Armie Hammer, a bomb that could kill a soldier with one hit, has been displayed at the Afghanistan War Memorial since 2005.
It is displayed in a room of the National War Memorial, which is about 150 feet long.
The bomb is still in the bomb room.
The war memorial, with its walls decorated with images of soldiers, is the only memorial where the bomb is displayed.
“I’ve never seen something like this,” said the museum’s curator, Barbara Pyle, a retired Army colonel.
“It was very, very beautiful.
I could not believe that it was so large.
I’ve never been more amazed.”
The bomb was delivered by the Air Force on Feb. 7, 2006, as part of a deal between the United States and Afghanistan to destroy a chemical weapons facility.
The United States used the weapons in the 1980s to kill civilians and use chemical weapons on Afghans.
The U.N. Security Council approved the deal in August 2008.
In 2012, the U.K. and Australia agreed to give up the weapons, but only after the U