Well it is nice to make a list of people who has served and dedicated their lives for all the years they were in their duties. This would encourage a lot of people to do their work in a similar manner. http://www.qspray.com
Wow, what a wonderful day for dad and I. I am so happy I was able to share this day with my dad. We will both have wonderful memories of this day the rest of our lives. We both enjoyed the day so much and it is so heart warming to see the reaction from the people at each stop we made. Young and old alike were so gracious to wonderful veterans, some not knowing about Honor Flight were asking questions at the WWII Memorial. There were many tears, smiles and memories on this wonderful day. So refreshing to see the young kids thank our Vets for their service. I can not say enough about the wonderful people connected with Honor Flight from the time we arrived at Midway Airport at 4 a.m. until we returned after 9 p.m. Each volunteer was so helpful and made our men and ladies feel so special. The homecoming at Midway is so wonderful. From Chicago to Washington D.C. and back to Chicago anyone and everyone having a hand in this day THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart for making dads' day so special.
Words cannot express just how grateful I am to each and everyone that made.... and make this such a success for all our WWII Veterans!! I have had the privilege of seeing first hand how wonderful, unbelievable, emotional this experience is. My father-in-law was so very lucky to have been on the July 11, 2012 Honor Flight Chicago!! This will not only have been one of his most incredible trips of a lifetime, but one overwhelming, proud, emotional, heart felt, so very grateful to so many men and women for truly making our world, THE HOME OF THE BRAVE AND LAND OF THE FREE!!! I can never truly thank you enough? I wish that each and every WWII Veteran will be able to experience this memorable time they so truly do deserve!! I thank each and every man and women that have and is serving our country and pray to God to keep them safe!!! God Bless them and God Bless America!!!
Grandpa Amos Roberts had the best time on his Honor Flight on July 11, 2012. He'll never forget the wonderful trip and all the fantastic volunteers who made it so very special for him. Thanks to all who donate, organize, and help in making our veterans feel so honored and remembered for their service. Cate
Betty Boese (non-registered)(non-registered)
I am so proud of those who served our country in WWII. I feel especially blessed to have my brother-in-law Donald Skelton on the Honor Flight Chicago. A very special thanks to all the volinteers who put this program together. There is also special graditude to those who went as companions to help our vets. My nephew Todd went with as his dad's companion and I know it was an honor for him too.
Bless all of you who fought and came and Bless the loved ones who did not make this special journey on the Honor Flight.