13 thoughts on “Honor Flight #49: September 12, 2019

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  2. The first mission of 2017 for the Great River Honor Flight program departed from Hannibal LaGrange University early Thursday morning, but their return home was delayed. LeRoy Leonard, a Pike County, Illinois, native, Vietnam Air Force veteran, and former Illinois State Trooper was laid to rest Wednesday.

  3. Would love for my 82 year old dad to be able to participate in the honor flight. He is a veteran of the Korea and Vietnam wars, proudly serving in the navy. He recently list the love of his life, after 53 years of marriage and it was my moms dream to see dad go on the honor flight. My sister and I would really like my moms last wish to come true in hopes it would give dad something to look forward to. He’s an amazing man.

  4. Hello! I am inquiring for information on how to possibly get my grandfather onto this honor flight. Thank you!

  5. What time should people be at airport for return trips on 31 Aug & 1 Nov. Am trying to get a group to go out there

  6. Request Information on times for the departure and return for the August 31 flight. COL Hoyle would like to be there for at least the departure or the return, but need times to schedule.

  7. I would like to meet a friend when he returns on this honor flight.

    Do you know the appropriate time of its return to the Quad City Airport on the night of August 31, 2017.

  8. Hello, I am interested in doing this and was wondering if you were full for this flight. My grandfather was in WWII and passed away without doing something like this. I would like to support another vet with this experience. Thanks

    1. Sorry for the late response.

      If you would like to go as a Guardian all you need to do is print out the application for a guardian fill it out ans send to the address indicated on the form. Guardians are selected in the order that we receive applications. there is a wait before you would be able to go. There is a $400 donation that is required before you would go. You do not pay until you are selected to go.

      Thank You for your interest,
      Cecil Fuhlman

  9. I am interested in going on this flight. I am a Nayy veteran of 1964 1968. Wonder what is the cost and if this flight is full, also my brother I law Navy veteran also may be interested. Thanks Harold Polenske.

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