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Updated: 04/19/2017 08:30:02AM

Trip to WWII Memorial ‘significant’

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Upon his return from Washington, D.C., Richard "Dick" Glasgow, who was among the 72 veterans who participated in the April 6 Flight To Honor --- Polk Veterans trip, is greeted at Lakeland Linder Airport by the Bomber Girls. The trip coincided with the annual Sun 'n' Fun event.

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Richard "Dick" Glasgow (foreground), of Babson Park, engages in conversation with a fellow passenger on the Flight To Honor --- Polk Veterans return trip from Washington, D.C.

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Babson Park resident Richard "Dick" Glasgow, who served in the U.S. Navy during World War Two in the Pacific, was among 72 veterans who participated April 6 on the most recent Flight To Honor --- Polk Veterans. Among the sites visited was the World War Two Memorial.

By STEVE STEINER

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April 6 was a memorable day for the 72 veterans and their guardians as they took off from Lakeland Linder Airport for Washington, D.C. They were participating in the fourth Flight to Honor — Polk Veterans.

As part of the flight, once arriving in the nation’s capital, the veterans and guardians visited the World War II Memorial. Then, in a change of plans because of inclement weather, went to the aviation section of the Smithsonian Institute. When the weather improved, the original itinerary was returned and visits were made to the Korean War and Vietnam memorials.

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