Field Dressing. A first aid bandage called a first field dressing produced during the Second World War.
About The Military Museums
The Military Museums (TMM) is a Canadian Forces tri-service history, heritage, art, research, and educational institution. TMM is composed of the following organizations:
- Naval Museum of Alberta
- Army Museum of Alberta
- Air Force Museum of Alberta
- Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians) Museum
- Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Museum and Archives
- The King's Own Calgary Regiment (Royal Canadian Armoured Corps) Museum
- The Calgary Highlanders Regimental Museum and Archives
- The University of Calgary Military Museums Library and Archives
To enrich your experience, TMM also contains:
- The Founders' Gallery: an art and heritage exhibit space featuring special exhibits on topical subjects.
- An Education Centre capable of accommodating 66 students and outfitted with modern SMART™ technology.
- An Archival Reading Room where you can use the archival materials held at TMM for research.
The Military Museums envisions a community where military contributions to Canada's heritage endure.
Remember the sacrifices of Canadians and allies in the defence of our nation and freedom by telling their stories;
Preserve artefacts and archival material related to the military history of Canada with emphasis on western Canada; and
Educate Canadians, with an emphasis on youth, about the impact of military events on the development of Canada and the importance of military security, as a component of national security, now and in the future.