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Members of John Angleson’s family who live in the area joined him at the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. The group includes, from left, daughter Patricia Dwyer, grandson Robert Dwyer, son-in-law Robert Dwyer Sr., and son Rob Angleson. John Angleson and about 100 other veterans of the war made the Honor Flight to Washington on Oct. 5. (Submitted photo)

Hudson World War II veterans take honor flight to Washington, D.C.

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Two World War II vets and residents of Wintergreen Apartments in Hudson took the Honor Flight to Washington, D.C., Oct. 5, and enjoyed the trip even with some monuments closed because of the government shutdown.

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John Angleson, 93, and Roger Jewett, 94, weren’t barred from some of the scheduled monuments on the Mall. The World War II Memorial was opened to the veterans of the global conflict.

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