SPOKANE, Wash. — Some of our native veterans are taking an honor battle to Washington D.C. for the primary Inland Northwest Honor Flight journey in two years.
Inland Northwest Honor Flight’s mission is to move Inland Northwest conflict veterans to Washington D.C. to go to these memorials devoted to honor their service and sacrifices.
This is the primary honor flight that’s been capable of occur since October 2019.
The journey takes 100 native veterans to go to the memorials.
Checking in will start early the morning of Monday, April 25, then at 6:30am on the Alaska-Airlines baggage declare space, a pre-flight ceremony will happen.
It is to pay tribute to 12 veterans who’ve handed away since first being referred to as for this flight in 2020 and 12 others who’re now not capable of make the journey.
The veterans will return from this journey tomorrow on Tuesday, April 26 at 7:30 p.m.
The neighborhood is invited to see them off and welcome them dwelling!
To observe the veterans on their journey and keep updated on their return to Spokane, see the Inland Northwest Honor Flight Facebook web page.
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