AFP Museum opens its doors to public
MANILA, Philippines – The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Museum opened its doors to the public, inviting visitors to embark on a journey through military history.
The military museum located at Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City is open for walk-through every Monday to Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Philippine Information Agency said on Friday.
The AFP Museum exhibits a Wall of Heroes, wherein photographs of Medal of Valor recipients are displayed.
The General Arturo Enrile building is a two-story establishment, with the lower level portrays military development through various eras, while the upper level is dedicated to the Philippine Army, Philippine Navy, and Philippine Air Force displays.
The museum also has a Kagitingan Park, which houses decommissioned military vehicles and weapons.
The AFP Museum was founded in 1996. Niña Cuasay, INQUIRER.net trainee
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