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Valley Veterans Heading To WWII Memorial In D.C.

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WASHINGTON (KMPH) - A group of more than 70 World War II veterans from the Valley are on their way to Washington D.C.

The Central Valley Honor Flight is treating the vets to 3-days of sight seeing and tributes in our nations capital.

This year, KMPH FOX 26 News reporter, Erik Rosales, is following their journey from start to finish.

Over the next few days, Erik will be reporting on what these Valley vets experience in D.C., including their visit to the World War II Memorial.

Watch the KMPH FOX 26 10 O'clock News to see Erik's reports.

Click here to learn more about the Central Valley Honor Flight.


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