Honor Flight is a national network of local “hubs” dedicated to taking every veteran who is willing and able to Washington, D.C. to see their Memorial. Currently, the focus is on World War II veterans due to their age and the fact that the WWII Memorial didn’t open until 2004.
Foundation Services of Central Florida, Ocala is proud to be a three-year sponsor of the Ocala Honor Flight, dedicated to honoring our local veterans by transporting them annually to the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. We owe them a debt of gratitude and the gift of remembrance.
The images and accounts in these articles illustrate the importance of Honor Flight for our World War II Veterans. These aging War Heroes might not otherwise have been able to go to Washington, D.C. to see their Memorial, which only opened in 2004, due either to finances or health.
Ocala Honor Guard presents Honor Flight wreath at Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Great reception for the vets coming home to Ocala. Bill grabs a kiss.
By allyHM (Brutally Honest’s newest guest blogger)… I was blessed and privileged to fly on Mission IV with Ocala Honor Flight…
The Sinkhole Pros at Foundation Services Honor our Veterans and hope you enjoy the photos of their adventure.
Will you help in 2013? Why not sponsor or participate in the FUNdraisers held throughout the year in the Ocala area?
Learn More at Ocala Honor Flight
“Of everyone we talked to, they gave us the most reassuring feeling and walked us step by step through the process… Not only was the work performed efficiently and with the utmost care and concern for our home, but the crew was outstanding. They were polite, cordial and always careful in cleaning up after themselves, and we never felt intruded upon.”