When looking for a meaningful way to honor a family member or friend that served in the Military, please consider an Honor Wall Plaque.   Located in the center hallway of the WNC Military History Museum, four large panels containing these permanent tributes to our American heroes are the first exhibit visitors see when entering the museum.  

Three inch by six inch golden plaques are available for one hundred dollars and can be etched with up to forty five letters of your choice.  Four inch by eight inch golden plaques are also available for two hundred dollars and can be etched with up to fifty letters.  

All moneys collected by the sale of plaques are used to fund the Museum so support the cause and honor a hero with this glorious tribute.  

honor wall plaque fundraiser and tribute

21 E. Main St. Brevard, NC

"Camo Kids" class coming august  11th


(828) 884-2141


If you would like to make a tax deductible donation to our 501 c 3 organization, please make checks payable to the WNC Military History Museum and mail it to 21 E. Main St. Brevard, 28712.  You will receive a form for your records and a note of gratitude from the Board Members of the Museum.  Thank You!

​The purpose of this military museum is to provide an avenue for people to appreciate and honor the men and women who served so bravely in our Armed Forces.

Some examples of what the museum will feature include one-of-a kind artifacts, uniforms, weaponry, original newspapers, personal letters, etc. 
All of these special items and more weave the great and proud stories of World War I, World War II, Korea, The Cold War, Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan. 
They display and help us empathize with the wonder, but also the danger of our involvement in these wars, and the unique sacrifice of our military men and women! 

Mrs. Casciato, a former teacher and wife of Museum Curator Emmett Casciato, named this unique program CAMO to represent Caring, About Military Occupations, Observations, Oversight, and Obligations. This new program supports the museum's mission to EDUCATE, by enhancing children's understanding and appreciation of military stories, history, and culture.

An added bonus will be lectures outlining battles and their strategies, political aspects of wars, and an expert analysis of all facets of a West Point educational and military experience from a parent perspective. 

Love of country plus gratitude to those who served proudly equals the museum’s theme for all ages, both young and old.

Part 1 of the D-Day Commemoration lecture at the Museum. In this first video Ray Pegram, a radio operator on a C-47, tells of flying into battle with paratroopers, supplies, and dragging gliders.


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