Honor Flight of the Appalachian Highlands

Help our Veterans visit Washington DC, at no cost to the Veteran to see the memorials that represent their willingness to fight to preserve America’s freedom.

Our Mission

The mission of Honor Flight is to transport America’s Veterans to Washington, D.C. to visit the memorials dedicated to honoring those who have served and sacrificed for our GREAT country.

Honor Flight is a national network of independent hubs working together to pay tribute to our nation’s veterans with an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C. via charter bus, a trip many of our veterans may not otherwise be able to take. Participation in an Honor Flight trip gives veterans the chance to share this moment with other veterans. Each veteran may bring one guardian to share in this experience. The guardians are asked to make a donation.

The Honor Flight of the Appalachian Highlands is currently accepting applications from all veterans, with priority given to veterans who served in World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. To make this possible, we need your support! Our goal is to ensure that no veteran ever has to pay. We will gladly accept your tax deductible donation. 

To participate in an Honor Flight, please complete the Veteran’s Application below.

Points Of Interest

World War II Memorial

The WWII memorial honors the 16 million who served in the armed forces of the United States, the more than 400,000 who died and all who supported the war effort from home.

Korean War Memorial

The Korean War memorial commemorates the sacrifices of the 5.8 million Americans who served in the United States armed forces during the three-year period of the Korean War.

Vietnam War Memorial

Near the Western end of the Mall, the memorial is a black granite V-shaped wall inscribed with the names of the approximately 58,000 men and women who were killed or missing in action.

Arlington National Cemetery

639 acres where the dead are buried from the Nation’s conflicts beginning with the Civil War.

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Historic monument dedicated to United States service members whose remains have not been identified.

The Lincoln Memorial

Honoring the 16th President of the United States.

The Pentagon Memorial

Memorial to the 184 people who died as victims in the building and on American Airlines Flight 77 during the September 11, 2001 attacks.

D-Day Memorial in Bedford, VA

On June 6, 1944 United States soldiers, in one of the most pivotal battles of World War II, invaded the French coastline in order to propel German soldiers out of Western Europe.  In honor of those who died that day, fighting in one of the most significant battles in our Nation’s history.