75th Anniversary of D-Day Commemorative Event June 6th from 11am to 5pm

The Camp Gordon Johnston WWII Museum, is located across the street from Carrabelle Beach at 1873 Highway 98 West in Carrabelle, Florida. It was established to honor and preserve the heritage of the men and women who trained at the camp during WWII. Camp Gordon Johnston opened in 1942 for the sole purpose of training Infantry Divisions and their support units in amphibious operations by U. S. Army Engineer Special Brigades [ESB]. Learn about their dedication, fears and heroism at the museum. Normal museum hours are: Closed Sunday and Mondays. Tuesday-Saturday they are open from 11am-5pm.

The Camp Gordon Johnston WWII Museum is hosting a special commemoration day in honor of the 75th Anniversary of 1944 D-Day landing on Thursday, June 6. Located at 1873 Hwy 98 West, Carrabelle Beach, FL, the Camp Gordon Johnston Museum which is directly across the street from the very ground where the practice beach assault landings occurred in preparation for the D-Day invasion. The schedule for this historic anniversary is listed below, there will also be a WWII military vehicle display. There is no charge for admission or parking but donations are gladly accepted.
~US Army Signal Corp Carrabelle Beach Training Short Video (10 minute loop)             ~1:00 PM Saving Private Ryan Screening                                                                        ~4:00 PM Presentation by Dr. Kurt Piehler, Director of FSU WWII Institute