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“These are the treasured memories of over 100,000 World War II veterans who have come through here,” Tomlinson said recently as he showed a reporter around the museum jam-packed with photos, letters, banners, flags, uniforms, medals, guns, knives and a whole lot more.

Hundreds of snapshots of veterans who’ve visited the past few years line the walls.

A year ago, he took out a second mortgage on his home to keep the museum afloat as he searched for solutions or a benefactor, but that money has now been spent and he says he must sell the house.

He set up a Go Fund Me account this fall, the last-ditch effort to raise 0,000 before the museum will be forced to shut down at the end of the year.

He and his wife little suspected that the Home of the Brave excursions would continue for 25 years, expanding into a full-throated military museum stocked with World War II memorabilia and artifacts donated by thousands of veterans who took the tour over the decades.

They rented a small termite-riddled warehouse two buildings down, gutted it, bedecked it in WWII-themed artifacts and began selling their own craft beer in what they’ve dubbed “The Brewseum.” They put no small effort into naming the dozen-odd brews, many of which commemorate the 75th anniversary of the 1941 attack.

Among the beers are Code Talker ginger guava ale, PT 109 kolsch and John Finn golden mango, named for WWII’s first Medal of Honor recipient, who was a surprise-attack survivor.

Tomlinson was dressed in an Army uniform similar to the one worn by “Uncle Tommy,” his father’s brother who was in special operations in the Pacific theater during World War II.

His wife’s mother had worked on a B-17 bomber assembly line as a “Rosie the Riveter.” “As kids, we heard all these stories,” said the 56-year-old Tomlinson.