1. Playing Paintball at Oklahoma D-Day with Surplus from GovLiquidation.com

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    http://www.GovLiquidation.com - As the sound of paintball pellets rips through the mid morning air, Gary "Big Rig" Dunn dives behind a concrete barrier, pausing only a moment before jumping up and taking aim at the enemy. Somewhere between Seneca and Wyandotte, OK, off Interstate 44, paintball players from all over the world gather at Oklahoma D-Day, the World's Largest Paintball Event (http://www.ddaypark.com/paintball/dday). "Normally we have about 3000 to 4000 people playing at one time," Gary explains. "We've got people from all over the world here: South Africa, Australia, United States, Canada, just for a few places." The main game takes place on Saturday. And true to its name, D-Day is like going back in time, storming Utah and Omaha Beach. "We're gonna do what they did back then," Gary says. "We're going to be taking over." About 8 or 9 hours long, the D-Day game unfolds on a 750 acre battlefield. At some point during the game, Gary even drives his M818 tractor truck around the field, theoretically using it as a tank. When it's not being shot at, the truck, purchased from GovLiquidation.com, carries people and supplies and also pulls an M447 command trailer that hauls tools and camping gear. Gary explains that he started out with one vehicle, then three, and his collection has been growing every since. "I started finding ones I liked," he says. "I just kept looking till I found things that I thought we could use." Gary has also become an entrepreneur, buying products in bulk that the other players may need on the battlefield, including camelbaks and rucksacks, that he sells at a fraction of the retail price. "Camelbaks are absolutely necessary out here," he says. "I do buy 300 to 400 of them at a time and help my guys out. It saves them money and it makes me a little bit to come up here." To find vehicles or camping gear to outfit your paintball team, visit http://bit.ly/tLYacd today!

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    • Volunteer Fire Dept Acquires Military Surplus Cargo Truck from GovLiquidation.com

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      http://www.GovLiquidation.com - At first, Ron Clark of New Boston, Texas, was beside himself. As the local fire marshal and battalion chief for the New Boston Volunteer Fire Department, it's his job to keep the department in running order. When one of their military surplus water tankers broke down, Ron was disappointed to learn it would cost thousands of dollars to fix the motor, dollars the fire department didn't have. Then Ron remembered there was a website where anyone could purchase military surplus for pennies on the dollar. Why not get another, newer surplus truck and upgrade it to fit their needs? So Ron registered for free and then logged into GovLiquidation.com where he found a 5 ton military surplus vehicle in decent shape. He placed his bid, and low and behold, Ron won the bid to acquire a dream machine for the department. After putting a 2,250 gallon water tank on the vehicle, plus a whole new fire pump system, then giving it a bright red paint job, Ron and his team put the truck to work. "It's a very good asset for the community," Ron says. "We use it a lot for rural - we designed it for structural, wild land fires, and it's a first attack vehicle also." Ron is grateful to the people in his community for their support. The old but new truck will help with fires, particularly brush fires, in their county and surrounding towns in northeast Texas. To get a smokin' deal on a truck for your community like Ron did, visit http://bit.ly/uNaA3o today!

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      • Family Farm Runs on Military Surplus from GovLiquidation.com

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        http://www.GovLiquidation.com - The Gudenkauf family of Blairstown, Missouri, will tell you a family that farms together, stays together. Larry, Andrew, Zachary, Tucker and Hayley use military surplus from GovLiquidation.com to run their farm. Besides the benefit of spending quality time with each other, Larry says his children learn a lot from farming together and also from traveling to the Government Liquidation sites to pick up their items in places such as Florida, Louisiana or Fort Riley in Kansas. By utilizing military surplus purchased on GovLiquidation.com, like military vehicles, cargo trailers and other tools, the Gudenkauf family keeps their costs down and productivity up. To view military trucks and other surplus items for sale, visit http://bit.ly/ygCn5f today!

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        • How Surplus Military Trucks & Trailers Continue To Fulfill Their Mission

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          http://www.GovLiquidation.com - Two members of the Military Vehicle Collectors of Colorado [MVCC] share how they utilize U.S. Military surplus, like cargo trucks and trailers, even after the Military has deemed these items as non-mission critical. Phil Curry and Frank Scholer are neighbors and fellow officers in the MVCC. In this video, they showcase not only their pride in their surplus military purchases through GovLiquidation.com but their American pride as well. One of the first items Phil bought from Government Liquidation, his 1972 M818 5 ton truck tractor is mostly driven in parades and featured at air shows. To find surplus items at a location near you, visit http://www.GovLiquidation.com today.

