For Up to Date Program Information visit www.utahhonorflight.org
Mike Turner, HF Volunteer, (435) 979-7067 (8-5pm Mtn Time) Email: email@example.com
Dan Curtis, HF Volunteer, (620) 786-9896 (5-10PM Mtn Time), Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications:Veteran Application (click here)
Accepting Veterans From The Following Era’s:
Dec. 7, 1941 to Dec. 31, 1946 (World War II) Priority is given to WWII Vets
June 25, 1950 to Jan. 31, 1955 (Korean War)
Feb. 28, 1961 to May 7, 1975 (Vietnam War)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Oct 24, 2013
HONOR FLIGHT NETWORK WHEELS UP OCTOBER 30
First Tour of Honor for Utah WWII Veterans
Richfield, Utah October 24, 2013 — Panoramaland Honor Flight of Utah, a local hub of the Honor Flight National program (http://www.honorflight.org), has organized the first Honor Flight for Utah’s veterans to Washington. WWII era veterans and their guardians will spend three days visiting the nation’s memorials dedicated to honor their service and sacrifices.
Two teams will be leaving on Tuesday, October 30. Team 1 Alpha, consisting of 42 WWII veterans and their guardians, will depart from the Salt Lake City Airport at 7:05 am. Team 1 Bravo, with 14 individuals will depart the Las Vegas Airport at 6:00 am. The Salt Lake flight returns on Friday November 1 at 1:45 pm, and the St. George contingent should arrive in St. George about 7:30 pm. Members of the press and public are encouraged to help send off and welcome home these brave men who served our nation. Please be at the Southwest Airlines, Terminal 1 airport at 6:00 am. on October 30, and 1:45 on November 1 to welcome them home.
The Utah Honor Flight Committee is a grassroots efforts led by Dan Curtis, who organized similar flights in Kansas. In just a few short weeks a committee was formed and veterans signed up. “We need everyone’s help to find and bring the remaining WWII Vets living here in Utah to go and see their memorials, before it is too late”, said Dan Curtis. “Our World War II vets are dying at a rate of just over 600 a day. Only 1.2 million veterans remain of the 16 million who served our nation. Most have never seen the beautiful memorial built in their honor on the Nation’s Mall. There is no greater feeling that seeing the smiles – and tears – on these heroes faces, and to know we have given them a powerful and healing gift.”
Donations made me made through the Community Foundation of Utah, www.utahcf.org
Donations may be made at any local Zions Bank (Panoramaland Honor Flight of Utah), mailed to PO Box 242 Richfield, Utah 84701, or online at www.utahcf.org, mailed to Community Foundation of Utah, 423 West 800 South, Suite A101, Salt Lake City Utah 84101, or . All checks should be made to the Panoramaland Foundation with Honor Flights in the memo.
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