Augustine Cisneros built a monument in his front yard in Kansas City to honor five Kansas City “Westside Boys” who took training with him in World War II and were killed. Cisneros was persuaded to apply for honor flight by his youngest daughter, who will accompany him Thursday.
Augustine Cisneros built a monument in his front yard in Kansas City to honor five Kansas City “Westside Boys” who took training with him in World War II and were killed. Cisneros was persuaded to apply for honor flight by his youngest daughter, who will accompany him Thursday. SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star
Augustine Cisneros built a monument in his front yard in Kansas City to honor five Kansas City “Westside Boys” who took training with him in World War II and were killed. Cisneros was persuaded to apply for honor flight by his youngest daughter, who will accompany him Thursday. SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star

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