My entire family had been in town for a wedding so we decided to pay a visit to the museum as our late uncle had been a Seal. We knew that some of his possessions had been donated by my grandmother in the 80s but most of us had never been there. We weren't even sure his items would still be there or that maybe they had been moved to an archive.
It was great to see the history from the Frogmen and Scouts to Vietnam and modern day Seals. Getting a look at the training, equipment and weaponry is an amazing look into the life of these heroic men. Although I'm sure it can't even touch upon what its like in real life.
By a mix up we wound up arriving over an hour early and the museum wasn't even open. However the gentleman who was working there that day was very kind and upon hearing we were there to seen some of our uncle's stuff he kindly let us in early and we got to have the whole place to ourselves. It was wonderful to get the chance to see my uncle's paddle, and flag still hanging on the walls and seeing his commemorative brick in the path.
This place is a wonderful tribute to amazing men. A definite must see for military buffs or anyone looking for something to do in Fort Pierce.
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