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.

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.

More Than Just A Museum

Experience the NIM Combat Simulators, take in a movie at the IMAX Theater, and enjoy a delicious meal at the Fife & Drum.

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The NIM is a national treasure and it needs your support. Dedicate a paver on Heritage Walk. Shop our online store. Or simply make a donation.

News

Sebastian Junger Brings Latest Films to Infantry Museum

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Sebastian Junger Brings Latest Films to Infantry Museum Perfect Storm, Restrepo filmmaker will visit with audiences November 7, 2014 –   Award-winning filmmaker, journalist and author Sebastian Junger will present two free screenings of his work at the National Infantry Museum’s IMAX Theatre on Tuesday, November 18. The Last Patrol debuted on HBO November 10.

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Follow Me! To GA Gives Day

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Museum’s Annual Day of Giving Returns on November 13 The third annual Georgia Gives Day is only a week away! Last year, the National Infantry Museum came in first in the state, raising $48,997 in just 24 hours. With additional prize money from the Georgia Center of Nonprofits, our grand total was $57,497! We’re looking

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Veterans Day 2014

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Veterans Day Commemoration at the Museum Paver Dedication, Merrill’s Marauder Appearance, Enduring Freedom Band October 31, 2014: The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center will offer a number of special activities for visitors on Tuesday, November 11, in commemoration of Veterans Day. Veterans Day Mini Camp 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., Patriot Hall, inside the museum

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Now Hiring: Graphic Design and Marketing Associate

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NOW HIRING AT THE NATIONAL INFANTRY MUSEUM Graphic Design and Marketing Associate The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center is a world-class museum that chronicles the history of the American Infantry from its formation in 1775 to the present. It includes eight galleries, an IMAX Theatre, authentic World War II Company Street, outdoor monuments and memorials,

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Now Hiring: Associate Director of Development

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NOW HIRING AT THE NATIONAL INFANTRY MUSEUM Associate Director of Development Job Position: The National Infantry Foundation has an opening for an Associate Director of Development. The successful candidate will work with the Foundation’s Executive Vice President/Chief Development Officer and the Director of Sales/Donor Relations to carry out various methods of fundraising, sales and marketing

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‘The Hornet’s Nest’ Donated to Museum Foundation

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Critically Acclaimed Afghan War Film ‘The Hornet’s Nest’ Donated to the National Infantry Foundation Film Execs, Embedded Journalist and Soldiers to Attend Dedication Screening October 7, 2014: The Hornet’s Nest, which tells the story of father and son journalists embedded with U.S. Armed Forces on the front lines in Afghanistan, will be donated to the National

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Latest Edition of The Infantry Heritage Letter

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What’s new at the National Infantry Museum? Learn more about how the museum celebrated patriotism throughout the summer and of special events coming up this fall in the latest edition of the Infantry Heritage Letter, including: Dedication of Inouye Field  Medal of Honor recipient, CSM(R) Bennie Adkins visits the museum  Details about Georgia Gives Day New! War

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Delta Force Doctor is Next Leadership Lecture Series Speaker

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“What Ifs” from the Failed Iran Hostage Rescue Mission September 22, 2014: If the mission to rescue diplomats held captive at the U.S. Embassy in Tehran in 1980 had succeeded, what would Special Forces and American politics look like today? The question will be investigated at the next National Infantry Museum Foundation Leadership Lecture Series on

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CSU Children’s Concert to be held at Museum

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Free concert features classical musical in a kid-friendly style! Columbus State University Schwob School of Music students will present a free concert for children and families Sunday, September 28, at 5:00 p.m. in the Grand Hall at the National Infantry Museum. This fun and fast-paced concert is designed to expose youngsters to music and instruments, and to

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Patriot Park IMAX Observes Patriot Day with Digital Screenings of Soldiers’ Stories

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New Documentary Honors Soldiers and Tells the Universal Experience of Combat September 8, 2014: This Thursday, September 11, 2014, the IMAX Theatre at the National Infantry Museum is proud to present free digital screenings of Soldiers’ Stories, an innovative new documentary exploring the experience of modern warfare from its tragic beginnings in the trenches of World War

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