This is a very good military museum. I wish I had more time to see the film. I especially enjoyed the Rough Riders and the Bataan March explanations and artifacts.
The museum begins with information about New Mexico soldiers in the Civil War and ends with current soldiers. There is a memorial room, the film and lots of artifacts. Plan time to read, there are lots of interesting stories.
The museum is free. If I lived close, I'd probably try to cover parts of the museum in several different visits because there are so many interesting things to read and view.
The only reason I rated this very good instead of excellent is because some of the material was hard to read because of the quality or because it is placed too low to the floor requiring a visitor to squat down to read. I'm assuming a lot people are not going to want to do that. Otherwise it is an excellent museum.
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