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Museum Design

Facebook Twitter Instagram DONATE museum design The National Army Museum will occupy over 80 acres of the grounds of beautiful Fort Belvoir, Va., less than 30 minutes south of our nation’s capital in Washington, D.C.  The main building will be approximately 185,000 square feet and display selections from 15,000 pieces from the Army Art Collection …

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The Army Historical Foundation Board Members Gen. Eric K. Shinseki, U.S. Army, Retired, Chairman Lt. Gen. Larry R. Jordan, U.S. Army, Retired, Vice Chairman Maj. Gen. Russell L. Fuhrman, U.S. Army, Retired Sgt. Major Kenneth O. Preston, U.S. Army, Retired Dr. Krewasky A. Salter, U.S. Army, Retired Ms. Debbie R. Brooks Mr. Don M. Fox …

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Commemorative Bricks

CREATE YOUR BRICK THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY COMMEMORATIVE BRICKS Find My Brick Use the Brick Locator App to search by the exact inscription for a map and the location of your commemorative brick installed on the Museum grounds. The section number in the pop up box corresponds to a section of bricks …

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Civil War Symposium

Save the Date! October 8-10, 2020 Announcing the first National Museum of the United States Army History Symposium!  On October 8-10, 2020, join lead experts as they examine and discuss Leadership in the Civil War. This three-day event will include staff-guided tours of the National Army Museum, historian presentations, and two optional guided Civil War …

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Veterans’ Hall Wall

VETERANS’ HALL WALL VETERANS’ HALL WALL For donations between $2,500 and $500,000, any veterans group or association can get their name on the Donor Wall in Veterans’ Hall – a special multi-purpose space to honor the service and sacrifice of America’s veterans. Learn more about becoming a part of Veterans’ Hall. Silver Medallion Association of the …

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Lexington & Concord Society

LEXINGTON & CONCORD SOCIETY Lexington & Concord Society “Here once the embattled farmers stoodAnd fired the shot heard round the world.” — “Concord Hymn” Ralph Waldo Emerson On April 19, 1775, tensions between the American colonists and the British government climaxed, resulting in the first military engagements of the American Revolution. Militiamen from nearby towns came …

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