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Fort Jackson Museum
Building 4442, Jackson Boulevard
Fort Jackson, South Carolina 29207
Voice: 803-751-7419

The Fort Jackson Museum shows exhibits related to the training of our soldiers. You will see both basic training and Drill Sergeant training. See the uniforms of today and yesteryear. You can view the weapons used in training and also see some of the training tools from the Calvary. there is also many items displayed form World War I all the way to today.

The kids (even those big kids) will enjoy the display of Army vehicles that are located outside. The are a couple heavy tanks and a medium tank, a M-15A1 "halftrack", an Iroquois helicopter UH1B "Huey", an M84 Self-propelled infantry mortar, a lighter amphibious re-supply cargo vehicle "LARC-5", and several other vehicles.

KAT'S VIEW

The Fort Jackson Museum was cool. They had really old newspapers from 1945. Some of them were dark brownish-yellow. They had a battle model with Army tanks. Plus there was an exhibit about women in the Army. Their mascot was a bobcat and they had a stuffed one. They had a training riffle made out of wood, too. Outside there was a bunch of tanks. Lots of different kinds of them. They had a search light and a helicopter, too.



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