Veterans receive a heroes' welcome fo...

Veterans receive a heroes' welcome for Honor Flight's 19th mission

There are 1 comment on the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle story from Oct 9, 2011, titled Veterans receive a heroes' welcome for Honor Flight's 19th mission. In it, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reports that:

Ed Perrine, of Sweden, who served in the US Army from 1944-46, wipes away tears during the arrival of Honor Flight at the Greater Rochester airport in Rochester Sunday afternoon.

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#1 Oct 9, 2011
These are the real vets, that faught in a real war, that really defended our freedoms. They did their job and came home, and only got paid for the time they were in. Not like these fake vets that failed in their mission that wasn;t even defending our freedoms like in Nam or the middle east, and come home injured after a few weeks and lived off us the rest of their life.

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