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HOURS OF OPERATION:

Monday - Friday

10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Weekends
11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Closed
Thanksgiving, Christmas, & New Years Day

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Welcome to the U.S. Army Quartermaster Museum

Various Departments of the Quartermaster

** When visiting the Museum on the weekends, please enter through the Sisisky Gate, the Lee Gate is closed then.
** Click Here to see photos from last year's "Night at the Museum."

Artifact of the Month

Quartermaster Featured on the Travel Channel Sunday, July 15th 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. - Banner

Since 1957 the Quartermaster Museum has preserved the history and heritage of the U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps, the Army's oldest logistic branch. From the Revolution to the Persian Gulf, America's secret weapon is the one that keeps soldiers supplied with food, water, clothing, fuel, shelter and other things they can't survive combat without. This weapon is the Quartermaster Corps, and at the Quartermaster Museum, you’ll see how it’s sustained American soldiers since 1775.



Museum's 2 - Minute Introductory Video
Museum's 2 - Minute Introductory Video
CLICK HERE for a 2 minute video overview of exhibits at the Army Quartermaster Museum, Fort Lee, Virginia. Preserving the history & traditions of the U.S. Army's oldest logistics branch.




A Brief History of the Quartermaster Corps



- You’ll see how the U.S. Army lived and were fed throughout our country’s history
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- What the original model for the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier looks like.

- How the “Cracker Line” may have won the Battle of Chattanooga.

- How to whip up a quick breakfast for 100. Or how to feed, rearm, and re-equip 170,000 soldiers a day.

- Why a US Naval Ship is named after the Quartermaster Private.

- And why General George Washington called the Quartermaster Corps the “department on which all the operations of   an army essentially depend.”

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For queries and specific questions on museum services write:
Quartermaster Museum, USA Quartermaster Center, 1201 22nd Street, Fort Lee, VA 23801-1601

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