2ID Museum

2ID/RUCD Museum, Camp Red Cloud, Korea The 2nd Infantry Division/ROK-U.S. Combined Division Museum displays authentic artifacts, historical photos, and division history from its formation during WWI, through today's Warriors guarding Freedom's Frontier.

Operating Hours

Monday - Saturday 09:00 - 16:30

Location

Camp Red Cloud, Building S-907 by the Village Green(Parade Field)

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Two U.S. tanks are located at the Museum entrance. The M-26 Pershing is on the left, and the M-60A3 Main Battle Tank is on the far right.
Two U.S. tanks are located at the Museum entrance. The M-26 Pershing is on the left, and the M-60A3 Main Battle Tank is on the far right.
The Medal of Honor Monument is in the Museum’s Medal of Honor Courtyard. Plaques list the names of all 40 of the 2ID/RUCD Medal of Honor recipients.
The Medal of Honor Monument is in the Museum’s Medal of Honor Courtyard. Plaques list the names of all 40 of the 2ID/RUCD Medal of Honor recipients.
Two Soviet-style North Korean vehicles are on display at the Museum: An amphibious BTR 50 Armored Personnel Carrier is on the left, and a T-54 Medium Tank is on the far right.
Two Soviet-style North Korean vehicles are on display at the Museum: An amphibious BTR 50 Armored Personnel Carrier is on the left, and a T-54 Medium Tank is on the far right.
SFC William S. Sitman Medal of Honor Recipient (Posthumous) was recognized for his actions on 14 February 1951 in the Battle of Chipyong-ni (Korean War)
SFC William S. Sitman
Medal of Honor Recipient (Posthumous) was recognized for his actions on 14 February 1951 in the Battle of Chipyong-ni (Korean War)
Chinese Communist Forces’ (CCF) bugle and drum was used at the Battle of Chipyong-ni.
Chinese Communist Forces’ (CCF) bugle and drum was used at the Battle of Chipyong-ni. 13-15 February 1951 (Korean War).
World War II Diorama: Liberating the City of Brest, After 39 days of fierce fighting, the Indianhead Division liberated the City of Brest on 18 September 1944.
World War II Diorama: Liberating the City of Brest After 39 days of fierce fighting, the Indianhead Division liberated the City of Brest on 18 September 1944.

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Contact the Museum at usarmy.humphreys.2-id.list.web-history@mail.mil

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