(June 6, 2006)—The 4th Infantry Division hosts a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday for a renovated gallery inside the 4th ID museum that tells the story of the division during World War I and World War II.
The gallery shows the history of the division from its creation in 1917 through the end of World War II
“The gallery offers a chance for our active duty Soldiers to see the accomplishments of the veterans of this division who have preceded them,” said curator Ceilia Statton.
“It serves to inspire our current soldiers with the knowledge that soldiers, just like themselves, accomplished great things in perilous times.”
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