In June 1950, Roger Schulrud of Wausau and Billy Fergot of Edgar enlisted in the United States military. They went to boot camp together and then parted ways, fighting in the Korean and Vietnam Wars.
62 years later they were reunited by surprise on the eighth flying of the Never Forgotten Honor Flight in Washington, D.C. More>>
Airman Daniel Haag of Boulder Junction in Vilas County served as a Mechanics Specialist in the United States Air Force during the Korean War.
"We often talked and said Dad, if you weren't working on those aircraft more men would have died, the war could have been longer" Haag's daughter Wendi Neupert told Newsline 9, sitting beside the Korean War Memorial. More>>
MOSINEE (WAOW) -- It's been more than six decades since Gordan Rheinschmidt steered a ship in the Pacific Ocean. More>>
"Let us never forget." More>>
Seeing the World War II monument in Washington was a dream come true for Ray Plenge of Wisconsin Rapids, but his Honor Flight trip was also a chance to work towards another dream. More>>
Clarence and James Decker of Colby traveled to Washington D.C. on the Never Forgotten Honor Flight to visit the monuments, but also to visit a fallen family member. Robert H. Decker, Clarence's son and James' older brother lost his life in the Vietnam War. More>>
Never Forgotten Honor Flight serves 12 counties in Northern Wisconsin. It allows World War II veterans to see the monuments built in their honor in Washington, DC. More>>
Veterans on the Never Forgotten Honor Flight have returned from Washington, D.C. More>>