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April 25th, 2015
The group on the Korean War Hero Flight take a short break for lunch at the Smithsonian in Washington D.C.
The group will be coming back to Nebraska today.
The veterans on the Korean War Hero Flight are off and running for another wonderful day in our nation's capital. Dean Ash of Arcadia, and Robert and Sondra Foster of Broken Bow tour the Naval Museum.
The veterans and their escorts board a plane at the end of the afternoon for the trip home.
Shannon Cooksley, Ron Beavers and Ann Carr visit the Arlington National Cemetery. Next the group is headed to the Iwo Jima Memorial, the Air Force Memorial and The WWII Memorial.
The Iwo Jima memorial dedicated in 1954, depicts Iwo Jima. For perspective, the statue has a 60 foot flag pole.
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The veterans on the Korean War Hero Flight and their escorts have had quite a morning. The crew spent time at the Korean War Memorial where Congressman Smith joined them. Then they visited the Lincoln Memorial. They also got to spend at the Vietnam Memorial. In the picture is veteran Alfred Kelley and his daughter Karen Stille.
For lunch the veterans and escorts ate at the Army Navy Club. The Club is over 130 years old.
More pictures from their trip can be found on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/CusterCountyChief
Korean War Veteran Ray Kolbo of Callaway and his son-in-law visit the Korean War Memorial.
Ray Kolb is on the Korean War Hero flight which allows veterans the chance to go to Washington D.C. to visit the Korean War Memorial.
The veterans on the Korean War Hero Flight visit the Speaker of the House's balcony.
The Korean War Hero Flight takes tour of the Capitol building in Washington D.C.. They met with Congressman Smith and Senator Fischer.
Senator Ben Sasse greets Korean War Veteran Leonard Peterson of Broken Bow at the gate as he got off the airplane in Washington D.C.
The Korean War Hero Flight left Broken Bow Neb. Wednesday morning at 9:30 AM. The bus carrying the Korean War veterans and their escorts along with The American Legion Riders leading the way drove around the square for a send off.
The Korean War Hero Flight gives veterans the opportunity to go to Washington D.C. to visit the Korean War Memorial.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â€” Craft breweries, cider drinkers and beer aficionados could benefit from alcohol legislation that cleared first-round debate Tuesday in the Nebraska Legislature.
Senators voted 32-3 to advance a measure that would provide a tax credit for brewers who use Nebraska-grown hops and barley; would redefine hard cider as beer, rather than wine; and would allow more restaurants and bars to sell growlersâ€” refillable large bottles â€” of craft beers to customers for off-site consumption.