For the fourth year, the ASOMF is partnering with the Cumberland Community Foundation (CCF) to participate in Giving Tuesday – a national day of giving that will take place on Tuesday, November 28th, 2023.
The CCF is an amazing organization that helps non-profits like ours thrive in Fayetteville/Cumberland County. This year, CCF is asking donors to give local by donating online through the CCF Giving Tuesday catalog between November 20th – November 29th, 2023.
The Cumberland Community Foundation will be matching up to $550,000 in gifts received throughout this Giving Tuesday campaign – so be sure to donate during this time in order to have your donation amplified!
We would like to thank Cumberland Community Foundation, Inc., Will Gillis, Elizabeth “Beth” Keeney, Daphne and Ray Manning, Carol and Sammy Short, Fayetteville New Car Dealers Association, Healy Wholesale, and three anonymous donors for making this match possible!
On August 5th, 2023, the world lost a great American and Soldier, General (Ret.) James Lindsay.
General Lindsay was an American Soldier and leader known by all to have extraordinary physical bravery and moral courage. Many don’t realize that he was also one of the driving forces behind the U.S. Army Airborne and Special Operations Museum (ASOM).
To learn more about how General James Lindsay help make the ASOM a reality and how you can help support his legacy, click below.
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
Join us February 7th at the ASOM for our Distinguished Speaker Series with Terese Schlachter & Colonel Gregory Gadson (Ret.)! To reserve your spot, click here. All active-duty service members …