The U.S Army Adjutant General's (AG) Corp Museum is available to the public for research on the history of the Army AG Corps and general information on the history of the US Army. The US Army Adjutant General"s (AG) Corp Museum is one of over 60 Army museums located across the country and around the world. The museum was established in 1996 to preserve, study, interpret, the material culture and tell the story of the AG Corps from 1775 to present. The Museum is located in Building 4392, on the corner of Strom Thurmond Boulevard and McGruder Street, Fort Jackson, South Carolina. The Museum is open to the general public, however, visitors must show I.D, vehicle registration, and proof of insurance.
Open Mon - Fri 8 am - 4:30 pm; Exhibit Gallery: Wed and Thurs, 10 am - 4 pm. Open by chance or appointment on Mon., Tues, and Fri.