The National Museum of the Marine Corps in Triangle, Va., has begun a new expansion that will cover historical events since the post-Vietnam era, to include the Gulf War and the Global War of Terrorism, as well as campaigns and engagements in Somalia, Kosovo, and Grenada. The growth will include new major artifacts and new exhibits featuring sports, combat art and children galleries and a 350-seat giant screen theater. The Museum is the official site for the catalog of Marine Corps History. For more information, visit the National Museum of the Marine Corps website at www.usmcmuseum.org.
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