Ninety veterans are back home in Iowa after an incredible day in Washington, D.C., Tuesday as part of the Eastern Iowa Honor Flight from Cedar Rapids. More>>
Veterans who served during World War II and Korea took the trip of a lifetime. They departed bright and early and spent the day in the nation's capital visiting the memorials. More>>
Honor flight trips are funded entirely through donations and come at no cost to the veteran. A class at Grant Wood Elementary decided they wanted to help. More>>
A flight carrying 84 World War II and Korean veterans left early Tuesday morning from Cedar Rapids heading to the nation's capitol. More>>
Hundreds of family members and friends welcomed about 90 veterans to the Waterloo Regional Airport after returning from an Honor Flight shortly before 10:00 p.m. Tuesday. More>>
"That was during the draft years. They just send you a letter and tell you when you're going to go," said Harold Kruse. "When your number came up, you went."
On Tuesday, the Kruse brothers' numbers came up, but this time it was to Washington, D.C., on the Honor Flight out of Waterloo. More>>
Marilyn Bigelow is proud to be a World War II veteran. She was especially proud in September 2011 when she went on one of the first few Honor Flights out of Waterloo. More>>
The Eastern Iowa Honor Flight's first flight of 2013 will depart from the Eastern Iowa Airport in Cedar Rapids on Tuesday, April 23. More>>
It was a full house at a Marion movie theater Wednesday night in support of our veterans. 200 people bought tickets to see Honor Flight, One Last Mission at Collins Road Theaters. More>>
Mike Wilson and his wife Esther of Cedar Rapids donated $50,000 to Honor Flight.
One veteran on Tuesday's Honor Flight of Greater Dubuque has been living for this very moment. More>>
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