The Military Heritage Museum’s Library and Research Center is free and open to anyone who is interested in learning more about United States military history and heritage.

Consisting of more than 4,000 titles available to both researchers and the general public – including more than 1,000 original documents – as well as 10 private reading and research desks, the Library and Research Center is an ideal place for visitors to connect with stories of service, discover the lasting legacies from various chapters in our military history and engage with friendly, knowledgeable staff.

The information available to visitors at the Library and Research Center is not limited to the physical documents contained onsite. The Museum makes it easy to connect with online resources across the country – from the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, Pa., to the Naval Post Graduate School in Monterrey, Calif., to the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. – to further expand knowledge and understanding.

Military Heritage Museum librarians are available onsite at the Library and Research Center to offer visitors assistance with anything from searching for and recommending material to using online resources.

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