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25th Anniversary of the National Corvette Caravan paid a visit to NAS Fallon

25th Anniversary of the National Corvette Caravan visited Naval Air Station Fallon where a dinner was hosted in the Officers Club.

Taken on Aug. 23, 2019 the cool pictures in this post were taken during the 25th Anniversary of the National Corvette Caravan which visited Naval Air Station (NAS) Fallon where a dinner was hosted in the Officers Club.

According to CorvetteCaravan.com, the National Corvette Caravan is often referred to as the world’s largest moving automotive event and is a celebration of America’s Sports Car, culminating in Bowling Green, Kentucky for the anniversary celebration of the National Corvette Museum.

Hosted only once every five years, the next event is slated for Labor Day Weekend 2019 and will mark the Museum’s 25th Anniversary.

“It’s a spectacle, especially for those unsuspecting motorists who get to experience a leg of the Caravan pass them by,” said Katie Ellison, the Museum’s director of marketing and communications. “We are fortunate to have loyal Corvette enthusiasts who serve as volunteer captains for this massive event. They spend years coordinating their trek across the country, planning fun stops along the way.”

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Regional caravans will form and join other caravans as they travel across the United States to meet in Bowling Green, Kentucky for four days of festivities at the National Corvette Museum.

Photo credit: U.S. Navy

Dario Leone

Dario Leone is an aviation, defense and military writer. He is the Founder and Editor of “The Aviation Geek Club” one of the world’s most read military aviation blogs. His writing has appeared in The National Interest and other news media. He has reported from Europe and flown Super Puma and Cougar helicopters with the Swiss Air Force.

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