Anderson Children's Foundation

General Patton Memorial Museum

General Patton Memorial Museum

Patton's Cadets (2017-2018)

The General Patton Memorial Museum's mission is to "Promote peace by honoring the service and sacrifice of America's veterans while educating the public on modern US Military history through the preservation and interpretation of artifacts from the major conflicts of the 20th and 21st Centuries."

"Preserving the Peace through the lessons of the past."

Located in Chiriaco Summit, the Museum is devoted to educating students about the history of Patton, his principles, and how they continue to impact the Military today. As a national destination, the Museum strives to inspire and educate all lives within the stories of our brave men and women who protect our freedom.

Over the next year, the Museum will bring over 1800 students to the Museum and educate them about General Patton, the Desert Training Center, and the men and women who serve our country. As the Museum grows and expands, we will offer the public an opportunity to visit the museum with an interest and leave with passion, pride, and patriotism. Offering the public, especially students, an opportunity to hear the stories of our brave men and women throughout the exhibits, creates more than memories. It provides an experience that changes the lives of these students forever.

Contact Person: Michael Ables

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