American Military History Museum is creating Military history displays and vehicle restoration
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Welcome to the American Military Museum!
The American Military Museum is dedicated to preserving the rich history provided by the vehicles that the military has used. The museum is located in the Whittier Narrows Recreation Area in South El Monte, CA. The museum has been preserving history since 1962 as a California Non-Profit Educational Organization. The museum holds an important collection of some 178 vehicles on display, a collection that is hard to match. The museum features vehicles from World War One, World War Two, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Cold War, and even some from Operation Desert Storm. The museum has a commitment to education, and by visiting the museum you can see how vehicles advanced from horse drawn artillery to self propelled cannons.
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Museum Patrons gain access to museum updates and upcoming projects before the general public, and the first 100 patrons will also receive a museum patch as a token of our appreciation.
Goals
$11 of $500 per month
Some of the displays have become weathered over the years, it is our goal to be able to give them a cosmetic restoration. The first project will be the M4A3 (105mm) "Sherman" tank. This particular vehicle was damaged on an Air Force firing range.

We will post updates as the project progresses, feel free to check them out!
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Welcome to the American Military Museum!
The American Military Museum is dedicated to preserving the rich history provided by the vehicles that the military has used. The museum is located in the Whittier Narrows Recreation Area in South El Monte, CA. The museum has been preserving history since 1962 as a California Non-Profit Educational Organization. The museum holds an important collection of some 178 vehicles on display, a collection that is hard to match. The museum features vehicles from World War One, World War Two, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Cold War, and even some from Operation Desert Storm. The museum has a commitment to education, and by visiting the museum you can see how vehicles advanced from horse drawn artillery to self propelled cannons.

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Tiers
Museum Supporter
$1 or more per month 0 patrons
Museum Supporters gain access to museum updates and upcoming projects before the general public.
Museum Patron
$6 or more per month 2 patrons
Museum Patrons gain access to museum updates and upcoming projects before the general public, and the first 100 patrons will also receive a museum patch as a token of our appreciation.