U.S. Army Transportation Museum – Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia
The U.S. Army Transportation Museum is the only museum dedicated to preserving the history of
The U.S. Army Transportation Museum is the only museum dedicated to preserving the history of U.S. Army Transportation.
The story of the Army’s Transportation Corps, from horse-drawn wagons of the Revolutionary War to armoured vehicles being used today, is told through exhibits, models and dioramas.
The museum’s artifact collection numbers just under 7,000 objects, plus another 1,000 exhibit props. The collection includes nearly 100 macro artifacts ranging from planes, helicopters, tugboats, and landing craft to trucks, jeeps, hovercraft and trains.
Come visit us to learn more about the contributions of the United States Army Transportation and the role it played shaping the history of America.
The Delavan C. Clos Auditorium was the area of the drab, old classroom that blossomed into a spruced-up 1920s-era Regimental Room.
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This page last updated on October 4, 2019