Guardians are essential to the success of the Honor Flight Program. Without these volunteers we would not be able to carry out the dreams of so many WWII and Korean War veterans, enabling them to see the memorials built in their honor.
Guardian training is required. A flexible schedule will be created so each guardian can make one of the several sessions. Specific information will be shared when training session are set.
From the moment the veterans are in our hands until we return them to their loved ones at the end of the day, guardians will be asked to treat these heroes as if they are family and ensure that every veteran has a safe, memorable, and rewarding experience.
Guardians are volunteers. Guardians pay $400 each for the privilege of escorting our American heroes.
Applications can be mailed or scanned and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any other questions about becoming a guardian, please contact us at (631)702-2423 or use the Email form on the Contact Page.
Applications can also be picked up in the Community Services Office, Southampton Town Hall, 116 Hampton Road in Southampton.
It is Honor Flight's privilege to fly our Veteran heroes to Washington, DC. Our highest priority is to the WWII veterans along with Korean Veterans and any veteran facing terminal illness.
Veterans fly free but must submit an application to get on our wait list. We call veterans to participate on a“first come first served” based on the application date.
Please encourage all WWII and Korean veterans to submit an application to get on the waiting list.
Applications can also be picked up in the Community Services Office, Southampton Town Hall, 116 Hampton Road in Southampton, or call (631) 702-2423 to have one mailed.