JUNE 5, 2019
The Advocate, a popular newspaper in the Capital region, wrote a great article on the eve of the 75th D-Day Anniversary to highlight the Naquin Brother’s trip on our Inaugural Flight!
Check out the article here.
OCTOBER 9, 2018
KALB, in the Alexandria area, caught up with one of our Inaugural Flight Veterans after the trip. Mr. Richard Wolf, a Korean War Air Force Veteran, recounts his time in the war and his time on the Inaugural Flight. We were proud to give him, and all the other Veterans, an incredible welcome home!
The whole article can be found on KALB’s website here!
OCTOBER 5, 2018
Our Chairman, Dillon Mathies, had the honor of sitting down with Korean War Navy Veteran Josephine Salter on the eve of the Inaugural Flight to discuss what the trip means to her. Ms. Salter also recounted her time in the Navy, and looked forward to the next days excitement!
Earl Phelps at WBRZ conducted the video interview, and accompanying article, which can be found here.
OCTOBER 5, 2018
On the eve of our Inaugural Flight, Congressman Garret Graves of Louisiana’s 6th Congressional District sat down to record a message for our Veteran’s, as well as the rest of Louisiana’s Veterans. Thanks Congressman Graves for your support!
SEPTEMBER 20, 2017
Honor Flight Louisiana's initial press release went out this morning to media outlets statewide. The release provided an overview of the organization, as well as plans for the inaugural flight to tentatively take place in May 2018. Click the PDF below to see the full release!
AUGUST 11, 2017
Our friends at Old glory Honor Flight in Appleton, Wisconsin were featured on Fox News Channel this morning! This flight was made especially special given the entire flight was made up of Vietnam War veterans. It just so happened that one of the flight attendants was also a Vietnam War veteran, and was extremely moved to see his "brothers and sisters" being honored.
Watch the video here to see just how much of a moving and emotional event an Honor Flight can be.
JUNE 25, 2017
President Donald J. Trump signed into law the Veteran Affairs Accountability Act on June 23, 2017. During his remarks, President Trump told the incredible story of the birth of the Honor Flight Network. The President went into detail about the Network's founder, Mr. Earl Morse, and of his service in the United States Air Force.
Fittingly, Mr. Morse was in the middle of an Honor Flight operation taking place in Maryland during the President's speech. This dedication is integral in everything the Network does for our Nation's veterans.