The granite plaques honoring Army units have become one of the most popular personalized Soldier recognitions at the Museum.
Call to Duty
In June 1944, 19-year-old Carver McGriff participated in the D-Day invasion, crossing the beaches of Normandy to join the 357th Infantry Regiment.
The Museum officially reopened to the public on June 14, marking the Army’s 246th Birthday by welcoming visitors back inside the home of U.S. Army history.
Over 600 Donut Dollies responded to the somewhat opaque Red Cross’s ads seeking “qualified young women who were willing to serve one year overseas.”
The Foundation is pleased to announce that Dr. John F. Hillen increased his giving to the Circles of Distinction bringing him to the Three-Star level.
We are excited to announce our newest publication, a book depicting the making of the National Museum of the United States Army.
AHF’s Grassroots Volunteers continue to share news and information about the National Museum of the United States Army with their communities.
“Wow. Just wow.” Words uttered by Sergeant First Class Don Francisco (USA-Ret.) on his visit to the National Museum of the United States Army.
The next installation of bricks will begin this spring along the “South Walk” at the National Museum of the United States Army.