National Guard Memorial Museum

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National Guard Memorial Museum
National Guard Memorial Building.JPG
National Guard Memorial Museum is located in Washington, D.C.
National Guard Memorial Museum
Location within Washington, D.C.
Location National Guard Memorial Building
Washington, DC
Coordinates 38°53′53″N 77°00′34″W / 38.898064°N 77.009579°W / 38.898064; -77.009579Coordinates: 38°53′53″N 77°00′34″W / 38.898064°N 77.009579°W / 38.898064; -77.009579
Type Military museum
Collection size 5600 square feet
Public transit access WMATA Metro Logo.svg      Union Station
Website www.ngef.org/Museum

The National Guard Memorial Museum is a military museum hosted by the National Guard Educational Foundation. It is located in northwestern Washington, DC, near the National Postal Museum, Union Station and Georgetown University Law Center. Covering 5600 square feet, the Museum features six different thematic galleries all relating to the National Guard of the United States:[1]

  • Militia Era
  • The National Guard Comes of Age
  • The Citizen Soldier in World War II
  • Cold War Era
  • National Guard in the Modern Era
  • Closing Sequence.

The museum is a member of the United States Army Museum System.[2]

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