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EY Presents Check to Foundation

Ernst & Young LLP (EY), a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services, presented the Army Historical Foundation (AHF) with a check for $20,000 in a presentation at the Museum on February 27th.  Katherine Hammack, Executive Director, Government and Public Sector, Ernst & Young LLP, said, “The National Museum of the United States …

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National Spokesman Joe Mantegna Tours Museum

Joe Mantegna, National Spokesman for the National Museum of the United States Army, recently joined LTG Roger Schultz USA-Ret), Army Historical Foundation (AHF) President, and Ms. Tammy Call, Director of the National Army Museum, to view progress at the facility now under construction at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. It was Mantegna’s second visit to the site. …

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Artifact Spotlight: German Howitzer Installed in WWI Tableau

By Paul Morando, Chief, Exhibits Division, National Museum of the United States Army Exhibit construction has greatly increased at the National Museum of the United States Army as key elements are being installed. Recently, a German 10.5 cm Light Field Howitzer was carefully placed in the World War I immersion tableau inside the Nation Overseas …

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Wartime Helicopters Latest Macro Artifacts Added in Museum

Two historic rotary wing aircraft—a World War II R-4B called “The Sikorsky” after its designer Igor Sikorsky, and a Vietnam-era UH-1B Iroquois commonly known as  the “Huey”—were the latest macro artifacts installed in the National Museum of the United States Army. Considered the forerunner of today’s rotary wing aircraft, “The Sikorsky” was the Army’s first …

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