U.S. Army Transportation Museum

Vietnam War exhibt shows the 5-ton armored guntruck 'Eve of Destruction', the only armored guntrick to have returned from the Vietnam War. The H-13E 'Sioux' Helicopter was the first helicopter to see widespread service with the U.S. Army. The Operation Iraqi Freedom exhibit. The Marine Yard displays Army watercraft from the 1950s to the 1980s.
Vietnam War exhibt features a 5-ton armored guntruck.
Address
300 Washington Blvd
Fort Eustis Army Base
Newport News, VA 23604
Region Hampton Roads
Locality Newport News City
Office Line: (757) 878-1115
Fax: (757) 878-5656
Museum Director david.hanselman@us.army.mil
Education Specialist matthew.fraas@us.army.mil
U.S. Army Transportation www.transchool.lee.army.mil/Museum/Transportation%20Museum/museum.htm

The United States Army Transportation Museum is the only museum dedicated to depicting the history of Army Transportation. The story of the Army's Transportation Corps, from horse-drawn wagons to all-terrain armored vehicles, is told through exhibits, models, dioramas, and videos. Located on Fort Eustis, Virginia, home to the Army Transportation Corps, the museum features a 50,000 square foot main building and four outdoor parks. The Aviation Pavilion highlights army aviation with rotary and fixed wing aircraft. The Marine Park features vessels and amphibious craft, while the Cargo Yard contains trucks and other cargo handling equipment. The Rail Yard includes locomotives and other rail rolling stock from World War II, Korea, and the Cold War. Closed Mondays and all Federal Holidays.




Last Updated: 8/8/2011 4:09 PM
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