The Mongolian Military Museum has approximately 8,000 possessions related to the history of the Mongolian army. The museum has 2 halls with more than 3,000 exhibits about the army’s structure and regulations and formations of the countries that were dwelling in the territory of Mongolian from new Stone Age until nowadays. The museum has some Iraq freedom displays from the Mongolian Army contingent that served in Iraq. One display has the shrapnel from a rocket that landed on the Mongolian compound at Diwaniyah. Other impressive exhibits included many bronze-age knives, axe heads, and a large collection of bronze arrow heads. The museum also has two rare examples of Mosin Nagant – Russian sniper rifles.