• The first phase of the move of the U.S. Army Ordnance Museum collection from Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., to its new home at Fort Lee, Va. began Aug. 4 as workers unloaded approximately 60 tanks and artillery pieces.

This is the largest move in the history of the U.S. Army Museum system, according to Dr. Joseph Rainer, Ordnance Museum director. The artifacts are being moved in phases to simplify the logistics of this massive movement.  The 60 large artifacts include tanks and artillery pieces from the early 1900s through World War II. 
			
Upon arrival at Fort Lee all of the pieces in the collection will be stored inside and protected from the weather for the first time since 1967 preserving them as part of the U.S. Army heritage for future generations.

    Army Ordnance Museum begins move to Fort Lee

    The first phase of the move of the U.S. Army Ordnance Museum collection from Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., to its new home at Fort Lee, Va. began Aug. 4 as workers unloaded approximately 60 tanks and artillery pieces. This is the largest move in the...

  • The first phase of the move of the U.S. Army Ordnance Museum collection from Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., to its new home at Fort Lee, Va. began Aug. 4 as workers unloaded approximately 60 tanks and artillery pieces.

This is the largest move in the history of the U.S. Army Museum system, according to Dr. Joseph Rainer, Ordnance Museum director. The artifacts are being moved in phases to simplify the logistics of this massive movement.  The 60 large artifacts include tanks and artillery pieces from the early 1900s through World War II. 
			
Upon arrival at Fort Lee all of the pieces in the collection will be stored inside and protected from the weather for the first time since 1967 preserving them as part of the U.S. Army heritage for future generations.

    Army Ordnance Museum begins move to Fort Lee

    The first phase of the move of the U.S. Army Ordnance Museum collection from Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., to its new home at Fort Lee, Va. began Aug. 4 as workers unloaded approximately 60 tanks and artillery pieces. This is the largest move in the...

  • The first phase of the move of the U.S. Army Ordnance Museum collection from Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., to its new home at Fort Lee, Va. began Aug. 4 as workers unloaded approximately 60 tanks and artillery pieces.

This is the largest move in the history of the U.S. Army Museum system, according to Dr. Joseph Rainer, Ordnance Museum director. The artifacts are being moved in phases to simplify the logistics of this massive movement.  The 60 large artifacts include tanks and artillery pieces from the early 1900s through World War II. 
			
Upon arrival at Fort Lee all of the pieces in the collection will be stored inside and protected from the weather for the first time since 1967 preserving them as part of the U.S. Army heritage for future generations.

    Army Ordnance Museum begins move to Fort Lee

    The first phase of the move of the U.S. Army Ordnance Museum collection from Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., to its new home at Fort Lee, Va. began Aug. 4 as workers unloaded approximately 60 tanks and artillery pieces. This is the largest move in the...

  • The first phase of the move of the U.S. Army Ordnance Museum collection from Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., to its new home at Fort Lee, Va. began Aug. 4 as workers unloaded approximately 60 tanks and artillery pieces.

This is the largest move in the history of the U.S. Army Museum system, according to Dr. Joseph Rainer, Ordnance Museum director. The artifacts are being moved in phases to simplify the logistics of this massive movement.  The 60 large artifacts include tanks and artillery pieces from the early 1900s through World War II. 
			
Upon arrival at Fort Lee all of the pieces in the collection will be stored inside and protected from the weather for the first time since 1967 preserving them as part of the U.S. Army heritage for future generations.

    Army Ordnance Museum begins move to Fort Lee

    The first phase of the move of the U.S. Army Ordnance Museum collection from Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., to its new home at Fort Lee, Va. began Aug. 4 as workers unloaded approximately 60 tanks and artillery pieces. This is the largest move in the...

  • The first phase of the move of the U.S. Army Ordnance Museum collection from Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., to its new home at Fort Lee, Va. began Aug. 4 as workers unloaded approximately 60 tanks and artillery pieces.

This is the largest move in the history of the U.S. Army Museum system, according to Dr. Joseph Rainer, Ordnance Museum director. The artifacts are being moved in phases to simplify the logistics of this massive movement.  The 60 large artifacts include tanks and artillery pieces from the early 1900s through World War II. 
			
Upon arrival at Fort Lee all of the pieces in the collection will be stored inside and protected from the weather for the first time since 1967 preserving them as part of the U.S. Army heritage for future generations.

    Army Ordnance Museum begins move to Fort Lee

    The first phase of the move of the U.S. Army Ordnance Museum collection from Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., to its new home at Fort Lee, Va. began Aug. 4 as workers unloaded approximately 60 tanks and artillery pieces. This is the largest move in the...

  • The first phase of the move of the U.S. Army Ordnance Museum collection from Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., to its new home at Fort Lee, Va. began Aug. 4 as workers unloaded approximately 60 tanks and artillery pieces.

This is the largest move in the history of the U.S. Army Museum system, according to Dr. Joseph Rainer, Ordnance Museum director. The artifacts are being moved in phases to simplify the logistics of this massive movement.  The 60 large artifacts include tanks and artillery pieces from the early 1900s through World War II. 
			
Upon arrival at Fort Lee all of the pieces in the collection will be stored inside and protected from the weather for the first time since 1967 preserving them as part of the U.S. Army heritage for future generations.

    Army Ordnance Museum begins move to Fort Lee

    The first phase of the move of the U.S. Army Ordnance Museum collection from Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., to its new home at Fort Lee, Va. began Aug. 4 as workers unloaded approximately 60 tanks and artillery pieces. This is the largest move in the...

  • The first phase of the move of the U.S. Army Ordnance Museum collection from Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., to its new home at Fort Lee, Va. began Aug. 4 as workers unloaded approximately 60 tanks and artillery pieces.

This is the largest move in the history of the U.S. Army Museum system, according to Dr. Joseph Rainer, Ordnance Museum director. The artifacts are being moved in phases to simplify the logistics of this massive movement.  The 60 large artifacts include tanks and artillery pieces from the early 1900s through World War II. 
			
Upon arrival at Fort Lee all of the pieces in the collection will be stored inside and protected from the weather for the first time since 1967 preserving them as part of the U.S. Army heritage for future generations.

    Army Ordnance Museum begins move to Fort Lee

    The first phase of the move of the U.S. Army Ordnance Museum collection from Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., to its new home at Fort Lee, Va. began Aug. 4 as workers unloaded approximately 60 tanks and artillery pieces. This is the largest move in the...

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