To honor America's senior veterans with a trip to Washington D.C. to visit the nation's memorials.
To help them share their stories.
To celebrate and affirm their service and homecoming.
Honoring Our Senior Veterans
Honor Flight Columbus is a nonprofit organization dedicated to honoring America’s veterans from WWII through the Vietnam War with a trip to Washington DC to visit their service and war memorials. These trips are free of charge to any qualified veteran. We strive to help veterans share their stories with future generations, as well as celebrate their service to our country with a proper homecoming that many of them never received. With the conclusion of the 2021 flight season we have successfully flown 112 missions that totaled over 8,000 veterans. Our organization is funded entirely by donations from various businesses, foundations, school organizations, and other grateful Americans.
Honor Flight Columbus accepts applications from America’s senior Veterans: Currently, anyone who has served on active duty prior to May 7th, 1975 (the end of the Vietnam War). Veterans with guard/reserve service of over 20 years during that period are also eligible.
World War II, Korean War, Purple Heart and terminally ill Veterans receive priority and are booked on the first available flight.
Vietnam Veterans are placed on a waiting list and are booked in the order that we receive their applications.
Board of Directors & Staff
Board Members and Staff:
Jason Black, Chair
Dr. Lori Cronin, Vice Chair
Cindy Kanwar, Secretary
Brian Long, Treasurer
Bobbie Richards, Emeritus Director
Bill Richards, Emeritus Director
Director, Office Management & Guardian Operations
Director, Veteran Operations
Director, Volunteer Operations