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Cramped Veterans Memorial Museum in Huntsville getting new 'grand entrance' and archives area

on Wednesday, 03 December 2014.

Veterans Memorial Museum is getting some extra elbow room courtesy of the City of Huntsville.

City Administrator John Hamilton said Huntsville has agreed to let the nonprofit museum use the former municipal employee medical clinic space in John Hunt Park.

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Restored Vietnam War helicopter in spotlight on Veteran’s Day

on Monday, 17 November 2014.

The Widow Maker, Buccaneer-3 helicopter used from 1968 to 1972 in the Vietnam War, spends the month of November making its rounds to various Veterans Day events.

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Bursting at the seams, Veterans Memorial Museum volunteers want to expand

on Wednesday, 12 November 2014.

HUNTSVILLE, AL (WHNT) — The museum, housed inside an old airplane hangar off Airport Road in Huntsville, is the state’s official Veterans Museum and the collection it contains is rivaled only by the Smithsonian.
Thousands of items are housed inside the small building that is bursting at the seams.

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Fighting Evil Reflects 'God's Story', Veteran Apache Helicopter Pilot Tells Huntsville Memorial Day Ceremony

on Monday, 26 May 2014.

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - Whenever former Apache helicopter pilot Rachael Jackson sees a veteran, she said her heart aches and she's compelled to ask God why such great sacrifices are necessary.

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World’s oldest existing jeep prototype, the Ford Pygmy, to go on National Historic Vehicle Register

on Friday, 21 March 2014.

Of the three prototypes that automakers submitted for the U.S. Army’s new lightweight scout car in the early days of World War II, Ford’s Pygmy probably shouldn’t have stood a chance. It wasn’t the lightest, it wasn’t the fastest, and it wasn’t the first submitted.

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U.S. Veterans Memorial Museum
2060A Airport Road • Huntsville AL 35801
(256) 883-3737