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Boeing Supports U.S. Army Museum and Launches ‘Soldiers’ Stories’ Online Gallery

BoeingLogoBoeing has partnered with the National Museum of the United States Army to launch an online gallery that shows video galleries of soldiers describing their experience in the field.

The online Soldiers’ Stories Gallery is designed to help raise awareness for the museum, which is scheduled to open in 2017 at Fort Belvoir in Northern Virginia, Boeing announced Nov. 7.

Joe Mantegna, actor and spokesperson for the campaign to build the museum, served as the narrator for the videos.

The videos are available on the Army Historical Foundation website and Boeing’s Tribute page.

Boeing will sponsor the Army museum’s central gallery, which will also will be called the Soldiers’ Stories Gallery.

 

 

 

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