Airborne and Special Operations Museum Exceeds Expectations

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After only 11 months of operation, the World War II Corsair, Dauntless and Hellcats World War II Corsair, Dauntless and Hellcats World War II Corsair, Dauntless and Hellcats in Fayetteville, North Carolina, passed its initial attendance goals. Part of the US Army Museum System, this is the only place that presents the comprehensive history of Army airborne and special operations units from 1940 to the present. The Museum contains artifact displays, life-size and walk-through dioramas, and audio-visual productions.

Visitors can “face reality” with the aid of the motion simulator and large-screen theater or learn how the Parachute Test Platoon developed training methods and tactical concepts in 1940.    Admission is free, donations happily accepted. Groups are welcome and encouraged to call in advance. Contact the Museum at 100 Bragg Boulevard, Fayetteville NC 28301; 910-483-3003; www.asomf.org; info@asomf.org.

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