Flags of Our Heroes


The newest initiative of Honor Flight, conceived by Dave Bauer, a Vietnam Veteran and a recipient of the Purple Heart, is “Flags of Our Heroes”. It is our desire to show the respect so richly deserved to our deceased veterans and their families. Even though they will never see their memorial, we want to provide the families with the opportunity to know that their family member was shown the highest regard and respect at their memorial.

In order to do this, Honor Flight would obtain from the family and/or friends of the deceased veteran, a 5 x 7 photo of the veteran and a copy of the obituary notice, if available. A flag of a deceased WWII Veteran has been donated and is taken along with your Veteran's photo on one of our tours to the memorial in Washington, D.C. The flag, and photo would be placed in front of the memorial and a photo taken. The family would then receive an 8 x 10 photo and a certificate from Honor Flight honoring the veteran. All items taken to Washington would be returned to the family after the trip.

If you are interested in honoring a deceased veteran from your family in this way, please contact Honor Flight Huntington.


The tributes are made to Honor Flight Huntington in memory or in honor of someone who served in the military service.


         in honor of                            contributed by       

       Joseph F. Ford                                                   Joseph F. Ford III and Karen K. Ford
       Earl "Bud" Atkins, Jr.                                         Aaron Hawkins
       Roy Perry (11/2/13 Flight participant)                      Gerald and Ricki Ayer  
       James Foreman                                                 Clare Wischerth


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Amy Johnson 304-634-2393















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