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Second Veterans ‘Honor Flight’ from Little Rock Set for May 4
Arkansas Electric Cooperatives, Tyson Foods and Walmart Foundation sponsor trip
Little Rock, Ark. – April 16, 2013 – Nearly 120 World War II veterans and escorts will visit memorials dedicated in their honor during a trip to Washington, D.C., on Saturday, May 4, as part of the second official Honor Flight from Little Rock.
Thanks to major donations from Tyson Foods, Inc., the Walmart Foundation and the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas, a commercial jet has been chartered to fly the veterans free of charge from Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport in Little Rock, Ark., to Washington, D.C., and back. The group, which will include veterans as old as 94, will see the World War II Memorial as well as other military memorials during their day in the nation’s capital.
"We are truly honored to partner with Tyson Foods and Walmart to provide this experience for our state's World War II veterans," said Duane Highley, president and chief executive officer for Arkansas Electric Cooperatives, Inc., (AECI) and Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corporation (AECC). "The sacrifices they made as young men and women ensured the freedoms we have today. We are proud to play a part in helping them see firsthand the national memorial dedicated to their service."
Flight organizers encourage the public to be at the Little Rock National Airport terminal at 7:30 p.m., Saturday evening, to be part of a special return reception for the veterans. During the first Honor Flight from Little Rock, hundreds of supporters welcomed the
veterans from the “Greatest Generation” back home to Arkansas upon their return.