U.S. Army Exhibition
Nisei Soldier Experience
The National Museum of the United States Army has opened a 185,000 square-foot facility in Ft. Belvoir Virginia that will serve as the Army’s national landmark that celebrates over 240 years of Army history and honors our nation’s Soldiers—past, present and future.
From 2017-2020, the National Veterans Network (NVN) worked closely with the National Museum of the United States Army to incorporate the service of the Japanese American WWII Nisei Soldiers of the 100th Infantry Battalion, 442nd RCT and Military Intelligence. The NVN research team led the development of the historical content together with the Museum for the Nisei Soldier Experience exhibit, Soldiers Stories Gallery and Army & Society Gallery Timeline exhibit.
Over 90 soldiers’ oral histories, photos and 26 objects of the 100th Infantry Battalion, 442nd RCT and Military Intelligence Service will be represented in the following four areas of the museum: