The Army Historical has launched the preliminary release of the Brick Locator App to assist in finding your brick on the Museum’s campus.
Call to Duty
It has been four years since Duane Lempke began capturing on film, the progression of building the National Museum of the United States Army.
Do you want to ensure YOUR Army unit is honored at the National Museum of the United States Army?
The Society is featured on the Veterans’ Hall’s Wall, which recognizes the many organizations and military units that have contributed to the Museum.
The Garden offers a space for visitors to learn more about the award and honor Army recipients of the nation’s highest medal for valor.
Dr. Peter M. Tan, a retired Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon is President and CEO of TANARM, LLC.
Do you want to leave a lasting legacy? Do you want to support the National Museum of the United States Army beyond your lifetime? If you answered, yes, then you are like our many, generous members who have decided to leave a gift through their will or trust to expand their support of the Museum …
Retired Captain Monika and retired Lieutenant Colonel Tim Stoy have been early supporters of the National Museum of the United States Army.
In the beginning, Lempke’s photos were mostly taken by air, with the help of his friend, Steve Bussman, who piloted the helicopter.
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 …