The Museum will conduct battlefield learning experiences.
The National Museum staff offers an annual series of guided hikes at battlefields and other historic sites related to the U.S. Army’s military history. These events are free and open to the public.
Called a “Leadership Walk,” this annual teamwork learning experience is tailored to specific businesses or industries to meet their staff cohesion goals.
In-depth battlefield tours are conducted by the U.S. Army Center of Military History for military and government agencies only. View more information on staff rides.
Activities are integrated with ROTC Cadet leadership development programs to help expand knowledge of Army history and culture.
In addition to the one-time visit option, including the Galleries and ELC, we will have specific ROTC Programs throughout the academic year that emphasize leadership development. The program will focus learning on Army history, helping to meet overall Cadet academic requirements. This will include an annual plan with two/three programs each year that build on a topic or historic time period with each visit.
More information to come.