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The NIM Is Open For The Holidays!

The NIM Is Open For The Holidays!

LET’S SHAKE THINGS UP A BIT! The National Infantry Museum is happy to announce the museum will reopen to the public December 19 through January 10. The museum has been closed to the public since mid-March in an effort to protect visiting Soldiers from the potential...

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Graduation Ceremonies via Live Stream

Graduation Ceremonies via Live Stream

All Infantry school public graduations and Family Day events have been canceled by the Maneuver Center of Excellence at Fort Benning until further notice in response to COVID-19.  It is vitally important to our nation’s defense to ensure our Soldiers stay healthy and...

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Memorial Day 2020

Memorial Day 2020

The National Infantry Museum’s Memorial Day Observance was conducted virtually to contain the possible spread of coronavirus. Museum staff and veterans took part in the ceremony, honoring those who have fallen while serving their country. They also dedicated about 100...

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Road Closing: Update on Benning Road Access Control Point

Road Closing: Update on Benning Road Access Control Point

The Maneuver Center of Excellence and Fort Benning will close the Benning Road Access Control Point (ACP) to begin construction on the Benning Road Culvert Replacement Project. The Benning Road Culvert Replacement Project, scheduled to start March 23, will replace the...

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Now Hiring: Housekeeping 2nd Shift

Now Hiring: Housekeeping 2nd Shift

Housekeeping Worker, National Infantry Museum Foundation Overview:     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,...

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MAJ Brent Taylor – Heroes Among Us

MAJ Brent Taylor – Heroes Among Us

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...

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