We are an independent group that wants the true story of what it takes to defend our country and help others obtain freedom. The displays and lectures provide an insite into the sacrifices made by everyone to defend democracy.
The Society now has a home in Eastpointe Michigan. We are growing and developing new partnerships to support the community.
The multiple focus on museum displays as well as reenactments provides mutiple venues to the public. These venues educate as well as give access to veterans to display their memorabilia.
We coming up on our one year anniversary in our building, and we have made great strides since setting up as a brick and mortar museum. Telling the story of Michigan's contribution to 20th Century conflict!
Excellent group of people dedicated to historical preservation and education. Look forward to continued work with them in the future
The Michigan Military Technical & Historical Society has loaned many items to the Warren (MI) Historical & Genealogical Society for display at our museum on several occasions. These displays have included uniforms, helmets, gas masks, blankets, photographs and all matter of historical military articles. The MMTHS representatives provided detailed information on each piece so that factual signage could be included in the displays. We will definitely be calling on the MMTHS for future assistance to help encourage knowledge of our nation's military history.
Review from Guidestar
Being only a year old at the time of this review, the organization has come a long way. A member base has been built, displays have been constructed, collection items have been aquired, and lots more. MTHS holds great promise for the future in all of its endeavors.
The MI Military Technical Historical Society put on an amazing display of materials at the 2009 Bath City Heritage Area's display at the Stars and Stripes Festival. They far exceeding their expectations for the display. It was extremely professional looking even though it was only a weekend installation. Many event attendees thought the MiMTHS display was a permanent exhibit.