MILWAUKEE (AP).- The Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee is planning to pay tribute to veterans and their families next month. It will offer free admission to them November 4 through Nov. 7. On Nov. 4, a Harley archivist will talk about the history of military vehicles and the company’s other wartime contributions. On Nov. 5, a member of the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association, Dana Harbaugh, will talk about his decision to create a tribute Harley-Davidson motorcycle and show his photographs of association members. On Nov. 6, 80 cadets from St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy Program will perform to honor veterans from World War I to current conflicts. The museum’s ambassador, Glory the bald eagle, will be there Nov. 6 and Nov. 7 to pose for photos.