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2023 Veterans Honor Flight of ND/MN to take off again in April

The Honor Flight will take about 90 veterans from World War II and the Korean and Vietnam wars to Washington, D. C.

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Vietnam veteran Dennis Johnson, of Enderlin, North Dakota, is welcomed home by hundreds of people including the Red River Valley Veteran Concert Band on Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2022, to Hector International Airport, Fargo, following a three-day trip to Washington, D.C., on an Honor Flight.
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FARGO — The Veterans Honor Flight of ND/MN has announced there will be a spring flight in April.

The Honor Flight will depart Hector International Airport on Sunday, April 30, and return Tuesday, May 2. The flight will have approximately 90 veterans on board from World War II and the Korean and Vietnam wars.

The Veterans Honor Flight of ND/MN is a nonprofit, 100% volunteer organization that takes veterans to Washington, D.C., free of charge to visit the memorials built in their honor.

Any veteran from eastern North Dakota or northwest Minnesota who served before May 7, 1975, and would like to apply to go on a flight can go to https://veteranshonorflightofndmn.org to download an application.

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