Naples Museum Of Military History
About The Naples Museum Of Military History, We are a Southwest Florida 501(c)(3) military museum, with over 10,000 artifacts available for public viewing. We are pleased to present exhibits of these treasures to local area groups and the general public.
Come visit us At The Naples Museum Of Military History
We have thousands of Military artifacts from all branches of the Military. The Museum is located at the Naples Municipal Airport which was originally built by the Army Corps of Engineers to train pilots for the Pacific theater in WWII.
What has begun as a Museum Honoring Military Aviation in World War 2, has evolved into so much more. You can now see historical artifacts dating back to the Revolutionary War and all the way up to the present day Iraq & Afghanistan conflicts.
This corporation is organized exclusively for educational purposes, including, for such purposes, the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under section 501(c3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or the corresponding section of any federal tax code, and for the following purpose:
To acquire and preserve significant military memorabilia, and to display these memorabilia and in a fashion conducive to public viewing and understanding,
To acquire, catalog and make available to interested persons, books, unpublished documents and other papers which can facilitate research, understanding, and appreciation of military memorabilia on display
To arrange a presentation for your group, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 239 241 1697
To honor those who have served, and even given their lives, for their countries in the conflicts represented.
We regard the Preservation of these treasured artifacts of the conflicts represented by the museum’s presentations to be a sacred trust.
Through them, we can recreate a historic “realism” for viewers and supply helpful historical information for serious students of these conflicts – both essential to a better understanding of how and why they fought these wars.
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