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Check out our great selection of gifts for all ages. All purchases support the National Infantry Museum and help us continue to honor the legacy and valor of the U.S. Army Infantryman.

Only $25 with shipping

50% the proceeds are donated to the NIM Education Department.



The 1947 Freedom Train by Kathy Maggart and Kathie Eidson

This is a fictional story about a historical event that will help remind children of the important documents that protect the freedom of Americans. The real-life 1947 Freedom Train carried the nation’s vital historical documents around the country to show them to Americans of all ages. The Freedom Train’s journey helped viewers see the laws that have worked to protect freedom for all Americans since the founding of the country. Learning about the 1947 Freedom Train will also help today’s children see the importance of honoring the men and women who have secured the country’s freedoms, allowing its citizens to continue to live at peace.

Children will be inspired and motivated to impact the world themselves. As Grandpa Charles says in telling Justin, Libby, Jaden, and Sonia about the 1947 Freedom Train, “New beginnings all start from caring ideas.”


Only $38 with shipping

100% the proceeds benefit the NIM.


Culinary Treasures For The Queen of Battle

It’s not just the 763 recipes from around the world that make this cookbook special, it is the stories that accompany them that make it a distinctive collection. More than 280 contributors ranging from active duty military to retirees and from National Infantry Museum Volunteers to members of veterans’ organizations submitted recipes for their favorite dishes.

Among the entries are “Ranger Rattlesnake” submitted by former Fort Benning Commander Major General Ken Leuer, (Retired) and dozens of dishes from overseas. The chef for General Martin Dempse, former Army Chief of Staff, submitted a recipe as did GEN (Ret) Norman Schwarzkopf’s wife, Brenda.

The art was created by local artist and Army wife Diane Osborne, who has painted such historical Fort Benning landmarks as Riverside, the Ranger Memorial and the headquarters building. Inside are color photographs of the National Infantry Museum galleries.


Only $13 with shipping

100% the proceeds benefit the NIM.






Aflac Army Duck

Plush Talking Soldier Aflac duck, approx. 6″ high and 5″ long. Wearing U.S.Army shirt and hat. Press his body and he says Aflac Aflac Aflac three times.