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We are building the first ever National Army Museum.
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National Army Museum Nov 16
2010, former SSGT Salvatore Giunta is presented the MOH by Pres Obama. He receives the award for his actions on 10/25/07 in the Korengal Valley, Afghanistan.
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National Army Museum Nov 16
November 19 is the deadline to place commemorative brick orders and receive your replica in time for the holidays! Order your bricks today:
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National Army Museum Nov 15
1864, MG Sherman begins marching a 60,000-man army from Atlanta, east toward the Atlantic coast. This action becomes known as “Sherman’s March to the Sea.”
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National Army Museum Nov 14
Army Quote of the Week:
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National Army Museum Nov 14
Replying to @JessicaLynne623
Our projected opening is Fall 2019
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National Army Museum Nov 14
1965, the Battle of LZ X-Ray, begins in Pleiku Province, Vietnam, as 1st Btn, 7th Cav, 1st Air Cav Div, lands in the Ia Drang Valley.
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National Army Museum Nov 13
Don’t forget! Order your Commemorative Bricks today to ensure the replicas arrive in time for the holidays!
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National Army Museum Nov 13
1982, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial is dedicated on the National Mall to honor the memory of men and women who served in SE Asia.
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National Army Museum Nov 10
Trivia of the Week Answer: 1954 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower
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National Army Museum Nov 10
1865, CPT Henry Wirz, cmdr of the Confederate prisoner-of-war camp in GA, is hanged after his conviction of crimes by a court-martial.
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National Army Museum Nov 10
Trivia of the Week
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National Army Museum Nov 9
1780, at the Battle of Fishdam Ford, BG Thomas Sumter’s camp is attacked at night by British infantry and dragoons.
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National Army Museum Nov 8
This week the Registry of the American Soldier honors 1LT Hans Nadrian Chlarson, who emigrated from Sweden and served during the Civil War.
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National Army Museum Nov 8
1942, with MG Eisenhower in overall command, 3 Army invasion task forces operating with British forces conduct Op Torch.
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National Army Museum Nov 7
1862, MG George B. McClellan is relieved as commander of the Army of the Potomac and replaced by MG Ambrose Burnside.
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National Army Museum Nov 7
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National Army Museum Nov 7
1848, MG Zachary Taylor, a serving regular officer, is elected president. Taylor resigns from the Army on Jan 31, 1849.
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National Army Museum Nov 6
1990, the Army begins replacing M1 Abrams tanks deployed to Saudi Arabia with the M1A1 model.
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National Army Museum Nov 6
1850, Alcatraz Island, located in San Francisco Bay, is declared a military reservation by executive order.
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National Army Museum Nov 3
Trivia of the Week Answer: Washington, Jackson, W.H. Harrison, Zachary Taylor, U.S. Grant & Dwight D. Eisenhower
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