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On Point Summer 2024

This summer’s On Point features in depth looks at Irvin McDowell, cavalry tactics in the Civil War, the 63d Infantry Division and more.

Post- Fort Drum, Philippines

Fort Drum, also known as El Fraile Island, was a heavily fortified site situated at the mouth of Manila Bay in the Philippines, due south of Corregidor Island, in the Boca Grande Channel. Nicknamed the “Concrete Battleship,” Fort Drum looked much like a heavily armed warship at sea.

AHF is honored to be a part of bringing a new history destination to the world, but our mission is not complete. The fundraising efforts continue, discover how to get involved and support the Museum.

Looking for the scoop on planning your Museum visit? The National Army Museum website is now live with exhibit previews, programming information, tips for itinerary planning and latest news.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS & HISTORIC TOURS

The Memorial Garden at the National Museum of the United States Army

MEMORIAL GARDEN

As part of the Museum’s mission to present a holistic picture of the Soldier experience, AHF supports the creation of a designated space that honors the sacrifices of those who serve.

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The Museum now brings a new venue for special events. Let our events team translate your vision into a successful and memorable occasion.

SUPPORT THE MUSEUM

The Museum has opened its doors, but we still need your help to construct the exterior elements and continue our support to the Museum and Army History.

YOU CAN HELP. HERE'S HOW.

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EXPLORE THE WAYS TO GIVE

There are many ways to honor your service or the service of your loved ones while also supporting the Museum. Unit Tributes, Benches, Trees, Seats, and Commemorative Bricks are all unique ways to be a part of the national landmark honoring our Army.

THEY PROTECT.
WE PRESERVE.

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