Military Museum. In this episode you’ll see Jim Osborne’s famed 1831 Harpers Ferry flintlock his dad gave him when he was 8 years old that started it all. Plus, see more of this incredible collection including the rolling stock, aircraft and submarine.

Indiana Military Museum Part 1

Bob interviews Jim Osborne who has amassed one of the largest and most and extensive military collections of any individual. The collection is so large it has now become it’s own 14 acre museum complex in Vincennes, Indiana. Even two shows do not do this museum justice! Watch and get just a small sample of what the Indiana Military Museum has to offer.

This is probably the most extensive personal collection that our TV production and me personally has ever seen.

Bob Redfern

The Price of Freedom Museum

On this show, Bob visits “The Price of Freedom Museum” in China Grove, NC (North of Charlotte on I-85). This is a vast and unique collection of World War II and military memorabilia that got it’s start in a service station. You don’t want to miss this story and a peek at what the collection holds.

MVPA Convention – 2018 Part 2

Part two of Bob’s trip to te MVPA Convention in Louisville KY. In this special episode, Bob talks to two World War II veterans about their experiences.

First Tom Grasser, talks about landing on Omaha beach with his WC54 Ambulance.

Then Bob listens to Melvin Richardson tell about his experience in the Seabees throughout the Pacific theatre. Two great stories from the Greatest Generation.

MVPA Convention – 2018 Part 1

This is part one of Bob’s visit to the 2018 MVPA Convention in Louisville Kentucky. In this episode, Bob talks with the new president of the MVPA and get’s his take on the organization.

This year’s emphasis is on World War I vehicles and Bob interviews a special “hands on” restorer of a World War I Light Patrol vehicle.

Then, he talks to the “King of Carts,” a collector who specializes in
WWI ammo carts.

Bob also get’s a look at a rare M1917 light tank from the Indiana Military Museum.

Sam Werner Military Museum – Part 2

Bob continues his visit to the Sam Werner Military Museum in Tennessee with more vehicles including a look at the rare Mighty Mites that were a collecting passion of Bud.
Bob also gives an update on his current restoration of a 1942 Dodge WC-53 Carry All.

Sam Werner Military Museum – Part 1

We’re in Monteagle, Tennessee at the Sam Werner Military Museum taking a look at a large collection of military vehicles and artifacts. This is part one of a two show visit.

Also, we’ll answer a question from a viewer about Japanese Military helmets as collectables.

Then Bob shows off the latest addition to his collection, a 1942 Dodge WC-57 Command Car.

Quarter Ton Military Parts

Bob travels to Chickamauga, Georgia to visit Matt Fox at Quarter Ton Military Parts. Matt turned his passion for military collecting into a full time business, helping others find those unique and rare items they may need to finish a restoration.
In this episode, Bob will highlight some of Matt’s personal collection and we’ll even get a peek at his “secret stash” of very rare items.