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 you’ll 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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April 22 2013
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Our next meeting will be on Monday the 28th of July 2014, with wwII veteran Larry Brannam. This will be an absolute must program to hear, Pfc Larry Brannan was in the second wave of infantry at OMAHA BEACH on JUNE 6 1944. His incredible story of survival on the beach and the will to live will will keep you riveted to your seat.
Pfc Lawrencce L. Brannan, Another one of our AMERICA HERO'S.
Company I - 116th Infantry Regiment 29th Division.
He currently lives in Knoxville Tenn. and will be accompanied by his two daughters.
Called up for service again in World War II, the 29th division was sent to England where it trained for two years, before participating in Operation Overlord, the landings in Normandy, France. The division is best known for being among the first wave of troops to the shore at Omaha Beach, suffering massive casualties in the process. It then advanced to Saint-Lô, and eventually through France and into Germany itself. These actions have since been the subject of many motion pictures.
Photos below provided by Kathryn L. Trip to Europe June 2014, some of our Roundtable members are in this group, can you identify them?