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The Vietnam War was one of the longest and most controversial wars fought by the U.S. military. The war began in 1957 and ended in 1975. The goal was to help South Vietnam prevent the spread of communism coming from … Continue reading
Pantex delivered an empty B53 nuclear weapon case to the Freedom Museum in Pampa today. The bomb was dismantled in 2011 by Pantex. It weighs around 10,000 pounds and required many engineers to help dismantle it. The B53 was first … Continue reading
This very special exhibit opened on Memorial Day and will continue through Veterans’ Day 2014. Please make plans to come to the Museum and see all the displays and information regarding the invasion that changed the course of history. For … Continue reading
We’ve been lax in adding updates to the blog so you will notice several posts today. There were many more happenings at the Museum; however, we just added the highlights. The first weeks of 2014 hosted an adventure by the … Continue reading
During the Annual Directors Meeting several past Board Members were honored for their years of service. Those able to attend were Thelma Bray, James Baird and Doris Robbins. Other former directors who were unable to attend were Mike Porter, … Continue reading
On May 27, 2013 Memorial Day Services were held at Freedom Museum. This is an annual event presented by VFW Post 1657.