Honor flight

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World War II veteran Vera Siebenaller of Lima gives an autograph to Alexis Santa Fe of Inverness, Florida, during her visit to Washington, D.C., Tuesday as part of the Flag City Honor Flight. More than 70 veterans made the trip, which is the fourth for the Findlay-based branch of the National Honor Flight Network. The group included 31 World War II veterans, 45 Korean War veterans and one Vietnam War veteran, plus their guardians. The veterans visited the World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War memorials and watched the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. The trip is free for veterans. (Photo by Will Miller)

World War II veteran Vera Siebenaller of Lima gives an autograph to Alexis Santa Fe of Inverness, Florida, during her visit to Washington, D.C., Tuesday as part of the Flag City Honor Flight. More than 70 veterans made the trip, which is the fourth for the Findlay-based branch of the National Honor Flight Network. The group included 31 World War II veterans, 45 Korean War veterans and one Vietnam War veteran, plus their guardians. The veterans visited the World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War memorials and watched the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. The trip is free for veterans. (Photo by Will Miller)

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