ROTC Values & Army Leadership Seminar

AUSA Center for Leadership speakers will present presentations relating historical examples of Army leadership to contemporary Army operations, structures, and values.

From the Army Art Collection – Army Aviation

An argument can be made that Army Aviation began with the use of observation balloons during the Civil War, the Army’s initial foray into modern aviation came with the acquisition of its first aircraft from the Wright brothers in 1909.

Army ArtiFACTS — Episode 11 — The Great Locomotive Chase

A group of Union Soldiers steal a train, named The General, to disrupt the Confederate supply chain. Listen to The Southern Museum’s Josh Trower as he describes what he refers to as “one of the first special forces missions” resulting in the very first Medals of Honor.

Ardennes-Alsace Campaign

On 16 December 1944, the German Wehrmacht launched what would be its last major offensive in the West. 

Locate and view your Museum tribute – Virtual brick, bench, and tree locator to be updated

Museum supporters will soon be able to virtually locate and view their commemorative bricks, trees and outdoor benches on the Museum campus thanks to an upgrade to the Foundation’s locator app. The app is being developed by Esri, an international supplier of geographic information system (GIS) software, web GIS and geodatabase management applications. The company first offered their support to the Foundation by creating the original version of the app, which showed brick locations along the Museum’s Path of Remembrance and the bricks’ inscriptions. The updated version of the app has greatly expanded to include the thousands of additional commemorative