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Could It Be?

By Greg L | 9 April 2010 | Local Economy, Prince William County | 18 Comments

Chairman Corey Stewart sent out a press release today saying a big announcement will be made on April 13th that involves a new museum locating in the county.  The press release also mentions “tanks, half tracks, jeeps and other pieces of historic wartime equipment on display.” Not many national museums feature armored vehicles and might have an interest in Prince William County, so I wouldn’t be surprised if this is the museum:

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  1. Casanova Frankenstein said on 9 Apr 2010 at 11:35 am:
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    I love the flame thrower in the video. That should be used in certain parts of PWC for economic renewal projects…

  2. a_voice said on 9 Apr 2010 at 11:45 am:
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    They have listed that they will be opening in Nov 2012 near manassas, list a university Boulevard address and have an open house scheduled w/ demonstrations for Aug 21-22. I think you nailed this one!

  3. Big Dog said on 9 Apr 2010 at 5:14 pm:
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    Think your intel is right on this one.
    This should be a great tourist draw.

  4. George S. Harris said on 9 Apr 2010 at 5:31 pm:
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    Is this a joke? Perhaps the best military museum in the country is already here. Duh!

  5. Greg L said on 9 Apr 2010 at 7:45 pm:
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    In many ways you are correct. The Marine Corps Museum is spectacular and is among the best military museums in the world.

    The National Museum of Americans at War takes a very different and highly complementary approach by making available a unique hands-on experience for visitors. Looking at a static display helps connect you to history, but actually getting behind the “wheel” (so to speak) of an armored vehicle and driving it around or sitting in the gunner’s seat and traversing the turret during vehicle movement opens up a whole other dimension to the visitor’s opportunity to connect. That really places you “in the moment” of a warfighter in a way a static display can’t accomplish. You walk away from that sort of experience with a very intimate relationship to the subject matter that can’t be found elsewhere.

    As an Army veteran in the combat arms, it’s hard to explain to folks what it was like to ride in the back of an M-113 during a movement. They can look at an M-113 and get an idea of what the environment was like, but getting jostled around inside of that big metal box as I was for even a moment makes it a heck of a lot easier for them to understand what I’m talking about. They can connect their brief experience with mine much easier, and when I talk about cramped conditions, getting beaten up by bumps and jolts, the difficulty of seeing what’s happening outside the vehicle while closed up inside it, or what it might be like to fire on targets while inside it, they’ll understand it a lot better having been there for even a brief moment.

    If I’m “on target” with what this is about, we’re soon going to have an incredible resource that isn’t going to eclipse the Marine Corps museum, but will extend the opportunity for folks to learn and understand in an incredibly cool way. It’ll cement the county’s place as a destination for learning and discovery about our military history and heritage, and make this special place even more special.

    I am hugely pumped about this, as many can tell. Once they have the chance to experience this, they will be as well, and they’ll tell their friends and family, and that’s going to spread. This will be a great boost for the county, and these days we can use all those we can get.

  6. Anonymous said on 9 Apr 2010 at 10:26 pm:
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    Greg, what’s the mystery? It’s already been publicized as an announcement about the National Museum of Americans in Wartime.

  7. Greg L said on 9 Apr 2010 at 10:44 pm:
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    When I got the press release they weren’t saying who this was about. I had to put the pieces together myself.

    I guess I ended up scooping everyone, for what that’s worth (not much). I still like getting the confirmation that once again, I had the correct information out to the public before the mainstream media did.

  8. Ray Williams said on 10 Apr 2010 at 3:55 pm:
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    I find it highly offensive that Prince William County will showcase machines of war and destruction that are best suited for the scrap heap. Republicans like Stewart like to showcase acts of war so they can somehow appear tougher than Democrats like me. I am also concerned that the war machines will tear up sensitive habitat where some endangered species may exist. I do not understand why we need a museum like this that lacks character. We need to move away from honoring war and do more to address social justice, peace and economic stability that President Obama is bringing to us in a noble manner.

  9. Anonymous said on 10 Apr 2010 at 4:44 pm:
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    “The Prince William Board of County Supervisors and the
    National Museum of Americans in Wartime invite you to join
    us for a special annoucement at Noon on Tuesday, April 13, 2010

    Tne Board of County Supervisors and the Museum’s Board of Trustees
    will announce a significant milestone for this one-of-a-kind,
    world-class museum.”

    From a recent invitation sent to area leaders.

    Looking forward to learning more about this project.

  10. chicko said on 10 Apr 2010 at 5:13 pm:
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    ray man what got your panties in a twist?

    these “machines of war” are what gave you the right to speak your left-wing crud. So you should be thankful!

    obama is not the messiah you had hoped, in fact he’s bankrupting this country for our children which a extremely sad.

    hey, why not join the coffee party organized by that muppet-looking fool annabel park and her illegal immigrant loving cronies?

  11. Greg L said on 10 Apr 2010 at 5:14 pm:
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    Ray, you just go out there and be highly offended. Relish in that. Be upset that people actually celebrate the sacrifice and hardship it took to guarantee a worthless piece of trash like you the right to denigrate their memory and crap all over what people did to allow you the freedom you so desperately wish to exercise.

    Were it not for people better than you, who didn’t hesitate to pick p a rifle when the call went out to protect all of us in America, those we might love and those we might not, you would live in a totalitarian society and have no freedom whatsoever. I celebrate that sacrifice. I celebrate that courage and honor that makes your sorry and meaningless existence more comfortable and rewarding.

