World War II veteran John Parsons of Kingman, left, watches the sun go down with Naval Commander Brent Strong at the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday. Parsons was visiting the memorial as part of the Kansas Honor Flight. Strong grew up next door to Parsons in Kingman and now works at the Pentagon. (Sept. 28, 2010)
World War II veteran John Parsons of Kingman, left, watches the sun go down with Naval Commander Brent Strong at the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday. Parsons was visiting the memorial as part of the Kansas Honor Flight. Strong grew up next door to Parsons in Kingman and now works at the Pentagon. (Sept. 28, 2010) The Wichita Eagle
World War II veteran John Parsons of Kingman, left, watches the sun go down with Naval Commander Brent Strong at the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday. Parsons was visiting the memorial as part of the Kansas Honor Flight. Strong grew up next door to Parsons in Kingman and now works at the Pentagon. (Sept. 28, 2010) The Wichita Eagle

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