Lone Star Honor Flight

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 On the 70th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor, Veterans from the Lone Star Honor Flight were received by Montgomery High School students, faculty and staff for a ceremonial departure of their final ‘flight’ to the Admiral Nimitz Museum – The Museum of the Pacific War in Fredericksburg, Texas.
Being invited to accompany Pearl Harbor and World War II Veterans from Montgomery County on this historical and memorable day was a great honor and one that I will never forget.  With my video camera on hand,  I was able to capture the entire day for the Veterans of the Lone Star Honor Flight.
This video is the 2nd Chapter of a 45 minute DVD Produced by ‘On Location Live’ that will soon be sold by the Lone Star Honor Flight.  100% of the proceeds will benefit their organization.  Purchase and contact information will soon be posted.

Lone Star Honor Flight
70th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor ~ December 7, 2011
Fredericksburg, Texas
Chapter 1        Monthly Meeting
                        (Brenda Beaven, Jack McClanahan, Dave Hughes, Bill Wilson, James Hoke, Larry Pizzino, Paul Langner, George Waters, Roy Hughes, Ike Hargraves and Lilija Grumulaities)
Chapter 2        Departure and Drive
                         (Principal of MHS Phil Eaton, JROTC Lt. Culbert, Bells Dance Team, Nancy Eargle, Grimes County Sheriff Don Sowell, Roselyn Staton, Frankie Page, George Waters, Jack Share and John Green)
Chapter 3        Ceremony at Fredericksburg, Texas
                          (Patriotic Prelude, Flyover and Missing Man Formation, Post Colors,  Placement of Wreaths, Rifle Salute, Echo Taps…)
Chapter 4        Interviews from the Veterans
                         (Veteran Rex King, Leopold Ortiz, Herald M. Brown, Herschel Thomas, John & Joan Sikes, Ike Hargraves, Jim F. Cooper, Pete Cuniff, Ed Farson, James Brown, Bill Hooton, Brice Herring,
                          Dianne Lane on behalf of her father Travis Mitchell, Jim Fitzgerald and Private J. Mercer).
Chapter 5        This-n-That
                         (random shots from throughout the day)
Chapter 6        Picture Scrapbook of all the Veterans
                         Photo’s courtesy of  Karie Hubnik with Front Echelon Photography
                         www.keeping-history-alive.com        281.798.3300

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2 Responses to “Lone Star Honor Flight”

  1. Excellent post, highly beneficial, thank you for sharing!

  2. Denise says:

    great job. I really enjoyed this video. Keep up the good work bringing insight to Montgomery County.