The Army Historical Foundation is proud to announce the opening of “The Art of Soldering.” The exhibit will showcase the American Soldier from the civil war to the present.
National Museum of the United States Army
“(Volunteering) allowed me to continue to feel connected to the Army.”
The pandemic may have made the Museum’s first year a little shorter, but that did not stop organizations of every stripe from rushing to be among the first to host their event in the Museum’s magnificent spaces. The Museum has provided a stunning and patriotic backdrop to more than 50 events since opening November 11, 2020. Space reservations are now being taken for 2022 with dates filling up fast!
Here are a few tips for ensuring the whole family gets the most out of their visit.
The Museum is inviting volunteers who served in Vietnam to share their stories and display their personal artifacts on March 29.
At the end of February, AHF attended Museums Advocacy Day, organized by the American Alliance of Museums.
Margaret Myers Beeker always knew about the trunk in her parents’ attic. Inside were three U.S. Army uniforms and two “doughboy” helmets worn by her father Frank and uncles George and Paul, during World War I. All three brothers had deployed to France with the American Expeditionary Forces at the same time. When the time …
The Museum officially reopened to the public on June 14, marking the Army’s 246th Birthday by welcoming visitors back inside the home of U.S. Army history.