Kansas Honor Flight participants will be mostly Korean War veterans from now on, as opposed to the World War II vets who made up a majority of participants previously.
Kansas Honor Flight participants will be mostly Korean War veterans from now on, as opposed to the World War II vets who made up a majority of participants previously. The Wichita Eagle
Kansas Honor Flight participants will be mostly Korean War veterans from now on, as opposed to the World War II vets who made up a majority of participants previously. The Wichita Eagle

Korean War vets now making up majority on Honor Flights

May 13, 2014 10:46 AM

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