Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles
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Enjoy photos of some of the military vehicles we have at the museum. We invite you to come to the museum to see all of these and more, up close and personal. Click into a photo to begin your journey through this photo album.

Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles

Airborne Scooter Cushman Model 53

German Army Schwimm-Wagen Type 166

Chevrolet G7117

M 110A2 8 inch Howitzer

GMC CCKW-353

German Army Kuebel-Wagen Type 82

Prototype Hellfire Missile Launcher

M-52 6x6 5-Ton Truck Tractor

Iraq war display

World War II bunk beds from McCook Air Base

Prototype XM 998 HMMWV, manufactured by General Dynamics

HMMWV, manufactured by AM General

M2 Halftrack - Desert, manufactured by White

WC 63  1.5 ton Weapons Carrier

M211  2.5 ton 6x6 Truck, manufactured by General Motors 1954

M211  2.5 ton 6x6 Truck, manufactured by General Motors 1954

5-ton Wrecker

M2 Bradley Fighting Vehicle, manufactured by FMC, 1979

M2 Bradley Fighting Vehicle and two M548 Cargo  Carriers

M60 Tank, M60 Tank with Dozer Blade, Sherman Tank

Sherman Tank

Two Huey Helicopters

Willys MB Jeep with slat grill

M7 Snow Tractor

M29 Studebaker Weasel

Mike Model Huey Helicopter

Ordnance and Helmets from various wars.

Gas Masks, Mine Detector, Navy WAVE uniform.

Hat pins and lapel pins of military units, weapons, and vehicles, available to purchase.

Saigon: Last Helicopter Out

Saigon: Last Helicopter Out

Saigon: Last Helicopter Out

Saigon: Last Helicopter Out

Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles - Dedicated to Those Who Served

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Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles
606 Heartland Road
Lexington, Nebraska 68850
308-324-6329

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