An Evening with “America’s Greatest Generation” at the National World War II Museum
Date: Tuesday, 13 April
Time: 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Location: National World War II Museum (Note: Round-trip bus transportation will be provided from the AAPG Convention Co-Headquarters Hotels to the museum and will be available beginning at 6:15 p.m. and lasting until 10:45 p.m.)
Includes: Open bar, buffet dinner, museum admission, transportation
Celebrate an evening with “America’s Greatest Generation” at the National World War II
Museum. The museum first opened on 6 June 2000, which was the 56th anniversary of the
Normandy invasion that liberated Europe. It is the only museum in the United States that
addresses all of the amphibious invasions or “D-Days” of World War II, honoring the more
than 1 million Americans who took part in this global conflict.
The museum stands as our country’s tribute to the men and women who made the invasions
in Europe, Africa and the Pacific theaters successful. It presents their stories to an
international audience, preserves material for research and scholarship, and inspires future
generations to apply the lessons learned from the most complex military operation ever
Entry into the museum will be through the Louisiana Memorial Pavilion where beneath vintage World War II aircraft and among superbly-restored landing craft you will enjoy an open bar social, a southern buffet dinner catered by renowned New Orleans Chef John Besh, plus access to all the museum’s exhibit areas for touring at your leisure during
For more information about the museum and its various amenities, please visit its website.