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US Army Engineer Museum
14296 South Dakota Ave, Bldg 1607
Fort Leonard Wood
from Fort Wood:
8am-4pm Mon-Fr, 10-4 Saturdays
One of 3 Military museums within the John B. Mahaffey Museum complex; the Army Engineer Museum highlights the history of the Engineers. This museum represents the different roles engineers play in the U.S. Army. The encyclopedia gallery includes artifacts and replicas dating back to the days of paddlewheels and pontoons. The topographic area features tools and projects of the surveyors and mapmakers from colonial times
through the present. The land mine display features mines, detectors and foreign armament used to develop land mine warfare technology. There are also models of the many different bridges the engineers build - floating, fixed and mobile and the
explosives the engineers use to demolish the same types of bridges.
displays to include a bridge builder. Souvenir shop is also available.
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