national infantry museum

This world-class tribute to Infantrymen past, present and future, is the first of its kind in the United States. Throughout the 190, 000-square-foot museum, visitors will take an interactive journey through every war fought by the U.S. over the past two centuries, ” according to the Museum.

“Wow!…Impressive!…Emotional!” are the words most commonly heard from visitors of the newly opened National Infantry Museum. ETI is proud to have been chosen by the National Infantry Foundation and Chris Chadbourne & Associates as the final design & technology integration company. “The Last 100 Yards” is the center piece of the museum. ETI used enhanced audio, projection, and special effects coordinated with lighting, scenic, and media producer Donna Lawrence Productions to orchestrate eight key battle scenes in the 234 year history of the US Infantry.
Within the museum there are eight major galleries and several smaller ones, The Hall of Valor with two interactive stations, Automatic Weapons Simulator, and the 60-seat Infantry Theater using the Panasonic 10K projector, all lead the guest through a unique experience they will never forget.
Go to the National Infantry website under exhibits for a walk through of the Museum published on You Tube (