The way in which items are displayed are not in context with the person who wore the uniform & all the items donated. Items are scattered among other peoples items & dont have the flow of what people donate. The man who runs it doesnt have the education on how to properly display theses items. My great uncle was a survivor of the Bataan Death March & the owner of this place cant even tell me which flag was his at his funeral. He didnt mark anything. He knows some of it in his mind. I had family permission to move his items to the museum at White Sands Army Museum that is accredited to display & care for the items properly, but the owner of this place wouldnt release them. I think it was because he couldnt find them all. The Army Museum at White Sand will preserve them for eternity. I think the owner of this little small place is just scared to lose some items. I eventually will hire a lawyer to handle the situation. I have to save the money to do so. Sad that he has done what he has to those who donated items.
Very well cared for Military Museum. Interesting what I call dioramas. All branches are represented. Worth the look.
A great place to visit. It brought back memories of my af days