The WWII miniature museum is two rooms full of models and dioramas.  The dioramas convey the drama of selected battle scenes better than any photo.  The dioramas and models are built by expert craftsmen and model makers.  

The museum is under the leadership of Bob Perricelli and John Cervini.  Both are members of the Association of Old Crows (AOC).  Their friends has contributed dozens of ship models and amazing battle scenes.

Below are just a few views of the WWII Miniature Museum.

Main Room of the WWII Miniatures and Models Museum – May 2017

The Battle of the Bulge diorama – May 2017

Famous D-Day Church at Sainte-Mère-Église with U.S. paratrooper John M. Steele caught on steeple.

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