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The museum is across from the Fort Jackson Headquarters building.
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They were undecorating the tree after Christmas when your grandparents were there.
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A piece of the Pentagon from the attacks on 9/11.
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A piece from the World Trade Center in New York City from the 9/11 attacks.
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Representation of a barracks from the World War II and Korea eras.
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Representation of a barracks from the World War II and Korea eras.
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Representation of a barracks from the World War II and Korea eras.
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World War I and after up to World War II. Pay attention to the helmets.
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World War I and after up to World War II.
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World War I and after up to World War II.
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Modern weapons and helmets.
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The Army's Battle dress uniform today.
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Pre-World War II tent.
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Meals were prepared using equipment like this in the field.
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Diorama of an Army controlled site in Iraq.
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Diorama of a camp in Vietnam during that war.
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Diorama of trench warfare in World War I.
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World War II searchlight, used to spot enemy aircraft by ground-to-air batteries.
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M1897A4 field gun.
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M3 anti-tank gun.
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M3 anti-tank gun.
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Platform trucks.
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M17A1 ambulance truck.
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M17A1 ambulance truck.
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M38A1 utility truck.
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M37 cargo truck
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M3A1 armored scout car.
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M3A1 armored scout car.
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M114 command carrier
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M84 Mortar Carrier
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M84 Mortar Carrier
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M15A1 Motor Carriage, used in World War II and the Korean War
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M15A1 Motor Carriage, used in World War II and the Korean War
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UH-1B helicopter
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UH-1B helicopter
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UH-1B helicopter
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UH-1B helicopter
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T-30 heavy tank
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T-30 heavy tank
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"This stone was part of the piers supporting the historic Ludendorff Bridge which once spanned the Rhine River at Remagen, Germany. A forward patrol of the US 9th Armored Division captured the bridge in a surprise attack on March 7, 1945, thereby aiding the Allies with a foothold in Germany. The bridge at Remagen played a key role in the final chapter of World War II."
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M4A3E8 Sherman tank.
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M26 tank
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M41A1 tank
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M41A1 tank
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There were several memorial stones around and about the museum.
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