Remember D-Day

The Army Historical Foundation invites you to join a panel of historians and museum professionals as they discuss why it’s important to remember D-Day.

Sunken Roads Screening at the Museum

June 1, 2024, the Army Historical Foundation invites you to a free screening of the documentary Sunken Roads: Three Generations After D-Day followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker Charlotte Juergens.

A Soldier

My admiration and respect for the military is often found in words I pen in poetry.
The poem ”A Soldier“ was inspired by General Sullivan’s life of military service and dedication to our country.

ARMY ARTIFACTS — EPISODE 16: World War II Motorcycles

In this episode of Army ArtiFACTS, Kathleen Lugarich (Army Historical Foundation) and Christopher Ripstein (Harley-Davidson Museum) talk about the Harley-Davidson WLA model motorcycle and its purpose in World War II.

ARMY ARTIFACTS — EPISODE 15: She’s Everything. Army Barbie.

In this episode of Army Artifacts, Russell Horton, the Reference & Outreach Archivist for the Wisconsin Veterans Museum in Madison, Wisconsin, shares the story of Major Jackie Mulhern who served in the Wisconsin Army National Guard as a Nurse from 1981 to 1994.

Special Exhibit to Mark D-Day 80th Anniversary

Ahead of the 80th anniversary of D-Day on June 6, 2024, the Museum will host the World War II Museum’s traveling exhibit “D-Day: Freedom From Above” in the special exhibition space starting April 6, 2024.