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|The Army Military Intelligance Museum traces the history of the intelligence profession within the U.S. Army. It acts as a central repository for historical artifacts and documents that help put the military intelligence mission into their historical context.
Exhibit displays include early code machines, surveillance drones, and other intelligence gathering equipment. In addition to being of general interest, it provides a teaching tool for military students at the U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence.
The Army Military Intelligence Museum, brought to you by the same team that built the Fort Huachuca Museum, acts as a central repository for those items of history that help put the military intelligence story in perspective. Opened on 2 November 1995, it is a teaching tool within the U.S. Army Intelligence School.
The museumís mission is to act as a transmitter of the experiences and values of those who have gone before. We believe that the resultant knowledge will not only better equip our stakeholders to carry out their professional duties, but enrich them with a sense of belonging to a larger tradition with common goals and shared values.
The Army Military Intelligence Museum is a non-profit, governmental organization that is largely dependant upon cash DONATIONS and the donation of materials from private individuals.
MUSEUM CONTACT INFORMATION:
Paul Pipik (Curator)