Arlington National Cemetery
For a weary, emotional and grateful Donald Buska, it was mission accomplished.
Cherry trees blossom at Arlington National Cemetery while the Big Sky Honor Flight visited on Monday.
WWII Navy submarine engine mechanic Tom Kamp strolls by the gravestones Arlington National Cemetery with escort Benjamin Tyrell.
WASHINGTON — June Haigh dug out his green wool Marine Corps dress cover hat from a drawer where it had rested for 40 years as he packed for the trip to Washington, D.C.
The largest group yet of World War II veterans from western Montana will join the Big Sky Honor Flight to Washington, D.C., on Sept. 8.
MISSOULA — The grounds of Arlington National Cemetery were grassy hills free, for the most part, of the now-familiar rows of white crosses when Eleanor Weidman roamed the memorial as a young Navy WAVES recruit.
Eighty-four veterans from across the state will be boarding the fourth Big Sky Honor Flight to Washington, D.C., on Sunday morning.
11:40: Big Sky Honor Flight No. 3 has landed at Dulles International Airport. The veterans were greeted at Dulles with water cannons salute courtesy of the Washington, D.C. Fire Department. Veterans applauded the landing and tribute.
In the pre-dawn hours Sunday, 87 World War II veterans will gather at Billings Logan International Airport, bound for the nation’s capital where they can get some closure.
Five Billings-area organizations have stepped up with financial gifts for Big Sky Honor Flight and its efforts to salute Montana World War II veterans.
Participants on the second Big Sky Honor Flight are in store for two, jam-packed days of seeing some of the most moving and captivating sights in the nation's capital. The centerpiece of the tour will be the National World War II Memorial.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Tom Dragoo is dying.
Members of the Big Sky Honor Flight are in for a whirlwind, two-day tour of some of the most captivating sights in the nation’s capital in addition to the National World War II Memorial.
Some 540 West High youth are pounding the pavement to raise at least $1,000 to help send World War II veterans to Washington, D.C., to visit the National World War II memorial in June.
It's official: Six months after the Big Sky Honor Flight Program was launched in Montana, about 90 World War II veterans will make the inaugural flight to Washington, D.C. to visit "their" memorial.
Seven months after the nation's top veteran pledged to support making the Yellowstone County Veterans Cemetery in Laurel a National Veterans Cemetery, the special designation is closer than ever.