Sen. Marshall Visits With Kansas Honor Flight Veterans at WWII Memorial
(Washington, D.C., October 7, 2021) – Today, U.S. Senator Roger Marshall, M.D. joined dozens of Kansas veterans at the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. The veterans are in town as part of the Kansas Honor Flight Organization, which brings veterans to our nation’s capital – at no cost to them – to visit the memorials dedicated to honoring their service. You may click HERE or on the image below for a recap video of the Senator’s visit with the Honor Flight veterans. Following the visit, Senator Marshall issued this statement:
“As a veteran myself, one of my favorite things to do in D.C. is to greet Kansas veterans coming here on the Honor Flight and to listen to their stories. It is their stories that serve as valuable reminders of the heroism, service, and sacrifice that exemplify and highlight what it means to be an American. Thank you to each of the veterans who were in attendance today, and to all who have served our country, for your bravery and honor defending our nation. And, thank you to all of the people that take their time and money to make this visit possible for all of our great veterans,” said Senator Marshall.
You may click HERE or on the image below to view and download photos of Senator Marshall’s Visit.
Senator Marshall was in the U.S. Army Reserve from 1984 to 1991, rising to the rank of Captain. As a veteran, physician, and policymaker, Senator Marshall has actively worked to improve the lives of veterans in Kansas and across the nation. Last month, Senator Marshall penned an op-ed in the Manhattan Mercury highlighting the invaluable service of veterans and servicemembers who deployed to Afghanistan. In addition, legislation backed by Senator Marshall was signed into law that will enable the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to create a pilot program to hire veterans to train service dogs while simultaneously improving their mental health issues like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). To learn more on Senator Marshall’s efforts helping veterans, you may click HERE.