WW2 and Korean War veterans visit Washington D.C. memorials with Honor Flight Philadelphia

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Founded in 2004, the Honor Flight Network is a nonprofit created with a mission to transport America's veterans to Washington D.C., to visit the national memorials there honoring their services. On Saturday, Honor Flight Philadelphia took 138 World War 2 and Korean War veterans. PHL17's Lauren Berman traveled with the vets to capture the experience and their story.

BY: Lauren Berman/PHL17 News

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