The Museum offers a number of programs for Active duty and the public personnel. Programs for active duty included Threat weapon and vehicle training, and Iraqi/Arab Culture Awareness Training. Historical programs included Alamo Siege and Battle Site Staff Ride, Texas Frontier Forts Tour, 1CD in Korea: A Historical Briefing, and the History of the 1st Cavalry Division. These programs are available to Active duty military training groups for free. There is a user fee for other groups.
The museum's public programs included Living History programs on the Revolutionary War, Civil War, World War II and Vietnam. The Museum's Living History interpreters will provide an overview of the life and times of soldiers during these time periods. Staff dressed in reproduction period uniforms will describe the uniforms, equipment and weapons used by 1st Cavalry Divsion troops, . These demonstrations will detail the daily life of the soldier, including food craft, drill and tactics, recreation and medical care. In addition, if a female interpreter if available, she will discuss the role of women during these wars; in the home front and in the field.
Lewis and Clark Traveling Trunk. The Museum offers to local school districts a traveling trunk telling the story of the Corps of Discovery. The trunk comer complete with replica materials used and found during the expedition. This program is available to schools and other groups from 5th grade and up. There will be a user fee attached for programs conducted 50 miles or more from Fort Hood, Texas.