Honoring our Nation’s War Veterans
Honor Flight of Southern New Mexico and El Paso transports America's World War II, Korean and Vietnam War Veterans to Washington DC to visit the memorials built to honor and remember those who served. This trip of a lifetime provides closure, healing and the welcome home these heroes deserve. Every Veteran is taken on the flight at no cost to themselves.
Mission 14 Coming soon
Mission 14 - pOStPONED
We are disappointed to have to inform everyone that we have been directed by the Honor Flight Network to POSTPONE our upcoming Flight scheduled April 30 - May 2. This is an unprecedented and challenging time because of the uncertainties and risks associated with COVID-19. There is particular concern about the susceptibility of our elderly veterans to infectious diseases. Many veterans who make Honor Flight trips have serious, chronic medical conditions like heart disease, diabetes, COPD or lung disease that leave them even more vulnerable to COVID-19. While we realize that many Veterans feel a sense of urgency to make a trip to their memorials before it is too late to do so, we must keep the health and safety of our Veterans as our top concern. The Honor Flight Board of Directors will be meeting soon to plan for rescheduling of Mission 14. We'll let everyone know more when we have additional information.
Mission 13 success! Check out the video of our flight below!
Honor Flight of Southern New Mexico is always planning for the next mission and we accept applications year-round from both veterans and guardians.