Franklin County Honor Flight.


Honoring Those Who Served

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St. Louis KSDK Channel 5 story about Franklin County Honor Flight’s 60th trip to Washington DC!

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Thank you - O’ville parks and recHappy Veterans Day!

Did you know?...The Honor Flight Network was formed in 2005 by Jeff Miller and Earl Morse with a mission of honoring our nation’s veterans by bringing them to Washington, DC to visit the memorials and monuments dedicated to their service and sacrifice. Since its formation, the Honor Flight Network has taken more than 245,000 veterans to Washington D.C. Today, the Honor Flight Network is currently comprised of over 128 hubs throughout the country dedicated to carrying out the Honor Flight mission and the Network, as a whole, serves over 22,000 veterans each year.

Franklin County Honor Flight- Missouri is our local hub and their website is

OPRD staff want to thank the brave men and women who have served or are currently serving! Thank you for your sacrifices!

City of Owensville City Hall and offices are CLOSED today (11/11/22) in observance of Veterans Day. #veteransday2022

(Photo was taken at The Changing of the Guard in October 2014 with an Honor Flight watching in the background.)
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Did you know that this chapter was the first west of this Mississippi? Yup, it’s true. In fact we helped to establish the Greater St Louis chapter after we paved the way!

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When I did the Honor Flight with my dad about eight years ago, it not only became one of the very, most significant memories of his life but mine as well. I miss him everyday. Thank you!

Awesome job guys it's such a honor to know some of the people who volunteer for the Honor Flight. Totally humbled

Thank you Honor Flight! SO glad my dad got to do this several years ago.

See you all tonight

Thank you all for your service!

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