South Carolina Military Museum

Officially recognized by the U.S. Army’s Center for Military History and the National Guard Bureau, the museum features a timeline of South Carolina military history within two full exhibit galleries available for visitors to explore.

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We Have A Story To Tell, Part 6 | Carolina Stories
We Have A Story To Tell, Part 6 | Carolina Stories

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Today, the SC National Guard is a global force in the fight for worldwide peace and security. In partnership with other countries, its engagement and impact continue to be felt well beyond the borders...
We Have A Story To Tell, Part 5 | Carolina Stories
We Have A Story To Tell, Part 5 | Carolina Stories

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Ever since September 11, 2001, the SC National Guard’s 263rd Army and Air Missile Defense Command has had continuous watch over the skies of Washington, D.C. Today, the SC Air National Guard has units...
We Have A Story To Tell, Part 3 | Carolina Stories
We Have A Story To Tell, Part 3 | Carolina Stories

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General John Dozier retired as South Carolina’s Adjutant General in 1959, and was replaced by Major General Frank D. Pinckney. Pinckney led the SC National Guard through the tumultuous 1960’s, an era...
We Have A Story To Tell, Part 1 | Carolina Stories
We Have A Story To Tell, Part 1 | Carolina Stories

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Produced by Mark Adams, this Carolina Stories documentary tells the story of the South Carolina Army National Guard, from its founding in 1670, to present day. The Guard’s history is long and rich...
SC Military Museum Overview | Let's Go!
SC Military Museum Overview | Let's Go!

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First established in Sumter county as the “National Guard Museum and State Weapons Collection”, the South Carolina Military Museum relocated to the capital city of Columbia to better serve its mission...
3D VR - SC Military Museum | Let's Go!
3D VR - SC Military Museum | Let's Go!

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First established in Sumter county as the “National Guard Museum and State Weapons Collection”, the South Carolina Military Museum relocated to the capital city of Columbia to better serve its mission...
SC Military Museum Photo Gallery | Let's Go!
SC Military Museum Photo Gallery | Let's Go!

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Included in this photo gallery are the following Type II Blakely Rifled Cannons from the S.S. Georgiana 2nd South Carolina Infantry Uniform - American Revolutionary War, 1776 Model 1842 "Palmetto"...