Wartime vehicles go on display at SC Public Museum
By Jacqueline Quynh, Multimedia Journalist - email
Military vehicle on display at Sioux City Public Museum.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -
A new Sioux City Public Museum exhibit celebrates the history of war time vehicles. The exhibit opened up in conjunction with the anniversary of the attacks on Pearl Harbor.
The museum's director, says it's aimed at raising awareness about overseas conflicts that American military members have been a part of since World War II.
Along with vehicles, the exhibit also features combat weapons, uniforms, and other military equipment.
"I think what you see, you see pieces that were used in Korean era, World War II, and Vietnam era too and most people unless they were in the service would never see these vehicles," Steve Hansen, Sioux City Public Museum Director said.
The exhibit will be on display at the Sioux City Public Museum through March.
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