Fort Leonard Wood Museum - WWII Complex

World War II Building Complex

Fort Leonard Wood Museum - WWII Complex

Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri 65473, United States

Created By: Pulaski County Tourism Bureau & Visitors Center

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Program powered by Pulaski County Tourism Bureau

This complex tells the story of what life was like for soldiers before and after WWII. Step back in time...


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What You'll See on the Tour

1
John B. Mahaffey Museum World War II Complex

Many of the WWII buildings are open for you to enter and view various displays depicting the life of our military soldiers.
2
Chapel, Building 1310

This is a Regimental Chapel built in the early 1940s. 
3
Orderly Room, Building 1320

Displays of offices and the supply room.
4
Barracks, Building 1321

These barracks housed as many as 120 soldiers.  Step inside to see the first floor latrine facilities, sleeping quarters and offices.
5
Day Room, Building 1323

This was a small administrative structure adapted for use as a company recreation building.
6
Mess Hall, Building 1319

This building served as a mess hall during the WWII era. 
7
Barracks, Building 1317

This building contains a temporary exhibit on the German Prisoners of war that were at Fort Leonard Wood during WWII.
8
Orderly Room, Building 1318

Served as the Company Commanders office, the 1st Sergeants office and the company supply room.This is the location of the restroom facilities.

 

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