The Quartermaster Museum was founded in 1957 as a way to educate the general public as well as Quartermaster soldiers in training about the history of the Army's oldest logistics branch. Founded in 1775 the Quartermaster Corps have fed, clothed and equipped the United States Army for more than two centuries. The museum features over 24,000 artifacts relating to the Corps history and is located in Fort Lee, Virginia.
5 Life Size Resin Hardened Figures with Bronze Finish.
Completed: September 2016
Client: U.S Quartermaster Museum
Cast from actual Quartermaster soldiers and outfitted in their real life uniforms, these figures represent a range of duties performed by the logistics Corp., from Paratroopers and Fuel Supply to Cooks and Mortuary Affairs. Made to look like cast bronze, each one was hand finished with paint and patina.