The National Armed Services
National Armed Services and Law Enforcement Memorial Museum
The National Armed Services and Law enforcement Memorial Museum, or NASLEMM for short, is believed to be the only combined Military and Law Enforcement Museum in the United States. The museum opened on Douglas Avenue in Dunedin on May 18, 2002.
NASLEMM currently has 3,500 square feet of displays that cover both law enforcement and all branches of the military. Law Enforcement displays include a full sized replica of "Old Sparky," Florida's electric chair, the first badge of Pinellas County's first sheriff and confiscated whiskey stills from the Florida Department of Alcohol and Tobacco.
Guest can see military small arms and artifacts from the Revolutionary War to present including a civil war sword owned by Major General Daniel L. Butterfield, who is known for composing "taps."
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