Never Forgotten Honor Flight en Honor Flight Returns To Washington D.C. <p>The next flight of veterans being taken to Washington, D.C. to see the monuments to their military service&nbsp;leaves Monday morning&nbsp;from Central Wisconsin Airport in Mosinee.</p><p>The Never Forgotten Honor Flights program flies veterans and caregivers to Washington, D.C. for a one-day experience.</p><p>Co-founder Jim Campbell says this is the 15th Never Forgotten Honor Flight....</p><blockquote><p><i><u>" date, we have taken 1, 314 veterans on Monday(4/14) we have 85 veterans from World War II, Korea and a Viet Nam vet..."</u></i></p> Sun, 13 Apr 2014 23:13:00 +0000 Ken Krall 16846 at Honor Flight Returns To Washington D.C. Honor Flight to Take Place As Planned <p>One group that had a close eye on the federal government shutdown was the Never Forgotten Honor Flight organization. The group flies northern and central Wisconsin veterans to their service memorials in Washington, D.C.&nbsp;</p><p>The government shutdown halted federal workers from helping at the sites. Co-Founder Jim Campbell says they were going to fly the mostly Korean War vets to the nation&#39;s capitol even if the shutdown dragged on. With the government back up and running, the flight will proceed as planned.</p><p>Campbell spoke with Ken Krall about next Monday&#39;s flight.</p> Thu, 17 Oct 2013 19:33:17 +0000 Ken Krall 9444 at Honor Flight to Take Place As Planned