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#MemorialDayAtHome

Looking for meaningful ways to honor Memorial Day at home this year?  The 390th Memorial Museum has gathered a list of activities you can do with you family, as well [...]

Home Front Friday Fun for VE Day – Ways to honor the 75th anniversary at home

There will be no large gatherings to celebrate Victory in Europe Day’s 75th anniversary this year.  However, you can still honor this day at home with some family-friendly activities. MAKE [...]

Come enjoy our Museum From Home!

Have you been enjoying our #MuseumFromHome videos?  You haven’t seen them yet?! Well, let us give you an overview, and then you can go check them out! “I’ll Be Around” [...]

Welcome to Mae Casey, the museum’s new Curator!

We are so excited to introduce Mae Casey, our new Curator.  She completed her education in December 2018, earning a Master’s in Library and Information Science as well as graduate [...]

We may be closed, but we are still here for you!

The 390th Memorial Museum may be closed, but we are working to bring you fun facts, awesome activities and totally top rate tours of our gallery.  Here a few great [...]

Seeking a Curator for the 390th Memorial Museum

POSITION: Curator / Archives Director CLASSIFICATION: Full Time, salary LOCATION: 390TH Memorial Museum, Library & Archives SUMMARY Supports the Mission of the 390th Memorial Museum by ensuring access to historical [...]

Welcome to Alex Wright, the Museum’s new Executive Director

Please join us in welcoming our new Executive Director, Alex Wright, pictured on the right introducing a fellow former fighter pilot into the museum. A Louisiana native, Alex is a [...]

Rail System as a Target during Battle of the Bulge

By Kate Doak-Keszler, Director of Communications This article is part of our series on the Battle of the Bulge Of the 19 bombing missions the 390th Bomb Group flew in [...]

Nazi Germany’s quest for oil and the Battle of the Bulge

By Kate Doak-Keszler, Director of Communications This article is part of our series on the Battle of the Bulge For Germany in WWII, oil was a precious commodity.  Germany had [...]

A “Maximum Effort” Christmas Eve: The 8th Air Force joins the Battle of the Bulge

By Kate Doak-Keszler, Director of Communications The Battle of the Bulge was the last major German offensive campaign on the Western Front.  The plan was a Blitzkrieg attack to split the [...]

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