Thank you to everyone who has supported our Honor Flight Missions this year. Your dedication to our Nation’s heroes is to be commended.
For our Veterans who are unable to fly, “Honor Flight at Home” is scheduled for Saturday, January 23, 2016.
Please contact April Dennis at 727-771-5995 for more information about this afternoon program honoring our Veterans.
Our next flights to Washington, D.C. are scheduled for Spring, 2016.
If you are a Veteran and interested in joing us on an upcoming misison, please complete and submit your application.
If you are interested in becoming a guardian and sharing in the experience of a lifetime, please complete and submit your application.
The amazing Alan, our 8 year old Super Hero has raised over $30,000.00 for Honor Flight of West Central Florida through his Super Hero Fun Runs.
Congratulations Alan! Keep up the good work.
Honor Flight Mission 24 War Era veterans visiting Washington, D.C. monuments.
See Mission videos and photos on our Honor Flight of West Central Florida Facebook page!
- Veterans Flown: 1,806 to their Memorials in Washington D.C.
- Flights completed: 24
- Veterans Honored at Home: 64 Veterans
- Years of service: 4
- In 2011, our inaugural year, with significant support from corporate sponsors and individual donors, we completed four Honor Flights.
- In 2012 we completed four, in 2013 completed seven and in 2014 we completed four.
With an estimated 32,000 WWII Veterans living in the West Central Florida area, we have a huge challenge. We need continued support from grateful Americans like yourselves, and the generous participation of area corporations to honor these War Era Veterans with a tour to D.C. in the manner they deserve.
PRIORITY – Top priority is given to WWII Veterans and terminally ill Veterans that have not yet visited their memorial.
PLEASE NOTE: We schedule our veterans first in and first out. We currently have over 300 WWII Veterans on our waiting list. Once flown, we will begin to fly our Korean War Veterans followed by Vietnam Veterans and continue in chronological order of conflict. They all have given so much and it is time we show them that their efforts are not forgotten. Please consider donating, volunteering, and/or accompanying a Veteran to D.C. as their Guardian. It will be a lifetime memory for you.