Senior citizens soar over Tupelo in World War II-era plane
Happening now... a group of fly seniors are getting a chance to soar the skies... (pause for nat pop 1 sec) "it was the ride of my life" six traceway retirement home residents and veterans are getting their chance to fly in a 1942 boeing stearman... and first up to board the biplane was 90 year old jack price... ageless aviation dreams foundation and methodist senior services put togetherthis once and a lifetime opportunity... and they say it's something they do to show their appreciation for those who have given their lives for our freedom... "this is just one way that i can give back to our veterans and just be able to say thank you, thank you so much for what you have done.
What you have done for my freedom.
I just can't say thank you enough."
Flights will be taking place until 3 this afternoon... the