Current exhibits range in date of origin and size. Inside the main building there are models of aircraft and missiles, displays for military uniforms throughout various conflicts the United States and Vermont, specifically, fought in. Outside, the displays range from full sized military vehicles, large artillery guns, small aircraft, and tanks, which have been donated by private collectors and by the government. On permanent display is the painting Sheridan's Ride (1888) by Charles Hardin Andrus, which has been restored by museum volunteers.
Volunteers do much of the work at the museum and library, restoring and up-keeping the many exhibits the museum houses. The staff expands with the facility itself, which as they look into housing a permanent and expanded library section, which will be open to researchers, private parties, and the public, as well as expanding their outdoor exhibits to include artifacts from the Spanish-American War, there will be a number of people dedicated to preserving this history to be included in the project.