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During my battle of the bulge metal detecting trip in the Ardennes we visited the General Patton Memorial Museum. This is one of my favorite museums! Make sure to visit this museum when you're there! PLEASE hit that LIKE button to support the show and make future videos possible. ►Read the Full Story at: ►Check out my Website for more info and stories http://www.joedemadio.com ►TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/joedemadio ►INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/joedemadio ►FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/joedemadioyt ►GOOGLE PLUS: google.com/+Joedemadio ►STEAM GROUP: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/joedemadio ►TWITCH: http://www.twitch.tv/joedemadioyt
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The Rommel Cave Museum in Marsa Matrouh, which hosts many personal belongings of German Nazi General Erwin Rommel, was reopened by Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities and the Matrouh governorate, Saturday, after a seven-year renovation plan. SOT, Ahmed Hassan, Rommel Cave Museum vistor (Arabic): "It is part of history, and I love to see these belongings as we used to hear about [this part of history] only in our study books, but now we can see it in reality. I am very happy with that." SOT, Shaaban El-Sayed, Rommel Cave Museum vistor (Arabic): "Every war has advantages and disadvantages. In Egypt we gained lots of benefits from being occupied, as the occupying countries made infrastructures like railways, [as well as brought] antiques, and history that we study up until now." SOT, Sobhy Gam...
Thiếu Tướng Lê Minh Đảo, Cựu Tư Lệnh Sư Đoàn 18 Bộ Binh, Người Hùng của mặt trận Xuân Lộc 4/75, Thần Tượng của Hậu Duệ QLVNCH, ghé thăm Viện Bảo Tàng. Major General Lê Minh Dao , former commander of the 18th ARVN Division of the last battle of the Vietnam War, Xuan Loc 4/75, visits the Museum of the Republic of Vietnam Armed Forces. Westminster, California.
Egypt is always rich in monuments of different ages. In Egypt's Matruh Governorate, here is a museum built in a cave in honor of Erwin Rommel, or popularly known as “Desert Fox,” a German general who used the cave as a base during WWII. Rommel’s Cave is one of the area’s natural caves in the rocky cliff which dates back to the Roman times. Turned into a museum, the German military commander's weapons and uniforms are on display in the cave.
Video taken at a steaming day in 2009
This historic house was occupied during the winter of 1863-64 by General James Longstreet. It is currently being restored to serve as a museum and centerpiece of the Civil War tour in East Tennessee. The house is a stop on the Tennessee Civil War Trail. Hours: Friday through Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Cost: $5 for adults, $3 for children, Group rates available.
This video provides an overview of the iconic artifacts, stimulating exhibitions, engaging programs, and other amenities visitors encounter on a visit to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History. For more information please visit http://americanhistory.si.edu.
A slideshow of vehicles at the GM Heritage Museum (aka: GM Heritage Center) with some Creedence Clearwater Revival (CCR) music to entertain. Photos were taken October 1, 2011. This was a special group tour of the Heritage Collection. This collection is not open to view to the individual public.
The Big Map was made in 27 sections, composed of 269,000 separate fibre board pieces, weighing 8,000 pounds and designed to come apart like a giant jigsaw puzzle. In 1988, Metropolitan donated the map to the Patton Museum located at Chiriaco Summit. Over the many years, the Big Map began to fray. But recently, Metropolitan helped restore the map to its former luster so that current and future generations can see and appreciate the vision and planning necessary to build a facility the size and complexity of the Colorado River Aqueduct, which in 1992 was recognized as one of the seven "wonders" of the engineering world by the American Society of Civil Engineers.
How military leaders must earn the trust of their soldiers.
from wikipedia: Johannes "Macky" Steinhoff (15 September 1913 – 21 February 1994) was a German Luftwaffe fighter ace of World War II, and later a senior West German Air Force officer and military commander of NATO. He played a significant role in rebuilding the post war Luftwaffe, eventually serving as chief of staff from 1966 – 1970 and then as chairman of NATO's Military Committee from 1971 – 1974. In retirement, Steinhoff became a widely read author of books on German military aviation during the war and the experiences of the German people at that time. Steinhoff was one of very few Luftwaffe pilots who survived to fly operationally through the whole of the war period 1939–45. He was also one of the highest-scoring pilots with 176 victories, and one of the first to fly the Messerschmi...
This is the first video in a series of videos chronicling the renovation of the General George Patton Museum of Leadership at Fort Knox. The goal is to highlight some of the items visitors will be able to see when they visit the museum and illustrate the museums new focus on Army Leadership. Only a small portion of the museum is currentlly open to the public, but new exhibits are being added all of the time. We will create a new video for every new addition to the museum until the renovations are complete in 2013. Stay tuned for our next video on the Cadet Command exhibit.
On the difference between peacetime and wartime leadership.
http://www.generalpattonmuseum.com/ The General Patton Memorial Museum is a military history museum with exhibits ranging from World War I through the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars. Established in 1988 to honor the memory of General George Patton, the museum is located at the heart of the Desert Training Center from World War II. Established by General Patton in 1942 to train American troops in desert warfare in preparation for the invasion of North Africa, it became the largest army training facility in the United States. During the course of the war the Desert Training Center trained 60 divisions and more than one million soldiers. The museum is located at Chiriaco Summit, close to Camp Young, which was General Patton's headquarters. Joe Chiriaco, the son of an Italian immigrant, establish...
“Thank you for an excuse to visit this Library for the very first time,” said General David Petraeus, a retired four-star Army General, and one of the most consequential and effective military leaders of our generation. Speaking in a packed East Room at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum on November 28, the General offered his thoughts on President Donald Trump’s foreign policies, the North Korea nuclear issue, US-China relations, continuing troubles in the Middle East, President Nixon’s strategic vision, and leadership. Commenting on whether the United States should continue to lead the world’s rules-based international order, General Petraeus said that doing so is “something that I am firmly committed to and think we should strongly do, and it’s something that the man ar...