Individual Soldier stories, and the stories of Army supporters, are part of the Army’s story and each inscription uniquely supports the theme and the importance of the National Museum of the United States Army. We hope to continue to share “Why my brick?” stories in our publications and on social media. Here are a select few of our favorite stories.

COL Patrick Montgomery

COL Patrick Montgomery This brick is in honor of my father, Colonel Patrick J Montgomery. He first Joined the Army in 1955 and retired in 1986, then went on to

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COL Thomas G. Cole

COL Thomas G. Cole The Army was good to me and I loved being a Soldier! Having served for over 31 years from Private to Colonel, the Army afforded me

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LTC Alfred H. Crenshaw

LTC Alfred H. Crenshaw I am honoring my father, my hero, Alfred H. Crenshaw who fought in WWII with the 83rd Chemical Mortar Battalion. After OCS he joined the battalion

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SGT Carl F. Curran

SGT Carl F. Curran Honored by: Manuela Curran I am placing this brick, In memory of my son, Sgt Carl F. Curran, who served with the Pa. National Guard 28th

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James (Jim) E. Wright, Jr.

James (Jim) E. Wright, Jr. My paver acknowledges the exceptional and courageous men and women who subsidized my career with their superb performance and selfless service. The US Army offered

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