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Honor Flight Wyoming

Last Honor Flight-Wyoming stirs WWII veterans' memories

Last Honor Flight-Wyoming stirs WWII veterans' memories

CASPER, Wyo. — Two months after troops stormed the beaches of Normandy, Richard Shober arrived on the shore. Old tanks, abandoned and battered, sat in the sand. Nearby, the tide returned bodies of men washed out to sea.

October 16, 2011 12:05 am Photos

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Female veteran joins final Honor Flight-Wyoming

CASPER, Wyo. — During World War II, Lillian Turner's older brother and sister joined the U.S. Coast Guard. Another brother joined the Army's 10th Mountain Division. Turner wasn't going to stay at home on the ranch in Colorado.

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Robert Scott, of Cody, takes in the World War II Memorial

Robert Scott, of Cody, takes in the World War II Memorial

Robert Scott, of Cody, takes in the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C., with guardian Jo Foster of Rock Springs. Scott’s jacket is the one he wore in WWII. The back was hand-painted with his nickname, “Scotty,” and images symbolizing his crew, including the plane they flew releasing b…

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Final Honor Flight-Wyoming set for Tuesday

Final Honor Flight-Wyoming set for Tuesday

LANDER, Wyo. — When Gus Fleischli got off the airplane in 2006, he noticed he stood a little taller. He walked a little straighter.

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Final Honor Flight Wyoming is next week

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The final Honor Flight Wyoming will take place next week.

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Honor Flight Wyoming receives $20,000

Honor Flight Wyoming receives $20,000

CHEYENNE, Wyo. - Honor Flight Wyoming has received a $20,000 donation from oil and gas industry operators to help send World War II veterans to Washington, D.C.

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WWII vets to travel to Washington

CHEYENNE — A nonprofit group is flying Wyoming World War II veterans to Washington free of charge to visit war memorials there.

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