45th Infantry Division Museum


45th Infantry Division Museum
45th Infantry Division Museum is listed in the Museums category in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Displayed below is the only current social network for 45th Infantry Division Museum which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of 45th Infantry Division Museum on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 63.

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2145 NE 36th St
Oklahoma City, OK 73111
(405) 424-5313
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“Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more; Or close the wall up with our English dead! In peace there's nothing so becomes a man As modest stillness and humility: But when the blast of war blows in our ears, Then imitate the action of the tiger.” ― William Shakespeare, Henry V

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Four Star Leadership with General Tommy Franks Now Accepting Applications for 2017 Summer Program (HOBART, Okla.) - Four Star Leadership with General Tommy Franks is accepting applications and nominations for its world-class summer leadership program to be held July 9-14. The General Tommy Franks Leadership Institute and Museum, in conjunction with Oklahoma Christian University, offers this special opportunity to 70 of the top performing high school students from around the world, free of charge. Students will be housed on the OC campus in Edmond, Oklahoma, where they will meet and engage with national and international leaders including elected officials, dignitaries and championship-level athletes and travel on various program related excursions. In addition, students will be confronted with practical leadership and ethical scenarios and then challenged to address them individually in a persuasive speech and writing competition as well as collaboratively in an Ethics Bowl competition. “Four Star Leadership is a one-of-a-kind program that provides selected high school students invaluable leadership lessons through team-building exercises, spontaneous problem solving as well as coaching in persuasive speaking and writing,” said Franks. “The 2017 Four Star Leadership program is shaping up to be the most impactful yet and is sure to provide life-changing experiences to all attendees.” Program curriculum is designed around the four core principles of the four stars of leadership: character, common vision, communication and caring. Attendees will have a chance to earn more than $15,000 in scholarships, learn life-changing lessons and receive endorsements and recommendations to future positions of leadership. Applications and nominations for Four Star Leadership 2017 are being accepted now through May 8. School counselors, coaches, scouting leaders and directors of youth programs are encouraged to nominate young leaders in their organization. For more information on the program, to nominate a student or to apply, visit FourStarLeader.com. Four Star Leadership with General Tommy Franks is a world-class leadership program developed as a partnership between the General Tommy Franks Leadership Institute and Museum and Oklahoma Christian University. Four Star Leadership offers 70 top high school students invaluable leadership experience through an exciting and challenging curriculum at no cost to students. Since 2008, Four Star Leadership has welcomed 440 U.S. high school students from 48 different states and 43 international students. For more information on Four Star Leadership visit FourStarLeader.com or call (580) 726-5900.

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IN 1917, WHEN THE US DECLARED WAR ON GERMANY, THERE WAS NOT ONE HELMET IN THE US ARMY! At the outbreak of World War I, none of the combatants provided steel helmets to their troops. Soldiers of most nations went into battle wearing cloth, felt, or leather headgear that offered no protection from modern weapons. The huge number of lethal head wounds that modern artillery weapons inflicted upon the French Army led them to introduce the first modern steel helmets in the summer of 1915. The first French helmets were bowl-shaped steel "skullcaps" worn under the cloth caps. These rudimentary helmets were soon replaced by the Model 1915 Adrian helmet, designed by August-Louis Adrian. The idea was later adopted by most other combatant nations. Despite the hard learned lessons of the belligerents in Europe, the American army in 1917 still had no protective head gear for its soldiers. The Brodie helmet is a steel combat helmet designed and patented in London in 1915 by John Leopold Brodie became the Helmet, steel, Mark I in Britain, and the M1917 Helmet in the U.S. Colloquially, it was called the shrapnel helmet, Tommy helmet, tin hat, and in the United States the doughboy helmet. Worn by British Commonwealth soldiers during WW2 it was sometimes known as Panic Hat. It was also known as the dishpan hat, tin pan hat, washbasin, battle bowler (when worn by officers) The US version, the M1917, was copied from the British Mk 1 steel helmet of 1916, and, in 1936, the US M1917 was modified with a new liner and became known as the Kelly helmet. The Kelly was still the US Army’s issue helmet through 1941, and was what American soldiers, sailors, and marines were wearing during the attack on Pearl Harbor. During the Great War the German soldier called the Brodie helmet the Salatschüssel (salad bowl).