GPMM Board Member Pete Minix story featured on a blog post from one of the museum’s visitors


The enormous labor to document the story of hundreds of WW2 and Korean War veterans, undertaken by GPMM board member Pete Minix, featured in this blog post (external link, opens in a new window)

Feel free to contact Mr. Minix – more information here

Gen. Patton Museum Welcomes its first PFC Sponsor under the new Sponsorship Program

major billOn Wednesday March 26, 2014, a 10 year old boy named Tejas Pulavarti, walked into the General Patton Memorial Mueseum with his parents, Mr. Srini ad Mrs. Manju Pulavarti and asked to speak to the manager. Young Tejas shared with the manager on duty that after visiting the General Patton Memorial Museum website and reading about the new sponsorship program he wanted to donate $200.00 and become a Private First Class sponsor of the Museum:  Tejas and his family traveled all the way from Los Angeles so he could personally deliver his sponsorship donation. Tejas is a remarkable young man, a bright and well mannered student at the UCLA LAB in Los Angeles and very interested in history.

Tejas and his parents toured the entire museum inside and out. He was excited to learn he was the first Private First Class sponsor and that his donation will be used to maintain existing exhibits and help fund new projects in the future.

The General Patton Memorial Museum could not have found a better friend on whom to bestow this honor. Welcome Tejas Pulavarti, the very first Private First Class Sponsor of the General Patton Memorial Museum!

Sharing our Story with Today’s Youth


Students Visit the General Patton Memorial Musem throughtout the school year. Each child walking away with a new appreciation for our countries history Enjoy the thank you letters below from this class visit.

Korean War 60th Anniversary Commemorative Book

korean photoThe General Patton Memorial Museum is honored to be a distribution point for the 60th Anniversary Commemorative Book, entitled KOREA REBORN, A GRATEFUL NATION HONORS WAR VETERANS FOR 60 YEARS OF GROWTH.

This commemorative book is given FREE to all Korean War veterans who visit the General Patton Memorial Museum. The Korean War and those who served in it must not be forgotten.