I Am Overly Excited That We Can Bring These Senior Military Women Trailblazers Together As Sisters Again, Said Narsete, An Air Force Veteran Who Spearheaded The Vision.

Army veteran Bette Horstman, 99, of Morton Grove, center, will be on the first all-female honor flight from Illinois to Washington, D.C. Here she receives a quilt from Rita Pennington, state coordinator of Quilts of Valor, which gave quilts to participants during a preflight celebration Sept. 26 at Judd Kendall VFW Post 3873 in Naperville. courtesy of Operation HerStory After a yearlong delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Illinois' first honor flight exclusively for female veterans will take off Wednesday for a daylong trip to Washington, D.C. A total of 93 female veterans ranging in age from 63 to 104 signed up to participate in the event, which will honor their service and for the first time include visits to the Military Women's Memorial and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. The itinerary also will feature customary visits to the Lincoln Memorial, the World War II Memorial, the Korean War Veterans Memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. The participating veterans all lived in Illinois when they served. They now hail from all over the Chicago area and the state, with some traveling from as far as California and Arkansas. The special flight, chartered by Southwest Airlines, was made possible by the enterprising work of the group Operation HerStory , co-chaired by Ginny Narsete of Lisle and Elisabeth Pennix of Chicago. The group partnered with Honor Flight Chicago , which handled the logistics, and another 19 or so groups. "I am overly excited that we can bring these senior military women trailblazers together as sisters again," said Narsete, an Air Force veteran who spearheaded the vision. Pennix, who serves in the Navy Reserve, said it's all about giving visibility to female veterans and highlighting their contributions.

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