Developing an Unconventional Warfare: The Creation of Special Forces

In June 1952, Colonel Aaron Bank activated the 10th Special Forces Group (SFG) at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, as part of the Psychological Warfare Center. The mission of the 10th …

The ASOM Hosts Special Ghost Army Exhibit

The U.S. Army Airborne and Special Operations Museum is hosting a special Ghost Army exhibit, in its temporary gallery through April 25, 2021. Ghost Army tells the story of the 23rd …

The ASOM To Host GWOT Memorial Flag Exhibit

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 Star Families. This moving exhibit will be on display in the temporary gallery at the ASOM from October 13- November 30. The purpose of this exhibit is to raise awareness of the sacrifice paid by our nation’s heroes.

Field of Honor Event Information

The ASOM invites you to enjoy the 500 flags that are currently flying on the Museum’s Parade Field. Each flag comes with its own story and displays a tag identifying …

Operation Market Garden

Although Operation Market Garden ultimately failed to achieve its objectives, the determination and courage shown by the airborne troops, and the units that assisted them, made it one of World War II’s most famous battles.

ASOM Reopening Update

We are excited to share with you the reopening plans for the U.S. Army Airborne & Special Operations Museum. Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 15, the ASOM will be open from 10 AM until …