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We Salute Our Veterans

We salute the men and women who have defended our flag - and the freedom it represents.

We know that Freedom isn't Free.
 
Not even close.
 

VETERAN'S BENEFITS

Local Veteran's Service Officers are the very best resource to guide and assist veterans with their benefits questions.
 
Mr. Dave Woods
Scott County Veteran's Service Officer
600 West 4th Street
Davenport, IA 52801
Phone 563.326.8723
M-F 8 AM to 4:30 PM
 
 
 
Mr. Todd Harlow
Rock Island County Veteran's Service Officer
1504 Third Avenue (Basement)
Rock Island, IL 61201-8624
Phone 309.558.3545
M-F 8 AM to 4:30 PM
 
 

AREA MEDICAL CARE SERVICES FOR VETERANS

Quad City Veterans Outpatient Clinic
2979 Victoria Street
Bettendorf, Iowa 52722
563.332.8528
 
Veterans Affairs Medical Center
601 Hwy 6
Iowa City, Iowa
Phone From Illinois: 800.346.1843
Phone from Iowa: 319.338.0581
 

HONOR FLIGHT OF THE QUAD CITIES

Atlantic Theatre Pavilion

October 10, 2009 Honor Flight

Pacific Theatre Pavilion

October 10, 2009 Honor Flight

Washington Memorial

October 10, 2009 Honor Flight

QC Vets at WWII Memorial

October 10, 2009 Honor Flight

"Kilroy Was Here"

October 10, 2009 Honor Flight

Korean Conflict Memorial

October 10, 2009 Honor Flight

Air Force Memorial

October 10, 2009 Honor Flight

Iwo Jima Memorial

October 10, 2009 Honor Flight

QC Veteran William Mulvey Looking at Iwo Jima Memorial

October 10, 2009 Honor Flight

Uncommon Valor

October 10, 2009 Honor Flight

Vet Clutching Dog Tags at Iwo Jima Memorial

October 10, 2009 Honor Flight

Changing of the Guard I

October 10, 2009 Honor Flight

Changing of the Guard II

October 10, 2009 Honor Flight


The Honor Flight of the Quad Cities provides a free trip to our nation's capital for World War II veterans to see their long-overdue WW II Memorial.

 
This memorable day also includes stops at the Air Force Memorial, the Iwo Jima Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, the Korean Memorial and the Vietnam Memorial, as well as the unforgettable changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery.

 
For additional information about the Honor Flight, click here or contact Quad Cities Hub Director Bob Morrison at Ridgecrest Village at 563.391.4340.

 
There's a good reason they're called "The Greatest Generation". And there's a good reason that we should honor them. The Honor Flight honors all our WW II veterans and their service to God and Country.

 
Click Here for VETERAN Honor Flight Applications
 
Click Here for GUARDIAN Honor Flight Applications
 

We're proud of our veterans and our active duty military personnel. And we remember well those who - for generations - have paid the ultimate sacrifice defending our freedom.

I had the privilege to accompany the October 10, 2009 Honor Flight as a Guardian. Click Here if you'd like to read an article I wrote about this unforgettable experience.
 
It's an honor for us to to support the Honor Flight of the Quad Cities.
 
We Remember Well.
Weerts Funeral Home - 3625 Jersey Ridge Road, Davenport, Iowa 52807 tel. 563.355.4433