U.S. Senator Alfonse D’Amato to receive American Heritage Leadership Award from Museum of American Armor at gala December dinner The Museum of American Armor has announced that U.S. Senator...more
Museum of American Armor welcomes rare M18 Hellcat to its presentation Long term loan from Connecticut armor museum reflects regional alliance The U.S. Military Museum of Connecticut and the Museum...more
The Museum of American Armor welcomes the return of the school year as it becomes an essential part of the curriculum for students who need to understand the role our...more
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Surviving World War II veterans honored at Museum of American Armor
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Reenactors and civilian participants headed to the fields of Old Bethpage Restoration Village on Saturday, July 11, 2015, as it stood in for the French countryside of 1944. The Museum of American Armor offered an immersive experience, complete with uniforms, tank rides, firefight and captured Nazi troops. (Credit: Newsday / Chuck Fadely)
The Museum of American Armor’s Armored Infantry Living History Group wish to thank all those who have purchased raffle tickets in supporting the efforts of the group’s fundraiser. Your purchase will enable us to continue to enhance the realistic portrayal of the Armored Infantryman during WW II. The group’s events and programs are designed to educate, display and demonstrate the weapons, tactics,uniforms and equipment of the Common Soldier of that period.
Below are the names of the winners.
Carlo Prado of Port Jefferson Station who wins a framed limited edition print of “Fury” by Nicolas Trudgian and a ride in a Museum of American Armor vehicle
Mike Keane who wins a reproduction Tanker Jacket and a ride in a Museum of American Armor vehicle
James Fritz of Bellmore who has won a ride in a Museum of American Armor vehicle during an “Armored Experience”