945 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130
During this Lunchbox Lecture, join retired Army Sergeant Major Chris Lewis, Director of Education and Volunteer Services at the National Infantry Museum, for a talk about the 555th Parachute Infantry, more famously known as “the Triple Nickles.” These pioneering soldiers formed the ranks of the first African American Parachute Infantry unit during World War II. Throughout the talk we will delve into the history of these soldiers and their legacy that continues even today.
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Sponsored by AARP Louisiana.