Honor Flight Program Flies WWII Vets to D.C. Memorial

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Cameron Gray and John Popp speak with Retired Air Force Captain Earl Morse who founded the Honor Flight Program to take World War II veterans to see their memorial in Washington, D.C. free of charge and with the care they need. Morse says the program began with a handful of planes in 2005 but has expanded to include 23 states and 106 cities with hundreds of volunteers across the country dedicated to honoring and caring for these American heroes. Originally aired 8/23/2011.