How can I fully express my thanks to you for such a wonderful Freedom Flight. I know you and many others spent hundreds of hours planning the flight. It was a once in a lifetime experience you made possible for WWII veterans such as me. Being photographed at the Iwo Jima Memorial was especially meaningful because I was standing about six feet from Joe Rosenthal when he took his famous flag raising picture. Thanks again for such a wonderful trip.

Clyde J., 24 May 2011


 

A very sincere wholehearted thank you to all who were involved in the WWII Freedom Flight to Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, May 24, 2011. I was well aware of the tremendous amount of preparation and work-hours that it took to bring this operation to a successful conclusion—and indeed it definitely was successful! I was overwhelmed with the entire trip especially with the time spent at the WWII memorial and getting to shake the hand of Senator Bob Dole who himself was a veteran of WWII. I feel very fortunate to have been chosen to be a part of this Freedom Flight as I will be 90 years old July 8 of this year. The flight will be a memory I will always cherish and never forget! A very grateful WWII combat veteran.

Harry K., 24 May 2011


 
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If you or someone you know is a World War II veteran or a veteran with a terminal illness, please fill out and send in this application.
If you are interested in volunteering your time to escort veterans to the World War II Memorial in Washington D.C., please fill out and send in this application.