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The National Infantry Museum traces Infantry history & honors the legacy of the American Soldier.
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Congrats to the graduating Soldiers of D 1-46!
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Natl Infantry Museum Apr 17
You know how frustrating it is when you want to see a movie and when you finally get around to it, it’s gone?? Don’t let that happen with Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero! The National Infantry Museum...
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Natl Infantry Museum Apr 16
In town for the The Best Mortar Competition? Be sure to stop by the National Infantry Museum! With thousands of artifacts, monuments, interactive exhibits and video presentations on display, the...
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Natl Infantry Museum Apr 15
We're happy to see "Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero" getting such good reviews! It is a charming and beautifully told tale of a real four-legged wartime hero most of...
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Natl Infantry Museum Apr 13
Congratulations to the newest U.S. Army Infantrymen and Infantrywomen of F/2-58, A/1-19, A/2-19 & D/2-19, who all graduated today on Inouye Field at the National Infantry Museum & Soldier Center! Love of...
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Natl Infantry Museum Apr 13
Congrats to the graduating Soldiers of F 2/58, A 1/19, A 2/19 and D 2/19!
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Natl Infantry Museum Apr 12
Local audiences call it a smashing success! Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero held its hometown premiere at the National Infantry Museum Wednesday night. Supporters of Fun Academy Motion Pictures and the...
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Natl Infantry Museum Apr 12
Soldiers from C/2-47 graduated today at the National Infantry Museum & Soldier Center on Inouye Field! Battle hard, forge the thunderbolt, and panthers never quit! You can download more high res images...
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Natl Infantry Museum Apr 12
Congrats to the graduating Soldiers of C 2/47!
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Natl Infantry Museum Apr 11
Volunteers were honored for their service to the National Infantry Museum at a dinner and award ceremony last night. The volunteers – as young as 14 and as old as 92 – compiled 16,202 hours in 2017. If...
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Natl Infantry Museum Apr 6
Former United States Sen. Frank Church was selected posthumously as a Distinguished Member of the U.S. Army’s Officer Candidate School Hall of Fame. A March 24 ceremony was held at the...
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Natl Infantry Museum Apr 5
Just 75 days after learning her husband, SPC Christopher Harris, had been killed in an IED attack in Afghanistan, Brittany Harris visited the National...
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Natl Infantry Museum Apr 5
Soldiers from F/2-47 graduated today at the National Infantry Museum & Soldier Center on Inouye Field! Congratulations and welcome to the Army family. You can download more photos from today's ceremony...
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Natl Infantry Museum Apr 5
Gold Star Spouses Day is an opportunity to honor the surviving husbands and wives of fallen Soldiers. Today and every day, honor the generations of heroes who have defended freedom. Let us never forget the sacrifices of our Veterans and their...
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Natl Infantry Museum Apr 5
Congrats to the graduating Soldiers of F 2/47!
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Natl Infantry Museum Apr 4
NIM Kids Memorial Day Mini Camp! Register online now! Only $10 per camper! Kids 5-11 years old will enjoy hands-on fun, guided tours, fun facts and refreshments during the Memorial Day mini-camp at the...
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Natl Infantry Museum Mar 30
Ronald, F. Taylor, the South Carolina National Guard Chief, was one of the twenty-one OCS Hall of Fame’s most notable graduates honored in a ceremony and new...
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Natl Infantry Museum Mar 29
Welcome and Congratulations! 154 Members of Blackjack Troop, 5th Squadron, 15th Cavalry Regiment are the first to start a new tradition of Armor School graduations on the museum’s beautiful Inouye Field....
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Natl Infantry Museum Mar 28
Nick Napoleon Gillaspie was born on March 28, 1918 in Bedford, Virginia. His parents Charles and Ella were also both born in Virginia. His father died when Nick was eight months old. Nick...
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Natl Infantry Museum Mar 27
Join us now for the 1/46 Monument Dedication on Heritage Walk.
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