Earlier this month, News 8 followed along with Freedom
Honor Flight as United States veterans got the trip
of a lifetime.
In this week's News 8 Eyepiece, photographer Greg
White takes a look at the experience for these honored
Excited about a day at D.C.
with my dad and I've never been there before.
So this is going to be a very special moment for me
in my life that I'll never forget.
Mr Brown, you and youre baby went to to town.
She had you worried...
When you're seeing all this, it kind of makes you
think twice about what happened.
Well I'm just glad that I came and been able to see
Ladies and gentlemen, may I have your attention please.
I am Staff Sergeant ??Pinset??, Third infantry regement,
United States Army.
sergeant of the guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
The ceremony you are about to witness is the changing
of the guard.
It's hard to explain, it's very hard to explain.
It's once in a life time, you know that?
If it's like any other flight, that hangar sp? will
be jampacked, more than what was there this morning
and when they come off that plane they're going to
look at that, there's going to be a band.
And they're going to be over whelmed by it.
The trip had 22 World War II veterans, 67 Korean War
veterans and two Vietnam War veterans.