What Can Veterans Expect To See on a Kansas Honor Flight?
During the course of their 3-day trip, they will visit many memorials and other sites as a group, taken to and from their hotel by charter bus. Visits to various sites are somewhat tentative due to weather and other conditions. Some of the sites visited may include these below:
World War II Memorial
Honoring the 16 million who served and over 400,000 who died. Click here for more information about this memorial.
United States Marine Corps Memorial
“In honor and in memory of the men of the United States Marine Corps who have given their lives to their country since November 10, 1775.” Click here for more information about this memorial.
US Air Force Memorial
The memorial means many things to many people. But it is, and will always remain, a place dedicated to the men and women who dedicated their lives to the defense of freedom through their service in our Air Force. Click here for more information about this memorial.
Arlington National Cemetery
Honor. Remember. Explore. Click here for more info about Arlington National Cemetery.
Meals & Fellowship
Kansas Honor Flight veterans enjoy specially served meals together, making friends and sharing stories of their time in the service.
As time and weather permit, Kansas Honor Flight veterans enjoy participating in and witnessing various ceremonies.