Provided by The Americans in Wartime Experience
The Americans in Wartime Experience — formerly called the National Museum of Americans in Wartime — has recently introduced its new brand. Look closely at the logo. It was designed to evoke the feel of what is known as the “invasion circle” stenciled onto American tanks during the latter part of World War II. The logo features five subtle arrows in the negative space, pointing inwardly to form the star. This symbolizes the variety of ways Americans, whether at home or abroad, sacrificed and contributed toward the American wartime effort in any given conflict.
Tremendous progress is being made toward the launch of the first phase of the new New Americans in Wartime Experience website. It is being built to tell the story of the Americans in Wartime Experience, and (in later phases) to actually allow people to “visit” and explore and learn virtually.
The Open House is scheduled at The Tank Farm in Nokesville, Sept. 25 and 26, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day. Please register and donate online in advance to save time at check-in.