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Steven C. Draper

Museum Director

US Army

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US Army

Background Information

Employment History

Museum Director

1st Cavalry Division Museum


Endowments

Public University Endowments


Author

Academic & Professional Affiliations


Museum Director

Lowry Heritage Museum, US Air Force


Director

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers


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The 7th U.S. Cavalry NEWS

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Steven Draper, the curator for the 1st Cavalry museum, said Friday will be the busiest day of the year for the museum.
He said 1st Cavalry veterans come from around the country to attend the reunion, which rotates every year between Fort Hood and another location. Draper said he encourages all veterans and the public to attend.


13th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)

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Steve Draper, the curator of the 1st Cavalry Division Museum, provides a tour of the museum to a group of Temple Chamber of Commerce members with the Leadership Temple program during a tour of Fort Hood Nov. 12. Photo by Staff Sgt. Jason Thompson, 13th SC(E) PAO


www.kdhnews.com

FORT HOOD - Steven Draper stood puffing a cigar as the eight soldiers from the 3rd Squadron, 3rd Cavalry Regiment, approached the white tent from the Humvees across the field Monday.
Dressed in the traditional blue wool coat, tall black leather boots and Stetson worn by the traditional cavalrymen of the 19th century, Draper gathered the Grim Troop soldiers around the table and read them the next mission of the squadron's spur ride. "This is a major transportation route for hostiles," he said, holding the cigar and pointing toward the parchment paper map spread before him. "It's also a major route for settlers going into Oregon. We need accurate drawings of the area." The soldiers then took fresh parchment paper and charcoal and headed toward the horses provided by "local scouts," or Brenda Ramos and the staff of BLORA Ranch's Horsin' Around, to complete the 1870s-era mounted riflemen reconnaissance mission created by Draper, director of the 1st Cavalry Division Museum.


www.kdhnews.com

Praetorian 7, marked in white chalk with a simple star and the words "18 Dec. '11 - Last vehicle out of Iraq," is the only MRAP in the Army's historical collection, said museum director Steven Draper.
It took six months and hundreds of people's efforts to get it to Fort Hood, said Draper, calling the project a "labor of love" for the Army.


www.kdhnews.com

Steven Draper, museum director/curator, said the museum didn't have the space for the exhibit, but the location at the readiness center will allow for more visibility by the soldiers and their families.
Draper said he wanted to represent everyone who supported the mission and make it fair. Draper said it took about 18 months to compile all the items and artifacts. He said while planning the design and storyline of the exhibit, he and other organizers wanted to represent what was important. Soldiers can recognize some of the photos displayed, he said.


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