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Preserving Michigan's contribution

to the defense of democracy

The Michigan Military Technical & Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the stories of Michigan citizens who served and sacrificed, here and abroad, from WWI to the present. Our 11,000 square feet Museum exhibits the actual equipment, weapons, uniforms and other artifacts that bear witness to the high cost of freedom.

Hours & Admission
upcoming events

The Museum will be closed December 24 - Jan 1 (reopen Jan 7)

Saturday 10-5

Sunday 12-4

Other times by appointment

Ages 16 and over: $5.00
Families (2 adults & children under 16): $7.00
Seniors, Military & Students with ID: $3.00

If you have a research question for us? Email mimths@mimths.org

MIMTHS is a 501(c)(3)

Charitable Solicitation Registration #426554

2022-23 Lecture Sponsors


“Light Tank Sponsor”
Dave Corrie & Rita LaMoreaux
IPMS Warren
Amelia Lowe

George Matosh

Past Lectures and vehicle restoration updates are available on our YouTube Channel 

December 17, Wreaths Across America. WWII Reactors will lay the first wreath, Resurrection Cemetery, 18201 Clinton River Rd, Clinton Twp

January 20-21: Museumfest! War gaming at the museum.


January 22 at 2 p.m.: “To Strike at a King” a presentation by Michael Ranville. The case of Lt. Milo Radulovich
from Dexter, Mich., has been said to be the first blow at McCarthyism. This is an exclusive “story behind the
story.”

February 19 at 2 p.m.: Willow “Run and The Story of Rosie the Riveter” This “hour-plus” program highlights the history of the Willow Run B-24 Bomber plant, the inspiring story of Rosie, the Riveter and the involvement of the Yankee Air Museum with the National Veterans History Project.  Presented by a Rosie in period costume, you’ll laugh, cry, chant, cheer and feel good about the teamwork of America as we became the “Arsenal of Democracy” during World War II.


March 12 at 2 p.m.: “Dogfight over Tokyo” a presentation by John Wukovits. From an expert in the Pacific theater
of World War II comes the tragic story of the pilots who fought the last fight of the war during the first hour of peace

Proud member of 

 

 

Charter Member of the Macomb County Heritage Alliance

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This project is funded in part by Michigan Humanities, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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