STATIC DISPLAY PROGRAM OVERVIEW
The Static Display Program is conducted by the Army Donations Program Office in the Integrated Logistics Support Center of the U.S. Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command at Detroit Arsenal, Michigan.
The program is conducted in accordance with Title 10 United States Code §2572 as implemented by Army Regulation 700-131. Eligible organizations may qualify to receive conditionally-issued, condemned or obsolete Army equipment for static display purposes.
The types of organizations authorized for a static display are:
- Incorporated museums (non-profit, educational only)
- Municipal corporations
- Museums, historical societies, or historical institutions of a U.S. state or a foreign nation
- Non-profit military heritage foundations, or associations incorporated in a U.S. state
- Veterans’ memorials
- Veterans’ Service Organizations with a national headquarters
NOTES ON STATIC DISPLAY AVAILABILITY
Operational Army equipment is NOT provided under the Army Static Display Program
U.S. active military, National Guard, and/or Reserve organizations are not authorized to participate in the U.S. Army Static Display Program. See Army Regulation 870-20: Army Museums, Historical Artifacts, and Art for additional information. The Center for Military History handles U.S. military requests.
The following types of organizations may NOT qualify for the conditional issue of Army equipment:
-Veteran service organizations without a National Headquarters