My American Photo Stories
What I see, what I like, what I experience, I will take a picture and I will share it with you, and I will tell you the story behind it...
I thought I was the only idiot who didn't know the name of the tunnel you have to walk through to get to the plane.
Guess what when I went to search to find out what it's called and one of the search results on Google was exactly that: "What do you call the tunnel you have to walk through to get on the airplane?"
I'm thinking about calling it airplane walkway. But according to Wikipedia it's called a Jet Bridge, a movable connector which most commonly extends from the airport to the plane.
There you have it... That thing is called a Jet Plane, no... a Jet Bridge.
Here is a photo of African-American World War II Veteran from an honor flight to Washington DC to visit the Memorials.
How lucky can you be to fly on the honor plane that just carried a whole bunch of World War II veterans to Washington DC?
Yes I do feel lucky actually These men for hard for what America is today kudos to all the World War II veterans out there.
This World War II veteran is probably the only one who looked straight at me when I was taking his picture
This World War II veteran is probably the only one who looked straight at me when I was taking his picture. He is shaking hands, keeps on walking and he is holding on to his posture.
It makes me wonder who is this man, besides being a World War II veteran.
Hey... Since we are on the internet here, if this is happens to be someone you know, tell me about him.
Who is he?
Look at the smile I in this World War II veteran's face as he exit the plane at Dulles International Airport on his way to Washington DC.
He is being greeted by so many proud Americans, flag in hand, cheering him and thinking him for his services.
You don't get to see this type of things very often. If you happen to be at the airport, at Washington Dulles airport at the moment the honor flight arrives, consider yourself lucky.
This is a better shot of what I was trying to explain to you before, people were lined up on both sides of the Gateway to greet World War II veterans who had arrived to Washington DC to visit the World War II memorials
Oops! That was a bad shot... LOL... But hell, I hate deleting my pictures. There's always a story to tell right?
This is definitely someone's grand father, and a war hero too. It's not like I asked them to stop and strike a pose.
But you can still make out the face thought, can't you?
Flags in their hands, Americans lineup at the airport to shake hands and praise these Old World War II veterans who came on a trip to Washington DC to visit those memorials dedicated to honor the service and sacrifices that made for their country.
I can still hear all the cheers every time I revisit these pictures.
What an inspiring moment it was to witness firsthand.
Look at this photo... A real live World War II veteran greeting passengers at Washington Dulles Airport after he arrived go to Washington DC to visit the memorials dedicated to his honor.
When the Honor Flight arrived transporting America's veterans to Washington DC to visit the memorials dedicated to their honor, airport staff asked passengers to line up at the exit of the plane to salute these veterans.
It was a really moving moment that I got a chance to witness once in my life.
It was really fun to witness this. When the Honor Flight arrived transporting America's veterans to Washington DC to visit the memorials dedicated to their honor, airport staff asked passengers to line up at the exit of the plane to salute these veterans. It was a really moving moment that I got a chance to witness once in my life.
These World War II veterans deserve all the honor they are receiving.