As president of this GREAT organization I would like to extend a welcome to all people interested in preserving our military history.
This organization was formed in 1987 and has since grown to one of the most active in the state.
Each month we invite speakers who either have a military background or expertise in military matters.
Our guest speakers have included former Indiana Gov. Whitcomb, who was captured at Corregidor and escaped; General Paul Tibbets, who dropped the atomic bomb on Japan; George Gay, the only survivor from Torpedo Squadron 8 at the Battle of Midway; and, Indianapolis Mayor Ballard, who has been our guest speaker and presented WWII medals to our Roundtable members. Other speakers include survivors of Iwo Jima, Normandy and the Pearl Harbor attack; and, veterans of WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan.
To join our group you do not have to have served in the military. Many of our members are military enthusiasts, or children of veterans who enjoy being a part of preserving our military history.
If you have an interest in military history and this great country, then youíll enjoy the WWII roundtable
Call Allen at 1-765-482-1683 or Annabel at 1-317-244-3829.
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Paul Rogers - AF Veteran
WW2 ROUNDTABLE SINCE 1987
The Military Roundtable website is dedicated to all who have an interest in preserving our military history. There are a lot of stories yet to be told and with the help of fellow enthusiast I plan to record these historical events on this website........ Paul Rogers.
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Photos below provided by Kathryn L. Trip to Europe June 2014, some of our Roundtable members are in this group, can you identify them?
Our next meeting will be on Monday the 25th of Aug 2014 with special guest speaker Ed Bensman, a Viet Nam combat veteran. His story will touch the hearts of everyone, the dynamic rescue of the children of An Lac Orphanage as the communist forces approached. The children of Vietnamís An Lac orphanage are men and women now, scars slowly fading decades after their war ended. Rescued as babies from an uncertain fate in war-torn Saigon, adopted by American families and schooled in U.S. Colleges and universities, they have gone on to share in the American dream.
This Sept 22 will be my last month as Pres of the WWII roundtable, therefore we'll be having an election on this date to elect a new Pres, VP, 2nd VP, Tres and Sec. It's important that everyone attend the meeting and vote.
If you have an email address please send Paul Cauley an email so he can add you to his list.
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I want to thank everyone for their support over the years, our organization has expanded to a record number of members. We've had many outstanding speakers during my time as President and I'm sure that will continue. Thanks to all the board members who have worked hard over the years to promote this great organization.