This is a directory of like-minded organizations with a mission to preserve, promote, and discuss military history. Only organizations that meet that qualification may be added to this directory and listed on our website. To learn how your organization can be added, please contact us.
Georgia's meeting place and leading resource for World War II history. Dedicated to the preservation and study of World War II history and the commemoration of the Greatest Generation. Monthly luncheon meetings featuring veterans, historians, authors and other guest speakers.
Honoring all things Eighth Air Force, World War II, and veterans. Monthly luncheon meetings in Atlanta at the 57th Fighter Group Restaurant featuring veterans, historians, authors and other guest speakers.
Affiliated with The Churchill Center and Museum at the Cabinet War Rooms in London, The Winston Churchill Society of Georgia is dedicated to the continued awareness of the significant role Sir Winston Churchill played in the world during of its most challenging and stern times.
Take flight in a World War II airplane, build a Liberty ship, explore a pilot training base, march in the boots of the Band of Brothers, and learn personal stories of courage, character and patriotism. Download a printable souvenir passport and start your journey on the Georgia World War II Heritage Trail!
Located in Pooler, Georgia, the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force preserves for all Americans the stories of courage, character and patriotism displayed by the men and women of the Eighth Air Force from World War II to the present.
Composed of over 200 all-volunteer members, Airbase Georgia operates several WWII vintage aircraft including a P-51D Mustang, a FG-1D Corsair, an SBD-5 Dauntless, a P-63A Kingcobra, a T-6 Texan, and a T-34B Mentor. Airbase Georgia is the only Flying Museum located in the Atlanta metro area.
Test your skills as a plane spotter watching the skies for enemy aircraft. Train to direct fighter pilots like the officers at Naval Air Station St. Simons. Build a Liberty ship to transport critical supplies to troops overseas. Experience all this and more in the immersive galleries and interactives at the World War II Home Front Museum.
The National Infantry Museum emphasizes the values that define the Infantryman, as well as the nation he protects: Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage. It preserves and displays one of the greatest collections of military artifacts in the world, with 190,000 square feet of galleries standing on a 200-acre tract at Fort Benning, Georgia.
The Georgia Military Vehicle Preservation Association is a place for historians, vehicles preservationists and collectors interested in military vehicles. We promote the acquisition, restoration, preservation, and public education and display of historic military transportation.
Meets in Big Canoe, Georgia, the North Georgia Veterans provide an opportunity for fellowship with and service to military veterans living in the North Georgia area, preserve and promote the traditions and history of the United States Armed Forces, and conduct charitable and community service as determined by the officers and leadership of NGV.
Meets in Cleveland, Georgia, the North Georgia Veterans provide an opportunity for fellowship with and service to military veterans living in the North Georgia area, preserve and promote the traditions and history of the United States Armed Forces, and conduct charitable and community service as determined by the officers and leadership of NGV.
We are a forum to interact with, support and honor the United States military veterans within the Soleil community.
We meet in a gated community at Soleil Laurel Canyon in Canton, GA. Attendance to our meetings and events requires a sponsor. Please visit our website to find out more.
The Military Order of the World Wars is the premier Veterans Service Organization (VSO) whose motto is, “It is nobler to serve than to be served.” MOWW was founded at the suggestion of General of the Armies John J. “Blackjack” Pershing 1919 to promote good citizenship, patriotic education, and military and public service.
The Veterans Breakfast Club holds veterans storytelling events online and in-person where veterans from all backgrounds, eras, and branches of service can share their stories of service. Our programs create communities of listening so this living history will never be forgotten. We believe that through our work, people will be connected, educated, healed, and inspired.
Witness to War, an Atlanta based non-profit, captures video taped oral histories of the combat stories of veterans from all wars.
The Gwinnett Veterans Memorial Museum is a tribute to all brave men and women who have defended our land and liberties from the Revolutionary War to the present, including the War of 1812, the Civil War, World War I, World War II, the Korean War, Vietnam, the Persian Gulf Wars, and Operation Enduring Freedom.
Meets monthly at the Capital City Club in downtown Atlanta.
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