USAHEC Events and Programs


The USAHEC hosts many events throughout the year, including lecture programs, interpretive living history events, demonstrations, workshops, and speaker presentations. All USAHEC sponsored events are free and open to the public. Additionally, many of our programs are live-streamed and recorded, and are available on the USAHEC YouTube page. For information on all upcoming events, please continue to check our website and social media pages, or call: (717) 245-3972.

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Upcoming Events

Mon, July 26, 2021
Thu, August 19, 2021
Perspectives Lecture with Peter Campbell, Associate Professor of Political Science at Baylor University
Thu, August 26, 2021
Retired U.S. Air Force Lt Col Jen Griswold
Thu, September 16, 2021
Perspectives in Military History with Professor Amy Gaudion, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Dickinson College
Thu, October 14, 2021
Tower of Skulls: A History of the Asia-Pacific War, Volume I: July 1937-May 1942
Perspectives in Military History with Richard Frank
Thu, November 18, 2021

Two of our most popular programs are highlighted below

Perspectives Lecture Series

The annual Perspectives Lecture Series is a seasonal lecture series that provides a discussion of current and historical topics critical to the understanding and practice of strategic leadership. Consisting of a Spring and Fall season of four lectures each, Perspectives seasons highlight a particular theme important to the study of the military profession.
Featured speakers include Army leaders, veterans, military historians, and scholars from around the world.


Army Heritage Days

The USAHEC hosts an annual timeline living history event, Army Heritage Days, which examines nearly every era of U.S. Army history. As part of Army Heritage Days, the USAHEC hosts many specialized events, including workshops, demonstrations, reenactments, and Veteran "meet and greets," both outside on the mile-long Army Heritage Trail and inside the Visitor and Education Center.

Please note, Army Heritage Days will not take place in 2021.