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Supplemental Material:  Teachers who are sharing lessons that deal with diversity and the role of blacks in the military should click here to download a wonderful document written in 1990 by the Department of Defense and endorsed/approved by General Colin Powell. This detailed document offers great information for all ages on the role of African Americans in all branches of the Armed Forces. It features stories of individuals, units, a calendar of "firsts," achievements in all American conflicts as well as facts, figures, charts and other information. "Must" reading for all history classes!

Note:  AVI officials are working to tie lesson plans to the state standards in all states in which the books are used.

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One of the goals of the American Veterans Institute is to establish a virtual facility for the American Veterans Hall of Honor and the American Veterans Research Library AND a physical facility for the two AVI projects. Stay tuned because the virtual facility is coming soon --- AND through our partnership with the World War II Victory Museum in Auburn, IN, we are working to establish the physical facility as well!

AVI is working with the Victory Museum, to develop and implement plans for the National Military History Center (NMHC). The NMHC will contain not only the popular World War II Victory Museum, but also museums that preserve America’s military history from the Revolutionary War to the present. AVI is proud to announce that we are developing plans to house the American Veterans Hall of Honor and American Veterans Research Library at the Indiana facility, as well.

To download information about the American Veterans Hall of Honor and Research Library, click here. 

To download a strategic plan for the National Military History Center, click here.

To sponsor the virtual or physical facility, please write for additional information to: [email protected].


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