Press Releases

November 4, 2019

Dennis G. Brant appointed Chief Executive Officer of the National Museum of Americans in Wartime.

The Board of Trustees of the National Museum of Americans in Wartime (NMAW) has named Dennis G. Brant to serve as its Chief Executive Officer. His appointment is effective November 4th, 2019.

Dennis’ experience as a consultant for the Medal of Honor Museum Foundation, Brant Sports Group and as Director of Development and Sponsorship for the Military Bowl as well as his fundraising expertise makes him a valuable addition to the museums executive team.

In 1997, Dennis founded World Travel Management, LLC. which specializing in providing corporate, nonprofit and government travel.  He served as the companies president and CEO until 2011.

Founded in 2008, the National Museum of Americans in Wartime is a not-for-profit cultural and educational institution dedicated to honoring those who have served in all branches of the United States military and on the home front, from World War I to the present. The Museum serves to educate the public, especially young people, by telling individual stories of personal experience, realities of war, and sacrifices made by Americans striving to preserve our freedoms. The Museum inspires visitors by enabling them to experience military vehicles, explore artifacts, and participate in reenactments and special programs in a dynamic, interactive environment.

The National Museum of Americans in Wartime will be located on nearly 70 acres in Prince William County, Virginia, just 22 miles south of Washington, D.C. The property for the museum was donated by the Hylton Family Foundation.

For more information, visit www.NMAW.org

 

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February 12, 2019

Statement from Allan D. Cors, Founding Chairman 

National Museum of Americans in Wartime 

In honor of John D. Jenkins

John D. Jenkins personified the best in American citizenry and patriotism.

He proudly served his country as an Army Lieutenant Colonel during two tours of duty in Vietnam. He then dedicated his life to public service and was a role model for all.

Supervisor Jenkins was a passionate advocate for the creation of the National Museum of Americans in Wartime and enthusiastically supported our vision for this unique educational experience in Dale City, Virginia. Museum leadership and volunteers were privileged to join with others in honoring both John and Ernestine at the Leadership Prince William Evening of Excellence award dinner last June, where Prince William County’s next generation of leaders were inspired by the clear recognition of his extraordinary contributions to his community and country.

Truly, John will be missed, but the impact of his remarkably well lived life will be with us for the generations to come. Thank you, John.

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