In The News

Media reports highlighting Honor Flight Savannah's people and programs.

WTOC News - 5/20/2011

WTOC's news coverage of the departure of our May 20, 2011 trip to Washington, D.C.

WSAV News - 5/20/2011

WSAV news coverage of the departure for our May 20, 2011 trip to Washington, D.C.

Bill Cathcart Editorial

WTOC-TV's General Manager, Bill Cathcart shares his views on the importance of our work.

Mid-Morning Live (WTOC)

Col. Edward Wexler and Anita Clay interviewed on WTOC's Mid-Morning Live on March 28, 2011.

Veteran To Take Trip of Remembrance

The Brunswick News
October 25, 2010.

By:  Lindsey Adkison

Meeting a World War II serviceman is like discovering a rare coin or a first edition copy of a Faulkner novel.  It's an overwhelming privilege because, as the phrase goes, "they just don't make 'em like that anymore."

This is certainly true of Edward Broker.  He belongs to that special generation of Americans, who gave all they had and expected nothing in return.

Read more: Veteran To Take Trip of Remembrance

Checking In With Anita Clay

The Savannah Morning News
November 6, 2010

By Chuck Mobley
Name: Anita Clay
Age: 88

Hometown: She was born in Rotterdam, Holland, where her father worked in the cotton business, and moved to Savannah with her family when she was 5 years old.

Children: Son Stuart Clay, a retired Delta pilot; son Henry Clay, a missionary; and daughter Margaret Clay, an author and tutor.

Education: A graduate of the Pape School (now Savannah Country Day), she had just earned a degree in music at Sweet Briar College in Virginia when she joined the Army in 1944.

Read more: Checking In With Anita Clay