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U.S. Army Quartermaster Museum
The museums history begins in 1953 when the Quartermaster School organized a collection of reproduction period uniforms to use in the school's instruction in the course of uniform fitting. This collection was often referred to as the school's "museum".
The actual museum was officially established in February of 1957. Since then, the museum has grown to house many more exhibits besides the original uniform exhibit. The current exhibits include the History & Heritage Exhibit, McNamara Supply Exhibit, Clothing & Textile Exhibit, Subsistence Exhibit, Mortuary Affairs Exhibit, Petroleum & Water Exhibit, Aerial Delivery & Field Services Exhibit, Past Missions Exhibit, "Supporting Victory" Exhibit, as well as the Fort Lee Exhibit.
The museum also has a temporary exhibit that is called the "Subject to Recall Exhibit". This exhibit was originally located at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland and was transferred to Fort Lee in the recent years. This exhibit includes items that have been taken from enemies during World War II and the Vietnam War.
Admission to the museum as well as group tours are free. The museum also has a gift shop for any memento you may want to take home to commemorate your trip to the museum.
SourcesBob Dart (1992-12-06). "It's Nutty but this Museum Spreads Peanut Lore". The Austin American-Statesman. Retrieved 2016-06-30. Tim O'Gorman (2005). "Treasures of the Quartermaster Museum, 50 Years of Collecting for the Corps". Quartermaster Professional Bulletin. US Army Quartermaster Museum. Archived from the original on June 27, 2007. Retrieved 2016-06-30.
Fort Lee , Virginia 23801
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