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Join us May 10–14 for our 3rd annual Tru-Spec Uniform and Tactical Equipment Sale! Literally all Tru-Spec products in their extensive line at reduced prices. This includes all new products and all your tried-and-true favorites. Be sure to meet Kurt Wendling, our Tru-Spec manufacturer rep while you’re here.

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Our Christmas party just wouldn’t be the same without Ira Wolf playing for us! This year she brought her beau, Lee Henke, from the touring band The Last Revel. Check them both out!

 

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Santa may live at the North Pole… but his elves are hard at work all over the world. Naturally, your favorite elves are right here at Billings Army Navy Surplus. (Wink, wink, nod, nod!) We want to extend our warmest wishes to all our customers for this Christmas season. We hope it is filled with love, joy, and lots of fun-filled antics like ours!

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To all our friends and customers who enjoyed Buddy’s welcome when they came into the Billings Army Navy store here in Billings MT, sadly he won’t be greeting you anymore. It was his time to ‘cross the rainbow bridge’, or as we’d say the ‘Camo Bridge’! We imagine he’s now playing to his heart's content and chasing a soggy tennis ball for as long as possible.

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Billings Army Navy supports a very special venture in Maasai Mara, East Africa. The Anne K. Taylor Fund (AKTF) is a non-profit, charitable organization begun more than 15 years ago by Anne Taylor. During four decades working in the safari business, Anne saw growing pressures on wildlife including rampant illegal poaching activity along with escalating predator–livestock conflicts around the Mara reserve.

Early heartbreaking experiences were the seeds that became the nonprofit foundation AKTF is today. Around 1999, Anne was doing informal anti-poaching patrols. She found several elephants, a lion, and a giraffe badly entangled in life-threatening wire snares. These were deeply embedded into the animals’ limbs and elephants’ trunks, causing unfathomable pain and damage. Remarkably, once the wire snares were removed and the wounds treated, the animals made full recoveries.

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