FRANK W. TOWERS
FIRST LIEUTENANT US ARMY
LIEUTENANT FRANK W. TOWERS
Alachua County Update
March 21, 2008
Frank W. Towers is a resident of Gainesville, Florida and a veteran of World War 11. As a
First Lieutenant, he was assigned to M Company,
120th Infantry Regiment of the 30th Infantry Division.
Lt. Towers experiences during World War 11 are to many to try and explain. Below
are links to his personal military memoirs. These memories are taken from the diary he kept during the war. Frank is the president
and historian of the "30th Infantry Division Veterans of WWII" which is composed of over 1,000 WWII Veterans.
This incredible man is
involve with many of the veterans organization, such as the D-DAY
NORMANDY VETERANS OF NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA. Frank has returned on
a number of occasion to Normany, France, the site of the D-Day Invasion.
The D-day Normandy Veterans of North Central Florida meet
on the second Thursday of each month at 11:00 AM. The location is CONESTOGAS in downtoun Alachua. The public is welcome to join him
and other veterans of Worls War II for lunch.
Click on links below and wait a minute to open
At Home In Gainesville, Florida
Frank is a Volunteer at Camp Blanding