Honor flight will begin taking more veterans to Washington D.C.
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HEBRON, Ky. - A group of Tri-State veterans will get the trip of a lifetime during their Honor Flight Tuesday.
The group will be making a trip to Washington, D.C. through Honor Flight Tri-State.
The group left the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport at 8 a.m. The flight returns at 10:15 p.m.
Honor Flight Tri-State is a non-profit organization. It says, its sole mission is to fly as many World War II and Korean War Veterans to their memorial in Washington, D.C. as possible at no cost to the veteran.
In 2011, Honor Flight Tri-State flew 365 veterans on five separate charter flights from CVG to thank them for their service.
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