The Fort McArthur Military Museum was dedicated in 1985 to honor veterans from 1914 to 1974. The military museum is located in Los Angeles, California as a place to preserve the memory of those who have fought for the United States and given their lives. The museum has a corridor and galleries in the Battery Osgood-Farley. There is a large collection of artifacts from the US Army's role in American defense, including that of the coastal defenses needed of American property. Some of the displays are big guns like information about missiles and the missile era.
The various rooms in the galleries have information on the harbor defenses Los Angeles used to have, home front activities, and even information on the World Wars. Some of the displays talk about the American Pacific Theater campaign that was created to help the men overseas keep their morale up.
Museum hours are 12pm to 5pm Tuesday, Thursday, Weekends and Holidays. Private tours can be arranged from 10am to 5pm during the weekdays by contacting the museum office. Tours such as school groups do require advanced notice. The museum is found at 3601 South Gaffey Street near Angeles Gate Park.
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