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Arizona veteran James Byram Price, in his cavalry hat, is reflected in the black marble wall of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, where the names of 58,318 Americans who died in that war are etched.

30 Arizona veterans were in Washington last week as part of another Arizona Honor Flight, a charity that flies World War II, Vietnam and Korean War veterans to visit their respective memorials around the capital. Read more»

Phoenix resident Helen Coyte, 91, poses for a photo in front of the Korean War Memorial at the National Mall in Washingto, D.C. Coyte was in Washington with Honor Flight Arizona.

Like his three brothers and a brother-in-law, Sun City resident Carl Neuenfeldt served in World War II, but while they were in the Atlantic Theater he was in the Pacific. He thought of them Wednesday as he sat in the Pacific Theater pavilion at the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. "They never got a chance to see this (memorial)." Read more» 1