To outline the JFK Special Warfare Museum’s policy for collection of materials, to include, but not to be exclusive of, artifacts, equipment, photographs, paper ephemera and miscellaneous memorabilia.
This policy applies to all prospective donors and is directive in nature.
THE JFK Special Warfare Museum will collect, preserve, exhibit, and interpret significant historical property in support of the proponencies, training and educational mission of the US Army JFK Special Warfare Center and School, making it the regimental museum for the US Army Special Forces, Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations branches including predecessor organizations from the American colonial period to the present.
As the Museum for the Center of Excellence for Special Operations and the premier institution for the training the PSYOP, SF, AND CA SOLDIER, it shares the aspiration to be dynamic, ensuring accessibility simultaneous to maintaining the highest of professional standards of property accountability and exhibition.
The JFK Special Warfare Museum will:
-Illustrates the history of the three proponent regiments: PSYOP, SF and CA; provide access to and promote the discovery of resources.
-Will create a 3-D learning facility supportive of its visitors, but especially the trainers and USAJFKSWCS as a whole.
-Create hospitable, physical, and virtual environments for study and research.
-Collaborate with other entities within USSOCOM, USASOC and USAJFKSWC as well as other government agencies that are supportive of and that the regiments support both in training and operations.
-Support existing POIs and to advance education initiatives.