Brief written accounts on assorted topics germane to Minnesota’s military history.
The Military Salute Project honors Minnesotans, and those with close Minnesota ties, who died in the service of their country since the 1950s. Includes Korea, Vietnam, Persian Gulf, Iraq, Afghanistan, and several military incidents. Find their names and related information in alphabetical lists.
Individuals with distinguished records of military service have been memorialized at Camp Ripley since 1933. Learn more, and find the names of all so honored.
Sometimes referred to as the Congressional Medal of Honor because it is presented “in the name of the Congress of the United States,” it is the nation’s highest award for military valor.
Bring history to life. You can borrow a "trunk" containing artifacts representing the Civil War, World War I, World War II, and the Vietnam War. An opportunity for hands-on, object-based learning.
Are you a teacher? Enhance your students’ visit to the museum with these resources. The museum also offers resources for use in your classroom.
Useful links commonly sought by Minnesota veterans and their families.
Learn about other museums in Little Falls, other military museums and historical sites in Minnesota, Minnesota military roundtables, national military museums, and military history resources for each branch of service.
Some maps that detail various aspects of Minnesota's military history. More maps will be added as they are generated.
Resources available at the museum for those working on History Day projects.