Permanent and periodic displays fill this area of the RCHS museum. Whether celebrating the 100th anniversary of WWII, Veteran’s Day, General Bradley’s birthday, or more there are many interesting items related to military history. Ranging from a tree with an imbedded cannon-ball from the Civil War, a WWI “doughboy” statue, to pictures of local Korean War vets you will be pleased with the way we celebrate our soldiers.
A permanent portion of the military display contains pictures, letters and awards to Randolph County native son, Omar Bradley. From his elementary school and playing baseball days to his tenure with the Joint Chiefs, Veteran’s Administration and Bulova Watch Company you will learn more and continue to be amazed by the“G.I. Joe’s General.”