Robert Sigl, "The Military Motorcycle," Armor (September-October 1982), 27.
What does MILMO stand for?
MILMO stands for Military Motorcycle
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- Military and Government
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Then there's the motorcycle of ex-EOKA fighter Stylianos Lenas, which was once used for carrying weaponry and ammunition, while you can even catch a glimpse of military motorcycles used by the army during the Second World War.
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Newman is shown wearing camouflage fatigues of the type worn by Rommel's troops in the North African desert campaign during World War II, sitting on a military motorcycle with sidecar.
The care of military motorcycles is one of the most thriving niches of the classic bike movement, and in particular that of World War II machinery.
Since the inception of the Defenders Military Motorcycle Club in 1984 the group has spent much of its time trying to cultivate a positive image.