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Brick Program Reaches New Success

Another milestone has been reached as the Army Historical Foundation’s (AHF’s) commemorative brick program continues to “pave the way to history.”  The program recently received its 5000th brick order.  Four…

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Registry Spinoffs Go Active; Galloway Enrolled

The Army Historical Foundation (AHF) is pleased to announce two new complementary facets of the Registry of the American Soldier—the Registry of the Army Community and the Registry of the…

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Awards Announced for Excellence in U.S. Army History Writing

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 16 June 2016 Arlington, VA – At its Nineteenth Annual Members’ Meeting, held 16 June 2016 at the Association of the United States Army Building in Arlington,…

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Why My Brick? – Martha Iverson-Carpenter

As supporters of the National Museum of the United States Army continue to purchase Commemorative Bricks, they also continue to contribute stories to the “Why My Brick” program which allows…

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The Soldier Experience Series Latest Highlights

The Army Historical Foundation (AHF) presented its second and third exhibits in The Soldier Experience Series—Women in the Army: Choosing to Serve, and Asian-American and Pacific Islander Soldier Stories: Honor…

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Social Giving, Participating With Your Peers

The Army Historical Foundation has recently launched a Peer-to-Peer Giving program as part of the National Museum of the United States Army Campaign. The program is yet another way to…

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“No Task Too Great”

Jerry Hansen, former Principal Deputy Assistant to the Secretary of the Army and former Project Executive Officer for the National Museum of the United States Army (2007-2012), has rallied his…

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Westward Expansion Display

Conceptual rendering courtesy of Eisterhold Associates Inc. As the nation expanded westward across the continent, the Army was tasked with protecting the settlers and representing the federal government in areas…

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The Lexington & Concord Society: New Sponsorship Opportunities

The Army Historical Foundation has launched an exciting new program offering sponsorship opportunities to members of the Lexington & Concord Society. Society members will now be able to sponsor features…

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The U.S. Army Barrack Shoes, Pattern 1886

By Ephriam D. Dickson III Deputy Chief, Field Museums Branch, U.S. Army Center of Military History Since the Army’s establishment, supply officers have struggled earnestly to find a functional design…

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