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The Armed Forces
Photograph Museum
and Registry
of Australia



All veterans and active-duty personnel can permanently display their military, wartime or current photos. Free access software can be distributed to friends and family around the world.

Who is eligible to display photographs in The Museum?
What does it cost me to display a military-era photograph?
How can I access The Museum?
What software do I need to access The Museum?
How many photographs can I install in The Museum?
How do I get my photograph(s) to The Museum?
What information do I need to send with the photograph?
I don't have a scanned photo. Can I send a paper photo?
What if I want to send more than one photo -- for example, Yesterday and Today photos? How much does that cost and what payment options does The Museum offer?

Who Is Eligible To Display A Photo
Anyone can display a single, digitized photograph (no larger than 50,000 bytes) of a veteran or active-duty serviceperson in uniform at no cost.

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What Does It Cost To Display A Photograph
It is FREE to install one digitized (scanned, .jpg, .gif, .tif, .bmp, .pcx or .cmp) photo (up to 50,000 bytes) of any former or active-duty military serviceperson.

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How Do I Access The Museum
The Museum can be accessed 24 hours a day. Complete instructions on how to quickly and easily install The Museum software describes, step-by-step, how to be up and running in minutes. Nothing could be easier.
  • Any version of Microsoft Windows
  • An Internet provider for Internet access
    All you need to know to run the software is in the instructions.

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  • What Software Is Needed

    Installation Instructions
    and Software Download

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    How Many Different Photos Of One Person Can I Install
    It is FREE to install ONE military-era photo (with info) of as many DIFFERENT Veterans you like. Contact The Museum for questions about installing then and now or more than one photo of a person.

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    How To Transmit/Send Photos To The Museum
    Any digitized (.jpg, .gif, .tif, .bmp, .pcx or .cmp) photo(s) can be emailed to:
  • 24 hours
  • Or mailed via an IBM-compatible 5.25 or 3.50 floppy diskette to:

    The Photograph Museum of Honor
    817 East Via Carmelitos, Virginia Building 319 Rear
    Long Beach CA 90805-7549
    (Please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope if you wish your diskette returned)

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  • What Info MUST Be Sent With The First Photo
    Info accompanying your photo(s) must include
  • the serviceperson's or veteran's Name
  • Current mailing address or Burial location
  • Phone number
  • Email address and/or WWW address (if available)
  • At least one unit/ship served
  • At least one duty station
  • Highest rank
  • Any Grand Medals (war duty, heroism, exceptional individual service) earned
  • (Family member contact info needed for deceased vets.)

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  • Installing A Paper Photo(s)
    Contact The Museum for questions about installing paper photos if you do not have a scanned photo.

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    The Museum of Honor
    Online 24 hours, everday
    Free, access software is required for access.


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