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231 Shiloh Rd, Hooks, TX 75561
Mon-Fri: 09:00 - 5:00 / Sat: 09:00 - 2:00

Turner’s Army Surplus

Turner's Army Surplus in Hooks, Tx is a family owned and operated business founded in 1953 by George E. Turner. In 1961 George's son, Ronnie Turner, joined in with his dad and continued serving the area with Army and other military surplus items. After George passed in 1976, Ronnie Turner and his wife Doris took over the business and continued in it's original location until 1986 when they moved to it's present location in Hooks, Texas. In 2011 their daughter Kellie Turner Caskey became part of the family business and came to work with them, and the business continues to be operated by the Turner family to this day.

Turner's Army Surplus offers a 10% discount to all military personal, a well as Law Enforcement personal on all of the items they offer to the public in their store.

Be sure to check out the Military Museum also while at the store, or make a special trip just to see the museum itself. We offer guided tours free of charge, and love to have groups with refreshment provided. If you have an organization or school event we would love to be a part of it. Contact Us to set up your event and let us show you a piece of military history dealing from the 1900 to present very few are aware of. Our museum is dedicated to all service men and women past and present.

Turner’s Army Surplus has been in business in the Texarkana area for more than 50 years. You may have noticed the F-111A Jet that sits outside of their store on I-30. What you may not know, is that they have a fantastic Military Museum inside. You can find Turner’s Army Surplus & Museum at 231 Shiloh Road, I-30 Exit 213 in Leary Texas. Call them at 903-832-6985 to schedule a group visit. Hours of operation are Monday thru Friday 9 to 5, and 9 to 2 on Saturdays. There is a lot of history in Mr. Turner’s collection as well has lots of Camping and Surplus Gear in the store, and it is most definitely worth a visit. Mr. Turner's display of respect to our American Armed Forces with his efforts is unsurpassed, and history you can learn and appreciate about our military forces over time is unfounded.

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Turner's Army Surplus Store

1953
Open for Business
George E. Turner opened Turner’s Army Surplus for business.

1961
Family Operated
George’s son, Ronnie Turner, joined in with his dad and continued serving the area with Army and military surplus items

1976
New Location
After George passed in 1976, Ronnie and his wife Doris took over the business and stayed in it’s original location until 1986 when they moved to it’s present location.