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80 fly to D.C. on last Honor Flight

Posted: May 4, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Paul Bonner (left) chats with Jerry Davis as they wait with Fred Pflederer (right) and other Arkansas veterans for group photos Saturday at the World War II Memorial in Washington.

More than 80 elderly Arkansas veterans who served in one of history’s deadliest global conflicts visited the National World War II Memorial on Saturday. They are the last large group of Arkansans scheduled for Honor Flights to see the monument.

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