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          • Entrepreneur Resells Ammo Cans from GovLiquidation.com

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            http://www.GovLiquidation.com - John Hunter, of Lebanon, Missouri, will be the first to tell you that there's more than one way to make a living. For the last few years, John has been buying and then reselling military surplus items, doing most of his shopping on GovLiquidation.com. Primarily dealing in empty ammunition cans, John sells to Army surplus stores, pawn shops, gun shops, anywhere folks may need a small but secure storage solution. He even capitalizes on current apocalyptic concerns by selling to preppers - folks who are getting prepared for the end of the world. Preppers package food into smaller portions for storage in Mylar or sealed bags and then place the bags in ammo cans. To view a current list of items to expand or start up your business, visit http://www.GovLiquidation.com today! And to view individual ammo cans for sale, visit our outlet store at http://bit.ly/UncleSams

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            • Restoring & Preserving Military Vehicles to Honor Veterans

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              http://www.GovLiquidation.com - Adam Lipka honors United States military veterans by restoring and preserving authentic military vehicles he purchases from GovLiquidation.com at affordable prices. Adam also uses the vehicles for special events that honor our nation's veterans. On special holidays, like the 4th of July and Veterans Day, he transports veterans in parades in Honolulu, Hawaii, in the back of one of the 5 ton military vehicles he has restored and preserved. To purchase your own military vehicle, visit http://www.GovLiquidation.com today.

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              • Humanitarian Helps the Homeless by Using Government Surplus from GovLiquidation.com

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                http://www.GovLiquidation.com - Brad Jensen loves government surplus and participating in online auction sites. Brad is also an avid volunteer and humanitarian. With the items available on GovLiquidation.com, he combined these two interests to help the less fortunate in Africa. Now he wants to help the homeless in Detroit. By participating in government surplus auctions on GovLiquidation.com, he was able to purchase mosquito nets for children in Africa, where malaria kills thousands upon thousands of people each year. Now Brad is looking to help the homeless in downtown Detroit with government surplus items like blankets, coats and other necessities he'll purchase from Government Liquidation. If you'd like to use government surplus to help the less fortunate, visit http://www.GovLiquidation.com today.

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                • Conservationist Saves Endangered Fish By Using Military Surplus from GovLiquidation.com

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                  http://www.GovLiquidation.com - Saving endangered fish can be an expensive undertaking when you consider all the equipment that's required for breeding and sustaining their habitats. But David Ward discovered that with a little innovation, he could keep costs down by utilizing government surplus items he found on GovLiquidation.com. David works with the Arizona Game and Fish Department where he helps to save endangered species of fish in the southwestern parts of the United States. Using some of his own money, David purchased large containers from government surplus online auctions to act as the artificial streams for seven different varieties of fish. If you'd like to utilize government surplus to help the environment, visit http://www.GovLiquidation.com today.

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                  • Parachute into the American Players Theatre

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                    http://www.GovLiquidation.com - Sara Stellick of The American Players Theatre in Spring Green, Wisconsin, describes how they utilized a military cargo parachute, purchased from Govliquidation.com, to provide shade for their matinee performances. Looking for items to expand or start up your small business? Find those items at great prices on http://www.GovLiquidation.com today!

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                    • Retired Cavalry Mules from Ft. Hood Get a New Home for Their Retirement

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                      http://www.GovLiquidation.com - Ceremonial Mules Mindy and Ada made the 1st Cavalry Division, out of Ft. Hood, Texas, their home for nearly 28 years, that is until their recent retirement. When they saw the two mules on the website, Lloyd Krizan and his family decided to put in a bid on GovLiquidation.com to adopt them. Now, after over 20 years of service in the United States Army, these two sisters will get to spend the remainder of their lives happily retired at the Krizan's 13 acre ranch in Montgomery, Texas. Keep an eye on http://www.GovLiquidation.com for more horses & mules that need a new home.

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