Wednesday, May 22, 2013


FREE HONOR FLIGHT MOVIE SCREENINGS! Honor Flight is a non-profit organization which brings WWII and Korean War veterans from all over the country to Washington, D.C. to see their memorial at no cost to the veteran.

A documentary about Honor Flight was recently produced/released and it is a moving and inspiring movie! Through the efforts of the Pax River CPOA and Free Think Media, we are able to offer two screenings to the local community free of charge! While admission is free, seating is limited to the size of each venue - 350 seats on June 6th at the Center Stage Theater on board NAS Patuxent River and 200 seats on June 8th at American Legion Post #274 in Lusby. Please use the links below to reserve your seats - a portion of seats at each venue are set aside for veterans (any veterans); however, if there are no veterans' seats available when they make their reservation they are certainly welcome to use the general admission tickets. If you know of a WWII or Korean War veteran who will be attending, please ask them contact ATC Marc Scott directly at so they may be identified and given the acknowledgement they have earned. If for any reason you are unable to reach me, you may contact AZC Apryl Nanney at for assistance. Please spread the word by sharing this information with as many people in the local area as you can. We are very hopeful for a large turnout at each venue and we hope to see you there!

June 6th, 0930, Center Stage Theater:

June 8th, 1600, American Legion Post #274 - Lusby: