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Commemorative Brick Program Receives 10,000th Brick Purchase

Over 8,000 commemorative bricks have been installed along the Path of Remembrance at The National Museum of the United States Army Museum. Now, the brick program has reached an exciting new milestone! The 10,000th brick was recently purchased by Sergeant First Class Don Francisco (USA-Ret.), a life member of the Army Historical Foundation (AHF). He …

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Grassroots Spotlight

Museum opening is just around the corner! We still need your help in sharing information about the National Museum of the United States Army in your community. Charles Hoffman is one of our amazing grassroots volunteers. He has been working hard to tell his community of Oviedo, Fla., about the Museum. Charles learned about the …

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AHF Attends American Bus Association Marketplace

Members of the Army Historical Foundation (AHF) staff recently attended the American Bus Association’s Marketplace 2020 in Omaha, Nebraska. AHF and the Virginia Tourism Corporation (VTC) partnered for a booth to promote Virginia tourism, in particular the National Museum of the United States Army— soon to be Virginia’s newest tourist destination. “Motorcoach tours are a …

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Civil War Symposium

Save the Date! October 8-10, 2020 Announcing the first National Museum of the United States Army History Symposium!  On October 8-10, 2020, join lead experts as they examine and discuss Leadership in the Civil War. This three-day event will include staff-guided tours of the National Army Museum, historian presentations, and two optional guided Civil War …

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The Damron Family

The Damron Family My wife purchased this brick for our anniversary to honor the service of my father, COL James C. Damron, Ret., brothers LTC James K. Damron, Ret. and LTC Jack K. Damron, Ret. and myself, COL Thomas C. Damron, Ret. We had 102 years of service between the four of us, with Dad’s …

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CPT Nathan A. Lanford

CPT Nathan A. Lanford I purchased a brick in my name to honor the men of the rifle company I commanded, Co. A 3rd Btn.8th Inf. Regiment of the 4th Inf. Div. in Vietnam 1967-1968. “Why my brick?” Testimonial Page.