Published on : Friday, November 8, 2013
Boeing, as part of its continuing partnership with the National Museum of the United States Army, has launched the online Soldiers’ Stories video gallery, which features male and female veterans describing their experiences in service.
The videos can be found on the Army Historical Foundation’s website and on Boeing’s Tribute Page.
In addition to honoring these stories of courage, commitment and sacrifice, the videos also help raise awareness for the museum, which is scheduled to open in 2017 at Fort Belvoir in northern Virginia.
Boeing will sponsor the museum’s central gallery, which also will be called the Soldiers’ Stories Gallery.
Actor Joe Mantegna, spokesperson for the campaign to build the museum, narrates the videos. Mantegna’s uncle, World War II veteran William Novelli, is one of the video storytellers.