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Wednesday
Nov262014

Museum of Military History Posters and Memorabilia at the Simi Valley Town Center

The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10049 and Simi Valley Town Center host an impressive display at the Museum of Military History Posters and Memorabilia. The Museum is located in a large storefront that was previously occupied by American Eagle Outfitters, directly in front of a kids' play area and adjacent to Andrew Steinfeld's Results Fitness.

There are hundreds of military posters and historical artifacts on display that have been graciously provided by local veterans and collectors. We stopped by and enjoyed seeing items like old weapons, munitions, posters, newspapers, uniforms and much more. Several Vietnam Veterans were on hand, imparting stories and background to us as we strolled around.

A huge thank you to the owners of the Simi Valley Town Center as we know this display would not be possible without their generosity. And of course thanks to the veterans who made this and our freedoms possible! I believe their hours are 11am to 5pm on weekends and noon to 3pm on Wednesdays. There is no admission cost, though donations are encouraged to support local veterans.

More info at www.vfwpost10049.com/museum.html.

Military Mule with armament (not live of course lol) on display. Pretty cool!

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