Honor Flight seeking Rochester veterans for trips this year
Rochester, N.Y. (WHAM)- Honor Flight is looking for veterans to visit their memorials in Washington, D.C.
Honor Flight Rochester has taken over 2,000 men and women veterans from the Greater Rochester area on 54 well-deserved Honor Flight missions to visit their memorials in the nation’s capitol.
Any World War II, Korean War (1950-53), Cold War (1946-64), and Vietnam-era veterans are invited to go on the all-expenses paid Honor Flight mission to Washington D.C. During the two-day, weekend Honor flight, veterans visit the World War II, Korean War, and Vietnam War memorials as well as stopping at Arlington National Cemetery. HFR covers the costs of food, air fare and hotels.
“The men and women who answered our country’s call during those tense times are deserving of our admiration,” said HFR Co-founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors Peter J. Glennon, Esq. (Major, Ret. USAF). “They stood their posts in the United States and in foreign lands to preserve freedom. We want to take them on an Honor Flight to thank them for their service.”
Veterans can apply for an Honor Flight online at Honor Flight Rochester.org. Paper applications are available through U.S Mail by leaving a voicemail with your name at address at (585)-210-2115.