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You can help bring the Army Story to life and honor a family member, friend, or loved one at the same time!
The U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center, the Army’s preeminent archival, research, and educational facility at Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania, features a "Soldiers Walk" to commemorate those who have served our nation.
The "Soldiers Walk" is prominently located in front of the complex and greets visitors as they enter the Army Heritage Trail. To create the "Soldiers Walk", the Army Heritage Center Foundation is offering a commemorative brick program. You may choose from three sizes: 4" x 8" bricks for $100.00; 8" x 8" bricks for $125.00 or $150.00 (depending on the use of a logo or not); or 2' x 2' pavers for $1,000.00. To further personalize your brick or paver, there are a variety of logos--each representing a specific period of Army history--which may be engraved on the 8" x 8" bricks and 2' x 2' pavers.
You may place an order by clicking the link below and making a secure on-line payment using a preferred credit card or by completing our brochure and returning it to our office along with a personal check or money order. Upon ordering, please allow six (6) to eight (8) weeks for processing and installation of your brick.
Thank you for helping bring the Army’s story to life and for supporting the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center!
AHCF is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. Commemorative Brick orders are classified as charitable donations by the IRS and are deductible in the calendar year in which they are bought and produced.
Individuals ordering Commemorative Bricks will receive a thank you letter verifying the amount of the purchaser's payment that also serves as a receipt of the charitable donation.