Next Honor Flight for Veterans to see war memorials in Washington is Sept. 13

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Honor Flight of Middle Tennessee will make its next flight to Washington DC on Wednesday, September 13, 2017. Free trips, including meals, are provided to any terminally ill veteran, veterans of WW2, and Korean War veterans to see the war memorials and Changing of the Guard Ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington Cemetery and dinner at Fort Meade MD.

Mobility issues or the use of oxygen are not a problem for these trips. Also, a doctor, at least two nurses and Guardians accompany each trip. Bus transportation to and from the Nashville Airport is provided or veterans may meet the group at the airport. Vietnam War veterans with at least a 70% VA disability "Due to Exposure to Agent Orange" may also apply and will be seated as space becomes available.

For a Veteran Application please contact Larry Williams at 931 224-3226 or tennesseans2@blomend.net. For questions or additional information please contact Rob Moreland at 931 224-0610.

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Tax deductible donations to assist in funding these free trips for veterans may be sent to Honor Flight of Middle Tennessee, PO Box 1926, Tullahoma, TN 37388.

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