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Taking To The Trails With RJ And Liz | US Army Airborne And Special Operations Museum

Updated: Aug 18, 2022

U.S. Army Airborne & Special Operations Museum is located at 100 Bragg Blvd, Fayetteville, NC.


Museum Information: Phone: 910-643-2778. Website: asomf.org


Liz at the Army Airborne and Special Operations museum. Photo credit: RJ Crawford

One of my favorite museums, military or otherwise.


A museum should tell a story. I love the way they reveal the history of Airborne and Special Operations. They bring you from the beginning up to the current day.



Jeep glider, Special Forces museum

Tank


Special Forces museum





Experience D-Day through an augmented reality exhibit. You could see this now through June 18, 2022. It had archival maps. You were able to manipulate 3D virtual artifacts, archival films, and unpublished photos.



Two new exhibits are displayed though November 13, 2022. Courage and Compassion, the legacy of the Bielsky Brothers, who helped save more than 1,200 people during WW2. Or Operation HALYARD, a mission served to rescue two airmen from Nazi


Oak sculpture representing "Flex" an MPC that tried to save a Marine in Afghanistan

The manikins are so life-like it makes you feel like you were there. You can move through this museum in half an hour with a quick overview, or you can spend hours and really dig in.


All Terrain Vehicle



Three men on the field of battle

Conveniently, Fort Bragg is only a twenty minute drive to the museum.

The IHG Army Hotel Moon Hall offers suites and standard rooms. Some pet-friendly rooms are available. Restrictions and fees apply.

IHG Army Hotel Moon Hall Information:

Phone:(910)-853-7618.

Address: D 3601 Darby Loop Fort Bragg, North Carolina 28310.

The Divot at Ryder Golf Course is a full-service restaurant. Address: Normandy Dr.

BLDG 1-5625 Fort Bragg, North Carolina 28310. Phone: (910)432-8122

Feel like adding a bit of adventure to your trip? Check out Smith Lake Army Travel Camp. The facility offers small and large cabins and full-service pull-through and back-in sites. Pets are not allowed in cabins. Army Travel Campground Information:

Phone: (910)396-5979.

Address: Smith Lake Rd. BLDG Q-2922, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

For all your shopping needs, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, has two commissaries; Fort Bragg North Commissary and Fort Bragg South Commissary. The base also has two Exchanges, Fort Bragg North Exchange and Fort Bragg South Exchange.




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