The Army Historical Foundation, nonprofit partner of the National Museum of the United States Army, would like to thank The Land of the Free Foundation for their generous support. Their gift is helping create the first-ever National Museum celebrating the selfless service and sacrifice of over 30 million men and women.
The U.S. Army permeates the American experience and is a vital part of our nation's history. Assistance from the Land of the Free Foundation helps ensure that the contributions of the U.S. Army and the American Soldier are forever preserved.
Gordon R. Sullivan, GEN, USA-Ret.
Chairman, Army Historical Foundation
The National Museum of the United States Army will serve as the capstone of the Army Museum
Enterprise and provide the only comprehensive portrayal of Army history and traditions. The
National Army Museum will celebrate the selfless service and sacrifice of over 30 million men
and women who have worn the Army uniform since 1775. The Museum will be a technological marvel
incorporating the latest advances in museum exhibits while providing advanced educational
opportunities that will capture the attention of visitors old and young. As the Army’s national
landmark, the Museum will honor United States Soldiers – past, present, and future – and provide
an interactive educational experience explaining the Army’s role in creating and defending our
nation, as well as the Army’s social initiatives and contributions for more than 240 years.
Two different Memorandums of Agreement (2009 and 2015) designated the Army Historical Foundation as the official fundraisers for the National Museum of the United States Army. The 2015 MOA also turned over the construction and completion of the design to AHF. Our Capital Campaign is committed to raising $200 million to build the Museum and the exterior elements (Parade Ground, Grandstand, Amphitheater, Memorial Garden, and Army Trail). Initial site preparation began in 2016 and construction is currently underway.