Honor Flight May 5, 2018 PM

Honor Flight May 5, 2018 PM It was nice to get out to the 9-11 Memorial to meet Stars and Stripes out of Wisconsin. I usually miss them on Saturdays because they go the WWII Memorial last taking advantage of quiet afternoons to have the Memorial to themselves. With the size of their fleet, it's a wise idea. Stars and Stripes has always set big goa...
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Honor Flight: April 28,2018

Fourteen Honor Flights were in Washington, DC on this beautiful Spring and picture-perfect day! I first dropped by the WWII Memorial where I had the opportunity to show the new sample of the HONOR FLIGHT book to the "usual suspects" who are in the book. Honor Flight Syracuse was first in and they had a ceremnony with Honor Flight Maine. In the end...
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Central Missouri Honor Flight April 26, 2018

With the new copies of the new HONOR FLIGHT photo book in hand, I headed down to visit with Central Missouri Honor Flight who is featured in a couple of pages on Arlington Cemetery. It was nice to finally have a finished product. Editing over 70,000 images proved a more difficult task than I had imagined. I am using these blogs to isolate picture f...
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HONOR FLIGHT APRIL 17, 2018

WEEKDAY WARRIORS Today there were three hubs in town. All were escorted by the National Park Police. As my cab neared the WWII Memorial, we were stopped by Honor Flight Layfayette Indiana lead by US Park Police Officer Steve Jones --motorman extraordinaire. The bus drivers and escorts play a delicate and almost acrobatic lunge through town. Co...
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HONOR FLIGHT SUPER SATURDAY APRIL 14, 2018

Over ten Honor Flight hubs streamed into Washington this "Super Saturday" for a beautiful breezy day and 80 degree temps. The Cherry Blossoms were in full bloom and the sky was a radiant blue--picture-perfect Washington, DC. You don't have to live here long to know that means heavy traffic. There were five different events scheduled on the Mall and...
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HONOR FLIGHT CHICAGO APRIL 11, 2018

HONOR FLIGHT CHICAGO April 11, 2018 Life is sweet! When I need a break from DC's endless chatter, I jump on my scooter and get down to the Mall. Visiting with an Honor Flight clarifies my vision of America as it truly is--generous and kind! It also always makes for great pictures! Hopefully Honor Flight will be the movement for which our times wil...
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Honor Flight April 2018 and Cherry Blossoms

The Honor Flight season kicked off to a cold but beautiful beginning with the long-awaited Cherry Blossoms in full bloom. I was able to make a few frames without the crowds. The Mall was in full swing with a cheerleaders, bands, and soccer players around the Washington Monument. Washington is magic in the Spring and the next few weeks are always re...
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DC PHOTO BOOK: THIRD EDITION

It was a great treat to heft the weight of the new DC PHOTO BOOK. At 160 pages and forty new pages of new memorials and monuments, it could easily have been subtitled: "A Veterans Guide to Washington, DC".. The book will be distributed through the studio and through Honor Flight hubs. With the transition from WWII to Korea and Vietnam by most of th...
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Rain or Shine: Honor Flight Chicago's 70th Flight

A gallery of selects from Honor Flight Chicago's May 11, 2016 flight It was an amazing time at the WWII Memorial with 100 veterans, 100 plus guardians, volunteers "The President's Own" United States Marine Band and family members who came to greet their veterans. It's an incredible phenomena and I am delighted to be part of it. The images from toda...
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SUPER SATURDAY APRIL 2, 2016

A rainy morning didn't deter DC Guardians and National Park Service volunteers from getting down to the Memorial. The flights were either behind or ahead of schedule so It's always a pleasure to hang out with like-minded folks and particularly these generous individuals. Dave Nichols, board member of Honor Flight kept the traffic moving on Homeland...
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