Individual Soldier stories, and the stories of Army supporters, are part of the Army’s story and each inscription uniquely supports the theme and the importance of the National Museum of the United States Army. We hope to continue to share “Why my brick?” stories in our publications and on social media. Here are a select few of our favorite stories.

The Damron Family

The Damron Family My wife purchased this brick for our anniversary to honor the service of my father, COL James C. Damron, Ret., brothers LTC James K. Damron, Ret. and

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LTC Norman S. Nuzzi

LTC Norman S. Nuzzi To be an American Soldier was my “calling.” As far back as I can remember I wanted to be a “Soldier.” As a young boy, I

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MSG Lanie R. Vickers

MSG Lanie R. Vickers I served with Special Forces 28 years and retired at 57 years old I got a 2nd draft notice (First one 1968) to serve at Taji,

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CPL Adolph E. Moncher

CPL Adolph E. Moncher My father served in the US Army from 1950 to 1953 as an amateur radio operator. Growing up I can remember my father telling me stories

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