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1st Cavalry Division Museum, Fort Hood, Bell County, Texas, USA

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Location Category ID: 93000
Added to Database: 18 December 2011
Last Edited: 16 March 2012
Address: 1st Cavalry Division Museum, Building 2218, P.O. Box 5178, Fort Hood, TX 76544
Telephone: 254-286-5684
Email: i1stcavalrydiv [at] hot.rr.com (Replace [at] with @)
Opening Times: 0900-1600 Monday-Friday, 1000-1600 Saturday, 1200-1600 Sunday and Training Holidays. Closed Christmas, New Year’s Day, Easter and Thanksgiving. Foreign visitors should telephone a few days in advance.
Official Website: 1st Cavalry Division Museum
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Other Links: Xenophon
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YouTube – Indoors
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Latitude, Longitude: 31.13977505 , -97.77113467
Location Accuracy: 7
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The 1st Cavalry Division Museum was established to collect, preserve, interpret, exhibit and educate military personnel and the general public on the history of the 1st Cavalry Division and its subordinate units. Exhibits and vehicle displays trace the history of the 1st Cavalry Division from its beginnings on the American Frontier to recent service on the streets of Baghdad. It exhibits more than 150 years of cavalry uniforms, equipment and arms from sabres to assault helicopters. It highlights the cavalry's evolving role in conflicts since the Civil War, with an emphasis on combat during World War II, in Korea and in Vietnam. The museum has an outdoor display that features a wide selection of historical equipment, including artillery, tanks, trucks and captured foreign weapons.

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May 2010

CH-54 helicopter marking the external display area
1: CH-54 helicopter marking the external display area

Taken: May 2010
Contributor: M. Trinidad
Location Photo ID: 631
Added: 21 December 2011
Views: 99
Has Priority: 0
    

 

M59 armoured personnel carrier
2: M59 armoured personnel carrier

Taken: May 2010
Contributor: M. Trinidad
Location Photo ID: 632
Added: 21 December 2011
Views: 207
Has Priority: 0
    

 

M113 armoured personnel carrier
3: M113 armoured personnel carrier

Taken: May 2010
Contributor: M. Trinidad
Location Photo ID: 633
Added: 21 December 2011
Views: 97
Has Priority: 0
    



M114 command and reconnaissance carrier
4: M114 command and reconnaissance carrier

Taken: May 2010
Contributor: M. Trinidad
Location Photo ID: 634
Added: 21 December 2011
Views: 117
Has Priority: 0
    



AMX-10P armoured personnel carrier
5: AMX-10P armoured personnel carrier

Taken: May 2010
Contributor: M. Trinidad
Location Photo ID: 635
Added: 21 December 2011
Views: 165
Has Priority: 0
    



BMP-1 infantry fighting vehicle
6: BMP-1 infantry fighting vehicle

Taken: May 2010
Contributor: M. Trinidad
Location Photo ID: 636
Added: 21 December 2011
Views: 170
Has Priority: 0