Designs released for new National Medal of Honor Museum to be built in SC

The National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation released designs for a new museum and education center in South Carolina Wednesday, a facility that architects hope will inspire visitors to go above and beyond the call of duty in their own lives.
The National Medal of Honor Museum, to be built at Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum in Mount Pleasant, S.C. next year, has a budget of $98 million and is intended to preserve the stories of recipients of the nation’s highest honor and to help visitors understand the meaning and the price of freedom.
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