official site of the Northern Recon Group!
Site last updated 4 Dec., 2016
NRG is an Affiliate of the Military Vehicle Preservation Association.
Something to remember what Memorial Day is truly for!
to NRG FaceBook
France of the North Bay Military Vehicle Club and owner of NOR-CAL Truck Bodies
supports many different events all over California. Michael has quite a collection
of military vehicles and is known for helping fellow owners with their military
Galusha is a long-time military vehicle collector that attended the original
Patterson Meets in the 1980’s. Rita recently moved to the Yuba Sutter area and
enjoys driving her M-151. Keep an eye out for Rita at future events.
Jurkiewicz has been very busy with his American Legion Stephen M. Brammer Post 705
in Yuba City and the Northern Recon Group. James has restored a very nice 2 ½
ton and Jeep back to United States Marine Corps markings. James is also a
Marine veteran! Pictured here at a Care Facility on Memorial Day 2016.
Meinhardt has quietly collected a very large collection of beautifully restored
military vehicles. He has personally dedicated all of his free time in
restoring some very large military vehicles that include a DUKW, 5 ton Wrecker,
2 ½ ton Dump Truck, Ford Amphibious Truck, and much more!
image to go to MVPA
Click image to go to NBMVC
Click image to go to MoTFW
Click image to
go to Chico
Gun Club Click image to go to the Southern
Oregon Military Vehicle Collectors Club (SOMVCC)
Legion Marysville Post 42
Legion Linda Post 807
Legion Jack London Post 489
Legion Stephen M. Brammer Post 705
DAV Chapter 9 Marysville/Yuba City, CA
Veterans Resource Centers of America
Veterans Resource Center
Amber Grove, Suite 110
The mission and purpose
Northern Recon Group is to promote the history and use of military
equipment, uniforms and accoutrements of all periods and all nations to
interested persons, groups, and the general public through activities
from time to time by the members of the Northern Recon Group.
do you spot an NRG member? …By the mud on their tires! Our vehicles are
Vehicles are Veterans too"
newly elected Facilitators accepted their responsibility during a
Command Ceremony passing the guidon or 'colors' from the outgoing
to the incoming one on 23 January 2016. The ceremony represented a
transfer of authority, responsibility, accountability, a continuation
of trust and
an allegiance of the NRG members to their new leadership.
Campbell (left) passes the Northern
Recon Group President Flag to Floyd
Jones (right) in a Change of Command Ceremony conducted on 23
Ed Schommer, Chairman of the NRG Election Committee (center) supervised
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