General George Patton Museum – Fort Knox Kentucky – Meade County

General George Patton Museum – Fort Knox Kentucky – Meade County Local

The General George Patton Museum of Leadership is a museum in Fort Knox, Kentucky, dedicated to the memory of General George S. Patton, Jr., and his role as a leader from World War I to the present day. For More information click the link below are excited that you’re here and planning a visit to our one-of-a-kind museum in Fort Knox. Here, you will experience the fascinating and inspiring history of one of America’s most successful and unconventional military leaders, General George S. Patton, Jr. General Patton exemplified the uncompromising determination of a born leader. He was relentless in the pursuit of victory from his command of the 1st Provisional Tank Brigade in World War I to his legendary career in the Mediterranean and European Theaters of World War II. Patton’s name was revered by his comrades and struck terror at the hearts of his enemies.In our exhibit halls, not only will you discover stories from Patton’s prolific military career, but you’ll also find an exclusive collection of artifacts spanning all the way back to his childhood in California and his participation in the 1912 Olympic Games in Stockholm, Sweden.  Our ROTC Hall, honoring students at the beginning of their military careers, and our 21st Century exhibits, including an actual fire truck damaged at the Pentagon during the attacks on 9/11, showcase just some of the ways that Patton’s legacy of leadership continues to motivate and inspire Americans to this day.  We invite you to explore the captivating history of an American hero and encourage you to develop your own sense of leadership, both professional and personal. We hope that the legacy of General Patton will inspire you to discover and cultivate the leader within yourself.  The General George Patton Museum and Center for Leadership is supported by the Patton Museum Foundation, a charitable 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.  The Patton Museum belongs to the American people and we rely on you, our community of supporters, to ensure that the Museum experience remains top notch and relevant to the next generation of leaders.

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