The Military Museum of Fort Worth with more than 13,000 displays from several wars will close on March 11.
The Military Museum of Fort Worth with more than 13,000 displays from several wars will close on March 11. Military Museum of Fort Worth Courtesy
The Military Museum of Fort Worth with more than 13,000 displays from several wars will close on March 11. Military Museum of Fort Worth Courtesy

That little Fort Worth military museum is closing its doors

March 02, 2017 02:41 PM

UPDATED March 03, 2017 08:21 AM

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