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An emotional journey

It has been an emotional ride as we recapped our Badger Honor Flight experience.

One veteran says he couldn't ask for a better finale to his life.

World War II from a woman's perspective

More than 65 years later, Inez McMillan loves to recall her days as an Army nurse.

This small-town Wisconsin girl served two years in England and France in World War II.

Badger Honor Flight: Arlington National Cemetery

A quiet moment among more than a hundred veterans that traveled to Washington D.C. over the weekend. More>>

WWII memorial a Badger Honor Flight favorite

On Saturday, more than 65 years after World War II ended, 101 Wisconsin veterans saw the memorial built in their honor for the first time. More>>

UW cadets visit veterans at VA Medical Center

UW ROTC students deliver cards and personally thank veterans at the VA Medical Center. More>>

Veterans Day Event at State Capitol

A concert by VFW Band 1318 precedes the program, with the colors presented by members of the Sons of the American Revolution Color Guard. More>>

UW students show their appreciation for our veterans

On the eve of Veterans Day, some R.O.T.C students at UW Madison are showing their appreciation for the soldiers who came before them.


Paper Wall serves as tribute to fallen soldiers

The exhibit is a collaboration of newspaper articles and obituaries from Wisconsin soldiers who were killed or missing in action during the Vietnam War. More>>

Badger Honor Flight "a humongous day"

"The trip of a lifetime" -- that's all anyone could say about Saturday's Badger Honor Flight.

It was a one-day trip to Washington, D.C., that allows World War II veterans the chance to see memorials built in their honor.

Local WWII veteran survived Bataan death march, headed to DC Saturday

On Saturday, 105 local World War II veterans will fly to Washington, D.C. for the Badger Honor Flight. More>>

Benefit held for Badger Honor Flight

Organizers of Badger Honor Flight hope to send more veterans to Washington, D.C. More>>

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