Flag City Honor Flight would like to thank Tuffy Tire and Auto Center of Findlay along with owners John & Rhonda Firestone for their $500 donation today. Board member Bob Weinberg presented the Firestone’s a beautiful plaque to show our appreciation for their continued support of Flag City Honor Flight and our veterans. Local

Flag City Honor Flight would like to thank Crystal Dye of Buddy’s Outings for hosting a golf scramble at the Fostoria County Club recently. They raised $1000 for Flag City Honor Flight to send another veteran to Washington D.C. to see the memorials built in their honor. We would to thank all the teams, volunteers

The 4th flight of Flag City Honor Flight (FCHF), the Findlay-based hub of the National Honor Flight Network, took place on Tuesday, June 3, 2014. A total of 31 WWII veterans, 45 Korean War veterans, and one veteran of the Vietnam War (plus guardians) journeyed to Washington D.C. to visit the nation’s landmark war memorials.

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Letters to the Editor 6-9-14

Monday, 09 June 2014 by

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED On June 3, I had the honor and the pleasure to accompany Norval Knouse and 75 other WWII, Korean and Vietnamese Veterans on the Flag City Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. Although it was a very long day, it was filled with warm feelings and support by the Honor Flight guardians and volunteers

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Letters to the Editor 6-6-14

Friday, 06 June 2014 by

A LONG, BUT GREAT DAY June 3 was a long day for many people. For some it began before 2 a.m. and did not end until 3 a.m. June 4.| But there was not a word of negativity nor selfish whining among those who worked tirelessly to make this special day happen for those participating

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Thursday, 05 June 2014 by

Earl Morse may have cried, too, had he been at Toledo Airport late Tuesday night as the 70 or so World War II and Korean War vets slowly disembarked from the jet from Washington. They were exhausted from a whirlwind Honor Flight tour of war memorials and cemeteries. But if they were tired, they didn’t

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TOLEDO — Dozens of veterans embarked on a journey to see their war memorials in our nation’s capitol on Tuesday, marking the fourth flight of the Flag City Honor Flight. The Findlay-based hub of the National Honor Flight Network planned the day for 77 veterans from the Findlay-area… Click here to keep reading…  

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