Contains sites for museums which exhibit and collect artifacts related to the military of the United States Army.

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The 390th Memorial Museum
Contains the restored B-17G "I'll Be Around", as well as other World War II exhibits. Includes photos and directions. Located on the grounds of the Pima Air and Space Museum in Tucson.
82nd Airborne Division War Memorial Museum
Includes history, hours, photo gallery and directions. Located in Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
AAF Tank Museum
Mattituck, New York. One of the finest collections of tanks, armoured vehicles, ordnance, uniforms, and headgear found anywhere in the world.
Airborne and Special Operations Museum
Displays start in 1940 with the conception of the U.S. Army Parachute Test Platoon and end with today's airborne and special operations units. Includes a visitor's guide, volunteer roles, a gift shop, and maps. Located in Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
Army Ordnance Museum
Mostly examples of foreign countries' weapons from World War II and I, on display in the field outside the building. Inside are special displays, an collection of small arms, library and a small theater. Includes photos, hours, membership details, location and contact details. Located at Aberdeen Proving Ground.
Military Museum of Southern New England
Offering over 10,000 20th and 21st century military and home side history artifacts. Provides virtual tour and information on exhibits, group tours, events and gift shop. Located in Danbury, Connecticut.
National Guard Militia Museum
This organization has the mission of preserving and explaining the military heritage of New Jersey. Located in Lawrenceville.
National Museum of Cavalry & Armor
Established in 1949 to preserve historical materials relating to Mechanized Cavalry and Armor and to make them available to Armor soldiers and for public exhibit and research. Located in Fort Knox, Kentucky.
U.S. Army Center of Military History
Covers history of the US army.
U.S. Army Quartermaster Museum
Preserving the history and traditions of the U.S. Army's oldest logistics branch. Located at Fort Lee, Virginia.
U.S. Army Women's Museum
A resource for history of women in the Army. Located in Fort Lee, Virginia.
White Sands Missile Range Museum
Traces the origin of America's missile and space activity. Includes information about hours, exhibits, range history, a map and driving directions to its location near Alamogordo, New Mexico.
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