The Armed Forces Heritage Museum
The mission of the Armed Forces Heritage Museum is to Preserve, Honor, and Educate the public
on the Military history of New Jersey and the surrounding region.
Save The Date Events
In The News
Thank you to all the attendees who made our Annual Dinner a GREAT success!
Glad many of you were able to attend our ANNUAL DINNER on Saturday, October 12th. It was a fun evening with humble honorees (Dr. Lewis Wetstein and Jean Stanfield), great entertainment (by Fred Miller) and with a special tribute to Al Buchan, a visionary with a can do attitude, who was instrumental in the planning stages and debut of our Multi-Media Mobile Museum (affectionately called, “MiniMo”). We hope all that attended enjoyed the evening and WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!!
OUR MISSION IN ACTION
Click a video to watch a taste of what we're all about.
AFHM Multimedia Mobile Museum
The Armed Forces Heritage Museum is in the process of releasing a traveling, educational and multi media 30 foot display trailer (please see image) that will feature some of the current ongoing projects, as part of the mission of the AFHM.
(Lynch Exhibits owns the copyright to the rendering image shown)
Acknowledging Our Supporters
Investing in the mission of the Armed Forces Heritage Museum benefits us all. The AFHM could not accomplish our goals without the support, involvement and enthusiasm of our dedicated supporters.
Dignitaries Introduce Living History Documentaries
Many of the Armed Forces Heritage Museum documentaries are introduced by dignitaries such as Former U.S. Congressman Tom MacArthur (pictured to the right of Ernest Kaufman), and others such as Former NJ Lt Gov Kim Guadagno, former Congressman Jon Runyan and NJ State Senator Troy Singleton.
OREN CARROL - TreasurerOren’s retired with 28+ years serving in the Air Force. He started his career, in 1975, as a helicopter crew chief stationed in Sembach, Germany....
AFHM News Update
Never Forgetting Our Heroes
Watch Roy Plummer's tour of this awesome Military Mobile Museum keeping their stories alive!