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Next flight is May 2, 2015, out of

Clarksburg, West Virginia and the flight after that will be May 23, 2015 from Huntington, West Virgina

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Honor Flight Huntington, part of the Honor Flight Network, is a non-profit organization created solely to honor America's veterans for all their sacrifices. We transport our heroes to Washington, D.C. to visit and reflect at their memorials. Top priority is given to the senior veterans – World War II and Korean War survivors, along with those other veterans who may be terminally ill.

Of all of the wars in recent memory, it was World War II that truly threatened our very existence as a nation—and as a culturally diverse, free society. According to the Department of Veterans Affairs, an estimated 800 WWII veterans die each day. Our time to express our thanks to these brave men and women is running out.

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Below, The first Honor Flight Huntington trip to Washington, D.C. was honored to have Earl Morse, co-founder of Honor Flight Network, (orange vest). joined the 88 veterans on their trip of a lifetime.

Paying tribute to heroes

"We can’t all be heroes. Some of us have to stand on the curb and clap as they go by.”                                                                     Will Rogers

Visit the Vietnam Veterans Virtual Wall

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Read the Blog of one korean Vets Daughter

In 1953, when my father came home from the Korean Conflict, he didn’t get a “Welcome Home”.  He, and the rest of his unit, was dropped of in Fort Knox, KY., (because it was the closest to his home in Fort Gay, WV).   Some took buses; others had made arrangements for rides home.  As the buses were all full, my dad and one of his buddies, who lived in Clarksburg, found a cabbie who was off duty and he agreed to take them to Huntington first, and then his buddy to Clarksburg, for $150.  There were no parades, receptions at bus stations or airports.  You simply came home and went back to your life.  You found a job, hopefully one that would provide you a future. 

Flash forward,