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1,400 artifacts trace Army lineage back to 1600s at new national museum, opening Vet’s Day | Army Times

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The new National Museum of the United States Army is opening on Veteran’s Day. The museum is located at Fort Belvoir, Virginia where visitors can learn and appreciate the history and sacrifices of veterans and soldiers who are in service. They will be offering free, timed-entry tickets available if reserved in advance. There are about 1,389 artifacts visitors can see for the first-time tracing back to the colonial militias that formed in the early 1600s.

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