Somewhat gloomy weather; perfect for indoor activities!
M103 Heavy Tank - a Cold War tank never used in actual combat; hence the name "Cold War" :)
Front entrance to the museum itself. This is the side of the museum you can see as you head southbound on I-5.
The museum and fort's namesake and his trusty Newfoundland dog, Seaman, meeting with a native Salish.
Tail of the Scorpion WW2 Malaya game using Combat.
M55 Howitzer; another Cold Warrior, as well as a Vietnam War vet. It had a 10 mile range!
Modern armor on the north side of the museum - including a Sheridan next to the M60. Back in the 80's I served with the 3-73rd Armor, 82nd Airborne Div, which had air droppable Sheridans. It was known as the "Only Airborne Armor in the Free World" - this appropriate as the Soviets had a bunch of them.