The Military Reunion Network has worked with amazing speakers from across the country. Here are just a few that are available to for your next reunion, conference or event.
Joe Torrillo was a 25-year Lieutenant with the NYC Fire Dept. On September 11, 2001, he was buried as the World Trade Center collapsed. His story is one of inspiration, determination, compassion, and patriotism at pivotal time in our history.
His Speaking Topics include
- The Will to Survive
- Teamwork, Now more than ever
- Infamous Fires in the US and what we should have learned
In addition, there are specific programs for:
- School Groups
- Fire Fighters
Bob Hope Tribute Artist
Bob Hope’s life in comedy comes to life once again with this lookalike- and soundalike- tribute to the legendary comedian. Bill Johnson has performed his tribute to the late, great Bob Hope across the U.S, and the South Pacific to rave reviews. Bill’s tribute works great for a wide range of events…as master of ceremonies, tributes to the troops, or corporate gatherings.
Bill has performed his tribute regularly at the National WWII Museum in New Orleans. When the Museum premiered the film “Beyond All Boundaries” in their Victory Theater, Bill was honored to introduce NBC-TV broadcast journalist Tom Brokaw, and perform a brief moment of comedy with the film’s Executive Producer, Academy Award winning actor Tom Hanks.
Hal Burke, the founder of Victory & Valor Memories, shares with his audience the historical connection between the five Sullivan Brothers legacy and Alfred Eisenstaedt’s iconic Life magazine photograph of “The Kissing Sailor” in New York’s Times Square on V-J Day (August 14, 1945).
Hal also gives a variety of inspiring presentations of historical military campaigns and fallen heroes.
Presentation subjects include: The Story behind The “Kissing Sailor”. USN Aircraft Carriers on Lake Michigan!?! Rosie the Riveter. and General Douglas MacArthur. Just to name a few.