Honor Flight #50: October 31, 2019

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22 thoughts on “Honor Flight #50: October 31, 2019

  1. Susan Hart says:

    I come from a family rich in military history. While I never served myself, I was born in an military hospital in Germany as my father served in the Army. My son is an USAF veteran.
    I would be overwhelming honored to assist a veteran on an Honor Flight. I am passionate about service and believe that no one deserves to be served more than our WWII and Vietnam Veterans.
    I am confident that I will be able to raise the money to cover my cost. Please send me detailed cost information also that I may get started saving!

  2. Kenneth McCone says:

    Please send information on how I can sign up for the next Quad Cities Honor Flight. Thank You and God Bless, Kenneth McCone USN Korea Veteran

  3. leann jacques says:

    was interested on how to get my father information he a vet

  4. Albeno a Bianchi says:

    I m a Vietnam name veteran who spent two tours of duty in Vietnam name as I was an E-5 and I was in the Seabees my rate was equipment operator . I spent two months in country thank you again for your service to veterans from all wars

  5. Libbey says:

    I love that you offer the flightless version of this locally. Is there another one planned? I would love to share this with my 92 year old grandpa (WWII vet).

    1. Cecil Fuhlman says:

      At this time we are not doing the flightless version of Honor Flight. Sorry

  6. Lori Rowe says:

    I would love to gey my dad on a flight. He was a pilot in the Air Force and flew missions in Vietnam

    1. Cecil Fuhlman says:

      All you need to do is print out the application from this web site. Fill it out and send in to the address listed in the application. You will also need to send in a copy of your DD214.

  7. Lori Rowe says:

    I would love to get my dad on an honor flight. He was a pilot in the Air Force groom 1953-1978 and flew missions in Vietnam.

    1. Cecil Fuhlman says:

      All you need to do is print out the application from this web site. Fill it out and send in to the address listed in the application. You will also need to send in a copy of your DD214.

  8. Lori Simon-Rowe says:

    My father served as a pilot in the Vietnam War as well as over 20 years in the Air Force. I would like to get him on an Honor Flight but at this point he doesn’t know anything about it. He would absolutely love this honor. My father is Roy Anthony Simon and he is 83 years old and very active still.

    1. Cecil Fuhlman says:

      All you need to do is print out the application from this web site. Fill it out and send in to the address listed in the application. You will also need to send in a copy of your DD214.

  9. david ketelsen says:

    i would like a application for a korean war veteran

  10. Joyce Hughes says:

    My husband is a Vietnam Veteran and I am wondering if there is still space available on Honor Flight #46. He would need a wheel chair for most of the trip. Our son would be willing to go with him if necessary. .

  11. Karan Ahlberg says:

    Thank each and everyone of you for your service to our country. May God bless each of you many times over.

  12. Stephanie Roddy-Check says:

    Is it too late for 2 gaurdians the trip Oct. 25,2018?

  13. Lori Wedekind says:

    I need to no where to go to meet the flight Thursday night and what time.

  14. Cheryl Massey says:

    Please give me updates for this flights time of arrival.

    1. Cecil Fuhlman says:

      The flights usually arrive back in the Quad Cities around 10:00pm

  15. Traci Perce says:

    I am so proud of our service men and women. Especially one on the Honor flight leaving today from the Quad Cities. John Perez. Have a great time and a safe trip!!

  16. Kenneth Logel says:

    I have a flag that you can use for next year flight

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