November 2014, Temporary Exhibit Update

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U.S. Special Forces Prisoners of the Vietcong

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Opening
10 February 2012
to January 2013
Sponsored by
Booz|Allen|Hamilton

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The exhibit describes:
The experiences of U.S. Special Forces
and
Military Assistance Command, Vietnam (MACV) prisoners held in South Vietnam.

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The exhibit will also cover:

  • Rescue Missions
  • Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape (SERE)
  • Modern Prisoners of War
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Visit the “Forrest of Darkness”
in Southern Vietnam,
enter an indoctrination hut,
examine a realistic “tiger cage”and learn about
real Rescue Missions
not the ones from the movies.
This exhibit
utilizing dioramas and
media technology
will immerse the visitors
in the experience.

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Airborne & Special Operations Museum Foundation
100 Bragg Blvd.
Fayetteville, North Carolina 28301
(910) 643-2778
info@asomf.org
Museum Hours
Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm
Sunday 12pm-5pm
Closed Mondays and Federal Holidays
Open Memorial Day, 4th of July and Veteran’s Day

The Airborne & Special Operations Museum Foundation supports the museum with marketing, advertising and financial support for its programs and exhibits. Opening the doors on August 16th, 2000, the 60th anniversary of the original United States Army’s Test Platoon’s first parachute jump, the museum offers free admission, a main exhibit gallery, temporary gallery, four-story tall theater, video theater and a motion simulator ride. It is located in Historic Downtown Fayetteville on the corner of Bragg Boulevard and Hay Street, adjacent to the city’s Freedom Memorial Park and the recently built North Carolina Veteran’s Park. The main gallery is designed as a self-guiding tour, in chronological order, through the history of the airborne and special operations soldiers, from 1940 to the present. The temporary gallery changes throughout the year and displays a myriad of exhibits pertaining to the United States Army, airborne and special operation units through their history and conflicts from World War II to the present. For a nominal fee visitors can ride the 24 seat motion simulator. Find our privacy policy here.

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