After reading the other reviews, I'd say they are somewhat accurate. Entrance to the base is easy; a map will be provided which you definitely will need. To put the other comments into perspective, this is a military base. It's commendable they make the museum, the annex, and the intelligence museum available to the public -- as well as the canyon areas for walking/birding. You're kind of on your own in the museums which did surprise my wife & I. We expected at least a reception person with an introduction that surely would have made the visit more enjoyable and worthwhile. I have other public relations ideas but that is beyond the scope of this review. Exhibits were fine, but not necessarily spectacular. If you're a museum person, you'll enjoy yourself; otherwise, the Army is not promoting itself and bringing the visitors' areas to life. They're there -- period. Maybe it's just part of the overall government attitude thing. And, the mission of the Army Public Affairs doesn't seem to speak to this either. Perhaps the mission of Army Public Affairs needs to be revisited. But, I'd say if you're going to open the base to civilians, you should be sure you're putting your best foot forward.
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