Main Gallery Exhibit: Airborne Armor – The M551 Sheridan Tank
World War II Glider on Display
Front Entrance to Museum
Super 61 Helicopter Rotor – from “Black Hawk Down” Operation in Somalia
C-47 Transport Plane – Interior Mockup
For over twenty years, the U.S. Army Airborne & Special Operations Museum has told the stories of those who have fought valiantly to protect the liberty we hold most dear. The Museum has preserved and honored the legendary feats of our Airborne and Special Operations Soldiers.
Serving as an adjunct to the local academic and cultural community, the Museum provides military history training and instruction to Soldiers and veterans, their families, and to the public at large. We invite you to plan a visit with friends and family.
Hundreds of flags will fly on the Parade Field of the Airborne and Special Operations Museum from October 3- November 30. Each flag comes with its own story and displays …
On Memorial Day 2018, the Veterans Athletes United (VAU) group completed the traveling Global War on Terror (GWOT) Memorial Flag to honor close to 7,000 GWOT fallen heroes and Gold …
The Airborne and Special Operations Museum will host a special exhibit, Ghost Army: The Combat Con Artists of World War II from December 15, 2020 through April 25, 2021. Ghost …
The U.S. Army Airborne and Special Operations Museum will be reopening Tuesday, September 15. For more information regarding safety protocols, click on the button below.