My father served 20 years, so I'm a bit biased, but this is definitely a place worth visiting. It's a great way to honor those who have been wounded in the line of duty. We went on a rainy Tuesday, so we were the only visitors at the time, but that made it even better. The guides give you a nice short intro when you walk in and you learn that this is all a work in progress, and that the people putting this together really care about making it the best it can be. You move on to a room to watch a 20 minute video on the history of the medal, then you're free to wander the museum at leisure. We were probably there an hour and a half total and we stopped to read everything. Unfortunately the adjoining Catonment was closed because it was Tuesday, but we went ahead and looked around the grounds as well. We'd all like to go back and see that part when it's open, too.
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