KILROY made history ourselves
at our final event of 2016. We
were honored to be the first
civilian vehicles to cross the
new Lewis and Clark Bridge.
The span links Southern
Indiana and the Eastern
Louisville area symbolically, just
as our club does! Join us today
WHO ARE WE?
KILROY, is an acronym meaning, "Kentucky &
Indiana Liberated Relics Of Yesteryear" and MVPA,
means, "Military Vehicle Preservation Association".
KILROY is the area chapter for our parent
organization, MVPA! Louisville Ky is on the Ohio
River and shares a greater area with southern
Indiana, together we are a club preserving and
sharing historic military vehicles.
Attend one of our meetings!! Join us for an evening of fun and laughter as we
talk about our projects, eat cookies and make plans for our next outing. Meetings
are held the 1st Thursday of the mouth. Check back for updates on times and
locations. At current we have been holding meetings at the Aero Club, which is
on the grounds of Bowman Field Regional Airport adjacent to the drivers license
testing facility. Just follow the signs to "The AERO CLUB. Enter first room on the
Or contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The KILROY Chapter was formed in the Louisville, Kentucky and Southern Indiana
area in 1990, and became an affiliate of the MVPA (Military Vehicle Preservation
Association) in 2004. www.mvpa.org.
We currently have 35 members in our club, but are a part of the 10,000 members
of the MVPA. Check out their website and consider joining today!
We are dedicated to “provide an international organization for military vehicle
enthusiasts . . . and the preservation and display of historic military transport.”
We meet monthly at various locations, on the 3rd Thursday of each month. We
would love to have you join us.
Corey Helm – President
KILROY CHAPTER MVPA KENTUCKIANA
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Is our monthly short class to keep us all up-to-date with the
latest improvements and knowledge available to MV users
and restorers. Click the Kilroy's Korner link to "learn" more.
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