Building a Commemorative Military Exhibit | Condit
05.10.2019

Building a Commemorative Military Exhibit

Designing a Military Memorial Exhibit

 

Condit was honored to design an exhibit for veteran Donald G. Stratton, one of the five remaining survivors of USS Arizona, which sank during the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. The Navy gifted Don, 96, a large relic from the ship, and he donated the piece to the town of Colorado Springs, his home for many years. The relic served as a centerpiece for the exhibit, installed at the local airport.

The educational exhibit tells the stories of all 1,512 men of the USS Arizona, provides historical background on World War II, and offers biographical insight about Don himself. It includes several customized graphics, preserved artifacts, and interactive, multi-media features that illustrate the heroic sacrifices of the USS Arizona crewmen.

The Navy also provided a vintage uniform, complete with awards and decorations, to represent Don’s WWII service. With several military bases in Colorado, including an Air Force base in Colorado Springs, many servicemen and women will be able to see and appreciate the exhibit for the next two years, before it is relocated to a public viewing facility.

 

 

Honoring Veterans – Our History With Military Exhibits

 

Condit has designed and built several significant military exhibits and museum-quality installations that honor fallen heroes and tell the stories of active-duty servicemen and women. Whether permanent or traveling exhibitions, Condit can transform an idea into a reverent and informative display.

“I’ve worked with Condit as an exhibit lead for the past 15 months. Without Condit’s world-class team, their commitment, and depth of experience, we never could have pulled this project together. As it was, we were able to deliver a six-figure, multi-generational, multi-media exhibit that is the signature attraction at a municipal facility with over 1.8 million visitors per year. I wouldn’t even consider working with anyone else after this experience,” said Lieutenant Colonel William Linn II, VP and COO of Heritage Arsenal.

During May’s Military Appreciation Month and in anticipation of Memorial Day, Condit would like to recognize all the brave men and women who serve and have served our country, including Donald G. Stratton.

 

Custom Exhibits Designed to Commemorate

 

If you have a commemorative project you would like to discuss, look no further than the design and fabrication experts at Condit. Your project should last the test of time as well as tell a story as unique as those recognized. Our museum exhibit portfolio highlights just a handful examples from our past. Contact our museum design team or let us know the details of your military project today.