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Ongoing Events and Temporary Exhibits at the Museum
War and Peace Tintypes Show
Melissa Cacciola photographed fifteen men and nine women of various backgrounds, ages, and roles in the armed forces in uniform and civilian attire in an exploration of war, identity, and what serving in the armed forces means.
On display through December 1, 2014 on the Second Deck
“Weapon's Platoon: A Marine's Life in Afghanistan”
This photographic exhibit by Stephen Dupont, opens at the National Museum of the Marine Corps on April 4, 2012. The series of 35 photographs is a portrait of the Marine platoon Dupont was embedded with in the Spring of 2009.
On display until July, 2014
“9/11 - We Remember”
The National Museum of the Marine Corps commemorates the anniversary of 9/11 with the temporary exhibit "9/11 - We Remember," which features an I-beam from the World Trade Center and a Pentagon building fragment as well as inspiring stories of extraordinary efforts that have been taken to keep America safe since that fateful day.

The exhibit invites visitors to share their memories of the day that ushered in a "new reality" for all Americans while also paying tribute to a generation that has borne the burden of our security during a decade of war.

The exhibit also pays tribute to the resilience of the American people and the stubborn defiance of the Corps and its Marines. Visitors will see that defiance in the display of a Marine Corps flag found standing upright near a sheered edge of the Pentagon, maintaining a silent vigil over the rubble of the damaged building. The flag, like the Marines it represents and the Nation they serve, never faltered under the terrorist attack.
On display until Spring of 2014


CALENDAR OF EVENTS
October 2014
Saturday, October 25 Family Day — Family Halloween Special Event
Bring your little ghosts and goblins to the Museum for a special Halloween event. Crafts, games and a magic show are just the beginning of this annual fun, festive (not the least bit spooky) event for ages 1-10.
12:00pm - 2:00pm
Thursday, October 30 "An Evening With..." series — featuring Mr. Robert S. Mueller, III
An Evening with a Distinguished Speaker featuring Mr. Robert S. Mueller, III, sixth Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. His speech topic is "The FBI - Safeguarding our National Security".

6:30pm - Cash-bar Reception
7:00pm - Dinner Program


Location:
National Museum of the Marine Corps
Leatherneck Gallery
18900 Jefferson Davis Highway
Triangle, VA 22172

Tickets - $65.00 per person.

RSVP to rsvp@marineheritage.org.


November 2014
Saturday, November 8 Family Day — Modern Marine
Join us at the Museum for Modern Marine Day. Young visitors will have the opportunity to view and try on Modern Era Marine uniforms and gear. Enjoy crafts and historical information about Marine Corps History. Free admission, free parking.
12:00pm - 3:00pm


December 2014
Saturday, December 6 Family Day — Christmas
Santa and Mrs. Claus make their journey from the North Pole come so they can visit with the children.
12:00pm - 3:00pm
Wednesday, December 10 Family Day — Christmas
Jingle Bells, Seasonís Greetings and Winter Wonderland. Bring your children to the Museum so they can spend an afternoon with Santa and Mrs. Claus.
3:00pm - 5:00pm


All Family Programs Are Free Of Charge
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National Museum of the Marine Corps
18900 Jefferson Davis Highway
Triangle, VA 22172
Toll Free: 1.877.635.1775


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