In The Press

On this page are a few examples of Press featuring Best Defense Foundation Programs

For media inquiries please email Amanda Thompson at amanda@bdf.org

Those Who Serve: History comes to life at Dysart High School

KPNX News 12

Remembering D-Day 78 years later

NBC Nightly News

78 years ago today, the Allies stormed Omaha Beach in Normandy on D-Day.

NBC News Now

Best Defense Foundation and Delta Air Lines partner to bring WWII Veterans back to Normandy for the 78th Anniversary

Best Defense Foundation

American Airlines partnered with the Best Defense Foundation to send 63 World War II veterans to Hawaii in honor of their sacrifice and service

American Airlines Newsroom

‘The memories stay with you’: North Texas WWII vets travel to Pearl Harbor to mark 80th anniversary

The Dallas Morning News

WWII Veterans, Nation Mark 80th Anniversary Of Pearl Harbor Attack

FLYING MAG

Best Defense Foundation Takes Over 60 WWII Vets Back to Pearl Harbor for 80th Anniversary

Breitbart

World War II Veterans Fly From DFW to Hawaii for Pearl Harbor Anniversary

KXAS (NBC)

WWII veterans leave DFW to mark 80 years since Pearl Harbor attack

KDFW (Fox)

63 World War II veterans head to Pearl Harbor for the 80th anniversary

WFAA (ABC)

American Airlines flying WWII veterans to Honolulu for 80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor

KRLD News Radio 1080

Pearl Harbor 80th – Welcome Video

KTVT

Local World War II veteran recalls attack on Pearl Harbor 80 years later, now 100 years old

BREITBART

Sig Sauer Builds Pearl Harbor 1911s, Donates Proceeds to Veterans Charity

BREITBART

Pearl Harbor survivors gather to remember those lost

PBS

North Texas brothers reflect on serving at 15 years old following Pearl Harbor

Spectrum News 1

Pearl Harbor survivors and veterans attend events commemorating 80th anniversary of attacks

Star Advertiser

San Diego WWII veterans at Pearl Harbor to commemorate 80th anniversary of attack

CBS8 News

Pearl Harbor survivors gather for 80th anniversary of attack

TODAY SHOW

Instagram Is Loving Robert Irvine’s Salute To Pearl Harbor Veterans

Mashed

101-year-old returns to Pearl Harbor to remember those lost

The Journal Record