For those of you, like myself, who toured this museum some years ago, you should tour it again, as I have. Attractions have been added. There are two parts to the museum. One is the inside part which has photos and other memorabilia pertaining to the war in the Pacific during WW2. A short walk from there is the other part which has, among other things, a torpedo bomber of the type Bush Sr. flew during the war and a PT boat like JFK skippered. The reason it is located in this small picturesque German town northwest of San Antonio is because it is the birthplace of Admiral Nimitz. Both the town and the museum are reasons to visit here. Allow several hours to tour this museum as there is a lot to see.
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