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FRANKLIN GROVE – Franklin Grove resident Bob Glessner, 88, went on Honor Flight last week – one of only a few World War II veterans who did.
For the past few years, Honor Flight of the Quad Cities, which is part of a national program, has taken veterans to Washington to visit the monuments built in their honor.
At first, the focus was on World War II veterans, nearly a thousand of whom die every day in the U.S. Honor Flight organizers wanted to make sure as many as possible took the free trip.
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