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Valley Honor Flight Prepares For Trip To World War II Memorial

Since its inaugural flight in October 2013, Central Valley Honor Flight has been determined to give the Valley’s World War II veterans a chance to see the national memorial built in honor of their service.

The honor flights are coming to an end this year and organizers hope to raise enough money for four more flights to Washington, D.C. And, as fewer World War II veterans are able to make the flight, organizers hope to bring more Korean and Vietnam war veterans to the nation’s capital to see their own war memorials.

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Central Valley Honor Flight Urges World War II Veterans To Experience The Trip Of A Lifetime

The Central Valley Honor Flight is once again gearing up to take more World War II veterans to the memorials in Washington, D.C.

In the past three years, the organization has made 8 flights and has taken more than 500 veterans and their guardians. This year, there will be four full flights starting in April. The last flight will be in October.

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