Four World War II, seven Korean War and 29 Vietnam War veterans went on the 10th Show Me Honor Flight to Washington, D.C., on Tuesday to see the war memorials. Board members and numerous escorts went on the flight with them.
From left, Korean War veterans Howard Aldredge, Foster McGuire, Jim Bales, Tom Powell, Raymond Tennill, Kenneth Satterwhite and Woody Meyer stand in front of the Korean War Memorial in Washington, D.C.
World War II veteran Morris Stober, of Sweet Springs, is thanked for his service by a man and his two young sons at the World War II Memorial. Stober and four of his brothers all served in the military. He went on the Honor Flight to honor them.
Dean Eichenberger, of Saverton, searches for his buddy, Jay, on the Vietnam Wall. He’s not sure whether he survived the war or not.
Robert Vaughan, of Green Ridge, brought a piece of paper with 24 names on it and searched for them on the Vietnam Wall.
From left, World War II veterans Morris Stober, Johnnie Holem, Wilbur Henny and Ward Golston pose in front of the fountains at the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.