Flights of Honor Exhibit in Brule, NE
Brule, Nebraska is hosting a traveling display recognizing Nebraska veterans Oct. 1-4 at the Brule Community Center.
The display contains photographs and video documenting 13 Flights of Honor that were carried out over the past 11 years, honoring 3,500 Nebraska veterans. The flights were offered to veterans and their families to reminisce and to educate others. There were seven flights for WWII veterans, two for Korean War veterans, two for Vietnam veterans, one all-female flight and one for Purple Heart recipients.
The display was created by Patriotic Productions, an Omaha-based nonprofit focused on honoring the U.S. military.
The exhibit is free to the public through the sponsorship of the Brule Villagers Club, Brule Activity Center, VFW, Brule Fire Department, Brule Community Improvement Group, American Legion, DAV, Keith County Chamber, and the Keith County Visitors Committee.