Seventeen veterans and two guardians from The Vietnam Veterans of America Michael D. Armstrong Chapter 1126 in Wapakoneta took part Saturday in a Dayton Honor Flight to Washington D.C. They are first row, from left: Dennis Bailey, Al Elsass, Kenneth Kohlrieser, Jerry Steinke, Larry McLean, Richard Schneider, Jim Stinebaugh, Dan Metzger and Richard Metz. Back row: Ace Ambos, Eric Elsass (Guardian), Greg Metzger ( Guardain), Roger Craft, Jim Fast, Mike Borges, Doug Slattery, John Schwarck and Leslie Kubinski. The veterans were transported to and from the airport by a van from Wapakoneta Ford. “It was an outstanding and emotional trip for all of us. We would recommend this trip to any veteran. It would be something you will never forget,” said chapter secretary Ace Ambos. If interested in scheduling a trip for next year contact Ambos at 419-954-0117.

Seventeen veterans and two guardians from The Vietnam Veterans of America Michael D. Armstrong Chapter 1126 in Wapakoneta took part Saturday in a Dayton Honor Flight to Washington D.C. They are first row, from left: Dennis Bailey, Al Elsass, Kenneth Kohlrieser, Jerry Steinke, Larry McLean, Richard Schneider, Jim Stinebaugh, Dan Metzger and Richard Metz. Back row: Ace Ambos, Eric Elsass (Guardian), Greg Metzger ( Guardain), Roger Craft, Jim Fast, Mike Borges, Doug Slattery, John Schwarck and Leslie Kubinski. The veterans were transported to and from the airport by a van from Wapakoneta Ford. “It was an outstanding and emotional trip for all of us. We would recommend this trip to any veteran. It would be something you will never forget,” said chapter secretary Ace Ambos. If interested in scheduling a trip for next year contact Ambos at 419-954-0117.


Seventeen veterans and two guardians from The Vietnam Veterans of America Michael D. Armstrong Chapter 1126 in Wapakoneta took part Saturday in a Dayton Honor Flight to Washington D.C. They are first row, from left: Dennis Bailey, Al Elsass, Kenneth Kohlrieser, Jerry Steinke, Larry McLean, Richard Schneider, Jim Stinebaugh, Dan Metzger and Richard Metz. Back row: Ace Ambos, Eric Elsass (Guardian), Greg Metzger ( Guardain), Roger Craft, Jim Fast, Mike Borges, Doug Slattery, John Schwarck and Leslie Kubinski. The veterans were transported to and from the airport by a van from Wapakoneta Ford. “It was an outstanding and emotional trip for all of us. We would recommend this trip to any veteran. It would be something you will never forget,” said chapter secretary Ace Ambos. If interested in scheduling a trip for next year contact Ambos at 419-954-0117.

Seventeen veterans and two guardians from The Vietnam Veterans of America Michael D. Armstrong Chapter 1126 in Wapakoneta took part Saturday in a Dayton Honor Flight to Washington D.C. They are first row, from left: Dennis Bailey, Al Elsass, Kenneth Kohlrieser, Jerry Steinke, Larry McLean, Richard Schneider, Jim Stinebaugh, Dan Metzger and Richard Metz. Back row: Ace Ambos, Eric Elsass (Guardian), Greg Metzger ( Guardain), Roger Craft, Jim Fast, Mike Borges, Doug Slattery, John Schwarck and Leslie Kubinski. The veterans were transported to and from the airport by a van from Wapakoneta Ford. “It was an outstanding and emotional trip for all of us. We would recommend this trip to any veteran. It would be something you will never forget,” said chapter secretary Ace Ambos. If interested in scheduling a trip for next year contact Ambos at 419-954-0117.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/09/web1_ReaderPhoto910.jpgSeventeen veterans and two guardians from The Vietnam Veterans of America Michael D. Armstrong Chapter 1126 in Wapakoneta took part Saturday in a Dayton Honor Flight to Washington D.C. They are first row, from left: Dennis Bailey, Al Elsass, Kenneth Kohlrieser, Jerry Steinke, Larry McLean, Richard Schneider, Jim Stinebaugh, Dan Metzger and Richard Metz. Back row: Ace Ambos, Eric Elsass (Guardian), Greg Metzger ( Guardain), Roger Craft, Jim Fast, Mike Borges, Doug Slattery, John Schwarck and Leslie Kubinski. The veterans were transported to and from the airport by a van from Wapakoneta Ford. “It was an outstanding and emotional trip for all of us. We would recommend this trip to any veteran. It would be something you will never forget,” said chapter secretary Ace Ambos. If interested in scheduling a trip for next year contact Ambos at 419-954-0117.

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