A number of Patton Museum volunteers set up and manned a booth at the 2015 Ohio Valley Military Society Show of Shows held at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky. The booth was for the promotion of the General George Patton Museum of Leadership.
On March 14, 2015, Patton Museum volunteers, at the request of the commanding general at Fort Knox, set up a display of weapons, uniforms and equipment for the SMG Paul Grey Junior ROTC Drill Team Invitational Competition. Volunteers Robert Decker, James Goodall, Rick Dickerson, Paul Correa, Kevin Combs and Kevin Combs II attended the event at the North Hardin High School in Elizabethtown, Kentucky.
On Friday, April 24, Paul Correa, Robert Decker, Don Moriarty and Garry Redmon made their annual pilgrimage to The National Armor and Cavalry Museum collection at Fort Benning, Georgia. They met with museum director Len Dyer and restoration specialist Frank Albano at the motor pool.
On Saturday, April 25, a special visitor arrived at the motor pool. Neil French, a World War II veteran and a corporal in the 4th Armored Division, came by with his daughter and granddaughter. Mr. French was a gunner in a Sherman tank that followed Cobra King into Bastogne. On the previous day he had been knighted into the Order of St. George at the Armor Center.
On Saturday, April 25, the volunteers went to look at a new storage building in the Harmony Church area. Len and Frank had already moved a number of vehicles inside.
A new storage pavilion has been built and vehicles moved in.
An M551 Sheridan was recovered from on Post at Fort Benning and over several months was cosmetically restored and placed near the jump towers as a memorial to the airborne troops.
A new addition to the NACM collection was delivered in late September. A World War I British Mk IV heavy tank was sent to the workshops. It was one of 10 vehicles sent by the British in World War I for U.S. troops to train on. This sole survivor was part of the Aberdeen Proving Grounds collection and was outside for years.
To make room for the addition of the Mk IV heavy, the Tiger I's turret was temporaily reinstalled and the vehicle was moved to another bay.
March 17, 2016 - Restoration Specialist Frank Albano worked to clear the broken gears on Cobra King's final drive that prevented the right drive sprocket from turning. This "repair" has allowed the right track to be installed. It will now be painted in the correct O.D. paint and remarked with insignias.
April 4, 2016 - An M4A3E8 Sherman is undergoing a cosmetic restoration. It will be a permanent exhibit at the Florida Holocaust Museum at St. Petersburg, Florida. https://www.flholocaustmuseum.org/ It will be part of a display of the 6th Armored Division's liberation of the Buchenwald Concentration Camp.
April 4, 2016 - Marine mechanics helping prep another M4A3E8 Sherman for display in front of the former Infantry Tank School building at Fort Benning.
May 13-14, 2016 - NACM volunteers Robert Decker, Don Moriarty, Paul Correa, Chun-lun Hsu and Garry Redmon went to the NACM restoration shop to visit and work. They helped to unload a U.S. 1916 armored car that will be restored and helped in the reassembly of a World War I FT-18 light tank.