PHOTOS: Honor Flight San Diego 2021
SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- Here are some photos from Honor Flight San Diego's trip to Washington D.C.
Three Marines shared a bond at Iwo Jima MonumentPhoto by: KGTV Tom Cox (left) works at the Pentagon. He found out Bob Brown, a WWII vet, graduated from the same high school as him. He flew a flag over the Pentagon in Bob's honor then gave it to him. Bob is the oldest vet on the flight at 104.Photo by: KGTV Two sailors shared a bond at the National Navy Yard Museum (U.S. Navy Museum in Washington, D.C.)Photo by: KGTV Harry Hunt, ABC 10News Kimberly Hunt's father, reflects at the Korean Memorial.Photo by: KGTV Two Vietnam veterans share a moment after walking the wall at the Vietnam Memorial.Photo by: KGTV Group photo of the 94 veterans, their guardians, and team leaders at the WWII Memorial.Photo by: KGTV ABC 10News Kimberly Hunt and her father Harry, a Korean War veteran.Photo by: KGTV Red Team at the Air Force Memorial.Photo by: KGTV San Diego Honor Flight at the Air Force Memorial.Photo by: KGTV This veteran was at Iwo Jima and says he saws this flag on the hill with his own eyes during WWII.Photo by: KGTV The women of the trip took a detour to the Women in Military Memorial, where all six of them received special honors.Photo by: KGTV The amazing and stylish Honor Flight San Diego Motorcycle Escort who guided the veterans through the streets of Maryland.Photo by: KGTV Mail Call! Veterans received mail from friend, family and strangers during the flight to D.C.Photo by: KGTV Mail Call! Veterans received letters from friends, family and strangers on the flight to D.C.Photo by: KGTV San Diego Honor FlightPhoto by: KGTV ABC 10News Kimberly Hunt and her father, Harry Hunt, a Korean War veteran.Photo by: KGTV These two women instantly bonded because they were both Navy Waves during WWII. They may have served on different coasts, but they felt an immediate connection.Photo by: KGTV ABC 10News Leah Pezzetti interviewing a WWII veteran at the WWII memorial in Washington D.C.Photo by: KGTV