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The United Nations Command in Korea
The United Nations Command in Korea: For the first time in the history of the United Nations men and women from many countries fought to preserve freedom under one banner.
Japanese Internment Camps in the Philippines
Learn about the struggles of those imprisoned in Japanese Internment Camps in the Philippines from 1941 to 1945.
General MacArthur's Honor Guard
Learn why the General Douglas MacArthur Honor Guard was formed and how its members were selected.
Learn about the far East Airforce and key members of General MacArthur's Airmen.
MacArthur's Airmen's Aircraft
Learn about the various aircraft flown by MacArthur's Airmen.
MacArthur’s Family Roots
Learn about General MacArthur's family history.
Under the Rainbow
This exhibit tells the story of the officers and men of the Rainbow Division from its inception at Camp Mills, New York in the summer of 1917, across the battlefields of France, and into occupation service in Germany until the dissolution of the division in the spring of 1919.
Keeping the Promise: Liberation of the Philippines
This special exhibit explores the liberation of the Philippines through unique artifacts and documents from U.S, Filipino, and Japanese sources.
Over Here, Over There
An exploration of the causes of the U.S. entry into World War I and the major campaigns fought by the A.E.F.