GMMM Military Vehicle Show and Autos of the War Era Car Show
Date: June 28, 2020
This is an “invitation” Concours. We are encouraging military vehicle enthusiasts to apply to show your vehicle at our inaugural event which is on the 6 acre shaded grounds of the museum. Link to:
Military Vehicle Show Flyer: 2020-GMMM-Military-Vehicle-Concourse-Flyer
Please complete an application for each vehicle you would like to enter in the show.
Vehicle Application: 2020-GMMM-Councours Registration Application
Vendors of military memorabilia are also encouraged to request a space to sell your military wares.
On Monday, October 14, 2019, the museum welcomed a new exhibit: a 1/4 scale SE5a, World War I aeroplane.
On Saturday, October 12, 2019, the museum held a dedication ceremony to honor a new exhibit: a giant scale model of the USS Dorado (SS-248) submarine, one of two U.S. Navy submarines lost in the Atlantic Ocean during World War II.
On Friday, July 5, 2019 was the Greater Middletown Military Museum 12th Annual Norm Way Memorial Baseball Game.
Please click this link for the information: https://gmvmm.files.wordpress.com/2019/06/2019-norm-way.pdf
On Saturday, April 13, 2019, was the Official Grand Opening for the Greater Middletown Military Museum. There was a Ribbon Cutting and Open House at 2:00pm and a Dinner at 6:00pm.
On Veteran’s Day, 2018, an open house was held to preview the newly built Greater Middletown Military Museum. The museum collections had been delivered from the Remington Rand storage facility and other scattered locations and now were finally housed in a single location at its new home on 200 Walnut Grove Road, Middletown, CT 06457.
The SGU National Monument (Secret Guerilla Unit) was delivered and assembled on site (a Huey helicopter owned by the U.S. Air Force and on loan to SGU National Monument CT Foundation). The monument was ceremoniously dedicated also on Veteran’s Day, 2018. This helicopter flew combat missions in Laos by the CIA and Laotion allies during the Vietnam war.
On June 20th 2017 a ground-breaking ceremony was held for the Greater Middletown Military Museum. In attendance were State and Local government officials, representatives from Veteran’s organizations, Museum Board of Directors and Members as well as Westfield Fire Department Members and the Public.