Welcome to the Memorial Room at the Museum.
Countless numbers of Americans have lost their lives protecting the freedoms and comforts we have at home. Providing a place for public recognition of the sacrifices made by Miami Valley veterans is an important responsibility. The Museum is honored to be part of that recognition.
A display case containing medals, letters of honor and a highway Dedication all for PFC Jeffrey L. Rice who was killed in action July 19th 2012 in Kandahar, Afghanistan on his 2nd tour of duty. Jeffrey was a native of Troy he graduated in 2007 from Troy High School and UVCC. He entered active duty service in October 2008 as a member of the 20th Engineer Battalion, 36th Engineer Brigade. He fought in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan as a Combat Engineer who searched for improvised explosive devices. You may leave the family a message or just sign in letting the family know how much we appreciate Jeffrey’s service for our country.
Closer image of items in display case for Jeffrey. His patches, plaques and a letter of honor for His service .
World Trade Center display along with steel from one of the Tower’s. It was constructed by Hobart Welding.
September 11, 2001 memorial plaque.