It is such a touching fact and a good way to make sure these un sung heroes of yesterday at least get a good send off that would stay in all our minds and make us remember all these are build upon their hard work and sweat. http://www.qspray.com
To Staff of Flight Chicago:
I am extremely grateful for the opportunity of being chosen and accepted to be able to view the Veteran's Memorial. The memories that I have will be with me for the rest of my life! Colleen Macquire and Kara Goff were extremely helpful to me during my trip.
Taking my dad to DC was a hilite for me this year. I want to thank all the folks at Honor Flight Chicago, Southwest Airlines and all the military folks that made the dad special for my dad and all the wwii vets.
My Dad, Hubert "Huey" Hawbecker described the Honor Flight as "magnificent, wonderful and the best day of his young life." As we waited at Midway Airport to welcome him and all the other veterans back home, we were overwhelmed by the displays of pride and gratitude shown to each and every WWII veteran as well as to all of the military personnel and volunteers. We, his family, are forever grateful for the many people who made this event possible and who give their time and talent so unselfishly. God bless America!!
The Family of Robert Agramonte(non-registered)
To hear my Dad say that this was one of the best experiences of his life only begins to describe the impact that this program has had on my 90 year old father, Bob Agramonte. I want to express my heartfelt thanks and appreciation for all the many volunteers who worked so hard to make sure that each and every veteran felt honored on this day. I can hardly describe the events of the day without emotion and will spread the word to others in the hopes that their family members who served should be recognized in this way. It is a blessing in so many ways and especially to the men and women of WWII, many of whom are only now beginning to truly share the experiences that they had during the war. For them, and their families, thank you so very much for making a veteran feel like his service was worthy.