In 2021, an exhibit known as “The Great War” will be shown to the public for the first time at the National Naval Aviation Museum. This interactive exhibit is mostly about the significant roles that U.S. naval aviation played during World War I. To celebrate the completion of “The Great War,” U.S. Money Reserve decided to participate with a special gift for the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation. More specifically, the gift will be comprised of five, specially made coins to celebrate not only this exhibit but also the end of World War I. U.S. Money Reserve will present its coins, called the “Great War Series,” to the foundation at the museum on Veterans day.
Another reason to celebrate is that the coins are more than just a gift to the museum. U.S. Money Reserve is glad to present its new series as a product that any WWI enthusiast or historian can buy. The best part is that these coins are legal tender. “It is a great privilege to be affiliated with the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation,” says Chief Executive Officer of U.S. Money Reserve Angela Roberts. “This important story is all of our stories. We honor those brave men and women who have served our country and will never forget the sacrifices that were made to ensure our freedoms today and for all future generations.”
This event also marks the beginning of something new between U.S. Money Reserve and the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation. Both will work together to set up events starting in 2020 and beyond. They will also establish some initiatives to set a clear path moving forward. The president of the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation, a retired Marine named Lieutenant General Duane Thiessen, had this to say: “It is a great privilege to work with U.S. Money Reserve. We are very grateful for this organization’s commitment to helping us build an exhibit that will pay tribute to this powerful time in history. This beautiful series of coins is an incredible symbol of this exciting new venture.”
Four out of the five coins featured in the series display the End of World War I. The fifth coin honors is the 100th anniversary of the Treaty of Versailles. “Now has never been a more important time to be united by our past and remember these stories to build a stronger future together,” says Thiessen. “In honor of the men and women who have proudly served our country, we proudly serve them by honoring their memory and ultimate sacrifice.” As a thank you to the brave soldiers who fought in WWI, U.S. Money Reserve has chosen to memorialize their sacrifice in these carefully crafted coins.
What Is U.S. Money Reserve?
U.S. Money Reserve is a privately owned distributor of various silver, gold, and platinum government-issued products. Founded in 2001, U.S. Money Reserve is among the largest in the industry. Many clients purchase products from U.S. Money Reserve to further build their asset pool. That is because each of the products was also made to be legal tender. U.S. Money Reserve is headquartered in Austin, Texas.
What Is the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation?
This foundation is the only nonprofit that funds the National Naval Aviation Museum. The main approaches to raising funds are memberships and gifts. Most of the capital goes to museum expansions, renovations, and, of course, employment and maintenance. The Naval Aviation Museum Foundation helps with adding new exhibits like “The Great War.” Any major events held at the museum are organized and funded by the foundation. Another major part of the organization featured at the museum is the National Flight Academy, which focuses on educational programs for children.