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Museum Snapshots – The Knox Trail Diorama

Rather than sending visitors on a chronological forced march through time in the Fighting for the Nation Gallery, the National Museum of the U.S. Army will provide a focused and unique series of exhibits that from the outset get to the

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Family Honors Father’s Service in Military Intelligence

Kazuo Yamane, a veteran of World War II, was one of many Japanese-Americans who served their nation despite widespread discrimination against Americans of Japanese descent. As a master sergeant in the 100th Infantry Battalion (Separate), primarily a Japanese-American military unit and later the Military Intelligence Service (MIS), Yamane’s

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Grassroots Volunteer Spotlight: Don Lanman

This issue our Army Historical Foundation (AHF) Grassroots Volunteer Spotlight features Don Lanman of Riviera Beach, Fla.  Don, a veteran of the Vietnam War, has devoted much of his free time to helping other veterans. He serves on the boards

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Civil War Belt Plate

By Paul Morando, Chief of Exhibits, National Museum of the United States Army Objects found on a battlefield can provide curators and historians a human connection to the subject they are studying. These objects often become artifacts and find a

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Museum Spotlight: Campaign Streamers

The Army has fought in eleven wars and conducted 190 campaigns over more than 240 years. Those hard-fought honors are represented by campaign streamers attached to the Army flag as a reminder of the selfless service and courage of the

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