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Explore the 250-year history of the U.S. Army through educational resources for a variety of audiences and interests. From traditional curriculum to self-guided activities for classroom or home, the Museum has digital resources for visitors of all ages.
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U.S. Army history is full of stories of loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity, and personal courage. Discover these unique stories and how the U.S. Army has adapted through the years.
Millions of men and women have had the honor of calling themselves U.S. Soldiers. Each one has contributed to the vast and varied history of the U.S. Army. Learn about the lives and service of U.S. Soldiers.
The U.S. Army reflects and shapes the nation’s character. Integrate U.S. Army history into your classroom through standards-based lesson plans.
The diversity of the U.S. Army is one of its greatest assets. When Soldiers of different races, ethnicities, religions, sexual orientations, and other identities unite for a common mission, the result is a stronger and more effective force. Explore the diverse history of the U.S. Army through various heritage month resources.
National History Day is a year-long academic program focused on historical research, interpretation, and creative expression for 6th- 12th-grade students. Explore aspects of U.S. Army history for the 2023-24 National History Day theme: Turning Points in History.
Immerse yourself in U.S. Army history with engaging videos on a topics from the Revolutionary War to the modern War on Terror. Visit the Museum’s YouTube page to learn even more about the U.S. Army.
U.S. Army history comes alive through timelines, maps, and online exhibits. Interact with history and discover unique stories of Soldiers from all eras of American history.