Honor Flight brings home more veterans

Honor Flight brings home more veterans


Honor Flight South Florida, Inc., has organized and successfully executed another flight to honor those men and women who served in WWII, the Korea War, and Vietnam War.


Operation Homecoming went off without a glitch this past Saturday night at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, where 78 veterans came home from Washington, D.C., and were greeted by some 500 well-wishers.


Among the people in attendance was combat veteran and congressional candidate Michael Bluemling, Jr., who is seen here greeting a veteran.

Here are some more pictures from the event sponsored by Spirit Airlines.



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