The year 2021 saw two new exhibits. One focused on the Battle of Glorieta Pass using an interactive touchscreen display. Our second new display showcases artworks created by, about, and for veterans. In 2022 we are hoping to give you an exhibit that focuses on NMNG's Hall of Honor as well as supplement our art exhibit. We need funding to complete our proposed WWII exhibit. If you are interested in donating or becoming an exhibit sponsor, CONTACT US.
HALL OF HONOR
Each year the New Mexico National Guard Hall of Honor Selection Board picks three New Mexico National Guard Soldiers and Airmen to be inducted into the New Mexico National Guard Military Hall of Honor from the many nominees submitted across the country.
An interactive touch-screen display is used to showcase each year's recipients. Updated at the end of each award season. To learn more about this process visit our Hall of Honor page.
NEW MEXICO'S CIVIL WAR
Track the stages and journey of the Battle of Glorieta Pass through an interactive touch-screen display. Learn the key players, events, and locations leading up to, and involved with, the battle.
ART! OF WAR
Art! of War will showcase revolving artworks from veteran and non-veteran artists that showcase military experiences, history, and life — both as abstract and realistic interpretations.
This installation, Portraits of Palawan, focuses on a veteran artist, and Bataan POW survivor, Don Thomas Schloat and features 2-D artworks and a sculpture.
The New Mexico Military Museum has an outdoor transport yard located near the back of the museum. This display has items used by the New Mexico National Guard during the last 100 years.
Our New Mexico Military Museum’s Meditation Garden is dedicated to units from New Mexico that have been mobilized in Federal Service of our Nation.