Miami Miltary Museum and Memorial

LAST UPDATED: November 12, 2016
Arts, Culture & Humanities
The Military Museum of South Florida is dedicated to saving and interpreting the rich military heritage of South Florida. We honor military service, sacrifice, and accomplishments, and their importance to the community, Florida, and the nation. We present the history of WWII in south Florida, and likewise the heroic clandestine military activities of the Cuban Exile community of anti-Castro freedom fighters during the Cold War. We examine Vietnam, Desert Storm, Iraq and Afghanistan today, with our focus on Florida and especially Miami-Dade County. We are housed, appropriately, in the last remaining structure of our WWII Naval Air Station Richmond (Richmond Heights south of Miami). We are located on the grounds of Zoo Miami, immediately next to the Goldcoast Railroad Museum.
at Zoo Miami Center, 12460 SW 152 St
C/o 1825 Ponce de Leon Blvd, Box 367
Coral Gables, FL 33134-4418

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Programs

BOARD

President
Brigade 2506 Association
VP
Former FLA State Veterans Commissioner
Board Member
Capt., Army (Ret), Purple Heart Recepient
Member and Chaplain
Jason Rose
Board Member
UM Medical Services
Member/Agent
LCDR, USNR, JAG Corps

STAFF

Anthony D. Atwood, Ph.D. (CWO3, USN (Ret)
Executive Director
Charles Rego (Ensign, USNR)
Graduate Assistant
Jim Ness, Army Veteran
Superintendent
Gus Stormont, Army Veteran
Groundskeeper

Financials

This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.

ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET
$100,000

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