Have you heard about the 6888th?  They were an extraordinary group of women who served during WWII.  They were led by Major Charity Adams. Learn more about them at our new exhibit honoring their service at the Army Women’s Museum, Fort Gregg-Adams, Virginia. 

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Join us at the Army Women’s Museum, Fort Gregg-Adams, Virginia and learn more about the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion. 

The AWM Live Studio sponsored by FAWMA and through support of a Cameron Foundation grant was chosen as a 2022-2023 Pinnacle Award winner for their “Programs of Distinction” determined by exceptional educational value and actively engaging learners.  Congratulations to Micaela and the AWM staff on this achievement.  Well done! 

Public gallery hours Tuesday – Fridays 9:00am-4:30pm

The museum is currently open

Military Training & Support Monday – Friday 0800-1630 

Fort Gregg-Adams entrance requirements are subject to change. For the most up to date information on installation access, contact the Dukes Visitor Control Center at 804-734-5053, or reference the Fort Lee Visitor Information website.


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