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Week of August 06, 2012

Southern Utah Vets Aid, Saint George, Utah

The new U.S. Army Basic Combat Training Museum, previously known as the Fort Jackson Museum, recently celebrated its first anniversary since its reopening. In the past year, the Museum has seen more than 50,000 visitors. In addition to the regular exhibits located at the museum, the Basic Combat Training Museum has also focused on reviving their heritage month displays used by various groups around base. New displays currently available upon request concentrate on the history of women in the Army, the history of Asian/Pacific- Americans in the Army, the Month of the Military Child and the Army Birthday. The museum is free and open to the public from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. For more information, visit the U.S. Army Basic Combat Museum webpage or call 803-751-7419.

For a complete directory of military museums nationwide, visit the Military Museum Guide.

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