Take a look back at some of the highlights and hear from veterans from Honor Flight Chicago's April 11, 2018 flight, the first of the season and first of the organization's second decade.
Don Arseneau waited four years to fly with Honor Flight Chicago. He was forced to cancel on three different occasions because of illness. He was finally ready to receive his day of honor when the unthinkable happened.
On April 11, 99 Chicago-area WWII and Korean War veterans will travel with Honor Flight Chicago to Washington, D.C., for a once-in-a-lifetime day of honor at their national war memorials. These heroic men and women will be the beneficiaries of a special partnership with Popeyes® Chicagoland Co-op.
Honor Flight Chicago CEO Mary Pettinato has a special message for everyone who helped the organization say thank you to America's senior war heroes over the past 10 years.
Thank you to everyone who came out and supported Honor Flight Chicago at the seventh annual Law Enforcement Hockey Classic.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen and America's Dog & Burger both partnered with Honor Flight Chicago to raise money and fly senior war veterans to Washington, D.C.
At Honor Flight Chicago, our mission is clear. We honor our [...]
Honor Flight Chicago CEO Mary Pettinato received a $25,000 check from [...]
Tomorrow marks our nation's 241st birthday. Fireworks. Barbecues. Parades. On this Fourth of July, I ask you to consider doing these four things:
The Korean War started 67 years ago today. It's known by many as the forgotten war, but we will never forget. On this day, we remember and honor all of our veterans who served during the Korean War.
Honor Flight Chicago, the largest hub within the Honor Flight Network, surpassed recognizing 7,000 veterans while flying the organization's 78th flight.
Ever since I helped start Honor Flight Chicago 10 years ago, I’ve [...]
It’s been 10 years since I had the conversation that changed [...]