Military history prints are nicely displayed in the West Point Museum
There are many exhibits of weapons from all historical periods. These are located in the '54 classroom area behind the speaker's stand.
More exhibits in the '54 classroom area
The '54 classroom seats are arranged in the end of the hall with excellent visibility
A close up view of firearms exhibited in the '54 classroom area
Prints relating to military history are found along the walls
Artefacts and devices used to denote military rank and status
An exhibit of military headgear in the '54 area
Another view of military headgear
The exhibit includes a French "kepi" and a former USMA band "tarbucket."
Nazi German uniforms from WWII
Items pertaining to Viet Cong collected during the Vietnam War
More VC related items on display
More exhibits in the vicinity of the '54 classroom
Another view of the headgear exhiobit
USMA band "Tarbucket" and a dress helmet of brass
The well equipped instructor's podium facing the cadet classroom seats
Another view of the same podium or speaker's stand
The main West Point Museum building - formerly Ladycliff College in Highland Falls
The entrance to the Lucas Military Heritage Center (LMHC) located at ground level to the West of the main Museum entrance.
A closer view of the LMHC entrance showing the memorial placques and the granite monument honoring '54 classmates who died as a result of combat action.
The LMHC entrance as seen from the apporach from the main museum entrance
A good view of the memorial signage next the the LMHC entryway
The granite monument horoing members of the Class of 1954 killed in combat related actions
A close up view of the Andre C. Lucas CMH citation flanked by the academy and class crests
Engraved in granite - our legacy
Another view of the entry to LMHC
This is the view on stepping into the LMHC