KWVA Revisit Program

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Honor Flight (WWII) | KWVA Revisit Program (Korea) | Tour of Peace (Vietnam)

Korean War Veterans & family members,

Since 1975 the KVA, (Korea Veterans Association – Seoul) has hosted Korean War Veterans and their families by providing Free Hotel accommodations, bus tours of Seoul, Inchon and the DMZ, and all meals in Korea. The Land of Morning Calm remembers and sincerely appreciates all veterans who fought and sacrificed in securing freedom and democracy for the Republic of Korea. After selling out all three revisits in 2011, the Korean government is continuing to discount the veterans & family members/companion airfare for the 60th Anniversaries in 2013.

There will be major ceremonies throughout 2013 commemorating the important battles and campaigns of 1952. Demand was great in 2010, 2011 & 2012 with 10 sold out Revisits for 1000+ participants! Consequently, if you have NOT sent in your registrations, with deposit, you must do so ASAP to be considered for 2013. “First come, First served”, is the KWVA policy and there will be no deviations. All the registration information can be found on the KWVA web site, www.kwva.org or at www.miltours.com. It can also be found in the official KWVA publication “The Graybeards”. After checking these sites, and if you have additional questions, please call 800-722-9501 or 703-590-1295. You can also Email to the Revisit Coordinator at mhtours@miltours.com, to request a brochure or Click here to see the 2013 Brochure (PDF File).

The eligibility remains the same, and can be seen on the above web sites.

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