2015 Year In Review Newsletter
2015 was a great year at the National Infantry Museum! From dozens of programs honoring our Soldiers to hosting free community events for families, there was something for everyone to enjoy! Take a stroll down memory lane in our 2015 Year In Review Newsletter! Click here to view.
Fall 2015 Infantry Heritage Letter
In this edition of the Infantry Heritage Letter: Grand Reopening of the Giant Screen Theater Veterans Day Recap Holidays on the Homefront Details New Virtual Tour of World War II Company Street …and much, much more! Click here to download the full newsletter!
Live Concert in the New Theater!
Live Concert Kicks Off Theater’s Reopening New films and old favorites also part of grand reopening events November 19, 2015: “The New American Freedom Train” rolls into the new Giant Screen theater at the National Infantry Museum Thursday, December 3, 2015. The show features award winning Nashville recording artist Tim Maggart, a band of talented musicians, and an
Support the Museum on GA Gives Day
All Non-Profits Win on Georgia Gives Day Museum Foundation Gears Up to Win Friendly Competition November 6 , 2015: National Infantry Foundation staff and volunteers are gearing up for the fourth annual Georgia Gives Day Thursday, November 12. This is day the Georgia Center for Non-Profits urges supporters to make online donations to their favorite
Now Hiring at the National Infantry Museum Foundation Associate Director of Development The National Infantry Museum is a $110 million facility in Columbus, GA, just outside Fort Benning, with the mission to honor Soldiers and educate the public that freedom isn’t free. Since opening in 2009, almost two million visitors have toured the museum. The
Remembering Our Fallen Returns to NIM
Remembering Our Fallen Returns to Museum Traveling exhibit honors fallen service members from Georgia October 12, 2015: More than 200 Georgians have died in service to their country since the terrorism attacks of September 11, 2001. A traveling exhibit in their honor will return to the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center Friday, October 16,
Living Historians to Reenact Yorktown Surrender
Living Historians to Reenact Yorktown Surrender Living History Event at National Infantry Museum Open to All It took more than six years of fighting, but the Revolutionary War finally ended on October 19, 1781, when British General Charles Cornwallis surrendered at Yorktown, Virginia. That momentous occasion will be commemorated on the front lawn of the
L-E FEATURE: McChrystal “floored” by his first tour of NIM
The following article was written by Chuck Williams and can be found on the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer website here. Columbus Ledger-Enquirer By Chuck Williams / Photo By Robin Trimarchi Retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal toured the National Infantry Museum for the first time last month. And he walked away impressed with the six-year-old, $110 million facility located in
Paver Feature: Museum Volunteer and Veteran Honors His Heroes
Every Paver Has a Story. Highlighting our Heritage Walk Heroes: Museum Volunteer and Veteran Honors His Heroes You can honor your hero this Veterans Day with a customized granite paver on Heritage Walk at the National Infantry Museum. Pavers reserved prior to October 1, 2015 will be installed and unveiled this Veterans Day, Wednesday, November
Museum Theater Going Digital
National Infantry Museum’s Theater Going Digital Conversion will result in more titles, greater flexibility The National Infantry Museum’s big screen theater will close August 24 for a major conversion. When it reopens later this year, moviegoers will be treated to a state-of-the-art theater experience available nowhere else in the region. At the heart of the