to the new U.S. Army's Armor Collection web site. This area will
cover the armor collection of the former Patton Museum of Cavalry
and Armor collection as it is established into the National Armor
and Cavalry Museum at Fort Benning, Georgia. Until a permanent web
site is established through Fort Benning, this section will keep
you informed of the current news regarding the transfer of vehicles
and artifacts to Fort Benning, any ongoing restoration projects
and any updates on the establishment of a museum structure through
photos and material from various contributors who have generously
added to this site.
for the National Armor and Cavalry Museum is now on Facebook.
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of the ribbon cutting ceremony for the future home of the National
Armor and Cavalry Museum site held in May and photos of some of the
vehicles and weapons in storage have been added to the NACM
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Tiger I to be Shipped to Fort Benning
Director Len Dyer has been in England supervising the shipment of the
former APG Tiger I to Fort Benning. Go to the NACM
News section for links to the preparation.
II and Marder II Have Arrived
Former vehicles of the APG collection that had been in England have
arrived at Fort Benning. Go to the NACM
News section for photos of their arrival.
Has Moved to Motor Pool
The NACM collection has been moved to the motor pool. Vehicles, weapons
and equipment are now in one location. Go to NACM
News for photos.
has Acquired a Motor Pool
NACM now has a motor pool that will be used as a restoration facility
and storage for the collection. Go to the News
section for information and photos.
Working on Armor Cavalry Exhibit
The museum staff are now working on creating an Armor Cavalry exhibit
inside the National Infantry Museum.