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Medical Displays? I NEED YOU!

Posted: Mon Jan 25, 2010 11:58
by rgb
Hi Guys,

if anyone out there does any sort of medical display at shows, then I would really like to hear from you! I am really looking for a medical display to come along to the 2010 Essex MVT Military and Flying Machines Show. The show will be held on the 7th and 8th of August at Damyns Hall Aerodrome, Upminster, Essex.

For me details, plase see my thread in the 'events section' or If you have any questions, please drop me a line at Richard.brew@hampden.co.uk or give me a call on 01245 328 910 any evening or visit http://www.mvt-essex.org.uk/annual.htm

All the best,

Richard

Re: Medical Displays? I NEED YOU!

Posted: Thu Jan 28, 2010 03:25
by TenthA86
LOL If you'll pay my way, I'll come play. I have a decent Aid Station - all but that blasted cocoa unit - and haven't crossed the pond in years. However, the tab to haul all this tat would probably not be a good deal for you.

Re: Medical Displays? I NEED YOU!

Posted: Tue Feb 02, 2010 12:28
by rgb
see below for an updated list, and im still looking for that elusive hospital display :)

Re: Medical Displays? I NEED YOU!

Posted: Mon Feb 08, 2010 16:33
by rgb
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Re: Medical Displays? I NEED YOU!

Posted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 08:55
by rgb
Updated List...

2010 Essex MVT Military and Flying Machines Show


The confirmed groups attending
Thorpe Camp radio Group (1960’s radio)
Field of Fire (US WW2)
Anderson Shelter Enthusiasts
14th Army Chindit
Essex at War (1940’s civilians)
The Green Howards (1980’s British Army in NI)
The Tiger Tamers (WW2 US)
25th Bomb Disposal Co R.E. (WW2 Bomb Disposal)
Battle for Europe (WW2 Essex Regiment)
Hopes Artillery (Medieval)
Panzer Lehr (German Elite Infantry)
Reconnaissance Scouts Group (Russian Scouts)
Coldstream Guards (ww2 British Infantry)
Das Heer (WW2 German army 1940)
The Breton Players (WW2 era entertainers)
Autumn 44 (WW2 British Infantry)
Vickers Machine Gun Society (WW1 British Infantry)
The Hep Cats (1940’s walk around Civilians)
GD Recon Division (German WW2 Infantry)
Desert Storm Medical Display
The Garrison (WW2 Artillery)
The Club Route (WW2 heavy vehicle and equipment display)
The Dan Bush Collection (WW2 heavy vehicle and equipment display)
The Luftwaffe Society
C Platoon 10 COY RASC staff car display (1950’s Staff cars)
The U-Boat society
2nd Essex BEF (WW2 British Infantry 1940)
212 Squadron. RAF LHG
Many Fronts' Luftwaffe LHG
Les Résistances (French Resistance 1944)
Arnhem 44 (British Airborne)
Croatian Forces LHG
SHAEF HQ
The Queens Royal Regiment
FJ 39-45 (WW2 German Paratroops)
OHMS (Working Military radio)
Purfleet Heritage Centre

Plus,
3 full size replica static Spitfires
Replica WW1 Fokker E3 (airworthy, but not flying)
First World War trenches
Replica V1 ‘Doodlebug’
A dedicated Veterans’ area with free Tea, Coffee and cold drinks
The UK Tank Club with their large scale RC Tanks
25 pound artillery guns – Firing!
Firepower Demonstrations in the arena
Tank Rides
Heavy Tracked Armour and the popular ‘Armoured Column’ both afternoons
A large display of rare WW2 heavy softskin vehicles
Quad Bikes
Children’s ‘Mini Jeep’ and ‘Mini Landrover’ rides.
Flour bombing for the public from a pre war Boeing Stearman Bi-plane
Pleasure flights
Helicopter rides
Static ground running aircraft engines
Bretons Large Model Flying Club
Jammy Dodgers Vehicle Group
Earls Colne Vehicle Group
G503 Vehicle Group
An estimated turnout of more than 250 Military vehicles including

• T34
• Sherman
• M26 Pacific ‘Dragon Wagon’
• Stuart
• M8 armoured Car
• Two M18 Hellcat’s
• Panzer 3 Tank
• Turret-less Stuart
• Scorpion
• Abbot (Tank rides)
• FV432 (Tank rides)
• Chaffee

Flying Displays
The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight’s Lancaster (Saturday)
A BBMF flypast consisting of the Hurricane, Spitfire and Dakota (Sunday)
ME108
Spitfire
1937 Bucker Jungmeister G-BUTX
1936 Bucker Jungmann G-BTDZ
Boeing Stearman wing-walking
Mustang replica
Plus more to be confirmed

To make things more comfortable for the groups and vehicle owners who are staying overnight, we have got more toilets and catering than last year, and there will be Saturday night entertainment from ‘Texas Tommy’ with music from the 40’s and 50’s, which be free to all participants in our 700 person Marquee.

If you have any questions, please drop me a line at richard.brew@mvt-essex.org.uk or give me a call on 01245 328 910 any evening or visit http://www.mvt-essex.org.uk/annual.htm
All the best
Richard