The National Museum of Military Vehicles (NMMV) is pleased to announce two significant upcoming events.
On September 6, NMMV will host the High-Altitude Army National Guard Aviation Training Site (HAATS). At 10:30 a.m., two Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawks and one CH-47 Chinook helicopter will land, providing an opportunity for the public to view these remarkable aircraft up close. Visitors can also engage with the crew, see the helicopters up close and gain insights into HAATS’ unique high-altitude training methods.
On September 7, the museum will welcome the Navy ‘83 Ride Across America. This cross-country cycling event, organized by members of the Naval Academy class of ‘83 alumni, spans 3,423 miles and aims to raise awareness and funds for veteran nonprofit organizations. This visit coincides with the riders’ only full day of rest during their journey.
These events provide unique educational and interactive experiences for the community. Organizers invite everyone to join on September 6 to view the HAATS helicopters and on September 7 to support the Navy ‘83 Ride Across America cyclists.
The National Museum of Military Vehicles will remain open every day throughout the month of September, including Labor Day.