Have a complete look at the Never Forgotten Honor Flight that took place in 2010.
Second Honor Flight From North Central Wisconsin in Washington D.C.
The second Never Forgotten Honor Flight from NorthCentral Wisconsin left Monday morning. Honor Flights take veterans starting with those from WWII to Washington, D.C. to see the memorials free of charge.
"Trip of a Lifetime" - Links for Never Forgotten
Watch our 30-minute special report on the Never Forgotten Honor Flight that aired on Memorial Day. Also, learn more information about how to get involved in the Never Forgotten program.
The Trip of a Lifetime: Veterans Meet Their Guardians
The Never Forgotten Honor Flight leaves for Washington D.C. from Mosinee Tuesday morning. Sunday evening, the veterans going on the trip met their Guardians, the men and women who will take care of them during the trip.
The Trip of a Lifetime: Boarding the Plane to Washington, D.C.
Nearly 100 World War II veterans from Northcentral Wisconsin boarded a plane Tuesday morning bound for Washington, D.C. to see the World War II Memorial and other sites.
Trip of a Lifetime: Area Vets Leave on Honor Flight
In a city filled with them, many call The World War Two Memorial in Washington D.C. the best of them all.
Trip of a Lifetime: The Iwo Jima Memorial
It's one of the most iconic images of World War Two, the raising of the American Flag at Iwo Jima. And it's the symbol used for the Marines Memorial in Washington D.C. The memorial was one of the stops for 103 World War Two Veterans during Tuesday's Never Forgotten Honor Flight.
Trip of a Lifetime - The Youngest Generation Thanks the Greatest Generation
While in Washington D.C. on the Never Forgotten Honor Flight, WWII veterans from Northcentral Wisconsin were treated to a spontaneous, heartfelt thank you from school kids at Arlington National Cemetery.
Trip of a Lifetime at the WWII Memorial
A stop at the WWII memorials brings memories flooding back for Northcentral Wisconsin Veterans on the Never Forgotten Honor Flight.
Trip of a Lifetime: Mail Call on the Way Home
As they flew home from their Honor Flight trip to Washington, D.C., WWII veterans from Northcentral Wisconsin were treated to letters written by family, friends and school kids. The letters thanked them for their service to our country.
Trip of a Lifetime: A Big Welcome Home
When the WWII veterans returned from their Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. they were given a huge welcome home at the airport.
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