Museum of Military History Celebrates POW/MIA Day
Osceola County, FL: The Museum of Military History will be celebrating POW/MIA Day with a special Commander’s Call Event beginning at 10:00 am until 3:00 pm Saturday, Sept. 19th in the museum’s parking lot. On hand will be military re-enactors from the Civil War, WWII, and Vietnam. Local veteran’s support groups and business’s will provide information and support the veterans. A special treat for the kids will be the appearance of their favorite comic book heroes. Also with our honored guest, Korean War POW and Vietnam Veteran Charles Montano there will be a number of WWII and Korean War veterans to meet and greet our guest. The ceremony will be conducted by the Museum staff, 463rd Air Cadet Honor Guard, and the Osceola County Veterans Council. Custom made Dog Tags will also be available for purchase with all proceeds supporting the museum’s ability to educate people on the rich history of our military services, their contribution to our nation’s freedoms, and to gain a better understanding of what it means to serve. This will be a free event open to the public in the parking lot with a reduced fee for entrance to the Museum. Families are encouraged to attend and meet these military heroes that have given so much to secure the freedoms they enjoy today.
Donations, individual and corporate memberships, and sponsorships are available to help support the museum, a 501(c) 3 organization. For further information, contact the museum at 407-507-3894.