Local brothers depart for Washington D.C. on honor flight

Honor Flight leaves Hopkins Airport for Washington with four veteran brothers

In another nod to veterans, an honor flight left Cleveland Hopkins Airport for Washington D.C. on Friday, and among the veterans were the four Glinsky brothers, who all served our country.

Eighty-three-year-old Edwin was drafted into the Army in 1956 and stationed in Germany, 77-year-old Gerald joined the Army in '59 and was in Korea, and 74-year-old Raymond did a tour in Vietnam and received both the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star.

Oldest brother Paul also served in the Army in Germany during the Cold War.

WKYC's Monica Robins reported on the four brave brothers earlier this week.

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