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Since its birth during the Revolutionary War in 1775, the U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps has fed, clothed and equipped the U.S. Army. The Museum's 11 exhibit galleries tell the stories of how the Quartermasters have provided logistical support from...more
37 years in the region and finally went to this museum. You must get a pass to get on to this active military base. Very courteous staff but you’ll have to take a number and wait. Museum is small but very well done. They do...More
This place shows how much the QM corps does and how it fits in with the war fighting functions. If you’re starting AIT or BOLC soon, I recommend that you check it out before you start to get an idea of what you’ll be doing...More
For non-military folks entrance requires a pass from the not easy to find visitor control center. Depending on staffing and demand, this can take from 5 to 50 minutes. The staff there are courteous and pleasant.
Driving to the museum is easy. On the day...More
Having spent 3 years in the army I never new how much the quartermaster did in serving the troops. This was just an outstanding experience learning about the history of the quartermaster going back to the Revolutionary War. On display are many of the articles...More
I have never had much interest in militaria, but I was spellbound by some of the displays inside this museum. If the movie about training soldiers to pack parachutes does not get you hooked, then maybe the video of how dogs are trained to alert...More
Visited this museum with my mom on August 4,2016. Being prior military myself I was truly impressed at what I experienced. I had no idea that thus museum existed on Ft Lee. Never being stationed there had no idea the history it shared. Everyone should...More
Recent visit to the QM Museum during a really hot day. The museum traces the history of the US Army Quartermaster Corps from the Revolution to the current conflicts. Has interactive exhibits for kids. Takes about 2 hours to take in the whole museum. Museum...More