American Heroes - Preserving WWII History
My appreciation of WWII veterans began when I enlisted in the U.S. Army at the age of 17.  At the time of my enlistment most of the drill instructors were WWII Veterans who had made a career of the service.  They made it very clear to us that  their primary task was to pass along to each new recruit  the survival skills they had learned in the deserts of North Africa, mountains of Sicily, hedgerows of Europe and the jungles of the far east.  I was so impressed by the dedication of this group that I decided to honor them by collecting an original uniform from every major unit that served during the war.  It is our intent to keep this collection intact and preserve it for the ages. 
 
We are available to display portions of the collection at WWII Conferences and /or special events that honor American Veterans from all theaters of the war.   Our Operation Market Garden presentation focuses on the battle at Arnhem, Eindhoven and Nijmegen as well as the true identity of the combat leaders.   Our D-Day presentation depicts the campaign from the British, Canadian, American and German perspectives and also focuses on the true identity of the combat leaders.  You may contact us on this website ron@americanheroes.name , at judge699@msn.com or by phone at 813-395-3111 for availability and costing information.
 
                                              Website author Ron Bushaw in 1964.