Join us in a day of celebration and recognition for the Wisconsin men and women who shaped the course of history during World War II. Admission to this event is free and open to the public. Attendees can tour General Eisenhower's European command train, see exhibits, re-enactors, and a performance by the 132nd Army Band. At 1:30 PM, featured speakers Hugh Ambrose, author of The Pacific, and James Megellas, 82nd Airborne WWII officer and author of All the Way to Berlin will take the stage. Food and beverages will be available, and World War II veterans eat free.
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Presented in partnership by: The Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs, The Wisconsin Veterans Museum, Wisconsin Funeral Directors Association, National Railroad Museum, Wisconsin Public Television, and Old Glory Honor Flight.