World War II veterans

(AP Photo / Julie Jacobson)

14-Year-Old Suburban Girl Interviewing World War II Vets To Keep Their Stories Alive

A 14-year old suburban girl is on a mission to make sure the stories of World War Two veterans aren’t lost when they die, reports WBBM’s Cisco Cotto.

09/24/2014

A group of 89 veterans visits the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C., as part of a trip organized by the Honor Flight network. (Credit: CBS)

World War II Vets Make Emotional Journey To Memorial

89 World War II veterans from Chicago just got to make an unforgettable journey, travelling to their memorial in Washington.

07/15/2014

Photo Of WWII Memorial Shield Engraved On The Ceremonial Entrance. (Richard Latoff/wwiimemorial.com Photo)

Time Running Out For Elderly Vets To See WWII Memorial

A group that honors World War II veterans with free flights to Washington D.C. has a long waiting list of elderly veterans who are getting older every day.

WBBM Newsradio–11/11/2010