MILITARY HERITAGE CENTER

P.O. Box 794

College Station, Texas 77841

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PRESERVING AND EDUCATING

The focus and mission of the Military Heritage Center is to chronicle the contributions and legacy of our citizen soldiers through educational programs, seminars and thematic exhibits. We need your help to make this unique location possible. We appreciate you visiting our site and considering a donation.

- HELP US BUILD, BRICK BY BRICK -

Would you like to be a permanent part of the Military Heritage Center? Would you like to honor a family member or friend who served the nation?

The path to the MHC entrance will be made up of engraved bricks. Help us build the center and be a part of our history.

Click on the form to download it. Fill it out, then send it and your generous donation to the mailing address on the form.

For more information about the bricks or the MHC, email aggiesgotowar@gmail.com.

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- ABOUT -

The Military Heritage Center will be located in College Station, Texas. It is the home of Texas A&M University and sits in the heart of the Texas Triangle formed by three of America's largest cities: Houston, Dallas and San Antonio.

Architectural plans are in progress to develop a 20,000 square foot interactive, educational facility. Through its exhibits and educational outreach, the MHC will emphasize lessons learned and leadership dynamics drawn from real world stories and experiences of those who have served our country.

Help us create a remarkable tribute to those who have served.

The Military Heritage Center's premier exhibit is From Texas to Bastogne: Texas Aggies Go to War. The exhibit was originally proposed by Belgian officials who were forging business partnerships with local officials and Texas A&M. It was on display in Bastogne, Belgium from December 2014 to June 2016.

 

The exhibit honors and examines the service of all World War II veterans by taking visitors through the life stories of five Aggies who fought in the Battle of the Bulge, which was centered in Bastogne.

 

This exhibit will occupy the MHC's main exhibit hall. Learn more about this exhibit and its unique story by visiting its website.

 
- LOCATION -

The Military Heritage Center will be located in the Veterans Park & Athletic Complex thanks to a generous land lease approved by the City of College Station.

 

Veterans Park is also home to the Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial, a beautiful and unique 12-acres commemorating the sacrifices of veterans during each of the conflicts in our nation's past.

 
- EDUCATION -

A vital part of the mission of the Military Heritage Center is education.

Through engaging exhibits as well as specially tailored programs, the MHC will help visitors of all ages understand how this country's citizens soldiers have demonstrated values of leadership, excellence and selfless service.

The MHC hosted its first educational program in December 2017, sharing the stories of Texans who liberated the Nazi concentration camps at the end of WWII.

When finished, the Military Heritage Center will join many other attractions in the Bryan/College Station area dedicated to preserving America's military history.

 
- DONATE -
SUPPORT THE MHC

Please consider supporting the MHC and its future exhibits and programs through one-time gifts, recurring gifts, IRA charitable rollovers, donor advised funds and memorial and tribute gifts.

Contact us for more information.

The Military Heritage Center is incorporated in Texas under the name From Bastogne to Texas, Inc.

It is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. 

NAMED GIFTS

There are a number of select opportunities to become part of the campaign to fund the construction of the Military Heritage Center with gifts which will be recognized through naming opportunities in prominent parts of the MHC. Honor the values of the citizen soldiers while leaving a legacy for your family, company or loved one.

 
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