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Brent Mullins
President & CEO

To say that Brent Mullins is an avid collector of all things military would be an understatement. Brent has spent the last thirty years amassing the largest civilian-owned operational military equipment and technical manual library in the nation. He is known worldwide as a leading expert in historical US military hardware. His expertise in both military hardware and memorabilia has become highly sought after, providing appraisals for both private and museum military collections.

Brent, having participated as a reenactor and vendor in military events for more than 30 years, provides the overall vision and the direction for the Living History Weekend. His primary role, beside the physical site preparation, is the direction and supervision of the reenactment and military vehicle display. He developed and coordinates a program, The Armored Support Group, to train volunteers to maintain and safely operate the museum’s vehicle collection.

Leisha Mullins
Secretary & Treasurer

Leisha is a professional educator. She retired from Texas A&M University in 2018 after teaching senior level Biochemistry courses at Texas A&M University for 20 years. She earned her PhD in Chemistry in 1989. Her curriculum vitae include numerous accolades and affiliations. She has authored and co-authored over 30 publications in peer reviewed journals. To honor the often overlooked women who served in the military, Leisha collects original military servicewomen uniforms. She has an impressive set of WAVES, WACS, Navy and Army Nurse, and USMCWR uniforms.

Besides being Secretary – Treasurer, Leisha has the overall responsibility for the development and supervision of all daily museum activities and special events.

Justin Ellison
Board Member

Justin Ellison is an Information Technology professional and is currently the IT Manager for the Texas A&M University, Division of Student Affairs IT, Systems Team. He previously worked as a Systems Engineer for the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station. He has a B.S. in Engineering from Texas A&M University and is a proud member of the Fightin’ Class of ’01.

Justin has been on the museum Board of Directors since 2015, using his leadership and project management skills to further the mission of the museum. One of his primary duties is to function as the lead for the Armored Support Group (ASG), the museum’s living history volunteer program made up of Armor, Infantry and Artillery units. Justin began as a museum Armor crewman in 2012 where he gained WWII armored vehicle experience and moved up through the program’s ranks into leadership positions.