Welcome to Military Jeepers

The Military Jeepers Jeep Club was established in December of 2007 and the membership consists of more than 10,505 Jeep owners (as of January 25, 2015) that are serving in or have served in a branch of the United States Military. It does not matter what model of Jeep vehicle you own or if you already belong to a local Jeep club, as long as you satisfy the requirements listed below you are welcome to join Military Jeepers.

Membership is FREE!

Membership is Free, but we do also offer an optional low cost supporter membership to help cover the costs associated with keeping Military Jeepers online. You can sign up for a free membership by clicking this link.

Requirements to Join:
In order to join Military Jeepers we require that you satisfy the following requirements. Failure to satisfy the requirements below will result in the termination of your membership.

  • You must be serving in or have served in the United States Military.
    (United States: Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard)
  • You must own a Jeep vehicle.

The Purpose of Military Jeepers:

Military Jeepers intends to provide a Family Friendly Jeep Club specifically for Jeep owners that are serving or have served in a branch of the United States Military. Through the use of a community discussion area (forum), we are able to provide a support system for our members which extends around the world. Members are encourage to share information about local clubs, events, sites they find useful and generally exchange information about their jeeps.

Military Jeepers Gear:

We have several Military Jeepers items which may be purchased to help support the club; 4 inch Round Military Jeepers Logo Stickers, Die Cut Vinyl Text Stickers, Military Jeepers Operator Style Hats and more.

You do not have to be a member of Military Jeepers to support Military Jeepers by purchasing Military Jeepers Gear, but we will only ship to a United States Mailing Address.

Camp MJ 2009:

Military Jeepers held the first annual Camp MJ at Rausch Creek in Pennsylvania. Below is a video from Camp MJ 2009.