Global War on Terror: The Louisiana National Guard and the 21st Century Warfight - on exhibit now at the Jackson Barracks Museum. This exhibit captures both the war overseas and the impacts on the home front by integrating patron-immersed experiences such as touch screen maps, a mini theater and interactive oral history booths where LANG Soldiers and Airmen recollect on their participation during the past 15 years.
Located on Camp Beauregard, Pineville, LA the museum pays tribute to service members and civilians of Central Louisiana, with a special focus on the 1940 and ’41 Maneuvers and a brand new exhibit celebrating the 100th anniversary of Camp Beauregard.
Opening in November at both the Camp Beauregard and Jackson Barracks Museums - new permanent exhibits commemorating the 100 year anniversary of the U.S. entry into the First World War. These exhibits will feature Louisiana National Guard participation in the war and the important role of Camp Beauregard as a base of training the evolving American Army. Come see a rare Renault Tank, the first vehicles of the US Tank Corps, and learn about Louisiana's unique contribution to the War Effort.
Women have supported the military in Louisiana since 1718 and contributed significantly to the Louisiana National Guard since the 1950s. This exhibit highlights some of those contributions from medical and support roles to hurricane relief and combat