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Civil Defense Museum

The Civil Defense Museum is now at and
For a contact e-mail please use the ".com" e-mail address at the bottom of this page.

In mid-June 2015 a landmark aquistion happened. Finally got some Package Ventilation Kits!
Package Ventilation Kit Page has been added to the Shelter Supplies Section.
08/23/2015 Added a PVK demonstration video to the youtube channel and PVK page.

Last Update 04-16-2017

See also my youtube channel here..... with various CD related videos.


04-17-2017 - Added The Monroe County Indiana Shelter Study to the bottom of the Community Shelter Plan Page.
04-16-2017 - Added a FEMA Civil Defense Policy Monograph PDF File to the History Page.
01-8-2017 - Added photos of an old AF timer and PGA timer to the Siren Controls Page.
07-11-2016 - Added photos of another set of shelter models to the Fallout Shelter Models Page.
09-06-2015 - Finally adding a link to the Puget Sound Artillery Museum at Fort Worden page.
09-06-2015 - Added the Jefferson County, Washington CSP to the bottom of the CSP Page.
08-23-2015 - Added a PVK demonstration video to the Package Ventilation Kit Page.

Museum Dedication

   This virtual museum is dedicated to the Civil Defense and emergency workers of the United States who worked to protect the public from nuclear attack. Thankfully, their services, in that aspect, were never needed. This virtual museum is for historical purposes and does not make fun of civil defense, however, I do throw in a few "light" comments here and there.

   There are many aspects of the Civil Defense program that may seem funny today, but the period after World War II was a very scary time. Civil defense officials and volunteers during that time were very serious about their work and I believe they deserve respect for their efforts. They rendered emergency services after natural and man-made disasters and would have had an impossible task had there ever been a nuclear war.

News photos and articles on the Dallas EOC Shelter tour pages were used with permission of the Dallas Morning News.
Photos on the Corps of Engineers Shelter Photos Page were used with permission of the US Army Corps Of Engineers.
All artwork in the Art Gallery is now public domain government artwork.

All photos I have taken in this virtual museum, along with any text I have written on these pages, are property of the Civil Defense Museum and are not to be used without permission of the Civil Defense Museum.

Thank You
Eric Green