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Honor Flight: The Movie

April 3, 2013

The Star and Stripes Honor Flight, the program at the center of the film, sponsors all-expenses-paid trips to the WWII Memorial in Washington, D.C., for veterans of World War II, the Korean, and Vietnam wars. The film focuses on a group of WWII veterans taking the trip.

Tuesday, April 9
7 p.m.
Lory Student Center Theatre

Join us for this special movie event featuring a screening of the heartwarming documentary, Honor Flight: The Movie.

The event is free and open to the public.

Come learn more about the Honor Flight mission and the lives they have touched!

We'll have WWII, Korean War and Iraqi War veterans as our honored guests to interact with all in attendance. These local veterans have been honored as guests on previous Honor Flights, where they visited the memorials in Washington D.C.

Meet these brave veterans of World War II

The event, in the Lory Student Center Theater, will include a chance to meet these brave men and view a World War II diorama created by a fellow CSU ram. Attendance is free and donations will be accepted for the local Honor Flight organization in Northern Colorado.  

Refreshments will be available.  

Event is sponsored by: CSU Student Veterans Organization, CSU History Club, CSU Army ROTC, CSU Air Force ROTC, CSU Adulter Learner and Veteran Services, CSU Scabbard and Blade, Security Service Federal Credit Union and CSU President's Office.

Contact: Lieutenant Colonel Channing Moose
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