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​Kansas Honor Flight departing on first trip of 2013


HUTCHINSON — Honor Flights are still going on in Kansas, and 27 World War II veterans will be headed to Washington, D.C., Wednesday morning.
They’ll be flying from Wichita and Kansas City courtesy of the Hutchinson-based Kansas Honor Flight program, for an expense-paid two-night stay in the nation’s capital. Kansas Honor Flight President Mike VanCampen said the latest flight includes some veterans who applied as far back as 2008 through the Central Prairie Honor Flight program.
Central Prairie Honor Flight operated out of Great Bend until it lost its national affiliation in 2012. Kansas Honor Flights formed a ...


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