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Honor Flight Conyers

Grief Support - 06/19/2017 443 0 Tributes
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Honor Flight Conyers
Honor Flight Conyers, a local chapter of the non-profit Honor Flight Network, offers free day trips to World War II veterans from Georgia to visit Washington D.C. to see the WWII Memorial and other national monuments and memorials. The veterans are welcomed with an honor guard of police and greeted with firetrucks, ensuring them a VIP treatment. For more information on the program, visit www.honorflightconyers.com or call 770-483-4049.

The Honor Flight Network is committed to recognizing and honoring the sacrifices of America's veterans, with a particular focus on providing senior veterans and those with terminal illness the chance to visit their country’s tribute to their bravery. The World War II Memorial was not officially opened until 2004, leaving many veterans without the means to see the monument that stands as a tribute to their courage.

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