NEWS

The Museum is Temporarily Closed

While the Museum is temporarily closed you can engage with the Museum from home! EXPLORE our Events calendar for virtual events from book talks to field trips; VISIT our Education page for hands-on activities; WATCH our Curator's Corner video series; and BROWSE our Museum Store!

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Events

Bring Museum Programs to You

Visit the Events Calendar for the latest virtual programming.
Book Talks, Battle Briefs, Field Trips, and Seminars.

Virtual Events

Video Series

Curator’s Corner
K9 Veteran Stories

Working dogs have been part of every conflict since World War II.
These Army dogs detect threats and protect Soldiers and civilians.

Watch Video

Education

Visit our Digital Resources and Explore Learning Opportunities from Home

Hands-On Activities, Articles, Biographies,
Army Innovation Highlights, and Artifact Video Series.

Learning Resources

National Museum of the United States Army

The National Museum of the United States Army celebrates over 245 years of Army history and honors our nation’s Soldiers—past, present and future—the regular Army, the Army Reserve and the Army National Guard.

Hours & Information

The Museum will open to the public on Veterans Day, 2020. Click the link to find more information about our hours.

Hours of Operations
Admission is Free

Admission is FREE, but tickets are required to ensure the most enjoyable visitor experience. Click the link to find out how to reserve yours.

Reserve your tickets
Get Directions

The Museum is located right outside our nation's capital. Find out how to get here and experience the museum.

Directions & Parking
Contact the Museum

How do you contact us at the museum? There are many ways and different departments. Find the best method here.

Contact Information

Events

Articles

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Foreign Aid in an Era of Great Power Competition

Foreign Aid in an Era of Great Power Competition [Source: “Foreign Aid in an Era…

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Leadership Lessons from Gettysburg

Leadership Lessons from Gettysburg [Source: “Leadership Lessons from Gettysburg”, U.S Army, Strategy Bridge,  November 17,…

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The Role of MILITARY HISTORY in the CONTEMPORARY ACADEMY

The Role of MILITARY HISTORY in the CONTEMPORARY ACADEMY [Source: “The Roleof Military History in…

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Assault on Fortress Europe : Military Deception and Operation Fortitude South

Assault on Fortress Europe Military Deception and Operation Fortitude South  [Source: “Assault on Fortress Europe…

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The 2003 Battle of Baghdad

The 2003 Battle of Baghdad A Case Study of Urban Battle during Large-Scale Combat Operations…

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History
“The Infernal Balloon” Union Aeronautics During the American Civil War

The Infernal Balloon [Source: “The Infernal Balloon”, ARMYHISTORY, Web, Fall 2014 PB 20-14-4 (No. 93)…

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History
WHAT’S IN A NAME?

WHAT’S IN A NAME? [Source: “WHAT’S IN A NAME?”, WAR ROOM, Web,  January 2, 2020]…

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The Eight Essential Characteristics of Army Officership: BE A STUDENT OF HISTORY

The Eight Essential Characteristics of Army Officership: BE A STUDENT OF HISTORY [Source: “The Eight…

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Soldier becomes US citizen before deployment

Soldier becomes US citizen before deployment [Source: “Soldier becomes US citizen before deployment”, Army Mil,…

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Chaplain Corps honors first active-duty African-American female colonel

Chaplain Corps honors first active-duty African-American female colonel [Source: “Chaplain Corps honors first active-duty African-American…