National Armed Services & Law Enforcement Memorial Museum
The National Armed Services & Law Enforcement Memorial Museum (NASLEMM) is an educational memorial museum honoring those who serve, or have served, in the U.S. Armed Forces, or in law enforcement (Federal, State, and local).

Hundreds of arms and artifacts are on display from the flintlocks of the Revolutionary War to weapons of current times. Most all of the small arms (“tools of freedom”) used by the United States military are represented in the museum. As are law enforcement weapons from major departments and agencies throughout the United States.

We believe we are the only combined military and police museum in the United States.

The museum hopes to educate young people about the sacrifices made by those who have served to defend our shores from foreign aggression and our country from internal corruption, crime, and violence.

By keeping the torch passed from generation to generation, we can assure that the terrible price of freedom, bought by the blood of those who have gone before, will not have been in vain, and will never be forgotten.

ALL-VOLUNTEER, NON-PROFIT

100% of our funding comes from public donations and memberships. We are a National organization with members from all over the United States. We use no professional fund-raising organizations and 100% of donations and funds received go to our museum and its programs. We are registered with the State of Florida (#SC 10561) as a non-profit corporation and we are an IRS 501c3 tax-exempt organization. Contributions to such organizations are generally tax-deductible to the donor.