Richard Atiland of Ramona, CA donated two photos of Vietnam
|WWI era dental equipment donated by Marcy Beaty.
era Riverine PBRs and three unit patches.
Marcy Beaty of San Diego, CA donated a collection of early WWI era Dental artifacts including a dental chair, and equipment now on display in our Military in Balboa Park exhibit.
Michel Burke of San Diego, CA donated 24 framed prints on the military history of the National Guard
Robert Cardenas of San Diego, CA donated photographs and DVDs of his WWII service in the B-24, and the flying wing aircraft.
The Central Coast Veterans Museum of San Luis Obisbo, CA donated a partial set of Navy Signal Flags from a WWII Aircraft Carrier.
|WWI Barr & Stroud Rangefinder used for machineguns, donated by Jack Evans.
Jack Evans of La Mesa, CA donated a 1941 Navy Binnicle, a WWI infantry rangefinder, and a large collection of Navy and Navy Aviation artifacts from WWII through Vietnam eras.
William Frazier, Sr. of St. George, UT donated a 40mm Bobors shell and projectile, now on display at the Museum's Trench Art Exhibit at the Del Mar Fair.
Sal Gurrola of El Cajon, CA donated a trench art beer stein made from the driveshaft of a Huey Assault Helicopter in Cam Rhan Bay, Vietnam 1971.
William Halm, Jr. of National City, CA donated his Navy SeaBee uniform.
Richard Hanway of Las Crusas, NM donated a Vietnam Print.
The Lawrence Jewish Community Center of La Jolla,
CA donated 58 books to our military history library.
Karyn Newbill of Simi Valley, CA donated her father's WWII Merchant Marine and Army uniforms, two of which are now on display in our main gallery.
Walter Rutherford of San Diego, CA donated a Yearbook of the 6th Bn, 31st Infantry from Vietnam, and six issues of the 9th Infantry's Vietnam Newspaper from the 60s-70s.
|Graphotype Dog Tag Machine donated by Mike Whitington.
Lorraine Van Cleave of Chula Vista, CA donated a book and four DVDs on WWI to our Military History Library.
Jessiy Villalobos of Lemon Grove, CA donated a photograph of two women serving with the 101st Airborne in Kuwait, 2005.
Mike Whittington of O'Brien Lock and Key, San Diego, CA donated a Vietnam era Graphotype Dog Tag Machine.