Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Homecoming: The Impact on Nebraska Veterans

What is the impact of a homecoming on a soldier?  It can produce lasting effects.  NET 1 in Nebraska will be presenting Homecoming: The Impact on Nebraska Veterans on November 10th, 14th and 17th.  It will air at 9 pm CT on the 10th and 14th and at 11 p.m. CT on the 17th.

NET News talks with veterans from different wars, military experts and a psychologist to examine the issue.  They also look at a second homecoming some sixty years in the making for Nebraska Korean War veterans.  The Heartland Honor Flight project gives those veterans an opportunity to visit the Korean War Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC.

Did you know that those "honor flights" were conceived by Nebraskans?  Bill and Evonne Williams worked on the idea around their kitchen table and over the past seven years, a series of trips has made veterans' dreams come true.

More information can be found at the NET web site.  Mark your calendars because you will not want to miss this presentation.

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