The Virginia site for the National
Museum of the United States Army was approved by the secretary of the Army in June 2011, but raising the estimated $200
million it will cost to build it has been a battle.
On Tuesday morning, two ultra-marathoners, Frank Fumich, of Arlington, and his friend Matt Nelson, began a 450-mile run from the Pentagon to Boston to help raise money for the victims of the Boston bombings.
Started by two friends who wanted to make the
world a better place, a new website walks you
through a simple set up, helps you set your
donation goal and watch the donations come in.