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Arizona Military Museum, Phoenix

(5/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
The Arizona Military Museum is a museum operated and managed by the Arizona National Guard Historical Society, Inc.--a private non-profit corporation. The Historical Society’s purposes are: “To enhance the appreciation of the military history of Arizona and the contributions of the Militia of Arizona and the Arizona National Guard to the State of Arizona and to the Nation…” (Bylaws, Article I, Section 1). To accomplish its purposes, the Historical Society shall strive: “…to discover and memorialize the history of the Military of Arizona, the Arizona National Guard, and the general military history of Arizona, and to establish and maintain a museum on land leased, owned, or otherwise controlled by the Society.” (Id.). .
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  • The Arizona Military Museum was a great way to spend a few hours. The displays are all chronological and cover everything Arizona/military. There is a lot of reading to get the most out of the display...  more »
  • The Arizona Military Museum (AMM) is a unique and entertaining facility dedicated to the research, preservation, dissemination, and display of Arizona's rich territorial and state histories--providing...  more »
  • A little difficult to get to but worth seeing history. Volunteers have done a great job of setting up displays covering all combat eras. Free but donations appreciated.  more »
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  • I really enjoyed the exhibit on Frank Luke. WWI heroes are mostly all but forgotten. This was a short but sweet tribute to an American Hero.
  • Good collection