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Tucson, Arizona
Science, University
Fort Huachuca, Arizona
History, Historic House, Military, Science, Specialized
The U.S. Army Intelligence Museum takes its theme as the evolution of the intelligence art within the U.S. Army. It is in building 41411, just down the street from the Fort Huachuca Museum and its Annex.
Fort Huachuca, Arizona
Archaeology, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Military, Specialized
There are two museums at Fort Huachuca housed in three separate buildings. All are within just a short walk from one another. The Fort Huachuca Museum takes up two buildings, its main museum (Bldg. 41401) and a spillover gallery called the Museum Annex (41305). It tells the story of the U.S. Army in the American Southwest. The second museum is the U.S. Army Intelligence Museum which takes for its theme the evolution of the intelligence art within the U.S. Army.
Fountain Hills, Arizona
Art, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Specialized
The Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation is a 950-member Native American tribe which calls Central Arizona’s upper Sonoran Desert home. The tribe which once roamed over 12 million acres now owns just 24,000 acres in northeastern Maricopa County 35 miles from Phoenix. The Fort Mc Dowell Yavapai, the “Abaja - the people” are one of three Yavapai tribes in Arizona.
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