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Posted by on in Military Surplus

On May 1st, Billings Army Navy lost a valued and much-loved member of our team, Tom Jacobson. In truth, our team is like extended family and we deeply mourn Tom's sudden departure.

He was a trusted friend and confidante, someone always willing to pitch in. From the day he started work with us, he fit right in with our own brilliant bunch of misfits. Tom was a man of few words but what he did say was poignant, and his witty (sometimes sarcastic) sense of humor never failed to lift the moment, or amuse us all.

Posted by on in Military Surplus

It's been really cold here in Montana these last few weeks. At least it's above zero now but the snow and cold make most of us want to hunker down and stay indoors where it's nice and warm. If you come to the store, be sure to bundle up and drive safe — we'll be here. But if you prefer to order from the comfort of home, visit us online — we'll still be here. All of these great Christmas gift ideas are in-store and on our site. Feel free to call us at 800-653-8528 if you have any questions or special needs. And have a very Merry Christmas!

Our staff are real people. Really. We did change our stories to protect you, the innocent, from the truth however. Far be it from us to let a little fabrication get in the way of introducing ourselves — so here we are:

Atlanta Army Navy Supply Company was one of the nation’s largest surplus dealers since 1950. In the late 1980s, they started distributing equipment and clothing for the military, law enforcement, and civilians alike under their new Atlanco brand.

By 1996, Atlanco started manufacturing military and law enforcement clothing itself. This naturally evolved into the development of the Tru-Spec brand and its still popular 24-7 Series. After their original BDU clothing line developed for the military, Atlanco's Tru-Spec brand has now evolved into the premier tactical, public safety, EMS and duty apparel.

Posted by on in Hunting

Meet Filson Clothing Fan, Kevin Ramsey

I've been a brand inspector for the state of Montana since 2002. Before this, I grew up and worked on ranches in southern Wyoming. I've always worked outside no matter what the weather. Up until about 9 years ago, I'd always relied on cotton layers covered by a heavy Carhart coat to stay warm.

My dad had told me about Filson clothes, but I'd never thought too much about it, until one day we were in Billings Army Navy Surplus and found a blue and black Filson Mackinaw coat on the discontinued rack. My dad and my wife talked me into buying it. It was a great looking jacket, but I figured it would just hang in the closet.

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