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We had been told that we should visit this museum and with some time to spare we made the drive out there. The museum is set up beautifully and to see all the Vietnam era equipment was fascinating. There was a nice gazebo to sit...More
My husband who served with the "Big Red 1” first infantry in Viet Nam in 1967-68 thought this was an excellent museum. He showed me C rations, a uniform like he wore, etc. There was a model of the armored personnel carrier he was taught...More
Disclaimer: I don't like museums very much.
Having said that, I still thought it was important to appreciate all the wars that this country has been through. And this museum does that - albeit from a bit of a prejudiced view.
If you're into weapons,...More
This museum is a true work in progress being built and maintained totally by volunteers. "Many of which are Vietnam Vets" All the displays reflect the hard work and pride of the volunteers. It is over half way to start of construction for the main...More
It's a very quick fast thing to see. I don't think it's state or federally funded so it's a quick version of what you would see in Washington , D.C. I'm sure little kids would like the big trucks but in my opinion it doesn't...More