Poolaw Building

The National Museum of Military Vehicles has opened the Poolaw Building, the newest facility on its large campus southeast of Dubois, Wyo.

The building is named after First Lieutenant Pascal C. Poolaw Sr., who served with the United States Army in World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. He is the United States' most decorated American Indian, with 42 medals and citations, including four Silver Stars, five Bronze Stars, as well as three Purple Hearts – one for each war.

Inside, guests will find an Assembly Room with high-tech audio and video and seating for up to 599, large enough for most conferences, conventions, meetings or major events. Also inside will be The Canteen, a food court for guests, a commercial kitchen and administrative offices.

New displays include the Karl Smith collection, a world-class, extensive review of U.S. bayonets, muskets and swords.

The Canteen

The Canteen is open Wednesday - Sunday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Guests can enjoy coffee, lunch and/or desert in our new food court area.

The Canteen
The Canteen, National Museum of Military Vehicles

Pascal Poolaw

The National Museum of Military Vehicles
Pascal Poolaw

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