Joe Mantegna, star of CBS’ Criminal Minds and spokesperson for the Capital Campaign for the National Museum of the United States Army, visited The Army Historical Foundation (AHF) in Arlington, Va. on March 15 to help launch the Foundation’s Army Commemorative Brick Program.
Shown here with Kerri Kline, AHF’s Director of Donor Initiatives and Museum Relations, Mantegna commented, “I may be an actor by trade, but I’m here today because veterans, the military, the Army, and the National Army Museum are my passion.”
Mantegna also received an update on campaign progress and lunched with retired Army Chiefs of Staff, Generals Gordon R. Sullivan, Dennis J. Reimer, and George W. Casey, Jr.; AHF President General William Hartzog (USA-Ret.); AHF Executive Director BG Creighton W. Abrams, Jr. (USA-Ret.); and Campaign Executive Director MG John P. Herrling (USA-Ret.).
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