Ken Oberg, 90, is among the resident veterans honored in a hallway of plaques at Shawnee Hills Senior Living. Oberg has flown all over the world in his lifetime, including during World War II, but his travels have never taken him to Washington, D.C. That will change Thursday.
Ken Oberg, 90, is among the resident veterans honored in a hallway of plaques at Shawnee Hills Senior Living. Oberg has flown all over the world in his lifetime, including during World War II, but his travels have never taken him to Washington, D.C. That will change Thursday. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
Ken Oberg, 90, is among the resident veterans honored in a hallway of plaques at Shawnee Hills Senior Living. Oberg has flown all over the world in his lifetime, including during World War II, but his travels have never taken him to Washington, D.C. That will change Thursday. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

Honor flight program salutes veterans’ service

September 09, 2014 06:34 PM

UPDATED September 09, 2014 10:00 PM

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