The Airborne & Special Operations Museum Foundation (ASOMF) opened a museum that will be dedicated to the history of Airborne and Special Operations. This museum is important because it will honor those who paved the way for future generations, and consolidate the rich history that has been preserved by these two groups of warriors. ASOMF is committed to educating children and adults alike on this pivotal history and the bravery of those who served.
The Airborne & Special Operations Museum Foundation was established in 2006 by a group of dedicated individuals who recognized the importance of honoring the service and sacrifice of Airborne and Special Operations Forces. The goal of ASOMF is to build a museum that tells the story of these warriors and their impact on world events. This museum is located in Fayetteville, North Carolina – home to the world’s largest military complex and the Fort Bragg Army installation.
VISIT THE MUSEUM
ASOMF is dedicated to educating children and adults alike on the pivotal history and bravery of those who served. The museum is open from Tuesday to Saturday 10 AM to 4 PM and from Sunday 12PM to 4 PM. Admission is free for all active duty military members, immediate family members and veterans. Airborne & Special Operations Museum Foundation is located at 100 Bragg Boulevard, Fayetteville, North Carolina 28301
Some of the exhibits at the Airborne & Special Operations Museum Foundation include:
-The Airborne Experience: This exhibit takes visitors on a journey from the beginning of parachuting to the modern day.
-Special Operations Forces: This exhibit tells the story of how Special Operations Forces have evolved and adapted to meet the challenges of war.
-Pathfinders: This exhibit pays tribute to the Pathfinders, the elite unit who pioneered airborne operations during World War II.
-Global Reach: This exhibit showcases how Airborne and Special Operations Forces are able to project power anywhere in the world.
The Airborne & Special Operations Museum Foundation goal is to honor those who paved the way for future generations, and to consolidate the rich history that has been preserved by these two groups of warriors. The foundation has collected an impressive array of artifacts from Airborne and Special Operations history.
If you are interested in exploring a natural beauty, Check out Cape Fear Botanical Garden situated on an impressive 80 acres nestled between the Cape Fear River and Cross Creek just two miles from downtown Fayetteville.