Inspiring Our Youth by Honoring Our Heroes
The 2014 Symposium will discuss, in-depth, the origins found in World War II, of the American military’s Special Operation Forces. This is Part One of a Two Part series.
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“Uncommon valor was a common virtue.” Fleet Admiral Nimitz’s words in 1945 ring true today as we tell the sweeping story of World War II in the Pacific. This is the story — the history — we are dedicated to honoring, teaching and preserving at The National Museum of the Pacific. Visit us to experience this extraordinary chapter of our nation’s history.
The museum offers free guided and self-guided tours with reservation.School Tours
Tuesday, February 11, 2014
One of only two in the world, the statue was commissioned by The Naval Order of the United States and sculpted by world-renowned artist Rip Caswell. Interestingly, the statue faces west, symbolizing how Nimitz achieved greatness to the west from his humble beginnings in Fredericksburg.
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