Honor Flight Veteran Hopes He Can Make It Home
June 5, 2011, 5:31 PM
Veterans on South Dakota's final honor flight have returned from seeing the World War II memorial in Washington D.C.
Here's a look at their homecoming in Sioux Falls last night. One of the vets is hoping he'll have a home to come back to soon. He lives in an assisted living center in Pierre that could see high water by Tuesday.
“It could come up to the front door,” Bill Brumbaugh of Pierre said. “We don't know yet. But I hope it doesn't come that high because I want to come home.”
He's staying with his kids for now and says water problems back home didn't take away from the experience of his Honor Flight trip.
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