Combat Crawlers Blog

History
Man Solo

A VETERAN’S STORY: Eugene the Jeep

Story Written By Vietnam Veteran: Pete Mecca.  For other stories, consider visiting his website at:  www.veteransarticle.com A mysterious creature called Eugene the Jeep first appeared in the E. C. Segar comic strip “Popeye” on March 16, 1936. Supposedly given as a gift to Popeye’s girlfriend, Olive Oyl, by her Uncle Ben, who located the dog-like

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Trail History
Man Solo

The Old Hundred Mine Boarding House and Tram Station

The Old Hundred Mine Boarding House and Tram Station – Seven Level, perched on the side of Galena Mountain at an altitude of nearly 12000 feet and barely visible with the naked eye from the streets of Silverton Colorado. These structures were built in the early 1900s to service the 7th level mine portal in

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After Active Duty
Man Solo

18 THINGS TO DO BEFORE LEAVING THE MILITARY

No one is ever wholly prepared when leaving the military. Even if you already have a job or degree plan lined up, there will always be an adjustment period as you make for the civilian workforce. By taking care of a few things early, you can save some headaches down the road. 1. Start taking

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News
Silverback

Combat Crawler invade Tierra Del Sol (TDS) Desert Safari

The inaugural Combat Crawler Tierra Del Sol (TDS) Desert Safari camping trip was a success!! We had about 20 people total in our group and went on 4 runs! even had a couple BBQs! …. great time meeting new Veterans, For those of you not familiar Tierra Del Sol, it’s a Southern California Jeep club,

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News
Man Solo

Our New Website Design

Well, here it is folks! Our enhanced website design has been in the works since the start of this new year. What you see now is our brand new platform which will allow us to better interact with everyone. That said, this is just a little taste of our overall website enhancements outlined for 2019.

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