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For Immediate Release – Contact: Gary Lewi:  212 843-8010 / glewi@rubenstein.com

Museum of American Armor places latest historic armor on field display

Sweden’s Global War Museum to sell its replica Tiger Tank to New York’s Museum of American Armor, marking the 75th anniversary year of the
D-Day Invasion

German armor replica acquired by Armor Museum as a reminder of the sacrifice required to defend freedom and defeat the Nazi war machine

Museum of American Armor acquires Vietnam War era armor to honor those who served during that conflict

Veterans Day and the Centennial marking the end of
World War I to be observed at the Museum of American Armor

On the eve of the 45th anniversary of the Yom Kippur War, prayers for the fallen will be offered beside an Israeli tank that survived the surprise assault. Israeli tanker veteran who survived the attack to participate

“Tanker Tactics” to put tanks in the field on Labor Day Weekend to honor GIs who have served in America’s armor divisions

Scholars, veterans, living historians andyoungsters to participate in 70thanniversary ceremonies observing the integration of the U.S. military.

Fourth of July to be observed with a display of operational armor from the Museum of American Armor in the Massapequa Park Parade

World War II Weekend at The Museum of American Armor will pay tribute to the U.S. Marines who stormed Pacific beaches

The liberation of the Nazi death camps to be observed at the Museum of American Armor as hundreds of school children are immersed in the lessons of World War II

A unique field trip for Long Island’s history students:  A World War II battlefield

During the Centennial of America’s entry into World War I, living historians to present period displays, uniforms and artifacts beside a century old military tank

A Century of Military Technology on display this Veterans Day as a rare World War I tank is joined by an armor column of history

Germany’s secret World War II weapon revealed at the Museum of American Armor

Rare Locust tank designed for a World War II glider joins the collection at the Museum of American Armor

Rare World War I tank on loan from The Collings Foundation on display at the Museum of American Armor

Museum of American Armor acquires the tanks and exhibits of a Connecticut based military museum

Museum of American Armor welcomes a British armor legend that served from Dunkirk to Berlin
 

Military Museum Alliance will result in M18 Hellcat operating at the Museum of American Armor

A U.S. Marine amphibious assault tank to be unveiled during World War II Encampment Weekend

Museum of American Armor announces Lawrence Trivigno of Bethpage Federal Credit Union been appointed to its board

Armor experience the perfect holiday gift for that history buff as tanks put visitors back in time at the Museum of American Armor at Old Bethpage Village Restoration

Little known facts about the Museum of American Armor

Veterans Day Weekend to be observed at armor museum with the rollout of U.S. Marines amphibious assault tank to honor all who have served in America’s military

NYS State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli to be honored for his veterans advocacy by the Museum of American Armor  

Former NYPD Commissioner and Vietnam vet Ray Kelly to be honored by the Museum of American Armor

“Tanker Saturday” to put tanks in the field to honor GIs who have served in America’s armor divisions

Stop & Shop Supermarkets receives American Heritage Award from the Museum of American Armor

 

On the anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge, a candle light prayer service at the Museum of American Armor to honor those G.I.s who withstood the deadly German WW II counteroffensive

U.S. Senator Alfonse D’Amato to receive American Heritage Leadership Award from Museum of American Armor at gala December dinner

Museum of American Armor welcomes rare M18 Hellcat to its presentation

On 50th anniversary of Vietnam War, Museum of American Armor to host the play, “Piece of my Heart” honoring American women who served during that conflict with free seats being offered

Marine Corps to be honored in presentation of rare amphibious assault vehicle to the Museum of American Armor in memory of Kevin Kronlund

Russian Federation’s Acting Military Attaché to keynote ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of the linkup of Soviet and American forces fighting the Nazi Reich during April 25th program at the Museum of American Armor

Museum of American Armor announces The Rev. Dr. Calvin O. Butts, III has been appointed to its Board

Stop & Shop to honor the region’s veterans and active duty military

on the 70th anniversary of World War II’s final battles

The Museum of American Armor offers its G.I. Patrol experience in time for Christmas

Museum of American Armor announces Carolynn Lucca-Black has been appointed to its board

On the 70th anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge, veterans gather at the Museum of American Armor to recall the terror of the German counteroffensive, the staggering American losses and the valor required to beat back the attack 

Security expert Michael Sapraicone joins the board of the Museum of American Armor

Veterans Day Weekend 2014 rolls out the heavy guns at the Museum of American Armor

Museum of American Armor offers Nassau County Boy Scouts a $10,000 scholarship challenge

Military Timeline weekend brings hundreds of years of history together in one afternoon at Museum of American Armor at Old Bethpage Village Restoration

An Israeli tank, a combat veteran of the `73 Yom Kippur War that threatened Israeli’s survival, will be dedicated at the Museum of American Armor on the eve of the Jewish high holidays

British armored car latest acquisition for Museum of American Armor

Museum of American Armor announces the appointment of Fred Daum to its board

Labor Day weekend has Armor visiting Airpower Museum 

Rare tank transporter now on display at Museum of American Armor

Museum of American Armor welcomes visitors on the Fourth of July

Museum of American Armor dedicates its $5 million home on the grounds of Old Bethpage Village Restoration

Our American heritage is calling all D-Day veterans

Former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly joins

the Board of Trustees of the Museum of American Armor

Director named at the Museum of American Armor slated to open in the spring

Battle of Bulge veterans and the 19,000 G.I.s lost are honored with flag raising at Museum of American Armor

Assemblyman Lavine announces $250,000 grant for Armor Museum construction

History Channel provides Armor Museum being built at Old Bethpage Village Restoration a $20,000 grant to create  “Bulletin! The story of America’s War Correspondents”

Museum Of American Armor To Roll Out Tank Convoy At American Airpower Museum This Labor Day Weekend

Museum Of American Armor Video Wins “Telly Awards” Competition

 

WW II Armor exhibit to be expanded at Tanger Outlets at the Arches in Deer Park

 

WW II Armor Museum Names Seaford Resident As Its Pro Bono “Adjutant General”

Aiding Nassau County’s Tourism Industry While Generating New Park Revenue

Liberation Of The Nazi Death Camps Memorialized With Dedication Of American Armor That Helped Knock Down Their Gates

     

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