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Stop 16: John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Museum

  • Overview

    The JFK Special Warfare Museum, established in 1963, spotlights the proud history of the US Army Special Forces (also known as the Green Berets), Civil Affairs and Psychological Operation Regiments, supporting the educational mission of the US Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School. The museum contains many unique items from World War I to current operations. The museum has recently moved to this new location, so although open to the public, exhibits are still being constructed and galleries opened.

    Hours: Monday-Friday 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.; Closed on Federal Holidays. Open to the Public.

    Next Stop: Turn right on Ardennes Street and Colonel Arthur D. “Bull” Simon’s Statue is located in the JFK Special Memorial Plaza.

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