Hemet Village residents honored for their military service in Honor Flight to Washington D.C.

Three military veterans residing at Hemet Village retirement home were recently flown to Washington by the Honor Flight Network San Diego to thank them for their faithful service to the nation.The veterans are Russell Jacobs, Marv Nottingham and Mark Renaud who served in World War II and the Korean War.Each year, the Honor Flight Network selects a number of veterans from World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War to board flights to Washington where they visit the Arlington National Cemetery, military monuments and museums and are given special recognition. The visits are free to the veterans.Russell said his experience was a roller coaster of emotions and shared a little of it on his return.
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