AFP Museum at Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo in Quezon City

Are you in for another throwback treat for today? I would like to share my experience in visiting the AFP Museum at Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo in Quezon City many years ago. We visited the place to attend the Jubilee Kick-off Fireside last January 3, 2009.

We all know that fashion and beauty is very womanly and it’s something that I really love. But I also like things that boyish girls like – war movies, wrestling and other similar things – and it isn’t weird for me. I grew up watching my uncles’ on duty mode or to report to their work in the army. So when I had a chance to take a peek at the Armed Forces of the Philippines Museum, it was indeed a memorable experience.

The display of war machines and supplies proved to be endearing. For one thing, some of the displays were used in the war era. It was a historical preview while I’m thinking about the war movies that I really like, including Rambo films.

Personally, I’ve seen a war airliner. It’s a huge air carrier in shades of camouflage for the use of soldiers that protect our country. 

I’ve seen the machine guns too. There are different kinds of heavy looking weapons but I got a chance to have a photo for the huge rifle near the entrance of the museum.

What can you say about the museum? Let’s share interests. Leave comments in the section below.