The National Infantry Museum’s new national memorial to the Global War on Terrorism honors all who have served and continue to serve since 911.
The memorial includes eight granite panels etched with the names of nearly 7,000 Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines who have died in service since 9/11.
With thousands of artifacts, monuments, interactive exhibits and video presentations on display, the National Infantry Museum is one of the nation’s leading military history destinations. Visitors of all ages can experience firsthand the American Infantryman’s journey to defeat tyranny around the globe.
In addition to preserving the priceless legacy of the U.S. Army Infantryman, this world-class facility provides unique recreational opportunities for guests to enjoy. See a military documentary on the Giant Screen Theater, take a shot at the Combat Simulators or grab a bite at the Fife & Drum Restaurant and Bar during your visit.
Since opening in 2009, the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center has proven itself to be Columbus’s premier venue for events. Our 190,000-square-foot facility can accommodate a wide variety of public and private events, from day-long corporate meetings to dreamy weddings in our Grand Hall!
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The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center opened in 2009 with one guiding mission: to honor the legacy and valor of the U.S. Army Infantryman.
Telling the story of our nation’s past with the latest in technological innovation. Customizable tour packages available for students of all ages, servicemembers, church groups, scouts, military reunions and more.
In addition to more than 70,000 artifacts, the museum campus is also home to World War II Company Street, Vietnam Memorial Plaza – featuring the Dignity Memorial Vietnam Wall – and the Global War on Terrorism Memorial.
Offering the best opportunities for patriotic family fun, visitors can enjoy films on Giant Screen Theater, Combat Simulators, the Fife & Drum Restaurant and Bar, and a wide variety of annual community-wide events!
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Major Brent Taylor was well respected amongst his peers of both the US Army, but of the foreign Armies he encountered during his time overseas. From Afghanistan to Japan, he made an impact. Major Brent Taylor deployed four times over the course of his career, the...
The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center is a world-class museum that chronicles the history of the American Infantry from its formation in 1775 to the present. It includes eight galleries, a Giant Screen Theater, authentic World War II Company Street, outdoor...
Leadership came naturally to Major Brent Taylor. In 2009, Brent was elected to serve on North Ogden, Utah’s city council. A few short years later, in 2013, he was elected Mayor and ran unopposed in the 2017 election. He was a citizen soldier in its truest form,...
Brent Taylor had a variety from interests and hobbies. He loved C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and The Lord of the Rings series, as well as the Horatio Hornblower series. His wife, Jennie, said, “We sometimes joked that he would been so happy to have been born 200 years...