The Richard A. Davis reading room in the new section of the museum has been completed.
The Maine Military Museum is expanding into the half of the building formerly occupied by the local VFW post.
In addition to adding exhibition space, expansion plans include a snack bar, a library, and a museum store.
We have digitized some stereo images from World War I and made them available as both regular images and simulated 3D images. Each of the images is accompanied by a full description of the scene or event.
In an excerpt of his video “God, Country and Family” Captain Richard “Moon” Mullen describes his capture and the torture to which he was subjected.
Thank you to WGME TV 13 in Portland, Maine for the story about our museum. The video is available on our web site here.
We have started a new section of the web site currently titled “Life After Captivity”.
We have added a new section containing books about POWs and prisons. Our first two books are available as PDF image files.
The Maine Military Museum has been honored with a hood and fender. Look for it at the races!
The museum will be open on Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, 2016 and will dedicate the new Vietnam War in-country section of the museum. All veterans and non-veterans are welcome to attend.