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Wednesday Morning Briefing on the progress of the Construction of the new National Infantry Museum & Heritage Park...followed by a tour of the "WWII Company Street". In the mid-90s, Major General   Jerry White saved seven old World War II buildings from the wrecking ball, looking far past the horizon to the day they’d find a home at the new museum. The buildings include a barracks, a day room, a supply room, a mess hall, a chapel and the headquarters and sleeping quarters used by Gen. George Patton before his deployment to North Africa in 1942.