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A Place To Remember

The National Infantry Museum & Soldier Center is a place to remember. Experience 239 years of the Infantryman's service and sacrifice in immersive exhibits that put you in the fight for the last 100 yards.

More Than Just A Museum

The National Infantry Museum is so much more than a museum. Experience the NIM Combat Simulators, take in a movie at the IMAX Theater, and enjoy a delicious meal at the Fife & Drum.

Vietnam Memorial Plaza

A permanent memorial for the 58,000 Patriots who gave the ultimate sacrifice during the Vietnam War and a place of reflection for Vietnam Veterans and their families.

News

Now Hiring at the National Infantry Museum!

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The National Infantry Foundation is currently hiring full-time and part-time employees in the general maintenance department. Employees will be required to perform routine and extensive preventative maintenance and repair procedures on the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center grounds. The National Infantry Foundation’s mission is to honor Soldiers by supporting the National Infantry Museum and

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NIM Celebrates 5th Birthday!

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Under a blazing hot sun five years ago, retired General Colin Powell pointed to the symbolic Infantryman at the entrance of the new National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center and said, “Among many other things this is what we owe to those who went before. This is the place. This is the home. This is

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Spring Edition of the Infantry Heritage Letter

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What’s new at the National Infantry Museum? Learn of the many activities we hosted this  Spring and are planning this Summer in the latest edition of the Infantry Heritage Letter, including: Details about Freedom Fest OCS 50th Reunion Held at the NIM Georgia Governor Visits the Vietnam Memorial Plaza Local Aussies Hold ANZAC Day Observance

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World War II Veterans Invited to See D-Day 3D: Normandy 1944 for Free

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     IMAX film salutes veterans on 70th anniversary of fateful battle The National Infantry Museum will provide free admission to D-Day 3D: Normandy 1944 to WWII veterans and their families on Friday, June 6, the 70th anniversary of D-Day. “This is one small way we can say ‘thank you’ to the veterans who survived that historic assault,” said

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FREEDOM FEST

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Independence Day celebration combines American history and family fun Freedom Fest is this Friday, July 4 at the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center!  The second annual community-wide Independence Day celebration will feature festival favorites and new attractions, too. The popular Silver Wings Parachute Demonstration Team will drop in to the parade field behind the

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Summer 2014 Free Family Film Fest!

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Every Tuesday and Wednesday this Summer, join us for some of your family’s favorite movies on the biggest screen in town! This year we’re showcasing a wide variety of brand new films and cult classics. From Frozen to Labyrinth and The Leg Movie to The Goonies, we’ve got something special for everyone in the family!

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Memorial Day Activities

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The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center, normally closed on Mondays, will be open Monday, May 26, to commemorate Memorial Day. Here are some of the activities scheduled for that day, and for the days leading up to and following Memorial Day: SATURDAY, MAY 24 “You’re in the Army, Now!” 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

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Winter 2014 Infantry Heritage Newsletter

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What’s new at the National Infantry Museum? Learn more about how the museum kicked off 2014 and of special events coming up in the latest edition of the Infantry Heritage Letter, including: Details about the new Vietnam Memorial Plaza  Letter from National Infantry Foundation Chairman  Museum Honors Korean War Veterans Fifth Annual 1775 Society Gala

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Benning Soldier Reunited with Lost War Journal

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Ten years ago, Kerri Clemons rescued a lost journal from the bottom of a book sale bin and discovered it belonged to a Soldier on his first deployment to Afghanistan. Today, she returned it to its rightful owner. Bryan Bailey, now a sergeant first class at Fort Benning, had forgotten about the journal he kept

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Gov. Deal to Sign Bills at NIM

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April 11, 2014: The new Vietnam Memorial will be the backdrop as Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signs three bills relating to military families into law next week. One of the bills amends the state’s veterans court, which emphasizes rehabilitation over incarceration for redeployed Soldiers. The second bill encourages medical facilities to make a good faith effort

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