3 March 2010 - Len Dyer, Curator of the National Armor and Cavalry Museum, describes the arrival of a portion of the Armor Collection at Fort Benning.
AUSA Supports Armor/Cavalry Museum
The Association of the United States Army informed the Foundation that they will provide financial support for the efforts to build the National Armor and Cavalry Museum.
The financial commitment is spread over a number of years and will provide an example for other military associations to follow.
BAE Provides Early and Long Term Support
BAE has been and continues to be a major financial supporter of the Foundation. We thank them for their commitment to the "Mounted Force"
The Armor School and Armor Roll Into Ft. Benning
Armor School Cases Colors Ending the Armor Era at Ft. Knox
10 June 2011 Ft. Knox, KY. Two formations representing the 194th Armor Brigade and the 316th Cavalry Brigade marched onto the field for the last time. The Spirits of Armor and Cavalry also attended. Just at 0900 as the ceremony began, there was Thunder and Lightning and a brief rain that spoke to the sadness of many of the old hands who came together one final time to see the casing of the colors of each battalion/squadron and then saw the casing of the Armor School flag. (Ted Sanford)
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Marks Site of Our Museum
On 26 May the ribbon cutting ceremony on Benning Boulevard marked the location for the future home of the National Armor and Cavalry Museum. General (ret) Ron Griffith along with other members of the National Armor and Cavalry Heritage Foundation attended the event. The ceremony was followed by the Desert Storm Memorial Tribute and a graduation at the National Infantry Museum Pictures.