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Coming Soon! The west room of the museum has been designated a 4-D interactive space to honor the World War II exploits of the 134th Infantry Regiment. A French hedgerow and fighting figures based on the Keith Rocco painting were considered a fitting tribute. The display will be a “cornerstone” […]
The Nebraska National Guard Museum received the lead gift from the Duane and Phyllis Acklie family to build the “I Am the Guard” Room and Exhibit. The intent of the room is to “honor the courage and legacy of the men and women of the Nebraska National Guard who have […]
National Airborne Day dedication of exhibit above Concordia University Learning Center. August 16, 2016, 7pm. Come join us as we celebrate National Airborne Day and dedicate “Airborne!”. Thank you to Berry Law Firm and the Nitz Family for their sponsorship of the exhibit.
On the Fourth of July the Nebraska National Guard Museum Historical Society will be celebrating 100 years of aviation in the Nebraska National Guard. The Nebraska National Guard Museum will have three dedications the morning of July 4, 2016 for the new exhibits and rooms within the museum. The Curtiss Pusher flown […]
Meet us at Seward High School (532 Northern Heights Dr, Seward, NE 68434) to commemorate the soldiers returning home from WWII with the Bob Hope USO Show on Saturday, July 2, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. Help celebrate with live performances of music, skits, and commercials from 1946 meant for the radio. Special guest stars include Judy […]
Online RegistrationMail-In Registration Register for the Run to St. Lo an event hosted by the Nebraska National Guard Museum. In remembrance of the 43 fallen Nebraska soldiers liberating St. Lo, France in WWII, a 5K and 1 Mile Run/Walk will be held at 7:00 a.m. on Saturday June 8th, 2019. Registration […]
To RSVP and reserve tickets email Dave Nore. Payment will be accepted at the door.
The 1913 Curtiss Model D “Pusher” is the centerpiece of the “Century of Nebraska National Guard Aviation” Exhibit. It represents the early founding of the Nebraska Aviation Corps on July 19, 1915. One of the first and most famous pilots of the time was Captain Ralph McMillen. He was considered […]