Pave The Way For Army History
BG Creighton W. Abrams, Jr. (USA-Ret.); actor Joe Mantegna; and MG John P. Herrling (USA-Ret.) display a replica of a commemorative brick personalized for Mantegna’s uncle, a World War II Army veteran.
(NAPSI)—All Americans can now be part of the nation’s lasting tribute to the American Soldier.
The Army Historical Foundation’s National Museum of the United States Army Brick Program supports the campaign to build the National Army Museum, the first museum to tell the complete history of the U.S. Army from 1775 through today.
Commemorative bricks will line the Path of Remembrance leading to the museum entrance. The bricks can be personalized as a unique and permanent way to honor soldiers and veterans, Army families, Army civilians and Army supporters.
Actor Joe Mantegna, the museum’s national spokesperson, chose to honor his uncle, William J. Novelli, a Purple Heart recipient who served in Patton’s 3rd Army in World War II.
For more information, visit www.armyhistory.org/brick or call (855) ARMY-BRX.