Bosley and Bratch, Veterans Disability Lawyers, will be sponsoring Veterans Day at the Armed Forces History Museum on Tuesday, November 11th from 10am to 4pm by providing free admission to all veterans and active military with proper ID.
With over 80 years of experience, Bosley & Bratch have a team of veterans [...]
Title: Marketing Sales Coordinator
Summary of Responsibilities:
The position reports to the Assistant Executive Director and is responsible for revenue-driven operations inclusive of prospecting and scheduling of group and field trip admissions, memberships, volunteers and museum/special event promotions.
Maintain an extensive database of group sales and field trip clients inclusive of schools, [...]
On Thursday, November 13, 2013, the Armed Forces History Museum – in conjunction with Senior Voice of America – will be hosting a Senior Expo. From 10 AM to 3 PM, at least 28 vendors will be on hand throughout the museum with helpful product and service information for our senior community. [...]
On Friday, September 12th, Iwo Jima survivors from the 5th Marine Division visited the Armed Forces History Museum in Largo, FL. Below is a clip from WFLA Channel 8. It was both an honor and a privilege to host this distinguished group of men who served our country.
Did you know you can support the Armed Forces History Museum while shopping online? The AFHM is now a registered organization with AmazonSmile Foundation, so every time you shop, you can support the museum.
By simply clicking on the link below, a portion of your eligible purchases made on AmazonSmile will be donated back to [...]
These One-of-a-Kind sculptures of military metal artwork are a must have. They make excellent gifts, especially if you need to purchase something for the person who has everything. Each sculpture is hand crafted in-house by our own artisan making each one a unique design.
20mm Metal Artwork Business Card Holder
Engraved bricks are not only an excellent choice as a military gift for your World War II veteran or other military service personnel but they also can become a lasting memorial to your veteran or a loved one who is still serving on active military duty. The purchase of a memorial engraved brick [...]
There is a new kid in town at the Armed Forces History Museum – a British Army Amphibious Alvis Stalwart. If you haven’t seen this incredible vehicle, stop by and check it out. Below are some interesting facts about the Alvis Stalwart.
The Alvis Stalwart was often referred to as [...]
Below is a brief overview of the US Army Corp from its inception in 1860 through World War I:
The US Army Signal Corps has always quickly responded to the communication need of the US military since the Civil War. Though the Corps first became active in March [...]
Carrier Pigeons, used to carry communications during World War I, proved to be instrumental in the war. Because advanced telecommunications had yet to be developed, the carrier pigeon was often used by both sides, not only for critical dispatches, but also often sent from the front line [...]
Overview of the Ghost Army
During World War II the Ghost Army, a tactical deception unit which imitated prior British operations, was used by the US military. Information on this unit remained undisclosed until 1996. In fact, parts of it still remain classified.
The conception of the Ghost [...]
People often refer to the World War II era United States citizens as the greatest generation. This phrase was first coined by journalist and former NBC Nightly News anchor Tom Brokaw. Brokaw, who wrote a book in 1998 entitled The Greatest Generation, reflected in the book on the incredible [...]