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Mission Statement

To tell the story of the Texas Military Forces from 1823 through the present and into the future, support the mission of the Texas Military Department, honor our veterans, educated our fellow citizens, promote esprit d'corps among the men and women of the Texas Military Forces, and inspire our youth to serve.


We are the museum for the forces of the State of Texas, which after 1903 is the Texas National Guard. We are located on Camp Mabry, the headquarters of the Texas National Guard and Texas Military Department. Our 46,000 sq foot musuem tell the story of the military forces of Texas from 1823 to the present day.


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Would you recommend Texas Military Forces Museum?

by Jennifer K. from Fort Worth, TX (November 1, 2016)
I was interested in this organizaton due to my background in history and being a Veteran. They were quick to respond to my inquiry and was brought on to volunteer within two weeks of inquiry. I was given clear guidance on my first project which I completed in two weeks. But never received a response, even after a follow-up email a week thereafter. Although I brought up the issue with staff leadership, and they responded to my complaint, but ultimately I chose not to continue with the organization.