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OVMS Wilmington Show


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Next Date Jun 09 to Jun 10, 2023!
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  • Jun 09 to Jun 10, 2023
  • Oct 27 to Oct 28, 2023
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123 Gano Road
Wilmington, Ohio Google Maps
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Ohio Valley Military Society
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The Ohio Valley Military Society is a group dedicated to militaria collecting and research. The society was founded in 1965 by a group of enthusiasts who wanted to share their passion for militaria with others. The society now has members all over the United States, making it one of the largest militaria collecting groups in the country. The Ohio Valley Military Society holds regular meetings and events. The society also publishes a quarterly newsletter, which features articles on militaria collecting and research. If you're interested in militaria, the Ohio Valley Military Society is a great place to start your collection.

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