    If you really care about the issue of honoring that sacrifice, I would suggest you move to somewhere like Sweden. It’s a very nice place, with absolutely wonderful people. They don’t “honor war”, have generous social programs, and 70% of your earning will be seized by the state. France is a good pick, that’s not far behind. Greece is even better. They’re all wonderful places. They call to you.

    But leave us in peace, and may your chains of servitude rest lightly upon you. I will purge from my memory that once you were a countryman of mine who chose servitude over freedom, and unworthy of the sacrifice better men than you made in the past that allowed you such a choice.

  12. Freedom said on 10 Apr 2010 at 5:25 pm:
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    Ray Williams, go take a rest!! We know your opinion and We’ve heard enough from your type already; the rest of us LOVE America and what these weapons have meant to the rest of the world.

    Ray, can you imagine what our world would be like if we hadn’t had these tools (and the men who used them) to protect us?

  13. BattleCat said on 10 Apr 2010 at 5:34 pm:
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    Ray W.

    It has become clear that consuming your own feces has caused permanent damage to your brain. I suggest a different diet. No charge for that.

  14. Freedom said on 10 Apr 2010 at 5:50 pm:
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    Ray Williams, we’re both very lucky that you aren’t within arm’s reach!! :(

  15. Kevin C said on 11 Apr 2010 at 4:03 am:
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    Ray Williams said on 10 Apr 2010 at 3:55 pm: “…economic stability that President Obama is bringing to us in a noble manner.”

    I think you’re all missing Ray’s SARCASM !!!

    His post is a JOKE !!!

    If it wasn’t, he wouldn’t have ended it with such a FUNNY punch line !!!

    Seriously, LOOK at it !!!

    “Economic stability,” Obama and “noble” in the same sentence ???

    C’mon now, THAT’S funny !!!

    Good one Ray !!!

    You’re a FREAKIN’ RIOT !!!

    Only an IDIOT, or a comedian, would say something SO STUPID !!!

    I bet if Joe Biden read it, he’d think it was F’n FUNNY !!!

    The same way he leaned over to the, oh so noble, Black Prez and said, thinking it could possibly be APPROPRIATE to address the leader of the free world with, “This is F’n big” while the, oh so NOBLE Black Prez SMILED and AGREED !!!

    Obama wouldn’t know NOBLE if it jumped up and bit him on the ass !!!

    You’re a FUNNY guy, Ray !!!

    Economic stability, Obama AND noble, THAT’S funny !!!!!

  16. Ray Williams said on 11 Apr 2010 at 8:36 pm:
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    We need to move beyond celebrating machines of death and grasp the harmony of our fellow human beings in need. Progressives believe that all you rich Republican people that have time to go to museums of mass destruction need to give more of your riches to the welfare of the common good. It is the common good people like the myriad of undocumented immigrants that have made Prince William County the place it is today. I find hope in the fact that as the radical tea party movement fades away to the wayside as predicted by MSNBC, CNN and The Washington Post, we will again have a clear template to remake America as a place of fairness and justice. The founders created something that stood, but it is now dated and in need of replacement. President Obama is not only remaking America, but he is forcing all of us to rethink our purpose. We don’t need nukes and in my mind the only security force we need is the Coast Guard. Quanitco Marine Base should be closed and merged with Merrimac Farm so that we can adore bluebells instead of bombs.

  17. Anonymous said on 11 Apr 2010 at 8:40 pm:
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    Okay, now do all of you realize that Ray Williams is a Conservative making fun of Liberals. Man, some people on this blog are really slow sometimes.

  18. Kevin C said on 13 Apr 2010 at 5:09 pm:
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    Anonymous said on 11 Apr 2010 at 8:40 pm: “Okay, now do all of you realize that Ray Williams is a Conservative making fun of Liberals. Man, some people on this blog are really slow sometimes.”

    I HOPE you were standing in front of a MIRROR when you came up with your last remark !!

    So far, the ONLY one being FOOLED by Williams is YOU !!!

    You don’t have to look far or hard to find the REAL Ray Williams !!!

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    What follows are excerpts from posts by raywilliams (I seriously doubt there are TWO) in the local rag:

    Posted by raywilliams on April 13, 2010 at 10:05 am

    “It is a shame we can’t be ‘Americans” but must label others as…tea party member (as in not sure if they’re Republican, conservative or just angry) or other negative identifier.”

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    Posted by raywilliams on April 11, 2010 at 9:43 am

    “But regardless, I was happy to learn I am no longer a liberal, but perhaps a Liberal.

    Which still leaves me flipping a coin on election day to decide if I vote for a Republican who wants to contribute my tax dollars on Big Business or a Democrat who wants to contribute my tax dollars to real people.”

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    Posted by raywilliams on April 13, 2010 at 2:37 pm

    “3. Bush took over in 2001 - STILL WITH A REPUBLICAN MAJORITY.

    4. If Bush wanted to ‘rein in the madness’ - all he had to do was say the word.

    5. Clearly Bush - and his Republican cohorts - didn’t want to ‘rein in the madness.”

    “…pray tell - what did Bush do from 2001 - when the ‘crisis was realized’ according to you and your Cheetos friend - until 2007 when the Democrats took over and IT WAS ALREADY TOO LATE BECAUSE THE HOUSING / BANKING CRISIS HAD BEGUN?

    Bush did nada, jack, nothing, zip, zero - and yet you caged birds continue to blame Clinton.


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    Anonymous, after reading these excerpts, if you still think Williams is a CONSERVATIVE then YOU are the only slow on on this blog !!!

    The ONLY one he is “making FUN of” is YOU !!!!!

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