Central Florida’s WWII Veteran Stories

On January 7th, 2012 four of our board members met with 16 of the Central Florida WWII Veterans who are on our waiting list. We have over 75 WWII Veterans on that list and more coming in every day with an average age of 88.

Our October 7th, 2012 flight preparations are underway. Every WWII Veteran is assigned a Guardian to assist them through out the flight. Your participation as a Guardian will be a memorable experience as you visit the WWII Memorial with a veteran who served in WWII. We also visit Arlington Cemetery to see the Changing of the Guard Ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. We stop at the IWO Jima, Korean and Vietnam Memorials during our day trip to Washington, D.C.

Download your Guardian Application Today for our 2013 Flight Season

Email us today at honorflightcentralflorida@gmail.com to request a speaker to your group.

What Is Our Mission?

One of Honor Flight Central Florida Board Members, Allen Wilson, produced a moving video of his Honor Flight trip documenting East Central Florida’s June 2011 trip to Washington, D.C. His experience inspired our group in Central Florida to start our own hub. You are about to see what our mission is about in this video.

This is from East Central Florida’s September 25th, 2011 flight