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Armed Forces History Museum

Armed Forces Military Museum. On the north side of Hwy 688/Ulmerton Rd between Belcher and Starkey Rds. Turn north at the Citgo station onto 34th Way and drive to the cul-de-sac.
Jan. 2017: Closed

Saddam Hussein's Favorite Candy Bar.

Saddam Hussein's Favorite Candy Bar

The Armed Forces Military Museum, chock full of war exhibits, displays some choice Saddam Hussein items. The AFHM ceased operations on January 29, 2017. Report... [09/28/2009]

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Saddam Hussein's Uniform

The Armed Forces Military Museum has a number of "immersive" exhibits, such as a replica World War I trench. It also exhibits the complete Japanese attack fleet collection of large model ships of that were used in the movie Tora, Tora, Tora!

But by far its most prized possession is a full service uniform of Saddam Hussein, the only known one in the United States.

[ Team, 11/25/2008]

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