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“Grafenwoehr and the training area only make up 17 percent of the town’s history, but for the generation that lives here, it amounts to 100 percent,” said Olaf Meiler, historian and curator of the Grafenwoehr Cultural and Military Museum as he spoke to more than 75 attendees at the opening of the 100th Anniversary of the Grafenwoehr Training Area exhibit at the museum

After nearly a decade of war, America's military families continue to receive support from sundry sources of finance, entertainment and education -- including now a burgeoning network of more than 800 museums across the country.

The Army Museum of Hawaii, located in Fort DeRussy's Battery Randolph, in the heart of Waikiki, is a 19th century U.S. Army coastal defense gun battery that once served as a first line of defense against enemy attack on Oahu's southern shore.

Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla announced this week that a 4-Day Military Promotional ticket will go on sale beginning Jan. 3, 2010.

An Army family from Fort Stewart, Ga., will play host to five Pacific islanders Dec. 20 on the fifth and final episode of the Travel Channel's "Meet the Natives: USA" at 10 p.m. EST.

Medical experts advise travelers to be sure to include health risks and preventive measure in their planning when preparing for any trip.