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William Shouler shakes hands on Sunday with Virginia Cub Scouts who were at Dulles Airport to greet the veterans arriving in Washington, D.C., as part of the Big Sky Honor Flight.
Frank Lane, of Bozeman, visits the Korean War Memorial on Sunday in Washing ton, D.C., as part of the Big Sky Honor Flight V delegation. Lane served during World War II as a nose gunner on a B-24.
Kathryn Zurbuchen, a WWII Navy veteran, stands in front of the Lincoln Memorial on Sunday. In 1945, Zurbuchen sat in Lincoln’s lap on a dare during a day off from World War II duties. The monument now sits much higher than it did then. Zurbuchen was one of four women veterans to take part in…
Dulles Airport: retired Navy veteran Tony Palm salutes during the playing of the National Anthem before the arrival of the Montanan World War II veterans.
LaVern Bitterman, seated, talks about serving as a Navy aviation machinist mate during World War II, as his son, Larry, listens. They were touring the Korean War Memorial.
10-year-old Andrew Gregorits, left, and 5-year-old Kayleigh Thompson sign a poster to celebrate the visiting Montana World War II veterans on Sunday in Washington.
Dulles Airport: members of Senators Baucus and Tester staff greet the veterans with the Montana Flag and posters.
Dulles Airport: Colin Klempner, Boy Scout Troop 680 of Alexandria, Virginia greets Delbert Malgren. Andrew Lee photographs the moment.
Dulles Airport: Boy Scout Andrew Lee, Troop 680 of Alexandria, Virgina, getting Alphonse Muggli.
Dulles Airport: (L to R) Kathleen, Meg and Harry Gardner, of Centerville, Virginia greeting the Montanan World War II veterans.
William Grabow and his son, Gary, visit the Vietnam Memorial Statue on Sunday.
Theo Nogaard, right, looks at a photograph taken by her daughter, Kathleen Grauman, on her cellphone as they visit the Mall in Washington, D.C.
Ray Bergman uses his cane to point out the name of Doyle D. Dunbar on the Vietnam Memorial so Susan Mateel, Bergman’s daughter, can take a photograph. Dunbar and Mateel graduated from Hamilton High School together in 1967. Dunbar was killed on April 15, 1969.
Retired Lt. Colonel Herb Tuttley, of Gainesville, Va., left, greets William McBride on Sunday at Dulles Airport.
Washington DC: (L to R) Theo Nogaard, WWII Navy veteran, Kathleen Grauman, Donald Grauman, WWII Army veteran, and David Grauman visiting the Lincoln Memorial.