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New Museum Online Store Open

The holidays are upon us and that means it’s the season for gift giving! The new National Museum of the United States Army (NMUSA) Online Store launched this fall to ensure that the Army veterans and military history buffs on your list get the perfect gift. “The new store is filled with Museum and Army-related…

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The 1814 Society Receives Update on Museum, Tours Construction Site

Over 85 members of the Army Historical Foundation’s (AHF’s) The 1814 Society from nine states and the District of Columbia gathered on October 27 near Fort Belvoir, Va. for an update on the future National Museum of the United States Army (NMUSA) and a tour of ongoing construction on the Museum site. General Gordon R.…

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Grassroots Spotlight: Ed Schwartz

Have you heard about the Army Historical Foundation’s Grassroots Volunteer Program? Supporters of the National Museum of the United States Army (NMUSA) across the country and around the world are working every day to spread Museum news to their communities and beyond. One of these volunteers is Ed Schwartz of Omaha, Neb. Ed has volunteered…

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Museum Spotlight: Experiential Learning Center (ELC)

Located off the main Lobby of the National Museum of the United States Army (NMUSA), the Experiential Learning Center (ELC) will be a premier feature of the Museum. Sponsored by Lockheed Martin, the ELC will promote geography, science, technology, engineering and mathematics (GSTEM) educational programs. Visitors will first enter the ELC’s Assembly Area, which will…

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Trophy of War: Korean War Bugle

The National Museum of the U.S. Army recently accepted into its collection a rare and intriguing artifact—a battle-battered Chinese bugle. It is a relic of a forgotten battlefield and a forgotten conflict. Don Treadwell, a retired Army veteran who served in the 5th Regimental Combat Team (RCT) during the Korean War, recently donated the bugle…

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Sullivan Holds Live Q and A Session with RallyPoint

Army Historical Foundation (AHF) Chairman General Gordon R. Sullivan (USA-Ret.) recently conducted a live Question and Answer session with RallyPoint, the online military community, to raise awareness about the National Museum of the United States Army (NMUSA) and answer questions about Army history and leadership. RallyPoint, a hybrid Facebook and LinkedIn social platform exclusively for…

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Production Begins on Commemorative Bricks

Over 6,000 commemorative bricks have been purchased to date as a lasting way to honor the service and sacrifice of currently serving Soldiers, Army veterans, and Department of the Army civilians as part of the National Museum of the United States Army (NMUSA) Brick Program. These bricks are now in production to be used to…

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Bradley Leads the Way as First Four Macro Artifacts are Pre-Positioned

The M3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle that led the charge from Kuwait into Baghdad in 2003 has once again served as the lead vehicle advancing on a vital objective.  This time the objective was the campus of the National Museum of the United States Army (NMUSA) now under construction at Fort Belvoir, Va. The Bradley, assigned…

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Featured Grassroots Spotlight: Nick Paganella

As Museum construction makes exciting strides, our Grassroots Volunteers continue to spread the news about the National Museum of the United States Army. One such volunteer is Nick Paganella of Framingham, Mass., who described his choice to join the Army Historical Foundation’s (AHF’s) Grassroots Program as “a no-brainer.” Nick served in the Massachusetts National Guard…

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S3 Pledges Support to Museum

S3, System Studies & Simulation, Inc., provider of technical products and services for over twenty-five years and located in Huntsville, Ala., has pledged its support to the National Museum of the United States Army (NMUSA) through a gift of $250,000. CEO of S3, Jan Smith, explained S3’s continued emphasis on supporting veterans, pointing out that…

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