This photo taken May 13, 2014 shows Medically retired Marine Lance Cpl. Kyle Carpenter speaking to media at the Pentagon. Carpenter is taking time at the end of his second year of college to escort a group of elderly military veterans to Washington. The now-retired Marine says he wants to show his appreciation for their service by accompanying them on Wednesday’s Honor Flight to view the nation’s military memorials.
This photo taken May 13, 2014 shows Medically retired Marine Lance Cpl. Kyle Carpenter speaking to media at the Pentagon. Carpenter is taking time at the end of his second year of college to escort a group of elderly military veterans to Washington. The now-retired Marine says he wants to show his appreciation for their service by accompanying them on Wednesday’s Honor Flight to view the nation’s military memorials. Carolyn Kaster Associated Press
This photo taken May 13, 2014 shows Medically retired Marine Lance Cpl. Kyle Carpenter speaking to media at the Pentagon. Carpenter is taking time at the end of his second year of college to escort a group of elderly military veterans to Washington. The now-retired Marine says he wants to show his appreciation for their service by accompanying them on Wednesday’s Honor Flight to view the nation’s military memorials. Carolyn Kaster Associated Press

S.C. Medal of Honor recipient escorting World War II veterans to D.C.

May 11, 2015 09:25 PM

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