Native American Rock Art Site, Fort Hunter Liggett, California
THE ARMY DEFENDS AND PROTECTS OUR NATION’S HERITAGE
The Army’s mission is to defend those things most prized by all nations: our people, our land, and our resources. Resources worth defending, are worth protecting.
From the Army’s many National Historic Landmarks, to the thousands of historic homes Army families live in, to the archeological sites, sacred sites, and traditional cultural properties important to Native Americans and Native Hawaiians, the Army defends and protects our nation’s cultural heritage.
Army Historic Preservation and Cultural Resources Management
Department of the Army National Historic Preservation Act Policy
Department of the Army and Department of Defense Program Alternatives issued under the National Historic Preservation Act
Department of the Army Historic Housing Periods and Distribution
Department of the Army Native American Policy
Program Comment for Army Vietnam War Era Housing (1963-1975)
Army Historic Preservation Twitter Page
Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
Army Inter-War Era Historic Housing, Associated Buildings and Structures, and Landscape Features (1919-1940)
The U.S. Army America’s First National Institution