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2024 Old Glory Honor Flight D.C. Mission dates are April 17, May 22, July 26, September 11 and October 23. 

Mail Call is a special surprise for all our veterans who fly on an Old Glory Honor Flight mission! Mail Call is made up of cards and letters from family, friends, and neighbors expressing their appreciation and thanks to our veterans and it's a nostalgic throwback to when the veteran was deployed many decades ago. 

For each vet traveling on an Old Glory Honor Flight mission, we will reach out to one of the vets' family members to help us coordinate this meaningful project. The family member will be asked to assist in gathering mail from family, friends, VFW members, civic groups, neighbors, church friends, or anyone else who'd like to partake by sending a card, letter or picture for their veteran. Mail should be sent in one large envelope containing all of the mail to the address listed below.
Mail Call is due two weeks prior to the mission. Please include no other items other than flat cards or letters; other items will not be included in the vets' Mail Call and will need to be picked up post flight. 

Please send or drop off Mail Call mail in ONE LARGE ENVELOPE to:

Old Glory Honor Flight Mail Call
C/O "Veteran's Full Name" (not Dad, Mom or Grandpa, etc.)
4650 W. Spencer St. Suite 1
Appleton, WI 54914

Mail can be dropped from 8:00am-noon or 1:00pm-4:00pm Monday through Friday. We are closed weekends, nights and holidays. Questions regarding Mail Call? Email us at
Don't have a veteran on the flight, but still want to participate in Mail Call?
Write letters, make cards or submit artwork to our honored male and female veterans from all branches of service. We get a lot of 'generic' mail so take the time to write and create something meaningful; we believe quality over quantity is best. Please do not seal or date the mail, send it in at least two weeks prior to our flight(s) and please limit to 50 pieces to give everyone a chance to partipcate. If you have children in school, have them start a class project to write letters, draw pictures or collect donations. Remind our children that freedom isn't free and these are the heroes who gave up their freedom so that we may enjoy ours.