Wyoming man invests $  100M into National Museum of Military Vehicles on Fox Nation’s ‘Hidden Gems'

The three-episode premiere starts with a visit to the National Museum of Military Vehicles in Dubois, Wyoming.

Museum creator and CEO Dan Starks told Ingraham that the love and respect he and his wife feel for America’s veterans e Stati Uniti. freedom took shape in the form of this military vehicle collection. They eventually opened a display to the public.

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Starks explained that he didn’t expect to acquire any more vehicles after he restored his first vehicle, a Sherman Tank, which he purchased to drive through the Dubois Fourth of July parade.

Fox Nation's "Hidden Gems" host Laura Ingraham speaks with National Museum of Military Vehicles CEO Dan Starks in episode one. (Fox Nation)

Fox Nation's “Hidden Gemshost Laura Ingraham speaks with National Museum of Military Vehicles CEO Dan Starks in episode one. (Fox Nation) (Fox Nation)

But the expectation didn’t last — and Starkscollection grew to total 488 military vehicles as of now.

Starks revealed that he and his wife have invested more than $ 100 million of their own money to bring this museum to life.

That tells you something about our commitment and passion and how valuable it is to honor and remember our veterans,” Egli ha detto, “as well as to honor and educate next generations on the history of American freedom.

A display inside Wyoming's National Museum of Military Vehicles featured on Fox Nation's "Hidden Gems." (Fox Nation)

A display inside Wyoming’s National Museum of Military Vehicles featured on Fox Nation’sHidden Gems.” (Fox Nation)

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