The Camp Gordon Johnston WWII Museum is in the midst of an exciting and critical capital project that will allow us to better tell the story of our heroic service men and women. We will do this by increasing the capacity of the museum, adding exhibit space, enhancing the library and archives, and expanding collections and conservation space. When completed, the museum will be positioned as a leading resource on the history, values, and lasting significance of World War II, prepared to educate audiences for generations to come. These illustrations provide a glimpse into the powerful plans for the Camp Gordon Johnston WWII Museum expansion and with your assistance this new facility can become a reality. Stage one of our capital growth is a facility to house the museum’s many WWII artifacts, memorabilia and personal items of the soldiers who trained for the Normandy invasion and the Pacific Theater. This new facility will also allow additional new displays to honor the veterans of the Korean Theater, Vietnam War and Gulf Wars I & II.
Donations can be mailed to:
Camp Gordon Johnston WWII Museum
PO Box 1334
Carrabelle FL 32322