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HELP FUND THE FIRST MUSEUM DEDICATED TO EOD

The EOD HERITAGE MUSEUM is holding a fund drive. The only museum dedicated to EOD  is getting underway in Niceville, FL. Donations of equipment and ordnance items will be accepted at a later date. However, construction and site preparation are proceeding at this time. A GoFundMe page has been set up to help speed things along. Click here to read the story with the GoFundMe link.

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