Villages Honor Flight

Lake, Sumter, Marion, Citrus and Hernando Counties, FL


All They Did Was Save The World


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The WWII Memorial in Washington, DC (opened in 2004) was built to honor the 16 million Americans who served during World War II.  But most WWII veterans have not seen their memorial and many do not have the means or ability to do so ... until now. 

The Honor Flight Network is a  national network of non-profit organizations dedicated to transporting as many US military veterans as possible to see their Washington, DC area memorials at no cost to the veterans.  Only war-service vets are eligible at this time.  The current focus is WWII veterans and any war-service veteran with a terminal illness.

We do not have much time to accomplish our mission

Villages Honor Flight (VHF) is the local chapter serving the Central Florida counties of Lake, Sumter, Marion, Citrus and Hernando.

 

Veteransclick here to download an application to fly with us

Everyone:  you can help by volunteering (lots of opportunities) or by donating (every dollar helps)

 

On 02-Nov-2013, Villages Honor Flight  completed its 7th and final mission for 2013.  To date, Villages Honor Flight has taken over 250 WWII veterans to DC to see their memorial.

 

The first mission in 2014 will be Sunday, 27-Apr-2014

In 2014 we will double the size of all flights to 50 vets and 50 guardians

26-May-2012

26-Jun-2012

23-Sep-2012

26-Mar-2013

27-Apr-2013

25-May-2013

22-Jun-2013

08-Sep-2013

 

05-Oct-2013

02-Nov-2013

 

 

 

Date Last Updated:  18-Jan-2014

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