Laura Ingraham To Feature Dubois’ National Museum Of Military Vehicles On Wednesday

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Fox Nation’s Laura Ingraham will visit with Dan Starks, Founder of the National Museum of Military Vehicles in Dubois, Wyoming on Wednesday’s episode of “Hidden Gems.”

Starks and Ingraham will discuss the history and mission of the Museum. “It is one of the most incredible museums I have ever seen,” Ingraham said.

 Appearing on the Jesse Waters program Tuesday evening, Ingraham promoted her upcoming special by calling the segment “an amazing story of a man who spent $120 million to build a military museum in the middle of nowhere, Wyoming that is one of the most incredible museums I’ve ever seen.”

The National Museum of Military Vehicles is a world-class military history museum which opened southeast of Dubois, WY, in August 2020.

Inside the 140,000 sq. foot Museum, visitors will find nearly 500 fully restored military vehicles, artillery pieces, naval vessels and aircraft dating from 1897 to the present with a current emphasis on the American experience in World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.

The focus of the museum is to tell the stories of how these vehicles were used and to remember the valor of service members who fought, and sometimes died, in them.

The museum also houses a large, historically significant, firearms collection and had its grand opening this past May.

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