Veterans United Military Memorial Museum, Inc.
The museum travels in two trailors which are towed behind vehicles of our volunteer staff.
The Veterans United Military Memorial Museum, Inc. offers its display to organizations such as schools, hospitals, veteran's homes, churches, fire companies, senior citizen homes and military installations free of charge.
The collections include memorabilia ranging from World War One through Vietnam. The display includes patches, uniforms, weapons, radios, medical gear and culturally related items
We were incorporated in 1984 by the state and received our 501c3 status from the IRS in 1985. We are listed on the PUB 78, which is a list of all tax exempt organizations from the IRS. Frank was the president until his death in 1998, since then Jim Comis has been president of the Museum.
In 2017 the museum added a permanent home at 5576 Route 9 Tuckerton, NJ. This allows visitors to see the museum at a fixed location as well as the traveling exhibits.
Interested in Volunteering?
Please speak with Jim Comis today!
The museum was the brainchild of Lincoln Mott, George Mott and Frank Place