We spent two hours at the Army Heritage Center in Carlisle. In those two hours we learned much about the history of warfare from the Civil War to modern times. I was impressed with the materials and displays in the museum and could not read everything because many displays were high up on the wall and I'm short. This obviously was designed by a tall man. However, there probably is not enough space to show all the information properly in the museum. On the outside there are weapons from WW l and WW ll. The exhibits are spread far apart and it was a hot day so we did not see everything. I found the recreation of a trench from WW l very fascinating as I could walk through it and see what those soldiers endured. I would recommend a visit if you want a quick view of our military history. Along with this I would also recommend the air museum near Chantilly Virginia. This will also provide more information to those interested in the United States ability to fight in wars using the air versus the land.
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