Earl Morse, left, with the Honor Flight organization , gives a tour of World War II Memorial to veterans, from right to left, Jim Rosendahl, Bob Taylor, Kenneth Clark and Gerald Palmer in Washington, Saturday, Nov. 3, 2007. Honor Flight is an organization that brings WWII veterans from Minnesota, South and North Dakota to the WWII Memorial.
Earl Morse, founder and president of Honor Flight, sits in one of the Wright-Patterson Aero Club's planes at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Monday, Nov. 7, 2005 in Dayton, Ohio. Morse and several other pilots fly World War II veterans from Ohio to Washington D.C.,to view the World War II Memorial built to honor their sacrifices.
Retired Air Force Captain Earl Morse, center, and organizer of Honor Flights, introduces sculptor Ray Kaskey, left, to World War II veterans arriving at the WWII Memorial, Saturday, Sept. 8, 2007 in Washington. Honor Flights is a non-profit organization that flies WWII veterans for free to Washington to visit the WWII Memorial. Kaskey did the Memorial relief sculptures.
Earl Morse, right, founder and president of Honor Flight, and Ron Smith, manager of the Wright-Patterson Aero Club, hold a photo of the World War II Memorial, Monday, Nov. 7, 2005 in Dayton, Ohio. Morse, Smith, and several other pilots fly World War II veterans from Ohio to Washington D.C. area to view the World War II Memorial built to honor their sacrificies.