Sep 27, 2011

World War II Veterans take wing

Veterans of World War II took wing on Sept. 24, flying to Washington DC to see the WWII memorial that honors their sacrifice. The trip, sponsored and paid for by Honor Flights of Southeast Florida, took 85 elderly heroes on this once-in-lifetime trip. Among them, 91-year-old Abe, a Pearl Harbor survivor and a resident of Aventura. Thanks to Abe and all our veterans for their service. See the photos below.

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 One little girl greets Abe on his return to Palm Beach International Airport.
Abe, 85, survived the attack on Pearl Harbor

Abe in the military in the 1940s

Abe and a young visitor to the WW II memorial

Former Senator Bob Dole chats with Honor Flight participants

1 comment:

Greeley Lawyers said...

That's a great relief for veterans. Good to know there is someone who sponsored their trips.

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