Living History

Pacific Valor: Sergeant Raymond Eubanks

November 2, 2024 11:00am - 2:00pm

The Museum’s Pacific Valor, battle demonstrations each tell the story of a specific World War II Medal of Honor recipient. This program will transport guests back to the Jungles of New Guinea, where Sergeant Raymond Eubanks gave his life through an act of unfathomable heroism on the battlefield.

The battle demonstration will include simulated explosives, blank firing guns, and a real M2-2 flamethrower for an immersive experience brought to you by the living history volunteers of Company K.

This presentation is not recommended for small children, pets, or those with a heart condition.

Programs are offered at 11:00 and 2:00 at the Pacific Combat Zone.

Online Ticket Purchase is HIGHLY ENCOURAGED. Seating is first come first serve.
Adults: $10

Children (5 and under): Free

Children (6-17): $5

College Student (w/ID): $5

WWII Veteran: Free