Join the Worcester Chapter on Tuesday, November 14th for a discussion on WWII with Michael G. Walling. While Michael has much he can share, he’s interested in answering your questions.  Come prepared to participate and discuss this historic event.

Michael G. Walling (Hudson, Massachusetts) is the author of several books, including Bloodstained Sea, Forgotten Sacrifice, and Enduring Freedom, Enduring Voices.

An internationally recognized World War II expert, Walling is a contributing author to the U.S. Naval Institute’s Naval History magazine and has appeared on The History Channel and PBS as an aviation and naval expert. He and his work also have been featured in AL.com, American Heroes Radio, Authors Den, Coast Guard Channel, Coast Guard Compass, The Lowell Sun, Nashoba Publishing, Newspaper Heroes On the Air, and other media. In addition, he is a sought-after speaker, giving presentations before a variety of audiences and venues, including Battle Ship Cove, Fort Devens Museum, Maine Maritime Museum, National World War II Museum–New Orleans, Naval Order of the United States, Naval War College, U.S. Coast Guard Chief Petty Officers Association, and numerous veterans’ reunion groups.

Walling has spent five decades collecting stories from veterans from World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan, as well as those of pilots, merchant seamen, and civilian personnel with NATO and EUFOR. His research has taken him across the United States as well as abroad to such places as Afghanistan, Bosnia–Herzegovina, Croatia, Great Britain, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Russia, and Afghanistan.