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Blue Ridge Honor Flight takes more vets to D.C. next month

Honor Flight partners with Asheville Regional Airport to make these trips happen. Spaces are open now for the September 30, 2017 trip. Veterans and guardians interested in going can apply at blueridgehonorflight.com. (Photo credit: WLOS staff)

Blue Ridge Honor Flight prepares to take another group of veterans to Washington D.C. next month.

Airport Marking Director Tina Kinsey said “It’s always an honor for us to help make the whole experience memorable and comfortable for our veterans.”

Those who served in World War II and Korea, and also Vietnam vets with life-limiting illnesses, get to visit the memorials that pay tribute to them and the soldiers who never came home.

Honor Flight partners with Asheville Regional Airport to make these trips happen.

Spaces are open now for the September 30, 2017 trip.

Veterans and guardians interested in going can apply here.

For more information about how to get involved in Blue Ridge Honor Flight, make a donation, or learn more about the organization, visit the Blue Ridge Honor Flight website or Facebook page.

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